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Beating the sun this summer

Summer is here, and with it the promise of long days at the beach, shorts, and sunburn. While for many catching a tan to usher in the summer is quite okay, climate change continues to rear its ugly head. We investigate the recommended skin regime that you should be following this summer season.
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Can you get medical aid if you have HIV?

Considering that 7.1 million South Africans were living with HIV in 2016, it’s not surprising that government spends up to R23 billion on programmes to improve the awareness and treatment of this disease. Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, has a look at how South Africans are affected and how medical schemes are involved.
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Brain food: What to feed your brain during exams

Moneybags looks at foods you can eat to promote optimum brain functionality.
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Type 2 diabetes and its misdiagnosis

We take a look at how diabetes in diagnosed in South Africa, against recent statistics that Africans may be underdiagnosed.
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The reality of delays in breast cancer treatment

The treatment for breast cancer at public hospitals should never be as frightening as the diagnosis itself. But for many patients, who can’t afford private care, this quickly becomes a reality. In light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Isabelle Coetzee has a look at how long women with breast cancer have to wait for treatment.
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Are you overfeeding your pets?

The price of dog food and treats, as well as most other pets’ food, can take a large bite out of your salary. But according to South African vets, nearly half of pet owners are overfeeding their four-legged-friends.
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How telemedicine is changing doctor consultations

There’s been a steady evolution in the way we interact with medical practitioners thanks to technology. Now the biggest South African medical scheme, Discovery Health, is improving its tech to allow us to consult with our medical specialists remotely and more easily, finds Angelique Ruzicka
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Get free advice about cyber security for kids

If you’re worried about security issues when it comes to your children going online you can ask some experts about it, finds Angelique Ruzicka
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How to keep your child safe online

Angelique Ruzicka peruses information from global cyber-security company Kaspersky and other reputable sources to find out what you can do to ensure your children’s safety.
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The Cape Town Banting menu

Capetonians who follow the low-carb high-fat (LCHF) Banting diet, which was pioneered by Tim Noakes, aren't always certain where to find the best Banting meals away from home. Isabelle Coetzee compiles a Banting menu for those who are looking for a bite to eat in the mother city.
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A good education is an investment in your future, but it hardly comes cheap. Unless you are the recipient of a bursary or are benefitting from parents who diligently saved, you may be considering a student loan. Moneybags looks at what you should note when applying for a student loan this year.

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It’s a new year and with it the promise of new year’s resolutions that typically, if you’re lucky, stick till mid-March. The most common resolution of course is the one to get healthy and fit.

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