[et_pb_row] Award winning professor of physiology and Fulbright scholarship recipient Faadiel Essop excitedly explains his newest venture, a heart centre for Stellenbosch University. Hayley Grammer talks to him about his profession and plans. Henk Oets takes photos.
[et_pb_row] DIABETES is an escalating health crisis in both developed and developing countries. Diabetes-induced illnesses and death are a major concern, with 4.6 million people dying globally each year. The international diabetes Federation (IDF) estimated that 366 mi
[et_pb_row] DIABETES is an escalating health crisis, and diabetes-induced illnesses and deaths are a major concern - with 4.6 million people dying globally each year. The International Diabetes Federation estimated that 466 million individuals worldwide suffered from di
[et_pb_row] The prevalence of diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate in especially low and middle income countries. Type 2 diabetes, typically mediated by, among other things, genetics and family history, excess body weight and sedentary lifestyles, makes up the gre
[et_pb_row] Mense eet nie net verkeerd nie, hulle slaap te min en stres hulself letterlik dood. Dit is die boodskap van prof. Faadiel Essop, voorsitter van die Universiteit Stellenbosch se departement van fisiologiese wetenskappe, wat gister sy intreerede as professor g