MPUMALANGA – Many moms say they are not aware of gum disease when their children are diagnosed with the condition, unaware that it can be easily prevented by good dental hygiene and brushing twice a day.
Cholera flourishes in flood situations and its prevalence is likely to increase with climate change. But the WHO believes that, with proper investment in sanitation and water plus oral vaccines, the disease can be eradicated.
To commemorate Youth Month in June, Health-e News is broadcasting a five-part adolescent health series on Morning Live (SABC 2). This insert – the second in the series – follows Mduduzi Nkosi, a youth who suffers from brittle bones disease.