World Cancer Day 2019

World Cancer Day is celebrated on the 4th of February every year. It is a day that empowers all of us across the world to show support, raise our collective voice, take personal action and press our governments to do more.

General Medical Check Up

Making an appointment to go visit the doctor is not only for when an individual is sick, but it is important to go every year for check up with your GP.  These check-ups are actually very important for your doctor to see if you are on the right track at staying healthy. It also helps pick up any medical problems which you might be unaware about.

Set New Year’s goals you will be able to achieve:

At the start of the new year, individuals always try and set a list of goals to follow throughout the year.  Most people land up not accomplishing these goals due to them either being unrealistic or not truly something they want to achieve. Take a look at the 3 steps to set up new year goals for 2019.

Why Gap Cover will be beneficial for you and your family

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.

Be Sunsmart this Summer:

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

World AIDS Day

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.