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A diet fad known as alcorexia or drunkorexia occurs when people who want to slim down skip their meals for alcohol. But experts agree that swapping alcohol for meals is a health risk!
According to Medical Daily women can now test drive a boob job before actually committing to one – and it can be done in 20 minutes!
News reports have made much of the Pill’s effects on bones and blood clots, but are claims true and in what other ways can the pill affect your health? Here’s what science says…
Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re focusing on your girls. Here’s what your breasts would say if they could talk…
Could your last Emergency Room experience have been better handled by a regular GP? There is a new and faster way to handle emergencies.
This Women’s Month, Liberty Medical Scheme highlights five essential medical tests women should be aware of!
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This is a diet scam! Don’t fall for it!
Are you having a heart attack? If you experience any or all of these while at rest, get yourself checked out!
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The mammogram and ultrasound confirmed the news, I had breast cancer. Read Natalie Lambrou’s story…