The Finns’ cardboard box prompts an African graduate to develop a life-saving device for babies.
When Mark died, emergency services left his body on the pavement in central Pretoria for hours.
All the rage in Finland, 'Moses baskets' could soon be coming to South African shores.
Finally capping its own medics, the country must now retain them and coax them into rural areas.
Men who abuse women have often been victims of maltreatment themselves resulting to the intergenerational cycling of abuse.
A new mother recounts how psychiatric care that nurtured her bond with her baby helped heal her mania.
In this township, alcohol makes violent men close to three times more likely to rape a woman.
Angelina might just have saved a life. But is there science to prove it?
Blind football represents hope and belonging for Egypt's one million visually impaired.
Less than 15% of patients seek out care for this vicious form of gangrene.
Older antibiotic staples are no longer moneymakers. But as modern bugs evolve to outwit them, very few new drugs are ready to take their place.
In Diepsloot, Bhekisisa's Vimba! app is helping rape survivors access life-saving care and treatment.
Some hospitals are introducing sign language to help deaf patients.
Researchers have shown that monetary incentives lead to infants being immunised on time.
Half a litre of Coke contains 10 teaspoons of sugar – almost the entire recommended daily sugar allowance. But fruit juice is as bad.
For many tuberculosis (TB) patients, the road to a cure begins with a simple test.