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How non-communicable diseases (NCDs) can cause blindness.

In recent years, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) have risen in prominence on the global public health agenda. NCDs are not passed from person to person but are typically the result of a combination of genetic, physiological, environmental and behavioural factors, and they tend to progress slowly. The most common NCDs include cardiovascular diseases (such as heart attacks and stroke), cancers, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes.

BACTERIAL VAGINOSIS – WHY THIS COMMON CONDITION NEEDS TO BE TREATED CORRECTLY

Bacterial Vaginosis, defined as an imbalance in vaginal flora characterised by low levels of lactobacilli and an increased frequency of facultatively anaerobic bacteria, is one of the most common reproductive tract infections in women globally.

DO YOU HAVE VAGINAL DRYNESS?

Vaginal dryness is common after menopause. The symptoms can include painful intercourse, itching or burning, vaginal discomfort, and frequent urination. It’s not easy to talk about, but it’s totally normal, and more common than you think.

Dynaval – New Product Launch

Pharma Dynamics, South Africa’s leading supplier of cardiovascular medicines*, announces the addition of Dynaval (valsartan) to its extensive range of cardiovascular medicines.

Ground-breaking recycling project turns used medical consumables into much-needed school shoes for disadvantaged children.

 In a pioneering and collaborative move for the healthcare industry, a recycling project between Adcock Ingram Critical Care, Netcare, Executive Mayor, Councillor Herman Mashaba, and the City of Johannesburg, is helping hospitals deal with their safe healthcare waste in a way that creates functional new products, including school shoes for disadvantaged children.

Medpharm Publications was founded in 1988 and has established itself as the largest medical and pharmaceutical journal publisher in South Africa.
With a publications list of more than ten titles comprising of over fifty journal editions, Medpharm Publications reach more than 40 000 healthcare workers countrywide with printed editions, and has established a global audience with the online editions.
The majority of Medpharm Publications’ journals are associated with professional or scholarly societies and acts as the official South African mouthpiece in the associated discipline. All journals are web-based, most of which are fully peer-reviewed, with five titles accredited by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to earn research subsidies for academic departments.
As a publisher, passionate about journal publishing, we believe that South African researchers and clinicians can and will make a significant contribution to world medical literature.