December 2021 | Health Newsletter

December 2021 | Health Newsletter

Keep Your Eyes on the Road The festive season is officially upon us and for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, most people will be planning on spending it with loved ones and taking family holiday trips and this often requires long-distance driving....
November 2021 | Health Newsletter

November 2021 | Health Newsletter

Understanding Men’s Health November is known as Men’s Health Awareness month and studies conducted say that men are most likely to die from heart disease at an earlier age in comparison to women. Men are also most likely to develop liver disease more than...
October 2021 | Health Newsletter

October 2021 | Health Newsletter

Be Breast Cancer Aware Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in South Africa amongst women. According to the CANSA organisation, women are ahundred times more likely to develop breast cancer than men, with male breast cancer only accounting for 1% of all...
September 2021 | Health Newsletter

September 2021 | Health Newsletter

Take Care of Your Heart, Your Life Depends on it 29 of September is known as World Heart Day.Did you know, heart disease and strokes are amongst the leading cause of death in South Africa. According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 2 in 5 South Africans have high...
August 2021 | Health Newsletter

August 2021 | Health Newsletter

Let’s Do the Right Thing. Let’s be Open About Women’s Health. Healthy habits are the best way to avoid disease, prolong your life and live more happily, however, with the pressures of trying to balance our work-life and home-life, women tend to put...
July 2021 | Health Newsletter

July 2021 | Health Newsletter

Do Good. Get Tested For Hepatitis. The month of July is mostly known for International Mandela Day. This day is associated with acts of kindness, such as volunteering to help the elderly, thanking a colleague for helping you out, or even taking care of yourself. July...