Home > News Top Headlines Porn: What women want... South African women are not shy to watch porn and film director, Erika Lust, says it can be more pleasurable if women play an active role in the adult entertainment industry. Ecstasy may reduce anxiety in terminal patients Cancer patients suffering from debilitating anxiety, fear or depression may find some peace during Ecstasy-influenced psychotherapy sessions. UPDATE: 18 kg anorexic woman receives almost $200 000 in donations for treatment Rachael Farrokh, the 18 kilogram woman suffering from severe anorexia, has successfully raised almost $200 000 for treatment and has taken to YouTube again to thank everyone who helped. World Hunger Day: reaching out to those in need According to the World Economic Forum, a total of 842 million people across the globe suffer from chronic hunger and nations are reaching out to those in need in via social media. Tygerberg breakthrough to revolutionise burn treatment A new technique developed at Tygerberg hospital could transform the way burns are treated, cutting the cost a thousandfold in the process. SA has a big fat problem - academic South Africa has a fat problem, with women having a bigger problem than men and youth being the third most obese in the world, says a professor. Impulsive boys may become chronic gamblers Canadian researchers found that teens and young adults with very impulsive behaviour were more likely to become depressed and develop a gambling problem. Drinking five espressos a day is okay According to the European Food Safety Authority, the amount of caffeine in five espressos per day poses no health risk for the average person. Do people transmit happiness by smell? A lab experiment with 'scent samples' suggests that humans pick up on others' positive emotions via sweat. Flakka: why you should be terrified by this deadly new street drug The man-made drug 'flakka', which is blamed for the deaths of at least 18 people, is probably the most dangerous since the peak of cocaine, warns an epidemiologist. More news you should know Medicinal qualities of green tea – fact or fiction?Chamomile boosting female lifespan?SA running out of penicillinFlying the flag for better healthcare in Africa The Paracetamol Challenge: Teens 'risking lives' in new social media crazeNewer birth control pills may raise blood clot riskNoakes' 'real food' may not be kid friendlyDiet tips for pregnant moms – Part II More news about Diet and nutrition SA has a big fat problem - academic South Africa has a fat problem, with women having a bigger problem than men and youth being the third most obese in the world, says a professor. Healthy eating may lower dementia risk #FeedADream campaign fuels the dreams of poor kids Body fat helps to regulate appetite and other processes Environment Global warming to have devastating effect on supply and quality of Arabica coffee The cup may be half empty when it comes to the future of coffee. Global warming is having a negative effect on global production, affecting the supply, quality and price of your favourite cuppa. Mental Health Ecstasy may reduce anxiety in terminal patients Cancer patients suffering from debilitating anxiety, fear or depression may find some peace during Ecstasy-influenced psychotherapy sessions. Impulsive boys may become chronic gamblers Big Brother does it again – encouraging and rewarding sexual misconduct Is ISIS inspiring the defacing of SA statues? Travel Over 200 guests fall ill on cruise ships More than 200 people on two different cruise ships have fallen ill with the highly contagious norovirus, which can cause symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea. Shocking footage of bus falling through a massive hole on a highway Warning of mosquito virus gripping travellers Measles outbreak linked to Disney theme parks Fitness Smoother control of robotic limbs through mind power A better way to harness mind power to move prosthetic limbs may make life easier for thousands of paralysed subjects. 5 ways to get your first pull-up Vigorous exercise helps people live longer Tapering your runs before the Two Oceans Diabetes Baby's gender may influence mom's diabetes risk Your baby's gender could influence your diabetes risk as carrying sons is linked to gestational diabetes, while girls mean later risk of type 2- research shows. 13 recommendations for healthy blood sugar levels What you need to know about diabetes life insurance Type 2 diabetes drugs linked to deadly ketoacidosis Asthma Learn how to manage your asthma this International Asthma Day World Asthma Day celebrated today (5 May) sheds light on treatment and implementing it, as many patients don't always have access to potential life-saving care. Is that mould in your home toxic? Smokers risk fathering asthmatic kids Animal fur may lower asthma risk Events Celebrate Nelson Mandela in a walk for freedom 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s release from prison and you can join in the celebration by walking up to 27km in his footsteps. Become a snake wrangler Patrick Holford: how to Burn Fat Fast SA's largest health care convention to take place on Monday advertisement From our sponsors Is your baby dehydrated? How to tell. Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health!