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Momentum Health placed second in TopBrands survey

Momentum Health's client-centric approach largely contributed to South African consumers placing it second in the Sunday Times TopBrands survey...

28 Aug 2015 09:20

Real time tracking of acute myocardial infarction patients

Zebra Technologies and Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), the Netherlands announced the first commercial deployment of the 'Time tracking solution for acute myocardial infarction (AMI) patients'...

28 Aug 2015 11:54

GIL 2015: Africa the new investment frontier for Japan

Frost & Sullivan's senior partner, Dorman Followwill, highlighted in his opening presentation at the Growth Innovation Leadership 2015 Africa congress...

28 Aug 2015 09:35

Adcock Ingram to dispose of loss-making Cosme Farma

SA's second-biggest pharmaceutical manufacturer Adcock Ingram will dispose of its loss-making Indian business Cosme Farma...

By Tamar Kahn 27 Aug 2015 10:40

One day only - Helen Joseph Hospital offers free women's service

To celebrate women taking better care of themselves, Right to Care, is holding a women's health day at Helen Joseph Hospital in Johannesburg on Thursday 3 September 2015 from 9am-2pm...

27 Aug 2015 15:38

Doctors need to manage depression in chronic illness

Many challenges still exist in the recognition and management of the psychological and social dimensions of depression in chronically ill patients but, by developing a patient-centric approach, patients will feel more adequately cared for during each medical interaction...

25 Aug 2015 18:04

On the map of sweetest nations

Swaths of the planet are awash in drinks with a high sugar content, and now there is a map to prove it...

By Shaun Smillie 25 Aug 2015 16:35

NGOs apply to intervene in possible gold mine class action suit

The High Court in Johannesburg will hear an application by the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and Sonke Gender Justice next week for them to intervene as amicus curiae (friends of the court) in a possible class action suit against South African gold mines...

By Ahmed Areff 21 Aug 2015 12:11

Valeant buys 'female Viagra' maker for $1bn

NEW YORK, USA: Canada's Valeant Pharmaceuticals is paying US$1 billion to buy Sprout Pharmaceuticals, which just won US government approval to sell the first "female Viagra" drug...

21 Aug 2015 16:14

Chaeli & the 'Kili' Climbers to conquer Kilimanjaro

Michaela Mycroft, aka Chaeli, has Cerebral Palsy and a degenerative neuropathy. This, however, has not stopped her from achieving great things thus far. Chaeli will embark on an incredible adventure by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro...

21 Aug 2015 10:36

DoH launches new health mobisite

What's wrong with smoking dagga? My friends pressure me to smoke with them, how can I refuse? Everybody in my family drinks; why can't I drink...?

21 Aug 2015 16:27

Choosing medical aid schemes wisely

The Medical Aid Survey, recently released by GTC Healthcare Consulting, has highlighted the profound complexities within medical scheme structures and offerings...

20 Aug 2015 15:31

Noakes rubs in the salt

Banting guru Tim Noakes has now taken on the widely held belief that too much salt is bad for you...

By Katharine Child 20 Aug 2015 11:05

Elevated blood pressure in childhood persists into adulthood

The road to hypertension in adulthood might start as early as childhood and adolescence in the urban black South African population, says a says a Wits-lead research team...

20 Aug 2015 14:39

CUT awarded SARChI chair for innovations in medical 3D printing

The Centre for Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing at the Central University of Technology, Free State has recently been awarded a Research Chair in Medical Product Development under the Department of Science and Technology's South African Research Chairs Initiative...

19 Aug 2015 13:11

Too much salt in fast food for children

Many of the children's meals served up by international fast-food chains in SA contain dangerously high levels of salt, according to a new survey that adds to the pressure on the sector to offer up healthier products...

18 Aug 2015 11:45

HST lands ground-breaking Tanzanian contract

Health Systems Technologies, a subsidiary of African Equity Empowerment Investments Limited, has secured a contract with the Tanzanian Ministry of Health to implement Laboratory Information Management Systems...

18 Aug 2015 09:48

[#WomenInBiz] Physician heal thyself, Q&A with Dr Dalene von Delft

When Dalene von Delft started working as a doctor, she knew there were risks. But what she didn't bargain for was contracting a life-threatening disease...

By Nicci Botha 17 Aug 2015 13:05

Male circumcision could reduce HIV, increase economic growth

Achieving the target of circumcising 80% of males between the ages of 15 to 49, which translates to 4.3 million medical male circumcision (MMC), by the end of 2016 could avert more than one million new HIV infections by 2025...

14 Aug 2015 13:02

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