Pay R90 instead of R180 for a one-year subscription to Health Intelligence magazine (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a one-year subscription to Health Intelligence Magazine
- Includes editions 10 to 16
- Sharp and impactful writing style
- Thoroughly researched articles
- Delve into health issues
- Ideal as a gift
- The subscription starts with the current edition i.e. edition 10 (subscription will include edition 10-16), OR with the most current edition
- Groupon redeemable until 31 October 2011
- Multiple purchases per person
- Subscription form must be FULLY completed
- Postage failures may only be corrected once and upon re-confirmation of delivery address. A third attempt will involve a cost to the subscriber
- Only valid within South Africa (South Africa postal only)
- Forms will be sent to Groupon holders for completion. Subscriptions are only activated with a returned form (onus on customer to return form to email@example.com or fax to 086 270 1952)
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Offer only valid while stocks last or until close of deal
Before paper, town criers and little boys in poor-boy caps atop wooden boxes were forced to shout out news for 23 hours per day, until they mysteriously lost their voices and were wiped out of existence by a stampede of ordinary townsfolk. Get your less irksome version of the news on a regular basis with today’s Groupon: a one-year subscription to Health Intelligence magazine for R90.
Unlike regular mass appeal magazines that tend to throw around terms like “well-being”, “healthy living” and “that body you’ve always dreamed of”, Health Intelligence takes an in-depth approach to provide content that is both challenging and bold. Daring to go where no magazine has gone, the magazine takes a more sceptical stance on the science of current health issues, exposing hidden truths by digging far deeper than an average spade. Guidance is advised by a team of medical elites including no less than 30 specialists ranged from cardiologists to gynaecologists. From cancer breakthroughs to bio-identical hormones and face fillers to arthritis, each article is thoroughly researched and backed up by ample references and peer-reviewed studies, ensuring that the report you get is more accurate than it would have been if you’d heard it in the barn, from the horse’s mouth.
Displaying a brand new swagger with a modern new look, the dynamic read’s outside matches its sharp and witty penmanship inside. Having outsold both new and established health titles, the brainy health magazine’s content speaks for itself with a loyal following at its beck and call. For those tired of articles that seem to be regurgitating the same stories with dynamism lacking in loads, the Health Intelligence mag is like the light at the end of the narrow tunnel; a gutsy and gripping read with a hint of panache.
What to expect in the next issue:
- EIGHT MYTHS OF BIODENTICAL HORMONES – Clearing up the confusion
- WHO’S GOT YOUR DOCTOR’S BACK? – The ethics, the patients and the law
- CONTAMINATION, COVER-UPS AND COMING CLEAN – Top pharmaceutical company’s dirty tricks
- ARE YOU A HIGH-FUNCTIONING ALCOHOLIC? – On the rocks, but not rock bottom
- FRACTURED MIND – A link to prescription medicine and illicit drugs
- HYSTERECTOMIES ARE 90% UNNECESSARY – Don’t have the cut unless it’s cancer
- HEAVY METAL FISH – The mercury on our menus
- FILLERS AND THE FACE OF YOUTH – A top aesthetic doctor gives the facts
Book Fact: Around the corner from a unicorn statues store in Patagonia, a 75-year old man recycles chopsticks and turns them into blank booklets. The man, Josef Arnold, has been doing this for 64 years and sells his finished products at the Patagonian flea market.