Policy exemption allows SA investors to buy into top Swiss resort

South Africans seeking to diversify their investment portfolios are now able to buy into the biggest ski resort in Europe at competitive prices with significant tax incentives and highly attractive returns.  

Heart disease a major cause of female deaths – but many don’t care

Although heart disease is a leading cause of death in women, new research shows that the large majority of young females worry very little or not at all about the problem.

Act early to counter the agony of kidney stones — urologist

Kidney stones are among the top 20 most painful medical conditions, may be avoided through a healthy diet and lifestyle, and can be effectively treated by a urologist if addressed early.

High-fibre diet helps you live longer — studies

Two new studies show a high-fibre diet helps counter chronic disease and contributes to longevity.  

Infertility affects up to one in five, can often be treated

Research shows that up to 20% of South African couples may suffer from infertility – ranked by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as the fifth highest serious global disability.  

Colour shampoo contributes to Dr Wolff Group global growth

A new caffeine-based colour shampoo by Plantur 39, popular among women seeking a deeper brown shade, has contributed to ongoing growth of German cosmeceutical manufacturer, the Dr Wolff Group, which recorded an annual global turnover of €309 in 2018.  

Brain health to take centre stage in 2019 – expert

Brain health is set to take centre stage in 2019 with research showing that nutrition, sleep and stress management are among the most important factors influencing mental wellness.

Men silent on urinary incontinence – but it’s treatable

Urinary incontinence -- accidental loss or leaking of urine -- affects up to one in three older men, most of whom go untreated despite the discomfort caused.