- 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
Noise disturbs your sleep, raises blood pressure and can lead to heart disease, reports Rebecca Hardy.
- A hard pill to swallow?
On World Contraceptive Day Errol Nkonko Mutamba looks at why women are not using birth control
- Joining the fight against TB
- 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
Leap from winter to spring with grace and ease, writes Bhavini Kalan Maharaj.
- 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
The link between exercise and better health has been confirmed by three reports commissioned by Discovery Health's Vitality programme.
- Search for success
Microbicides and vaccines offer the best hope for a cure for HIV.
- Online catharsis
For many people with serious illnesses, blogging offers a way to cope and share their stories, writes Joanna Moorhead.