Swedish researchers believe that a fertility app works as effectively as the pill as a form of contraception – and without the side effects
Before you become low-fat obsessed, have you ever considered that it actually might not be the best option?
As the number of obese South African children rises, so do statistics on children being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes
Adopting a vegan lifestyle is about more than just switching up your diet. Here’s why an increasing number of women are choosing plant-based nutrition
On Monday, hip-hop artist Jabulani Ntsambo, best known as HHP, was mocked by some people for revealing that he attempted to commit suicide. We investigate why the black community still takes depression so lightly
Obesity is on the increase and new research published by The Lancet medical journal shows that every one in eight adults in the world is obese
There are everyday triggers that contribute to our anxiety and stress. We chat to the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) to find out more
Fancy yourself a fitness fanatic? We’ve picked five of the best trainers and running shoes that will giving you extra comfort while you’re burning those calories. How’s that for stylish fitspiration?
If your regular afternoon naps are longer than an hour, you could be significantly increasing your risk of developing diabetes
With the assistance of a Swiss NGO, the Department of Health has convinced a drug company to relax its patent on an important ARV drug
An HIV preventative drug, which was approved in the country last year, gives hope to women who want to have children with their HIV-positive partners
Experts on Alzheimer’s are arguing that there’s a causal link between some sexually transmitted diseases, including the herpes virus, and dementia
Independent researchers, advocate Anthony Brink and Chris Rawlins, have come out in support of former President Thabo Mbeki’s views on HIV/Aids
Although every HIV-positive person should have access to antiretroviral drugs, this is not the reality in Africa because most countries cannot afford it, a study has found