Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Tai chi can help breast cancer survivors get some sleep says new study

Tai chi, the traditional Chinese exercise which focuses on posture, breathing and meditation, could be beneficial in helping relieve insomnia in breast cancer survivors. That's according to a new study from American university UCLA that adds...

Knitted knockers are transforming the lives of SA’s breast cancer survivors

  Take knitting needles and cotton yarn; add a pair of patient hands and a big heart. This is the pattern for a global knitting revolution transforming the lives of mastectomy survivors, including those in...

1‚000% increase in terrorism activity in Africa since 2006

  High rates of youth unemployment and a lack of formal basic education could be a possible link to growing terrorism on the African continent‚ a new report has found. The report‚ titled “Africa at a...

Bathurst Show Supplement

IT’S all systems go at the Bathurst Showgrounds as staff and volunteers have finalised their arrangements to make certain everything is in tip-top condition for the Bathurst Agricultural Show, which begins today (Friday 31...