Women on certain epilepsy, tuberculosis and HIV medications should consult a doctor before switching to Implanon Nxt as some of these mediations can reduce the implant’s effectiveness. (File photo)

Paying people to prevent HIV?

Public interventions that pay people to adopt healthy habits have become increasingly popular over the past decade. Apparently, us...

Two South African teas could potentially be used to treat cancer.

SA teas pack a cancer punch

Two distinctly South African teas have been fingered for their potential to treat two of the country’s biggest cancer...

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