200 000 TVET students tested for HIV

Over 200 000 students at technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges have been tested for HIV and Aids since 2013. This is… GlobalBuzz-SA – Your Health, Fitness and...

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Gauteng Health probes hospital’s state of cleanliness

Pretoria – The Gauteng Department of Health has asked the Kalafong Hospital to investigate the state of cleanliness at its facilities. The… GlobalBuzz-SA – Your Health, Fitness and...

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Home sweet home for Ekurhuleni elders

Over 33 elderly persons, who are now proud home owners, have moved into their new homes in Eden Park, Ekurhuleni. Gauteng MEC for Cooperative… GlobalBuzz-SA – Your Health, Fitness and...

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What is reflexology

Reflexology has been around for many centuries however it is still treated as some mystical practice. The very essence of reflexology is based upon there being zones and areas of reflex directly related to various areas of the body. The practice of reflexology utilizes the applying of pressure to the various reflex areas via your...

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Dead and Injured Workers Remembered in Ireland

The Government, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Congress), Ibec and the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) today, Tuesday 28th April, collectively marked Workers’ Memorial Day Ireland – the newly established national and annual commemorative event to remember people killed, injured, made ill and bereaved through work...

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When a bug strikes

Apr 29, 15 When a bug strikes

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If you have been confined to bed recently with a severe infection (glandular fever, severe cold, flu, or bronchitis) your doctor will most probably have given you a course of antibiotics and the immediate symptoms will have disappeared. Unfortunately, antibiotics can be likened to using a sledge-hammer to kill a fly on the wall....

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