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New treatment schedules for pregnant women and other patients are set to bring South Africa in line with the World Health Organisation’s guidelines.
The state’s proposed certificate of need will not address inequities in rural healthcare.
Ill residents may suffer most after the axing of Free State community health workers.
A study has found that child-focused interventions have significantly reduced HIV-infection rates in children under the age of five.
Research suggests that taking HIV medication while CD4 counts are higher than 350 does not reduce mortality in those who are co-infected.
Several initiatives are under way to stop the abuse of antibiotics.
GF Jooste Hospital was a beacon of hope. It should have been renovated, not closed.
The condition is widely misunderstood but it can be treated successfully with the right medication.
Low carb, high fat diets don't work better than traditional balanced diets, according to a Stellenbosch University study.
The HPCSA failed to rein in medical aid schemes — now it’s up to the Competition Commission
Scientists believe the brain is key to treating weight problems, and are closing in on answers.
An open letter to ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe
Appalling conditions in Free State hospitals reveal a health care system that seems to be corrupt from top to bottom.
This week holds the opportunity for us to show that we are serious about having a world where no child is born to die.
The TAC says it fears the arrest of over 50 community healthcare workers after they began a sit-in at the province's health department headquarters.
Greater collaboration and sharing of information between stakeholders will lead to reductions in costs.