Regular, structured exercise sufficient to lower risk of mental illness — study

Maintaining an active lifestyle and exercising regularly has stronger mental health benefits than intermittent bouts of intense aerobic activity, a new study has found. The Swedish study, which surveyed 36 000 middle-aged males and females over 30 days, found that frequent moderate exercise is more strongly linked...

Now cheaper to buy than rent for first-time SA home buyers – global expert

Selected properties under R1.5-million are now significantly more affordable to buy than rent, offering first-time homeowners an unprecedented opportunity to get into the property market, says global property expert, Toni Enderli. Enderli says the lowest interest rates in 50 years combined with transfer duty relief, higher...

Diabetics exposed to air pollution at high risk of lung disease — study

Diabetics living in ozone-polluted areas may have an increased risk of developing interstitial lung disease -- a condition that may exacerbate the negative effects of Covid-19, a new study notes. The US study connects insulin resistance and repetitive ozone exposure to the development of interstitial lung...

Cannabis industry could help reboot economy if laws are eased

The cannabis trade could dramatically bolster South Africa’s economy if authorities followed global trends and eased the country’s prohibitively regulated industry, according to the Cannabis Trade Association Africa (CTAA). The newly formed association says SA’s “archaic” regulations are out of synch with the global move to...

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