Home > News Top Headlines One in five men reports violence toward partner A study by the University of Michigan reports that twenty percent of American men admit to violence toward their intimate partner. Domestic abuse: what users say Domestic violence can happen anywhere to anyone. Here’s what our users have to say. 'Dance4Demand' on Global Female Condom Day Today is Global Female Condom Day, and Wits University along with health and rights advocates worldwide are doing the 'Dance4Demand'. Judge Masipa 'reads' Oscar's mind Few people expected Judge Masipa to make a contentious and provocative decision, at odds with a large body of expert legal opinion on crucial issues. Is Oscar Pistorius really writing a book? Oscar Pistorius is writing a book detailing his side of the murder of Reeva Steenkamp. Cybershrink deciphers what it all means. Keep prescription meds away from kids! Prescription medications can have serious and potentially life-threatening, consequences for young children and should be kept out of their reach and sight. Severe shortage of organ donors in SA The declining trend of organ donors in the Greater Pretoria area is an alarming source of concern that could have serious repercussions if not urgently addressed. Male pattern baldness tied to prostate cancer risk Men with balding may be at an increased risk of developing an aggressive type of prostate cancer compared to men without balding. US works to step up Ebola aid, but is it enough? Obama to visit the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention to discuss Ebola amid questions of whether US is doing enough. New injection may relieve cat allergies If you suffer from a cat allergy, a new vaccine may mark the end of red, itchy eyes and the beginning of a happier relationship with your furry friend. More news you should know Wilna shares her story on World Lymphoma DayHow smoking kills your heartFirst person in UK trial to get experimental Ebola shot next weekMedicinal nicotine inhaler approved in UK Kashmir flood waters carry disease riskDurban prostitute decapitated for traditional medicineFatigue in MS patients may indicate sleep disorderFat like me? The journey continues More news about Diet and nutrition Woolies to reduce number of GM labelled products by 50% Surprising health benefits of beer Fat like me? The journey continues Cardiovascular risk factors Environment Why drivers inhale more pollutants Should drivers be the ones wearing the gas masks? Baby awaits surgery after rat attack Does hair dye cause cancer? Latest research. 10000 shipping containers lost overboard each year Mental Health Judge Masipa 'reads' Oscar's mind Few people expected Judge Masipa to make a contentious and provocative decision, at odds with a large body of expert legal opinion on crucial issues. Beating depression after retirement OCD sufferers at greater risk of schizophrenia Electrical pulses through scalp boost memory Travel Plane crash concerns as air traffic doubles Growing demand for travel, mostly in developing nations, to pose safety challenge for airlines. American Airlines cutting flights to Venezuela Teen aeroplane stowaway recovering in hospital New letter describes tragic scenes on sinking Titanic Fitness Fitness apps for short, sharp workouts People who don't have a lot of time on their hands or can't make it to the gym can turn to fitness apps for short bouts of exercise. Exercise helps beat breast cancer Painkillers and exercise – a potentially lethal combo Are you obsessed with high intensity interval training? Diabetes Diabetics face much greater risk of heart damage Diabetics have a six times higher risk of heart failure even if their diabetes is properly managed. Statins may help prevent diabetes-related nerve damage Diabetics often ignore salt warnings Can pre-diabetes raise cancer risk? Asthma Smokers risk fathering asthmatic kids Fathers who smoke before conception may increase their child's risk of developing asthma. Animal fur may lower asthma risk Older women with asthma more likely to die Children of obese mothers more likely to get asthma Events SA's largest health care convention to take place on Monday Over 1000 practitioners in the private health care sector will converge at Durban’s ICC on Monday for discussions and debates around some of the most critical socioeconomic issues facing SA. Rugby teams, Zille join walk against hunger Become a snake wrangler Blisters for Bread 2014 advertisement From our sponsors Cardiovascular risk factors Take care of your teeth. Anytime. Anywhere. Like us on facebook!