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Some pharmacists will be doing their community service at private pharmacies amid a shortage of posts.
Jacket would detect symptoms up to four times faster than a doctor.
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We speak to a young, black woman who is infertile about the stigma she faces in her community.
A new injectable drug could change the face of HIV prevention and the revolution might start right here in South Africa.
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With the severe effects of the habit on the unborn child now widely known, why do pregnant mothers refuse to give up?
Men’s quest for the perfect body has reached the ‘bigorexia’ tipping point.
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People who use creams to lighten their skin risk causing lasting damage to their bodies and nervous systems.
Which doctors want to work in the remote areas of South Africa? Mostly those who grew up there.
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This year wasn’t pretty but from its ashes may rise important scientific advances that could change the course of history.
Warning, this article contains sensitive details about Father Christmas. Kids, look away.
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Ethiopia's rural health extension workers have helped halve the country's child death rate.
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