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Why HIV has fallen
Why HIV has fallen
The antenatal HIV survey for 2007 showed a possible fall in the percentage of HIV among pregnant women attending public sector antenatal facilities.
Coping with our noisy world
Coping with our noisy world
Noise disturbs your sleep, raises blood pressure and can lead to heart disease, reports Rebecca Hardy.
A hard pill to swallow?
A hard pill to swallow?
On World Contraceptive Day Errol Nkonko Mutamba looks at why women are not using birth control
Doctors urged to stop use of Ritalin
Doctors urged to stop use of Ritalin
The use of Ritalin and similar drugs is extensive and, some argue, employed indiscriminately for children diagnosed with ADHD.
Dance to nature's rhythm
Dance to nature's rhythm
Leap from winter to spring with grace and ease, writes Bhavini Kalan Maharaj.
Smoking after the gun
Smoking after the gun
A number of athletes have managed to combine sporting excellence with a cigarette habit. Peta Bee reports.
Link between fitness and wellness
Link between fitness and wellness
The link between exercise and better health has been confirmed by three reports commissioned by Discovery Health's Vitality programme.
Search for success
Search for success
Microbicides and vaccines offer the best hope for a cure for HIV.
Online catharsis
Online catharsis
For many people with serious illnesses, blogging offers a way to cope and share their stories, writes Joanna Moorhead.

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