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Have your social media blinkers blocked the Jenna Lowe #GetMeTo21 campaign?
Have your social media blinkers blocked the Jenna Lowe #GetMeTo21 campaign?

Why has Jenna Lowe asked us to help her #GetMeTo21? It's been all over social media lately, but so has everything else, so little surprise if you're not aware of the dire organ donation situation in SA...

By Leigh Andrews 19 Nov 2014 08:00

[World Toilet Day] Bidvest Steiner prioritises proper sanitation
[World Toilet Day] Bidvest Steiner prioritises proper sanitation

One third of the world's population have no reliable access to adequate sanitation, hence World Toilet Day...

19 Nov 2014 10:50

E-cigarettes: The benefits and risks
E-cigarettes: The benefits and risks

E-cigarettes, also referred to as e-cigs, have become increasingly popular with smokers over the recent years. They are battery powered devices that act as a substitute for traditional tobacco cigarettes...

By Charles Mburugu 18 Nov 2014 14:26

Public private collaboration to train Maties med students
Public private collaboration to train Maties med students

Stellenbosch University and Mediclinic Southern Africa have announced a public private collaboration that enables the university's medical students to undergo part of their training at accredited Mediclinic hospitals...

18 Nov 2014 14:17

Death by drowning - WHO report reveals key cause of death in children
Death by drowning - WHO report reveals key cause of death in children

The World Health Organization has released its first report dedicated exclusively to drowning that indicates that drowning is a serious and neglected public health issue...

18 Nov 2014 14:03

Rising healthcare care costs set to drop with release of new IV generic drugs
Rising healthcare care costs set to drop with release of new IV generic drugs

The introduction of several new generic intravenous (IV) therapies in South Africa could keep spiralling healthcare costs in check...

17 Nov 2014 11:11

Another free app for Ebola information
Another free app for Ebola information

A new free Ebola app, part of a wider International SOS communications initiative aimed at supporting the global fight against Ebola, has been released for iOS and Android devices...

17 Nov 2014 14:50

SA holds solemn reception as deceased return home
SA holds solemn reception as deceased return home

Two months since the tragic collapse of a guesthouse in Lagos, Nigeria, the bodies of 74 of the deceased have arrived home to a poignant and emotional reception ceremony.

17 Nov 2014 09:40

Major pharmaceutical group calls for NCD research in sub-Saharan Africa
Major pharmaceutical group calls for NCD research in sub-Saharan Africa

GlaxoSmithKline launched the first call for proposals for its Africa NCD Open Lab on 14 November. The call is to support much-needed scientific research into non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Africa...

17 Nov 2014 11:24

South African mTriage speeds up disaster responses
South African mTriage speeds up disaster responses

The World Design Capital 2014 has recognised mTriage (#WDC334) as a project that reduces triage time, improves accuracy and reduces the level of training required for triage...

15 Nov 2014 10:40

Chris Moerdyk
Government on an ad-banning roll

It was entirely predictable that after a relatively trouble-free and politically safe banning of tobacco product advertising almost two decades ago, government would turn its attention to liquor, fast food and a raft of other forms of advertising...

By Chris Moerdyk 13 Nov 2014 14:48

[MRMW] Making face-to-face research mobile to better tackle African HIV research
[MRMW] Making face-to-face research mobile to better tackle African HIV research

Africa, HIV, and research have long been bedfellows - but what happens if you add mobile methodology to the mix?

By Leigh Andrews 13 Nov 2014 08:00

Organise a Go Blue for Breakfast event to raise awareness of diabetes
Organise a Go Blue for Breakfast event to raise awareness of diabetes

World Diabetes Day is 14 November, a significant date for South Africa, given that an estimated 2-3.5 million South Africans live with Diabetes Mellitus (DM), which is likely to be an underestimation of the true burden...

13 Nov 2014 10:23

Come on, have a heart - become an organ donor
Come on, have a heart - become an organ donor

Spur Foundation has taken up the challenge and has joined up with the Organ Donor Foundation for the life-changing #Save7 campaign...

11 Nov 2014 13:47

Dental solution for poor sleep
Dental solution for poor sleep

A solution to poor sleep patterns, caused by sleep apnoea and excessive snoring, can be found at the dentist. These sleep disturbances are a cause of fatigue and frustration not only for the sufferers, but also for their sleeping partners.

11 Nov 2014 11:14

Mediclinic shines in quality care - COHSASA
Mediclinic shines in quality care

Two Mediclinic hospitals - Mediclinic Welkom and Mediclinic Vergelegen - have each achieved the highest accreditation award available from the Council for Health Service Accreditation of Southern Africa (COHSASA).

Issued by COHSASA 11 Nov 2014 12:54

Radial angiography unit opens in Tygerberg Hospital
Radial angiography unit opens in Tygerberg Hospital

A groundbreaking new radial angiography service offered by the Tygerberg Hospital in the Western Cape will alleviate cardiac care bottlenecks and set the tone for others in Africa to follow.

11 Nov 2014 11:35

What all premature babies need is a MOM
What all premature babies need is a MOM

The James Dyson Award, open in 18 countries to university level students (or recent graduates) studying product design, industrial design and engineering, who 'design something that solves a problem', has been awarded to a low cost, inflatable incubator dubbed "MOM".

10 Nov 2014 18:23

Muscle mass and chronic kidney disease
Muscle mass and chronic kidney disease

New research by a Yale University scientist suggests that muscle mass is not as accurate a predictor of chronic kidney disease outcomes as previously thought.

By Jim Shelton 10 Nov 2014 14:40

SA men have more to fear from follicles than flaccidity
SA men have more to fear from follicles than flaccidity

Almost 40% of 600 men between 20 and 65 polled in a recent survey say they are showing signs of hair loss. This rose to two-thirds of men between 36 and 55 who said that, after weight issues, hair loss was more prevalent in their lives than was erectile dysfunction, strong body odour or bad breath.

6 Nov 2014 17:13

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