Kaelo Newsletters

August 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

August 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

You Are EnoughIt's not selfish to take care of yourself. Whether you're a mother, woman or girl, finding new ways of self-care is important for you and your mental health. According to an article on VeryWell minds, the pandemic has taken a toll on everyone’s mental...

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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 off their health...

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July 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

July 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

Doing Good Does You GoodYou may recognise the expression “it is better to give than to receive,” but did you know that research has proven that kindness has many benefits including, increased happiness and a healthy heart? It slows down the ageing process and improves...

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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...

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June 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

June 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

Guide Them To Their Ideal CareerIn today's world, we have so much access to information, yet helping your child choose a career path can be tough. At Kaelo, we understand that this can be an insurmountable task for the family, therefore, our counsellors are readily...

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June 2021 | Health Newsletter

June 2021 | Health Newsletter

Be A Hero. Donate Blood.According to the South African National Blood Service (SANBS), less than 1% of South Africans are active blood donors. One unit of blood is about 475ml of blood and only lasts 42 days after donation and, for this reason, blood donors need to...

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May 2021 | Health Newsletter

May 2021 | Health Newsletter

Put Your Family's Health FirstHand Hygiene: The month of May is known for International Day of Families, alongside Hypertension Day and Hand Hygiene Day. It is important as we move into the winter months to practice basic good hygiene with our families, friends, and...

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May 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

May 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

Make Mental Health a Family AffairFamilies form the basic foundation of our society and the month of May is dedicated to celebrating family each year with  International Day of Families on 15 May. According to the United Nations (UN), the Day was proclaimed by the UN...

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April 2021 | Health Newsletter

April 2021 | Health Newsletter

Put Your Health FirstTaking care of your health is important. Every website you visit, every billboard you see, speaks to self-care, but why is it so important that we take better care of ourselves? According to Clinical Psychologist Dr. Colinda Linde, the key to...

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April 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

April 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

How Are You?When was the last time you truthfully answered that question – "How are you?" Imagine how exciting would it be to hear how people actually are? We are surrounded by people from all walks of life, people who have travelled, students, survivors of domestic...

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March 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

March 2021 | AskNelson Newsletter

Feeling Overwhelmed with your TB Diagnosis?Being diagnosed with any chronic illness such as Tuberculosis (TB) can be an overwhelming experience. This often creates uncertainties in many areas of your life and how it will affect you and your family, however, this is...

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March 2021 | Health Newsletter

March 2021 | Health Newsletter

It's Time for Action. It's Time to End TB Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the leading infections worldwide and is one of the top ten overall causes of death. This communicable disease is caused by the bacteria - Mycobacteria tuberculosis. According to the Mayo Clinic, the...

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