Amy Green is a health reporter at the M&G's health journalism centre, Bhekisisa. After graduating from Rhodes with an honours degree in health journalism, she investigated the abuse of the attention deficit disorder drug, Ritalin. The exposé was published on the e-book website Mampoer Shorts. In 2013, she was one of 10 journalists selected for a year-long investigative HIV reporting fellowship with the International Women's Media Foundation. She has an obsession with all things hip-hop and keeps fit with a daily Ashtanga yoga routine.
Free State healthcare workers say they are being punished for having dared to defy health MEC Benny Malakoane publicly.
Rekindling the sexual fire of a once passionate marriage has sparked a deeper emotional link.
Women who lose weight after surgery – as opposed to through exercise and diet – are less likely to be employed because of negative perceptions.
The Aids council’s programme is a "big step in the right direction", but abuse by police still needs to be tackled, says an HIV specialist.
Migraine sufferers may not realise that drug overuse can be a large part of the problem.
Pharmaceutical experts differ over how to limit dependency on a common painkiller.
The department of trade and industry has yet to finalise patent reforms, raising questions that cheaper medication could be blocked intentionally.
Refugees run the border crossing gauntlet of lions, rivers, rape and theft hoping for a better life.
If the health minister has his way, vaping will soon be regulated like regular smoking because, he says, Big Tobacco is complicit in its rise.
South Africa was the first African country to introduce the expensive but effective pneumococcal vaccine, Prevenar, into its immunisation programme.