We sat down with Nike+ Run Club coach Peteni Kuzwayo to chat about the rise in the running trend, the challenges first-time runners face and why running is important to your general well-being
Have you lost the discipline you had when you started working out? If so, these could be the reasons . . .
New research has revealed that, contrary to popular belief, those who regularly consume full-fat dairy products are less likely to develop diabetes than those who consume low-fat diary products
On Monday, hip-hop artist Jabulani Tsambo, best known as HHP, revealed that he had attempted suicide, and the response from many was less than sympathetic
Levels of obesity worldwide are continuing to rise, and by 2025, 18% of men and 21% of women worldwide will be obese, according to a report published in UK’s The Lancet medical journal
We spoke to the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) about day-to-day triggers of anxiety and stress, and how to manage these to live a more peaceful, less-anxious life
New research has found a link between the need to take afternoon naps that last longer than an hour and an increased risk of type 2 diabetes
Studies have shown that approximately one in every seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, and yet many men still avoid going for regular screening tests
A new drug offers protection to HIV-negative women who want to have children with an HIV-positive partner
A group of experts are arguing that some sexually transmitted diseases, such as the herpes virus, are responsible for causing Alzheimer’s
Former President Thabo Mbeki has received support for his views on HIV/Aids from independent researchers, advocate Anthony Brink and Chris Rawlins
We speak to urologist Dr Muhammad Ahmed Barmania about the health benefits of circumcision and the misconceptions surrounding it. Three women also share their thoughts on the matter
At the gym, time is of the essence. We speak to fitness expert Ronald Abvajee about what you should give a skip to make better use of your workout time.
A new technique discovered by scientists from Nanjing Medical University in China could see infertile men able to father children thanks to sperm created from their own skin cells