World Health Day is celebrated on the 7th of April every year. It is a day for people to realise their right to the highest possible level of health. Every year it is celebrated by raising awareness for a specific health topic.
Doctors in modern times are educated in taking a more patient-centered focused towards their practice. This is when a doctor takes their time educating their patients about their disease and/or conditions.
With it being the International Day of Happiness, TRA wanted to look into how happiness can affect you and your health. There has recently been a mass of research stating that happiness and good health go hand in hand. It has been found that happiness makes our hearts healthier and our immune systems stronger- which results in living longer.
Prostate Cancer is one of the five top cancers found South African men. It is a slow growing cancer so individuals who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer are in no rush to make any decisions.
Every single person who is diagnosed with breast cancer reacts differently to the various forms of treatment. This means that the recovery time does vary from person to person. However, the different types of breast cancer can determine an estimated recovery time.
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]