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World Salt Awareness Week commemorated from 20 - 26 March worldwide, aims to sensitise, create awareness and educate the public about the dangers of consuming excessive salt in order improve the diet of individuals and promote healthy living.
Finding innovative, cleaver and lateral solutions to all the problems we have encountered has helped us get through most hurdles", he adds.
"We have been backed by some very successful South African entrepreneurs and have worked with large trusts and education institutions to ensure we are well funded" he says.
See more details In response to the large HIV epidemic, the National Department of Health has embarked on a combination prevention approach to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support.
Joburg-born Doug Hoernle (25) is transforming the educational landscape in the country with what he calls an interactive textbook.
See more details The Department of Health will commemorate national World TB Day 24 March in Thaba -nchu, Free State province targeting leaders across different sectors to raise awareness and knowledge of TB including prevention and treatment amongst South Africans.
See more details Department of Health joins the world to celebrate World Kidney Day campaign to create awareness nd educate the public about the importance of kidneys to our health as well as reduce the impact of kidney disease.
See more details The South African Nursing Council invites midwiferies, registered professional nurses and registered nurses with the Council to submit names to be considered for appointment by the Minster of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi at the Council.