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.
Replacement therapy for menopause symptoms is considered safe – if the breast cancer risk is addressed.
Many dental assistants in private practices are paid very little and have to do menial tasks.
Pregnant women have spoken out about nurses forcing them to undergo testing without their informed consent.
Going to gym twice a week isn’t enough to counter the effect of sitting on your backside all week.
Dentists say the reduced rates paid out by medical schemes are putting them out of business.
A simple injection could save many lives, but pregnant mothers must be encouraged to undergo checks if there appear to be any problems.
The Free State government had them arrested during a protest against their dismissal, now the workers say they will fight the charges in court.
Activists have expressed frustration at the corruption trial of Free State MEC Benny Malakoane being postponed for the fifth time.
Mothers blame themselves and their children can never give up their antiretrovirals.
An Israeli male circumcision product has not been put on hold, says the South African health department.