Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: SA doctors perform second successful penis transplant > Health-in-Motion Updated 05 October 2015 Reduce sugar cravings If you struggle to resist sugar cravings following your evening meal, it may be worth investing in a vanilla-scented air freshener or candle. A study at St George’s hospital in London found that using vanilla-scented patches on the back of participants’ hands significantly reduced their appetite for sweet foods and drinks. It is thought that this is due to the smell of vanilla, which is believed to help suppress sweet cravings. 0 More: Daily Dose: SA doctors perform second successful penis transplantHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news Medical How often should you poo? Medical 'I believe it’s easier to live with HIV than being diabetic' Medical 2 HPV shots can prevent genital warts News 5 stories to show how different young and old people are Diet and nutrition What to eat during Ramadan? Here's a complete meal plan Medical Lack of sleep doubles chances of dying from heart disease From our sponsors WIN a R2000 Skin Renewal voucher! Constipation in women SA's old diesel vehicles continue to fuel allergies Live healthier Dangerous winter sun » Why female students ignore the risks of indoor tanning Can rooibos protect you from the effects of UVB exposure? Skin cancer always a risk – even in winter During winter, the risk of skin cancer doesn’t disappear. CyberDoc talks to us about when to see your doctor about a strange-looking mole or spot. Did you know? » The 5 saltiest foods may surprise you Craving salt? Your genes may be the reason 10 fascinating facts about salt The one thing that fast foods, whether it be chips, hamburgers, pretzels or fried chicken have in common, is loads of salt.