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A top Indonesian official says speed is of utmost importance when it comes to maritime disasters because bodies deteriorate quickly in water. Chemists in big push to make chemicals safer Chemists get a bad rap for putting ever more toxins into the environment, but a new wave of scientists are determined to green their approach and ask: what if there were a way to make chemicals safer? Ageing Well Anti-ageing tipsSurgical 10 fascinating facts on ageing Here are ten fascinating facts about ageing and the human body. Check how many of them you knew. See all Ageing Well » Fitness Getting startedExercise 10 nasty gym habits The gym has at least 10 unwritten rules. If you don't know what they are, you could be driving other gym users crazy. See all Fitness » Severe water woes within 2 generationsWater shortageSA on brink of water shortage Free State rejects water shortage claims Democratic Alliance councillor claims that Tweespruit residents have been without waters for days, but FState denies such allegations. Sugar: why the bad rap?The obese personalityWhy some people don't get fat eating carbs Why the world is getting fatter and fatter Do you hate your fat and flab? Well, what if you weren't to blame? Find out who the real culprits are. Crocodiles can now climb trees No matter how high up in the tree you are, the crocodile will still be able to hunt you down as they can now climb trees. Global temperatures to rise 4°C by 2100'Carbon farming' to address climate changeCarbon footprint of shoes damaging environment Burying carbon dioxide could slow climate change A radical policy shift is needed to slow climate change this century and a new technology involves piping carbon dioxide away and burying it deep underground. Diet and Nutrition Nutrition basicsHealthy diets How to benefit from negative-energy foods Some foods have such a low energy content that you can eat large quantities of them without risking weight gain. Here's how to use these foods to your advantage. See all Diet and Nutrition » Street drugs AlcoholGetting help How drinking affects your driving So why is it so dangerous to drive after you've had a drink or three? Research shows that 16% of South Africans have driven while they were under the influence of alcohol. See all street drugs » Healthy workplace Work and stressEmployee wellbeing Feeling out of sorts at work? You look at your watch, after what feels like a century has passed, and it is 9 minutes later. You feel nauseous, lightheaded and you are sure you have a temperature. See all healthy workplace » Fitness Exercise programmesIn the gym Six-pack training with kettlebells If kettlebells don’t regularly feature in your current training programme, it's time to rethink your strategy. See all fitness » Pet Health Behavioural problemsYour pet's health Ask a vet before giving painkillers to pets All dogs and cats should have a thorough physical exam by a veterinarian before being given non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. All about pet health » Sex ProblemsNeed to know Sexual remorse different for men and women A study found that men tend to bemoan missed sexual opportunities, while women fret over one-night stands. See all sex » Stop smoking News Graphic pictures may cut number of smokers Pictures of diseased lungs and other types of graphic warning labels on cigarette packs could cut the number of smokers in the United States and save millions of lives. See all stop smoking » Oral health Bad breathA trip to the dentist Saving knocked-out teeth If you lose a tooth while playing sports or due to any other cause, quick and proper action can still help save it, experts say. See all oral health » Parenting PregnancyChild The health benefits of breastfeeding Breastfeeding has many great health benefits for both baby and mother. Here's why you should be breastfeeding for at least six months or longer. See all Parenting » Woman MenstruationFriends and family Banish the bloat Banishing bloat is one of the quickest ways to shrink your waistline. Lose centimetres in just a few hours with these deflating strategies. See all Woman » Mental Health DisordersBrain 6 tactics used to control women Emotionally abusive relationships can destroy your self-esteem, lead to depression, and give you a sense of helplessness. Recognising that your situation is abusive is the first step to being free. Mental Health » Health and your money Choosing your insuranceDictionary of terms Why do we need insurance anyway? We need insurance simply to shield us from financial risk. If there were no financial risk, then there would be no need for insurance. See all health and your money » Oral health Caring for your teethBad breath FAQ about bad breath Here are some questions and answers on bad breath. Maybe your best friend won't tell you, but we promise we will. See all oral health » advertisement Live healthier Healthy weight » Underweight? Eating speed linked to BMI Weight and BMI affect fertility Should we really consider BMI? The Body Mass Index is widely used to assess if an individual is overweight or not. DietDoc investigates how accurate this tool really is. Digital health news » Screensaver or eyesaver? 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