Long hours and going the extra mile at work, may not be the best way to get you that promotion . . . the answer may lie closer to home
Fitness expert, Ronald Abvajee, speaks to us about fitness and what areas everyone should focus on
Co-owner of S.W.E.A.T 1000 in SA, Paul Rothschild tells us why this facility is the best solution to any fitness challenge – including getting rid of that beer belly
Don’t let fatigue and energy slumps keep you from making the most of your time. Here’s how to stay awake, focused and fully present all day
A recent finding that a major US-based supplement manufacturer – whose products are available in South Africa – was selling falsified and potentially dangerous products to consumers has reopened the debate around the safety of some alternative medicines
Depression is far more prevalent within the South African workforce than many might suspect. And the impact is devastating
Medical researchers at Columbia University have found a simple way to detect HIV and syphillis
Ditch the excuses and commit to working out with our easy tips
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 . . .