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The HPV vaccine roll-out is prompting parents to rethink how they talk to children about sex.
The nation's healthcare system reflects the actions of the ministers responsible for it over the years.
Half of all SA smokers tried to quit last year –and failed. How can we raise the success rate?
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has launched an HPV vaccine programme for grade four girls in all government schools.
The intellectual property policy, which will allow access to cheaper drugs, has yet to be finalised while patients are dying, say health activists.
We feature four HIV positive women in their 40s who fit the profile of a typical M&G reader.
Cannabis may well have beneficial properties, but experts warn that smoking it is still bad for your health.
Organ donations are rare in SA: donors and the specialists needed to do transplants are few. But awareness increases as more lives are being saved.
These "cancer-fighting" molecules may not be the good guys we have been led to believe.
Will local facial hair campaigners be able to raise more than last year's R7-million for men's health issues?
Breast cancer expert, Justus Apffelstaedt, explains the complexities around the issue of screening for this disease.
SureTouch does not claim to be a substitute for proper breast cancer screening, but patients are being misled.
There are many advantages to breastfeeding but should mothers be bribed to do it?
The country is fighting the intellectual property laws that hiked up the cost of its HIV programme.
An antioxidant found in tea brewed from the indigenous plant offers hope for new treatments.
Two young people speak out about life, and love, and the very real risk of rejection.