25.5.2020 11:37 am
Regular health screenings and tests can help find problems before they start.
It is important that you take charge of your health, starting now.
The results released Monday stem from a trial involving more than 4,500 people.
Cross-training is a great way to vary the stress placed on specific muscles and therefore allows faster recovery.
It is more difficult to diagnose the condition in women as it may not cause as many symptoms.
New research has found that drinking a couple of cups of coffee each day appears to be linked with carrying less weight among women.
The national coronavirus lockdown and its effects have led to an increase in depression, anxiety and suicide thoughts among South Africans.
Putting the mask in the freezer or microwave to try to kill the virus is not recommended.
Not getting enough sleep has been linked to more asthma attacks and poorer health in adults with the condition.
When researchers analysed how the disease might affect the women’s children, they found that outcomes for infants were on the whole good.
The UN brief highlighted the mental strains on people fearing that they or loved ones will be infected or die.
It is recommended that most women limit added sugar to no more than 100 calories a day (6 teaspoons of sugar or 25 grams).
South Africa finds itself at its lowest happiness point since last year.
The longer a person stays home, the more they start to forget what day it is due to lack of routine.
If you can commit to six five-minute routines throughout the day, it is also a workout.