Diabetes
May 3, 2019

How to catch diabetes before it’s too late

Diabetes is one of the most common chronic conditions in the world. It occurs when your body struggles to process glucose properly, causing high blood glucose (also called high blood sugar or hyperglycaemia). Left untreated, this can seriously damage...
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Love & Relationship
May 3, 2019

How a six-second kiss can affect your relationship

Did you know that kissing has loads of mental and physical benefits? Science shows that kissing triggers your brain to release feel-good chemicals by igniting the pleasure centres of the brain.
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Pregnancy
May 3, 2019

Foetal alcohol syndrome 101

You’re pregnant and your doctor has advised you steer clear of alcohol. But it can’t be such a big deal, right? Surely the odd glass of wine won’t do much damage? Wrong.
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Eye Health
May 2, 2019

Is your eyesight failing? Here’s what to do about it

Ageing is a common cause of deteriorating eyesight, but there may be other reasons why you’re struggling to read.
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Child DevelopmentParenting
May 2, 2019

Does your child have autism?

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a group of developmental conditions that affect communication and behaviour. It’s called a “developmental condition” because signs show up in the first two years of life.The symptoms usually include...
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DepressionMental & Emotional Health
May 2, 2019

Stop the downward spiral back into depression

After going through the difficult process of recovering from depression, it can be worrying to suspect your symptoms are creeping in again. Feeling down and out (sometimes) is a normal part of life. But if you have ongoing feelings like this, for longer than two weeks, to the extent that it affects your work or social life, you may be at risk for a relapse.
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General knowledge
May 2, 2019

What is albinism?

Thando Hopa is a South African model, lawyer, poet - and she has albinism. But she doesn’t let the condition define her. Instead, she lives a normal healthy life.Her condition is caused by an absence of melanin in the body. Melanin is a pigment that gives hair, skin and eyes their colour. Without melanin,  skin and hair are white and vision is impaired...
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Healthy LifestyleWork
May 2, 2019

5 things to make your workplace better for the disabled

An inclusive workplace means equality, non-discrimination, fairness, respect and dignity. This should be a standardised part of any organisation’s every-day goals and behaviour.Every workplace environment should have a welcoming culture where everyone feels valued.
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Recipes
May 2, 2019

3 recipes you can cook once, and eat all week

Making a healthy homemade meal may be the last thing you want to do after a long and tiresome day on campus. Here are time-saving meal recipes you can cook once and indulge in throughout the week.
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Recipes
April 8, 2019

3 tasty low-carb snacks for work

Following a strict diet means you have to say no to your usual guilty pleasures. Worse, you can’t snack mindlessly at work when you need a pick-me-up. It can be hard to make the necessary changes for your health, but you’ll be happy to know you can still enjoy a treat.
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