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Reducing severity and duration of colds

Pelargonium sidoides is widely used as a traditional medicine for various ailments, including TB, cough, and gonorrhoea (Brendler and van

Paediatric pharyngitis

Rapid antigen detection assays for GABHS are diagnostic if positive. Other bacteria that occasionally cause pharyngitis and require antimicrobial therapy

Donated colostrum and human milk enables 995g prematurely born baby to go home

It was a bitter-sweet moment for nursing staff in the neonatal intensive care unit at Netcare Alberlito Hospital, when they

National obesity week: the extensive health benefits of losing just 5-10% body weight

15  -19 October is National Obesity Week, an opportunity to once again highlight the fact that South Africa has the

Placing diabetes management firmly on the table

“The diabetes tsunami is here. Unless we meet it head on with appropriate management, this condition is single-handedly set to

Healthcare Demarcation Regulations remove low cost benefit options for poor

Government’s healthcare demarcation regulations came into effect on 1 April 2017. They “demarcate”, or draw a line, between medical aid