Home > News Top Headlines Men with enlarged prostate should pee sitting down A new study shows that it is better for men with an enlarged prostate to sit while urinating than standing. Sexually, men prefer women in their mid-20s Research indicates that men younger than 20 are typically attracted to older women, while men older than 30 begin to prefer younger women. An apple a day could keep obesity away Apples are a good source of non-digestible compounds that may prevent disorders associated with obesity. SA may use Israeli devices to reduce botched circumcisions South Africa may turn to an Israeli circumcision device to reduce the number of young males who die in botched initiation ceremonies. Nigeria screens ship crews for Ebola In Lagos, port officials are working hard to prevent ship crews from bringing the Ebola virus into Nigeria. 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Need for earlier recognition and treatment of ADHD Children with ADHD may already be struggling to perform well and fit in at school as early as Grade 2. More news you should know How you can avoid sports injuries43½ socks removed from Great Dane's stomachWorld Bank invests billions to reduce deaths of mothers and childrenDodgy weight-loss pills may slip through as health supplements Movember: Coming to a ‘local’ face near youThird US Ebola survivor wants to return to AfricaTherapy better than drugs for social anxiety disorderCould the LCHF/ Banting diet help prevent or control ADHD? More news about Diet and nutrition The more you pay, the tastier the food Surprisingly, the price you pay at a buffet has a big effect on how much you like the food. 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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 Eduloan offers affordable education finance Like us on facebook!