Diet and Exercise? Some Clinicians Don’t Have Time to Cover Them: The Healthcare Satisfaction Survey

Diabetes touches nearly every aspect of life. It’s been said that type 1 diabetes impacts well over a hundred decisions per day, and type 2 diabetes can be just as all-consuming, especially for those that use insulin. Many members of our community divide their lives in two — before and after their diagnosis — because … Read more

Tom Felton looks back: ‘I had a nice car, a house in LA. You’re told they make you happy – they don’t’

Tom Felton in 1995 and in 2022, recreating the older photo of him reading a book called The Art Of Getting EvenTom Felton in 1995 and 2022. Later photograph: Pål Hansen/The Guardian. Styling: Andie Redman. Grooming: Frankie Nail. Archive photograph: courtesy of Tom Felton Born in Surrey in 1987, actor Tom Felton is best known … Read more

Rassie Erasmus tweets again: ‘Don’t be a parasite’ | The Citizen

SA Rugby’s director of rugby Rassie Erasmus doesn’t seem to have taken kindly to criticis of his series of tweets on Sunday questioning some of the refereeing decisions in the Springboks’ 30-26 loss to France in Marseille. Erasmus sent out a number of tweets in the hours after the match highlighting mistakes made by referee … Read more

‘Some don’t live to tell the tale, I guess I just have to live with it,’ says serial rapist’s victim | The Citizen

Six years later, the 20-year-old woman still recoils in fear when she sees someone who resembles Nkosinathi Phakathi, the man who brutally raped her. Nor can she trust many men because she believes others, just like him, are out there, waiting to pounce. She was just 14 when the convicted serial rapist lured her away … Read more

LISTEN: Career politicians don’t understand importance of education, says SADTU’s Mugwena Maluleke | The Citizen

Education is often described as being the key to success. However, the education sector in South Africa has for the longest time been plagued by various challenges, ranging from lack of sanitary facilities, overcrowding, unreliable and unsafe scholar transport, and violence in schools among other things. Senior digital reporter for The Citizen Stephen Tau invited general secretary … Read more

New Report Shows Many People with Diabetes Don’t Get the Care They Need

Nearly Half of People With Diabetes Rarely or Never Discuss Mental Health With Their Doctors, Survey Finds Diabetes Daily and Thrivable expose healthcare disparities of those living with diabetes. Cleveland, OH, November 3, 2022 — Diabetes Daily, a leading website and online community for people with diabetes, along with Thrivable, a real-time market research platform, … Read more

Don’t drop Mpontshane for Chiefs howler, pleads Pirates legend Mayoyo | The Citizen

Innocent Mayoyo says Orlando Pirates coach Jose Riveiro should not drop Siyabonga Mpontshane for the MTN8 final on Saturday.  ALSO READ: Sundowns’ Mngqithi ‘ideal fit’ should axe fall on Royal AM co-coaches The former Pirates keeper says Mpontshane has been doing well for the team until last weekend’s howler against Kaizer Chiefs in the Soweto … Read more

No, COVID vaccines don’t cause infertility. Debunking 5 myths about women’s health – National |

For the past two-and-half years, healthcare workers have had their hands full battling COVID-19 as well as the spread of conspiracy theories and misinformation around the pandemic. From fake news stories around rising stillbirths caused by the COVID-19 vaccine to baseless reports linking the shots to infertility in women, the so-called “infodemic” has threatened the … Read more