Aesthetic Gynaecology

Aesthetic Gynaecology is a new and highly specialised discipline of Gynaecology and is considered to be the connection of three specialties: Gynaecology, Cosmetic Surgery and Dermatology. It involves surgical and non-surgical treatment of the female reproductive systems. The procedures are often cosmetic, but are also conducted for functional purposes such as enhancing sexual experience and […]

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How Tea Has Empowered women Through the Ages

Drinking tea has played a central role in the lives of women across the globe for centuries… It’s hard to imagine a world without tea, but like much of written history, the tale of women’s roles and how instrumental they were in shaping tea commerce as we know it today, has not been well-told. Women […]

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Ponytail May Be Leading to Some Headaches

Some headache and migraine sufferers develop sensitivity of the scalp from all the pain that they experience. This means that things that normally would not cause pain or discomfort, start to cause problems. Wearing a tight ponytail would normally cause no discomfort, but in migraine sufferers who have developed a highly sensitive scalp, wearing a […]

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SA Women’s Risk of Ante- and Postnatal Depression Four Times Greater Than Gobal Average

During Mental Illness Awareness Month this July special emphasis will be placed on the alarmingly high rates of depression globally and locally among women who are about to give birth (antenatal) and those who have given birth (postnatal). According to the World Health Organisation, about 10% to 13% of women experience antenatal and postnatal depression […]

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