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Charles Mburugu
Guidelines for successful medical writing

In this day and age, health issues have become a major concern for many individuals all over the world. People are always looking for all kinds of information from both medical and non-medical publications. Due to the huge demand for health-related content, medical writing has become a very lucrative venture. Anyone with good writing skills can succeed in this field, even with little or no medical training.

By Charles Mburugu 30 Sep 2014

Chamendran Naidoo
A Valentine's special: Mending a broken heart

If you've ever been in love, oh reader, then you've probably been out of it too. Somewhere deep within the chorus of your favourite Percy Sledge song, the feeling disappears, the love is lost and you find yourself eating half a tub of ice-cream, wondering if it was really "her, not you". Then, like clockwork, comes the pain. In fact, my dear readers, the emotional course of heartbreak has been paralleled to the stages experienced after the death of a loved one (and often just as intensely).

By Chamendran Naidoo 12 Feb 2013

Issa Sikiti da Silva
AstraZeneca to conduct survey on cholesterol under-treatment

Three thousand patients currently undergoing treatment for hypercholesterol in South Africa are set to be surveyed to quantify and determine the degree of their under-treatment, Prof Matthias Haus, executive director and V-P of AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals SA, told the media on Thursday 5 November 2009, in Sunninghill, Johannesburg.

By Issa Sikiti da Silva 10 Nov 2009

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