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Back to school: Keep your kids healthy during term time

Now that the kids have gone back to school, are they falling sick more often? Unfortunately, interesting facts and social skills are not the only things children pick up in the classroom. With so many youths in close quarters, schools are also a thriving environment

Summer safety tips to see you through the silly season

Summer is finally here! Long days by the pool, flipping chops on the braai and endless festive season shenanigans. Hallelulah! Without a doubt, there is no period more joyful than the summertime in South Africa. Whether you’re inland or vacationing by the sea, you’re sure

Reduce hypertension with lifestyle change

We all want to lead a long and healthy life, and most of us pay a visit to the doctor when we feel unwell. But, not all health concerns show symptoms and often go untreated until it’s too late. One of these concerns is hypertension,

Medical gap cover: Do you really need it?

We all want to take care of ourselves and our families. However, medical expenses can be astronomical, leaving you with mountains of debt, or worse, without treatment. Investing in a medical aid plan is a way to safeguard yourself from incurring hefty hospital bills. That’s

Spring wellness tips: Refresh your healthy lifestyle

There’s nothing more magical than the new beginnings of spring. The dark, dreary days of winter are behind us, and the world is once again awakening with life and growth. Birds are chirping in the trees, baby animals are finding their feet, and the flowers

Stay healthy with our flu fighting tips

Stay healthy with our flu fighting tips   Germs, they are everywhere. We come in contact with these invisible microorganisms every day of our lives. While not all bacteria are bad, some of these microbes can pack a punch on your immune system. It’s important

Health concerns for women through the decades

August is women’s month – a time to pay tribute to the strong females in our lives. Women are the world’s nurturers. Often, too busy taking care of others to worry about their own health concerns. But personal well-being should always be at the top