A study published in The Lancet has found that improved health literacy could help children and adults make better choices about their health.
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Convincing governments to invest in preventative care rather than treating non-communicable diseases could result in significant savings.
IBM Watson Health and Novartis team up to use patient data and advanced analysis to gain insights on the likely outcomes of breast cancer treatments.
The SAMRC has secured a national Cochrane Library licence that will make evidence-based scientific reviews accessible to healthcare decision makers in SA.
The rise in global healthcare costs is driving a shift to a value-based model driven by integrated collaborative care teams.
On World Hypertension Day South Africans are urged to get tested and know their blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose numbers.
The NDoH has initiated dialogue with private healthcare providers, changing its previous stance on the role of private healthcare providers under NHI.
Medici has launched in South Africa, providing a single platform for patients to securely communicate with their doctors.
Five health and bio-tech innovators in the Western Cape have been provided with grants of up to R500,000 each during the second round of the DISF2.
Head of Underwriting at Hollard Life, Hayley Taylor, discusses how lifestyle conditions could have long-term implications on insurance premiums.
Adcock Ingram recently hosted the Minister of Trade and Industry (dti) at their state-of-the-art tablet and capsule manufacturing facility in Germiston.