When you have a family, there are a lot of expenses which you budget for. Making sure your family is healthy, safe and have access to the best is something every parents tries to make happen. With Gap Cover you the gap is covered in instances where there is a shortfall between what service providers charge and what your medical aid scheme will cover for in-hospital expenses. This in return takes away the stress of having to pay medical bills which are not covered.
December and January are the awareness month for Skin Cancer. It is a highly preventable disease yet South Africa has the second highest incidence of skin cancer in the world. Sunburn is inflammation of the skin caused by overexposure to harmful sun rays. Serious sunburn at a young age cause increase the chances of skin cancer later on in life
During the festive season, it is hard to keep your body fit and healthy. Your Routine is thrown out because of Parties, a lot of alcoholic beverages and days spent lounging around the pool.
World AIDs day is celebrated on the 1st of December every year. It is a day for people to unite and fight against HIV, Show support to individuals who are living with HIV and commemorate those who have died from the illness. It was the first ever Global Health Day founded in 1988.
Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women day has been celebrated on the 25th of November every year since 1981. It is a day to create a voice and create solutions for women who have been victims of violence.
International Men’s Day is celebrated on the 19th of November every year. It celebrates worldwide the positive value men bring to the world, their families and communities.
In South Africa, around 6% of the population suffers from diabetes. Make a difference this World Diabetes Day by learning ways in which to lessen your chance of getting diabetes, or finding ways of coping with it.
Today is World NET Cancer Awareness Day! It’s a day for raising the awareness of neuroendocrine cancers around the world.
Did you know that every six seconds someone, somewhere, will die of a stroke? In 2018 it was found that nearly six million people worldwide will die from a stroke. A stroke causes more deaths annually than those attributed to AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined, yet stroke remains a silent epidemic.