Our relationship with money fascinates me. I have come to understand that our relationship with our finances reflects the relationship we have with ourselves. We don’t only use wealth for financial purposes – we express ourselves through it; we use it to communicate. Money says anything we want it to: it articulates our desires,
The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) annual campaign, SAVE LIVES: Clean Your Hands, could not be more relevant than it is to South Africans following the recent Listeria outbreak, which claimed over 180 lives since December 2017. The importance of hygiene must be emphasized in all communities – all year round. Click
Menopause is a stage of a woman’s life which sees a lot of changes take place. The most common one is the ending of menstrual cycles in her life. Understandably, this stage affects women in different ways – and while some happily welcome it, others are more emotionally affected. Regardless, this is an important
Although your job may require you sitting at a desk all day, your refusal to move can be quite hazardous to your health. This sedentary habit can lead to issues such as poor posture as well as an increase in your risk of heart disease and diabetes. Furthermore, a recent
Whether you are active or accident prone, injuries happen. Popping off to the physiotherapist for rehab is one thing, but what if you had the tools to dramatically improve your recovery and limit your chance of further problems? Dr Robert G. Silverman, one of New York’s finest chiropractors and sports
It's never fun having to pick at your green salad while your partner wolfs down a saucy steak and onion rings. And then three weeks later turns up his nose at your burger because he's decided to lose a few kilos. Following an eating plan together will not only make cooking easier, it will also help you make healthier choices on a daily basis, resulting in sustainable weight-loss and all-round health benefits.