All You Need to Know About Washing Hands

11 Dec 2018 Blog

Believe it or not, your mother was right, keeping your hands clean is half the battle won when trying to stay germ and disease free. One of the best and most effective ways to improving your hygiene is to wash your hands.

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Dos and Don’ts When Someone is Having a Stroke

15 Nov 2018 Blog

A stroke is something that can happen anywhere, at any time and gives no warning of occurring. It occurs usually because of a blood clot in the brain. People suffering from a stroke may be unable to walk, talk or even come across as confused. It can not only be a frightening experience for the one going through it, but also for those witnessing it.

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Ways to Prevent Malaria Inside and Outside the House

15 Nov 2018 Uncategorized

One of the most wide-spread and deadly mosquito borne diseases in the world, malaria continues to claim hundreds of thousands of victims every year. This insidious disease is presented with flu-like symptoms that commences with chills and high fever. This can later morph into presenting symptoms including, vomiting, nausea, headaches, coughing, and fatigue among others.

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10 Tips For New Mothers


Being a first-time parent is a tough job, especially when you have no one to advice you around. Thanks to the internet, however, there are a number of resources out there to help you you’re your baby through this period. From feeding to sleep patterns to getting their cribs sorted, there are a number of things a parent needs to be aware of.

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9 Foods That Can Stabilise Your Blood Sugar

12 Nov 2018 Blog, Diabetes Care


Diabetes has become one of the most common lifestyle diseases in the world today, almost 1 in 11 of the world’s adult population is victim to this disease. The worst part about this pandemic is that doctors around the world believe that as many as 46% of the people suffering from this disease are yet to be diagnosed.

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Foods That are Terrible for your Eyes

12 Nov 2018 Blog, Ophthalmology

Foods That are Terrible for your Eyes

We have all heard about foods that are supposed to do wonders for the eyes. Similarly, the corollary is bound to be true. There are a number of foods out there that can be causing serious damage to your eyes.

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SADCAS Approved Labs now at RMC

31 Oct 2018 Blog


The South African Development Community Accreditation Services, or SADCAS, is an accreditation body that works across economies. RMC joins the elite league of SADCAS approved labs in the region. SADCAS has been working for over a decade to provide accredited medical services to people in the region of Africa. We are very glad to be associated and approved by this esteemed not-for-profit organisation. This multi-country accreditation organisation has been working to satisfy the accreditation needs of SADC states that do not have their own accreditation facilities.

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People With Arthritis

Best Exercises for People With Arthritis

20 Oct 2018 Blog, Orthopedics

When we hear the word arthritis, the first image that comes to our mind are the aching knees of grandma. This dated notion, however, does not hold true anymore. Arthritis, as a whole, encompasses over 150 conditions. A more accurate description of this term would be musculoskeletal conditions. These conditions largely affect the muscles, bones and joints of the body.

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