China to wage war against poverty

Xi’an – China will wage a war against poverty with a stronger resolve and prevent it from afflicting future generations, Premier Li Keqiang has said. High economic growth since China adopted reforms and opened up more than 30 years ago has helped lift almost half the nation’s population out of poverty. This is due to...

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R16m clinic opens in Slovoville

Johannesburg – The opening of a new R16-million clinic in Slovoville, near Dobsonville in Soweto, will mark an end to the days when residents used to… GlobalBuzz-SA – Your Health, Fitness and...

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Running and Hygiene

Mar 19, 14 Running and Hygiene

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Running and Hygiene Practicing good hygiene is as important during menstruation as at any other time of the month, and good hygiene for sportswomen is no different, it goes without saying that sanitary napkins or tampons should be changed frequently especially before and directly after a run. This is a paragraph from the article by...

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KZN increases number of patients on ART

Pretoria – The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health has reported an increase in the number of patients registered on its antiretroviral (ART) programme from 408 238 in the 2010/11 to 535 910 as of the end of 2011/12 financial year. Provincial Health MEC, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, said the focus of the ART programme during the...

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Pharyngitis – Upper Respiratory Infections

Acute inflammation of the throat or pharyngitis can be related to the common cold, influenza, or a more serious condition such as mononucleosis. The Epstein-Barr virus of mononucleosis or the streptococcus bacteria in the condition of scarlet fever or tonsillitis can be the cause of pharyngitis. Streptococcal infection is the cause...

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