The availability of fitness apps on our smartphones has made it hard to lie about why you don’t exercise. The best thing about them is that you can work out in the comfort of your home
As the world celebrates International Men’s Day, a new survey reveals that erectile dysfunction (ED) is an early warning sign of potential cardiovascular disease
Keeping your eyes healthy is essential, but with so much time spent in front of glaring screens, that can be hard. With National Eye Care Awareness Month running from 23 September to 20 October, we look at ways to protect your eyes in the workplace
A suggested tax on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) may reduce obesity in 220 000 adults in South Africa, a study by the University of Witwatersrand has found
Does that sniffle mean it’s time to put your exercise regime on hold?
The recent sudden deaths of four prominent black South African men, all in their forties, has put the spotlight on lifestyle diseases. We investigate the causes and what you can do to save your life . . .
Getting enough sleep boosts your productivity, mood, health and even makes dodging that crazy taxi in traffic a whole lot easier
As Oscar Pistorius’ trial draws on, his recent uncharacteristic behaviour in the dock has been attributed to post-traumatic stress disorder
Singer Chris Brown’s various stints in rehab, angry outbursts and violent altercations may have been an indication of the musician’s underlying condition – bipolar II
Jay-Z and Beyoncé have jumped onto the vegan bandwagon, announcing a new lifestyle ahead of the rapper’s birthday.
A father’s diet influences the health of his offspring, according to a study published on Tuesday suggesting that men, like women, should plan to eat and live healthily in the run-up to conception.
According to medical experts, men can benefit from being aware of certain early warning signs of testicular cancer. We chat to Linda Greeff, the founder of Cancer Buddies.
A UK pharmaceutical firm has announced it will soon market an anti-malaria vaccine for children.
A United Nations (UN) report has revealed that new HIV infections have declined significantly, while deaths caused by the pandemic have drastically decreased.