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Teen painted red for being gayThe verdict is in: homosexuality is not a choice1 in 5 SA teens just want to die Teen kills herself after mom beats her for being gay A mother is mourning the death of her 18-year-old daughter who left behind a heart-breaking letter after being beaten for being a lesbian. Women who work long hours may struggle to get pregnant Women who work more than 40 hours a week or routinely lift heavy loads may take longer to get pregnant than women who don't, a study suggests. Health24's biokineticist to host TV showWomen who work long hours may struggle to get pregnantSilent protest against South Africa's rape culture to be held in Durban Nurse combines passion with business A nurse has turned her passion into a small business by offering health services to women in Klerksdorp in the North West. 10 ways to make your doctor really mad Ever wondered what your doctor thinks of you? Well, if you're doing any one of these 10 things, your doc probably doesn't enjoy your visits. Confirmed: walking while texting slows you down A study has found that it is not only texting while driving that holds risks, texting while walking seems to be a bad idea too. Name this health app!Smartphones allow do-it-yourself stress hormone testsNew gadgets to monitor health issues Telemedicine offers new hope for South Africa The remote diagnosis and treatment of patients can remarkably benefit South Africa, but there is some concern too, say experts at a healthcare summit taking place in Johannesburg. Don't let hotel bedbugs ruin your vacation Here's how to protect yourself from blood-sucking parasites that may be sharing your hotel suite How Anusol can relieve the pain of piles Piles, or haemorrhoids, are so common it's estimated one in two people will suffer from them by the age of 50. The good news is Anusol offers great relief from the itching, bleeding and pain that come with piles. Vital protection against insect bites A single fabric application will provide 3 months protection and last for 30 wash cycles. How the doctor would pop a pimple There's something gratifying about popping a pimple. But, are you doing it the way a doctor would? Should hunting in Africa be banned?Global roar against SA canned lion huntingBlood Lions: Bred for the Bullet movie trailer 10 consequences of banning trophy hunting in SA A total ban on hunting in South Africa will result in the loss of thousands of jobs and the closing down of hundreds of business, says an academic. Add your voice to the hundreds of comments on this issue. 5 questions all women hate and why A guy asks what the time is, and she hears, “I’m bored, I want to leave, I wonder if this relationship is working for me." Older women still have active sex lives Despite what you may think, close to 60% of women over the age of 60 who are in committed relationships are still sexually active. 5 ways to get through your day when you're over your job If office politics and constant work stress has left you demotivated and in an anxiety ridden slump then perhaps it's time to hit 'reset' with these practical tips. Online symptom-checkers often wrong A study has found online apps to be unreliable often misdiagnosing the urgency of health issues. Manage pain with online apps Online apps and tools may be beneficial to people who suffer from chronic pain and lessen their need for frequent doctor visits, an study suggests. Different types of contraceptives Not keen on a baby right now? Time to choose a contraceptive. 8 contraception weak spots Life happens: you might have met a new man, or you've just had a baby. Whatever you do, don't forget about contraception. Bovine collagen injections could make you look younger again Move over Botox. Collagen injections, step to the side. The road to the fountain of youth is about to be repaved, as a host of new anti-ageing treatments hit the market. Are you ageing faster than your peers? It is possible for some people to age faster than others, a study has found. A healthy body equals a healthy brain Experts stress that eating right, exercising, and maintaining your health can help your brain to age gracefully. Consumers shower and sleep with smartphones One in six smartphone users said they used their phones while showering, and more than half said they would reach for the smartphone before saving their cat in the event of a fire. This video of someone playing with Lego could give you an orgasmWoman rushed to hospital after 3-hour orgasmThings you didn’t know about her orgasm 200 Orgasms a day - is it even possible? Without control, some women with Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome could orgasm up to 200 times per day. It may sound like fun, but for sufferers it is more like hell. How your cellphone is breaking your neck If you're one of the 36 million South Africans who make use of a mobile device, experts say you could develop 'text neck', which puts a lot of strain on your spine, potentially causing permament damage. advertisement From our sponsors Migraines – more than just a headache Fifty and fabulous! There’s something newly cool about turning 50 Keeping your skin soft, moisturised and winter-ready The health benefits of donating blood Live healthier » Novel health supplement now available in SA stores Omega Caro-E, a locally developed and patented fish oil supplement is now available in South Africa. » Reduce bladder leakages by clenching Stirling Gravitas, gold medallist at life, explains how to beat those bladder leakages!