Preventing chronic conditions in the youth of South Africa requires a multi-faceted approach that addresses underlying risk factors such as poverty, lack of access to healthcare, and unhealthy lifestyle choices.
We answer your questions about chronic conditions.
Discover the real answers to your questions about chronic conditions.
Yes, inflammation in the body can intensify a chronic condition.
Have you ever asked yourself the following: what if I led a healthier lifestyle, ate differently or exercised more often?
When living with a chronic condition, it is important to consider what foods you are consuming regularly. Here are some common foods to consider eliminating:
Chronic conditions such as HIV, diabetes, and heart disease can have negative impacts on a person’s oral health.
I was initially confused when someone told me I was a flexitarian. Below is an outline of what that means and the benefits of following a flexitarian lifestyle.
Self-discrimination is a mark or stain of shame. Self-discrimination can be destructive and detrimental to your mindset. Don’t let it be.
Anti-retroviral treatment (ARV treatment) is freely available across South Africa, and provided to all people living with HIV, through both the public healthcare sector and private healthcare sector. Cindy Pivacic shares her story of living with HIV and Anti-retroviral treatment.