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COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update | 3 December 2021 Vaccine Rollout According to SA coronavirus, 14.3 million of the South African population have now been fully vaccinated, this is 36.17%. At the latest State of the Nation Address on Sunday, President Cyril Ramaphosa suggested the...

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December 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

December 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

It's more than just a red ribbonDecember 1 is usually known for World AIDS day the world over, and over the last 40 years, HIV/AIDS has evolved from a fatal disease to a manageable chronic illness with adequate treatment. An estimated 25.7 million people are living...

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December 2021 | Health Newsletter

December 2021 | Health Newsletter

Keep Your Eyes on the RoadThe 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....

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COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update | 19 November 2021 Experts say the fourth COVID-19 wave may not be as bad as previous waves The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD)’s Adrian Puren says, "The ratio of hospital admissions and deaths to infections and cases in SA's...

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COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update | 12 November 2021 Sisonke Booster jabs underway for healthcare workers As of Tuesday, 09 November, healthcare workers can now receive their second COVID-19 vaccine jab under the Sisonke Study 2. According to the SA Medical Research Council and the...

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November 2021 | Health Newsletter

November 2021 | Health Newsletter

Understanding Men's HealthNovember 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 women and...

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November 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

November 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

Man-to-Man Let's Talk About Your Mental Health.Mental Health amongst men is a topic that remains taboo in many communities.Many communities continue to perpetuate the myth and stigma that "Men should be strong and invincible." ignoring this stigma around surrounding...

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Manager Matters Q4 | AskNelson

Manager Matters Q4 | AskNelson

Mental Health AwarenessThe Covid Pandemic has presented a seemingly insurmountable level of challenge, but it has also presented some key learnings and opportunities for growth. Perhaps foremost is the opportunity to re-evaluate our priorities and decide what is...

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October 2021 | Health Newsletter

October 2021 | Health Newsletter

Be Breast Cancer AwareBreast 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...

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October 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

October 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

Let's Talk About Your Mental HealthOctober is known as Mental Health awareness month and one thing 2020 and 2021 has taught us is that taking care of our mental wellbeing is as important as our physical health. According to the South Africa Depression and Anxiety...

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September 2021 | Lifestyle Newsletter

September 2021 | Lifestyle Newsletter

You Deserve to be Happy. Spark that Inner Joy and Self-Worth.Suicide is tragic for individuals and the people who care about them.Every September is dedicated to focusing on suicide prevention as it is a complex public health matter that is preventable when an...

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September 2021 | Health Newsletter

September 2021 | Health Newsletter

Take Care of Your Heart, Your Life Depends on it29 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...

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