In this paper we want to present some of our reasons for wanting to do research into health education (H-E).
As mortality and morbidity increase due to disease of genetic aetiology, the establishment of a medical genetics service is becoming increasingly necessary in every community health programme.
Some generalizations about the diet of the Transkeian Bantu from personal observations and questioning over the past 7 years, are presented.
A qualitative dietary survey was conducted among 573 subjects in the Mount Ayliff district, Transkei.
The clinical condition of 'lower lip syndrome' is presented.
An acute form of cardiac failure, responding rapidly to a potassium-sparing diuretic, is reported as occurring in Bantu field workers on the Natal North Coast.
A soft acute transient enlargement of the parotid glands is recorded, occurring during diagnostic oesophagoscopy, in patients presenting at a cancer or oesophagus clinic.