In today’s generation, there are a lot of common diseases going around which are extremely scary. However, there is not a lot of light brought upon the several rare diseases which affect different people around the world daily.
In today’s age, we are fortunate enough to be able to simply treat a lot of diseases with antibiotics that were previously life-threatening. Doctors have over-prescribed antibiotics in recent years.
International Epilepsy Day is a day which promotes awareness of epilepsy. It is held on the second Monday in February where people join to celebrate and recognise the problems individuals with epilepsy Face. It also recognises not only the individuals with epilepsy, but their families and their carers too. What is Epilepsy? Epilepsy is a [Read More]
Silent killers are often overlooked due to their minor symptoms in the beginning. The saying: “Out of sight, out of mind” could not be more accurate when it comes to diabetes, hepatitis and hypertension. These conditions often do not show immediately but if they are left untreated it can become life- threatening. Below, we look [Read More]
We can easily see the support for women with breast cancer, but what about men who have breast cancer? For a lot of men and women, breast cancer in males is something they are not aware of.
In a quest to maximise your results in the least time, fitness fans have been investing in wearables. These technological trackers can count your steps, monitor your sleep and determine your calorific burn. They can even guide you on your form, exertion and reps while at the gym. The latest tech wearables effortlessly monitor your [Read More]
The good news is that in February 2017, the Statistician-General, Pali Lehohla, released the latest mortality rates and causes of death report which marks a 3% decline in mortality rate. However, should you have been amongst the 460,236 deaths that were recorded, the last thing you want your family to worry about is the cost [Read More]
Our bodies are made up of cells (more than a hundred million million (100,000,000,000,000), each of which is controlled by a nucleus. The nucleus contains 23 pairs of chromosomes made up of genes. Genes are long strings of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) which instructs cells what to do. Under normal circumstances, genes make sure that cells [Read More]
Happy New Year to you from the Total Risk Administrators team! We wish you the best for a year filled with joy, good health and financial security. Families That Make Healthy Lifestyle Choices Together, Stay Healthy Together The start of a new year is a popular time to make resolutions to help you live your [Read More]