Home > News Top Headlines ANCYL says no visa for TB Joshua The ANC Youth League thinks that the South African government should not give Nigerian preacher TB Joshua a visa to visit the country. 24-hour breast enlargement done in your lunchtime The latest cosmetic procedure to hit the US is having your breasts temporarily enhanced during a quick 20-minute visit to the plastic surgeon. 5 very bizarre medical devices There's no telling what effect new technology will have on medicine. Here are 5 outrageous medical devices. Health24's CyberDoc asked euthanasia prof to help him die Sean Davison, the professor who helped his mother commit suicide has admitted to helping an ex-Health24 CyberDoc end his life. Did he have the right to do that? Red palm oil – Dr Oz’s ‘miraculous find’ Red palm oil contains copious amounts of beta-carotene and vitamin E and has been hailed as a 'superfood'. Graphic images of 'the deadliest drug in the world' Krokodil, a flesh-eating drug, is fast becoming the most notorious drug in the world. Virologist: Ebola will not 'burn itself out' anytime soon 6 months into the Ebola outbreak, scientists are learning more about the deadly virus. Ebola 'pretty much contained' in Senegal and Nigeria According to the WHO Senegal and Nigeria are managing to halt the spread of Ebola, although the overall death toll has risen to 2 811. Sexual superhero: orgasm without ejaculation It is very possible for a man to have an orgasm but not ejaculate. Join the Sexual Superhero programme and find out how to achieve this. What's really in fried chicken? Health24's DietDoc compares the nutritional values of fried and grilled chicken. More news you should know mySOS launches SA's newest emergency appPneumonia bacteria kill heart cellsDo green neighbourhoods produce healthier babies?Angelina Jolie inspires rise in breast cancer testing Brain structure may predict risky financial behaviour5 most mysterious sounds ever recordedSierra Leone marathoner joins race against EbolaWest Africans don't trust Ebola health workers More news about Diet and nutrition What you're really eating when you order fried chicken In light of a fast food marketing campaign aimed at feeding 11 000 South Africans 1.1 tonnes of fried chicken, Health24's DietDoc compares the nutritional values of fried and grilled chicken. Woolies to reduce number of GM labelled products by 50% Nutrition and a healthy heart Surprising health benefits of beer Environment New rhino campaign targets Vietnamese businessmen A new advertising campaign aims straight at the top consumers of rhino horn - affluent Vietnamese businessmen. Why drivers inhale more pollutants Baby awaits surgery after rat attack Does hair dye cause cancer? Latest research. 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 Are you obsessed with high intensity interval training? How much protein do exercisers need? Diabetes Artificial sweeteners may increase diabetes risk Artificial sweeteners are widely used by the health-conscious and diabetics worldwide as an alternative to sugar, however, a new study indicates that they may actually increase glucose intolerance, therefore raising blood sugar levels. Diabetics face much greater risk of heart damage Statins may help prevent diabetes-related nerve damage Diabetics often ignore salt warnings 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 Exam stress – a challenge for the whole family Cardiovascular risk factors Take care of your teeth. Anytime. Anywhere. Like us on facebook!