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1Life Insurance
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1Life offers affordable, simple and convenient financial products that meet the needs of all South Africans.
1Life offers affordable, simple and convenient financial products that meet the needs of all South Africans.

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Fathers are so much more than just an extra set of hands. Good fathers make a difference in their children’s lives in unexpected ways, say researchers: http://1life.co/dads-boost-kids
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This week is #ObesityWeek. If you want to be fit and healthy, our expert recommends making these food swaps: http://1life.co/food-weight-loss
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It’s #BreastCancerMonth. Contact your local CANSA Care Centre to arrange a free clinical breast exam: www.cansa.org.za
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Don’t spend a fortune on keeping your house clean! Use these tips to cut the cost of cleaning products: http://1life.co/save-cleaning-products
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Violet, the winner of our Financial Makeover competition, had her second session with Money Psychologist Winnie Kunene and learnt all about the snowball method of tackling debt: http://1life.co/violet-tackles-debts
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How much life, dread and disability insurance do you need? Complete a financial needs analysis to find out. Here’s how: http://1life.co/over-under-insured
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This month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. How do you know if you have a genetic risk of breast cancer? Find out here: http://1life.co/breast-cancer-gene
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Reduce your risk of getting breast cancer by exercising, managing your weight and avoiding alcohol and cigarettes. #BreastCancerMonth
(Source: CANSA)
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Do monthly breast self-examinations and ask your gynaecologist or GP for an annual clinical breast exam. Symptom-free women should go for a mammogram every year from the age of 40. #BreastCancerMonth
(Source: CANSA)
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An earlobe crease or oddly shaped fingernails could indicate an illness. Take note of these unusual symptoms: http://1life.co/signs-not-healthy
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