Thursday, November 23, 2017

Two days to 4Peaks race

The 4Peaks Mountain Challenge will enlighten those who think the Free State is a flat part on the N1 on your way to Cape...

Rocklands Gym Squad is all about fitness

While most of us were still enjoying a few more hours of sleep, Rocklands gym bunnies put a pep in their step and hurried...

Big Gym Squads activation this weekend

Local fitness guru, Ben Zwane, will be at it again this weekend doing what he does best during the free weekly BarOne Gym Squads...

Symptoms of high blood pressure

Hypertension, also known as high or raised blood pressure, is described as a condition in which the blood vessels have persistently raised pressure. Blood...

Strenuous exercise may cause hair loss

Excessive exercise places enormous energy demands on the body which may result in hair loss, says leading global hair expert, Dr Adolf Klenk. Klenk, who...

How getting fit helps you wake up in the winter

Winter is upon us and the colder months can make it difficult to wake up in the mornings. Leaving a warm and comfy bed...

Why protective sports eyewear is important

A sprained ankle cannot change a child’s life, but an eye injury can. Protective sports eyewear is similar to seatbelts, car seats and bicycle helmets....

3 Free car games to play with the kids

Avoid the annoying question ‘are we there yet’ with games so fun, they make the journey as good as reaching the destination. Scavenger Bingo This fun...

Obesity on the rise among SA children

Childhood obesity is on the rise with 25% of children being overweight and 10% of them obese. This is according to the Healthy Active...

FS Health observes National Burn Awareness Week

The winter season often renders children and minors vulnerable to burn injuries. In observance of National Burn Awareness Week, the Free State MEC for Health,...

Children having children in the Free State

Twenty seven primary school learners in the Free State between grade 3 and grade 7 were reported to have fallen pregnant in 2016. This is...

Today, 31 years ago, WHO declared HIV/Aids a worldwide epidemic

The World Health Organisation (WHO), declared HIV/Aids as a worldwide epidemic on 13 September 1985. It is still unknown and there are only speculations...

Natural salt no better than table salt

As food and cooking are popularised through TV cooking shows and celebrity chefs, consumers are increasingly seeking better alternatives to mass produced commercial products....

10 Benefits Of Travelling Alone

If you want to go and travel alone at least once in your life, here are the top reasons why you need to do...

Cheetahs do it for cancer

The Toyota Cheetahs are doing their bit for the fight against cancer. On Wednesday morning at the Toyota Stadium in the City of Roses, Cheetahs...

New hospital an asset

A new hospital that will accommodate residents of the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality, as well as South African citizens, is currently under construction. The health facility...

Life Renal Dialysis supports World Kidney Day 10 March 2016

Kidney disease affects millions of people worldwide, including many children who may be at risk at an early age. Some are often born with...
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