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Waiting Periods, Explained

Waiting Periods, Explained

Waiting Periods, Explained Dec 7, 2019 Medical scheme waiting periods explained When joining a medical scheme for the first time, new members may not understand why they have a waiting period before they are able to claim. Considering that a medical scheme operates a...
Netcare 911’s Holiday Safety Guide

Netcare 911’s Holiday Safety Guide

Netcare 911’s Holiday Safety Guide Nov 25, 2019 What you need to know Holiday safety is very important, especially during the holiday times when families gather, parties are scheduled and travel spikes. It is important to think about basic precautions to ensure...
How to choose a medical scheme

How to choose a medical scheme

How to choose a medical scheme Aug 7, 2019 How to choose a medical scheme that will see you through thick and thin What is important when choosing a medical scheme for you and your family or even for your employees? Josua Joubert, Chief Executive Officer and Principal...
Ladies First

Ladies First

Ladies First Jun 18, 2019 We know that women hold up at least half the sky and in-between juggling work commitments and caring for their families, they’ll be busy multitasking something. Women tend to be great at prioritizing the healthcare needs of others ahead of...
Listen Up Gents

Listen Up Gents

Listen Up Gents Jun 11, 2019 Prostate problems are one of the most common conditions affecting men today? With more than 4 000 men, some as young as 40, being diagnosed with prostate cancer in South Africa every year. A prostate check, together with a prostate...
What’s For Lunch?

What’s For Lunch?

What’s For Lunch? Jun 4, 2019 Minimally processed starchy foods, such as whole-wheat/rye bread, brown rolls,whole-wheat pasta, brown rice or quinoa; as the base of your lunch meal. Include foods from at least one of the following food groups: Vegetables and...

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