Yellow fever low risk in Southern Africa

Feb 03, 15 Yellow fever low risk in Southern Africa

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All travellers arriving into South Africa from Zambia, Tanzania, Eritrea, Somalia, Sao Tome and Principe will no longer be required to produce proof of the yellow fever certificate, says the Health Ministry. This following the countries recently being included on the World Health Organization (WHO) Low – risk yellow fever countries...

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Warm Cold Repellent

Jan 03, 15 Warm Cold Repellent

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Autumn and Winter are the worst seasons for colds. Sore throat, stuffy nose, tired muscles, general lethargy and temperature are signs that the body is struggling against not-so-welcome bugs. Warm Cold Repellent Remedy Although a balanced diet, which includes lots of fruit and vegetables, strengthens the body’s immune system and is...

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South Africans to fight HIV

Dec 02, 14 South Africans to fight HIV

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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on South Africans to fight against prejudice, stigma and discrimination against those infected and affected by HIV. “Like racism, sexism, homophobia and other forms of intolerance, the stigmatisation of HIV is driven by ignorance and fear. We need to work to overcome ignorance and address...

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Don’t Discard Expired Medicines

Oct 16, 14 Don’t Discard Expired Medicines

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Expired Medicines – Research in America has revealed that expiry dates on medications that infer you ought not to take them have almost nothing to do with safety – they are designed to increase sales, and to provide manufacturers with protection against legal claims. Food and Drug Administration Expired drugs may lose some of...

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Problems towards Poor Brain Health

Oct 13, 14 Problems towards Poor Brain Health

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Brain Health – People who live in disadvantaged areas have a greater risk of developing cognitive dysfunction than people in better off areas, a study by Professor Helene McNulty and colleagues at the University of Ulster has found. Ageing Research and Development The findings of this study, funded by the Centre for Ageing...

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Stop a Cold in its Tracks

How do we Stop a Cold in it’s tracks? Everyone knows the signs – an itchy throat or nose, the beginning of a heavy head, more tired than normal, aching muscles. Yes, unfortunately it can be the signal for the cold and flu season. With each change of season comes the dreaded possibility of succumbing to a cold or worse...

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