Home > Medical Medical All sections in Medical » All Diseases » All Symptoms » Medical Schemes » All Medications Vaccine-preventable diseases making a comeback By identifying clusters of people who refuse to vaccinate their children or refuse certain shots, researchers can target prevention efforts. ADHD The ABC of ADHD ADHD has received a great deal of attention in the media. Unfortunately this has led to frequent misdiagnosis. Here are a few pointers to help you identify ADHD in children. Allergy Don't let allergies ruin your Valentine's Day date Valentine's Day is supposed to be romantic but chocolates,flowers and even kisses may not be so special if they trigger allergic reactions. Arthritis Training for a half marathon after double hip replacement Avid sports fan and blogger, Bruce Dunn, was shocked to hear a doctor tell him that he would never play sport again. Fourteen months after a double hip replacement, Bruce is defying the odds by training for the Two Oceans Half Marathon again. This is Bruce's story . . . Colds & Flu Flu and drug resistance flagged as top pandemic threats Tom Frieden, director of the US Centers for Disease Control, has indicated that infectious disease threats for the years ahead will likely start with flu. Depression Both bullies and victims at higher risk of suicide The highest odds for suicide are among bullied people who were also bullies themselves, a new study finds. Diabetes Foot condition in diabetics often missed Charcot foot, a condition that can cause disability and amputation in diabetics is often missed due to peripheral neuropathy. Erectile Dysfunction Early heart disease may lead to impotence Early stage vascular disease can affect a man's sexual health and may lead to later-life impotence. HIV/Aids Gates sees 'miracle' tools for Aids by 2030 A vaccine is seen as pivotal in preventing new Aids infections, while new kinds of intense drug treatments should do away with the need for life-long pills, says Bill Gates. Hypertension 'Lifestyle' diseases kill millions of people Unhealthy habits like smoking, alcohol abuse and eating too much fat, salt and sugar have sparked an epidemic of diseases that makes up the leading cause of death globally. Infectious Diseases WHO needs to repair reputation after bungling Ebola The WHO's chief acknowledges that the WHO was too slow to grasp the significance of the Ebola outbreak, which is estimated to have killed more than 8,600 people. Knee Pain Test your knee pain knowledge Osteoporosis Post-menopausal women unaware of osteoporosis risk Worldwide, an estimated 200 million women are affected by osteoporosis and with an increasingly ageing population this number is set to rise dramatically. Sleep Disorders Insomnia linked to higher blood pressure A new Chinese study suggests that people with chronic insomnia are at an increased risk of suffering from high blood pressure. 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? How to survive load shedding Computer may predict infectious influenza New Ransomware virus causes havoc An incredibly destructive computer virus is on the rise, charging user's thousands of rand to unlock their own devices once infected with terrible consequences if they don't.