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Science is proving what yoga gurus have taught for centuries. That regular yoga practice is a low risk, high yield way to reduce your stress and anxiety. Yoga Alleviates Depression Despite it’s increasingly popularity over the past decade, the benefits of treating stress and anxiety with yoga hasn’t been that widely


The development of bionic limbs is something that has made great headway, however this is not a new medical development. The first true prosthetic limbs manufactured for medical purposes were in Greece and Rome during the Renaissance period. French surgeon Ambroise Paré invented them as a way to hide deformities,

By Xanthe Hunt Meditation has benefits for both body and mind: it fights inflammation, disease, and wards of stress and ageing. So it’s no surprise that some of Hollywood’s greatest have hopped on the Zen train in the hopes of youth, happiness and health. Here are our top celebs who


With the heatwave only set to pass this coming weekend and temperatures reaching highs of 40 degrees Celsius in certain parts of the country, we spoke to Simon Gear, environmental and science correspondent for Primedia Broadcasting, to get his view on the worst drought South Africa has faced since the

A new wonder elixir, health fad of functional food? We investigate… By Kay Lockwood Previously shunned and little heard of, coconut oil is now widely available. Exercise and health fanatics are adding it to their breakfast smoothies or whisking a spoon into their morning coffees for a metabolic boost and

by Dr Ryan Fuller The busy pace of today’s lifestyles means that many of us overlook the power we have to choose to enjoy our world more by living better and longer. Growing older is no longer something we must simply accept and endure – and the 2nd World Conference

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“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead” – Nelson Mandela As part of Mandela Day, the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA)

Today, 21 March, South Africans across the board will celebrate the country’s Bill of Rights which is enshrined in the South African Constitution and legally protects the basic human rights of every individual living in this land. Despite the Bill’s promise of protection, a significant number of South Africans, for

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Lack of sexual activity can lead to depression, a fascinating South African study conducted by anti-depressant pharmaceutical firm has found. More than 700 women were surveyed throughout South Africa about the effect that sex – or the lack thereof  – has on their mental wellbeing. While 8 in 10 women

After losing his wife to cancer on Christmas Day, scientist Billy Boyle vowed to do all he could to help others who could be saved by an early diagnosis. Kate Gross died last Christmas, aged just 36. She reportedly passed away, her husband by her side, just minutes before her sons asked