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Image: Lavender in Lavender Hill on Dagbreek, Kyknet All natural lavender home, body and food products with a social conscience

With its rich fragrance, it’s delicious taste, and its array of positive health benefits, lavender tea is loved by both casual tea-drinkers and by tea-drinkers looking to improve their health.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD), Health
Image: Next year St Joseph's Home celebrates 80 years of caring for Vulnerable Children. Established in 1935 by the Pallottine Missionary Sisters.

The Pallottine Missionary Sisters, armed with their belief, passion and forward thinking, started a paediatric health and wellness model, which focused on the total wellbeing of the child.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: World Prematurity Day - and to those supporters of "Wear Purple for Preemies"campaign. LITTLE by LITTLE we will reach our goal

Many thanks to you, all your families, friends and colleagues for helping us raise so much awareness for World Prematurity Day this year. With YOUR help, we have had a fantastic response and distributed over 13000 stickers nationwide.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: A day to remember little lives lost - - CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation has designated the last Sunday of every November to be a day of remembrance

This November 30, join us in remembering those children who have lost their lives after valiantly battling against the scourge of childhood cancer. While up to 80% of young ones affected by childhood cancer can be cured, especially if diagnosed early, there are those sweet souls who are taken. It is to their families that our hearts reach out at this time.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: World Toilet Day –  a persistent concern More than 2.5-billion people with no access to sanitation. In South Africa, diarrhoea is the greatest killer of children under five

This is a global issue, with more than 2.5-billion people not having access to a clean toilet. According to a report prepared for World Toilet Day, 1.1-billion people have to defecate in the open due to lack of access to any ablution facilities.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Health
Image: Sea Harvest launches the 5th Kids for Kids Initiative for the Red Cross Children’s Hospital - Sea Harvest is honoured to assist with essential projects at the hospital

The annual Kids for Kids initiative kicks off for the fifth successive year this November, Sea Harvest will donate the money raised to the Children’s Hospital Trust, fundraiser for the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital and paediatric healthcare in the Western Cape.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Health
Image: Unilever launches Dove Self Esteem Project Helping to Build Self Esteem in Children

Unilever South Africa has recently launched the Dove Self Esteem Project locally. The company strives to create a brighter future for all South Africans with a specific focus on children, communities and farmers and the Dove Self Esteem Project, which focuses on impacting children and communities for the better, ties into the company’s social responsibility objective.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: ST JOSEPH’S HOME FOR CHRONICALLY ILL CHILDREN launches a multi-million rand renovation project.

An official sod-turning ceremony marked the start of a three year multi-million rand building and renovations project at St Joseph’s Home (SJH) for Chronically Ill Children in Montana, Cape Town   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health, Social & Community
Image: Wear a ribbon to help and honour children fighting cancer - your contribution will go towards CHOC’s Childhood Cancer Awareness month

Talk of ‘ribbons’ immediately brings to mind medals earned for achievement – valour in a war, a decoration for excellence in sport…    Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health, Women Empowerment

The Perinatal Mental Health Project (PMHP) requires the services of a Research Officer / Senior Research Officer.     Read More...




Health
Image: Jenny Morris goes to jail in aid of The Sunflower Fund

Food Network celebrity chef Jenny Morris aka the Giggling gourmet will be jailed and held in custody on the 20 September 2014 to help raise funds for The Sunflower Fund. She will be kept in a cage as a prisoner at the Cape Quarter Centre, Waterkant Street, Green Point until she reaches her targeted bail amount.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Health
Image:  kulula partners with the Children’s Hospital Trust kulula.com, South Africa’s favourite airline, has recently partnered with the Children’s Hospital Trust to fly children from all over South Africa in desperate need of medical treatment to the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Health, Social & Community
Image: Cookie donation for The Children’s Hospital Trust 20th Anniversary

On Tuesday 3rd June 2014 The Children’s Hospital Trust was the recipient of 250 bags of delicious cookies thanks to the generous support of Cape Cookies. This year the Children’s Hospital Trust is celebrating their 20th anniversary as a fundraiser for the Red Cross Children’s Hospital   Read More...




Disability, Health
Image: Casual Day participants celebrate international Diversity Day Diversity Day - 21 May 2014

21 May is UNESCO’s World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. To mark it, the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities SA (NCPPDSA) is launching a campaign in celebration of our individual uniqueness.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
Image: Tattoo-a-thon goes global Aims to raise R 750 000 for children’s cancer charity

06 June 2014: The third annual Tattoo-a-thon will make its debut across the globe to run concurrently with the same event in South Africa. Tattoo studios in eight cities around the country will host the event on the 6th of June with the aim of raising R750, 000 for CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation South Africa.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Health
- promoting family healthy living and disease prevention to tens of thousands of people in underprivileged communities.

Civil society, big business and the Government teamed up from 02 to 04 April 2014 to promote family healthy living and disease prevention by implementing a massive, annual campaign that provides comprehensive, free health care services to tens of thousands of people in underprivileged communities.

 
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COMPANY NEWS , Health
Image: Lifebuoy offers tips to help more children reach the age of five - Contributes to Lifebuoy’s goal to change the hand washing behaviour of 20 million South Africans by 2015

Simple steps to ensure healthy hand hygiene habits from Lifebuoy:   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Health
Image: FLORA saves lives in Villiersdorp Villiersdorp residents have shown the nation that they have heart by coming together in a commitment to lower their cholesterol and get heart healthy

96% of the Flora 21 Day Cholesterol Challenge participants successfully lowered their cholesterol. Villiersdorp residents have shown the nation that they have heart by coming together in a commitment to lower their cholesterol and get heart healthy in the Flora 21 Day Cholesterol Challenge.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , HEADLINES, Health
Image: Why you should get involved in International Chilhood Cancer Day Because children are our future, they are our country’s true VIPs. They are, in fact, our Most Very Important People – which is why there is a crying urgency to create awareness of childhood cancer and the fact that, if detected early, most forms can be cured.   Read More...



HEADLINES, Health
Image: Benefits of Ethical Review in African Research In recent years, large-scale multinational research in developing countries has become the order of the day. In African countries where sociological, epidemiological and developmental contexts are of interest to various disciplines – and where there is a greater prevalence of diseases with a global impact, such as HIV, TB and malaria – research activities are carried out at an amplified scale.   Read More...


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