Home > Lifestyle Lifestyle All sections in Lifestyle » Diet and nutrition » Fitness » Man » Sex » Parenting » Woman » Contraception » Environmental Health » Health and Your Money » Healthy Home » Healthy Workplace » Mental Health » Pet Health » Stop Smoking » Street Drugs » Sun » Teen » Travel Health » Ageing well » Natural Health » Health tech » All lifestyle sections 13 summer safety tips You know that the sun is dangerous and that you need to take precautions. But it's a schlep to go through the whole sunscreen routine at the beach, right? Not really. Remember Heinz Winckler? He has advice for you. Singer, songwriter and former SA Idol winner, Heinz Winckler gives us a glimpse into his home and shares with us how his family stays happy and healthy. Why running is good for you The health benefits of running stretch far beyond weight loss. This infographic from highlights the health benefits of running. Active kids may have better thinking skills A study suggests that children who engage in sports activities have greater attention spans and fare better at problem solving. 7 things worth knowing about mosquitoes They don't all bite, they're changing their feeding patters, three types carry malaria and they don't like wind. Learn more fascinating facts about these winged pests. Viral: Dog saves abandoned baby's life In one of the most heartwarming animal-human encounters ever witnessed, a dog picked up a newborn where it was abandoned and took it to a nearby house. (Graphic) What your moustache says about you in 'Movember' The moustache, or 'mo', has become a symbol of men’s health and creates much needed conversation around the often ignored issues of men’s health. How teens can cope with exam stress Exam times are never easy. Are you prepared? Are you panicking? Natural health expert Erika Coertzen gives a few tips on coping with the stress. Happiness among teens can be infectious Teenagers can feed off peers' happiness, allowing them to forget about depression, a study suggests. The last frontier: Cinderella cosmetic foot surgery Cosmetic surgery to your feet has two purposes: one, it provides support and fixes imperfections so that you can fit into designer heels and, two, it is a way to attain perfectly proportioned toes and slim feet. Arthritis and cancer drug may fight baldness Researchers used the cancer and arthritis drug to test baldness on mice, showing promising results on mice researchers continues to see if this treatment could work for humans. Tanorexia: when tanning becomes an addictionFacebook addiction linked to depressionImpulsive boys may become chronic gamblers Are you addicted to your cellphone? A recent study showed two-thirds of South Africans admitted to being addicted to their phones and more than a third said they would miss their phone more than their partners if they were separated. Paediatricians gives iPads and tablets the go ahead After condoning 'screen time' for kids for years, the American Academy of Pediatrics now recommend giving children access to tablets to help them learn. How safe is the Essure birth control device? Women spoke to the FDA about their experience with Essure, a birth control device that blocks their fallopian tubes. How do psychopaths get the way they are?Does the law protect us against psychopaths?Psychopaths: Who are they? Psychopaths at work and the 10 jobs that attract them Not all psychopaths are cold blooded killers. In fact, most of them live ‘innocently’ beside us and some of them are even our friends or colleagues. Take a look at their inherent traits and the careers where they're most often found. Alcohol ads strongly influence teens' choices A study found that marketing exposure is increasingly recognised as an important factor in youth drinking. Health risks of prolonged sitting debunked Sitting for hours on end may not increase mortality risk as previous studies suggested. Anti-smoking drug initially more effective in women According to a study, an effective anti-smoking drug helped women more than men for the first year of treatment. After a year, however, the medication worked equally well for both men and women. The most abused over-the-counter drug in SA7 natural techniques to help you quit smokingHow the doctor would cure a hangover How Lamar Odom's drug binge could kill him Lamar Odom is fighting for his life after a three day partying binge that involved drugs, alcohol and prostitutes left him unresponsive. What exactly was he taking and what effect did these substances have on his heart and other organs? Fidgeting while you work might be good for you People who can't resist fidgeting while they work may want to stop trying to kick the habit, because a new study suggests all that toe tapping and pencil rapping may be good for their health. Falling pregnant by touching boys? Confronting sex taboos Confronting sex taboos and reproduction health issues may reduce early pregnancies among teens in West and Central Africa. WHO warns Europeans about lifestyle risk factorsStop smoking: Making tobacco a thing of the past. WHO taking action!What makes you gain weight after quitting smoking? Teens lured by flavoured tobacco products Flavoured tobacco products are enticing a new generation of America's youth into nicotine addiction, tobacco-related disease and early death, according to US CDC. Office strolls restore blood flow to the legs Taking short walks around the office during the course of the day can help restore blood flow if you've been sitting at your desk for a while. Low nicotine cigarettes may help you quit Smokers who switched to special low-nicotine cigarettes wound up smoking less and were more likely to try to quit, researchers found. Low nicotine cigarettes may help you quitHow secondhand smoke makes children act outWHO warns Europeans about lifestyle risk factors Ex-smokers' risk of diabetes diminishes over time While smoking is linked to an increased risk of developing diabetes, this risk appears to drop over the long term once cigarette use stops, a review suggests. Calls to ban outdoor smoking in the US A new survey indicates that increasing numbers of Americans and Canadians are in favour of banning smoking in outdoor venues. advertisement From our sponsors How will we feed 9 billion people? Try the Meat Free Movember Challenge Fit starts now with MRP Sport Get Race Ready with REHIDRAT® Live healthier Toilet matters » 45 toilets in the world Poop in weird places Toilet paper debate The funniest bathroom signs ever These signs have taken toilet humour to the next level. Too Tired? » 20 signs of burnout Staying active reduces stress 10 ways to have a healthier work day Why you're exhausted Lost your mojo? Here are 5 surprising energy drainers, plus the easy fixes that will help put the pep back in your step!