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  • Some Of The Healthiest Foods To Have For Breakfast

    It is true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it should absolutely be a part of your daily routine. This said, eating the right foods can give you energy and prevent you from eating too much during the rest of the day. EggsEggs are very […] More

  • Ibuprofen Can Cause Male Infertility – Researchers

    Danish and French researchers say the use of Ibuprofen can alter the testicular physiology of men and consequently lead to infertility. The researchers said other analgesics like Paracetamol might also lower fertility but they only focused on Ibuprofen because of its increasing popularity. Previous research by the team, which focused […] More

  • Alcohol Damages DNA, Increases Cancer Risk , New Study Says

    Alcohol can cause irreparable damage to DNA of stem cells, leading to an increase in the risk of cancer, says a new study. The research was conducted by scientists from the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK. The new study shows that taking alcohol could have more dire […] More

  • See The 13 Facts About Farting You Probably Didn’t Know

    Everyone farts but have we ever taken a moment to think about the science and history behind it?   1. Females tend to fart less than males. 2. First used in 1962, fart means the wind coming out of the anus. Pretty apt don’t you think? 3. A normal human […] More

  • Forgetting Names May Mean Your Blood Pressure Is Rising

    Many people go about their lives unaware that their blood pressure levels may be creeping higher, even as it is maintained within the normal range, as they age or add on extra pounds. Things you take for granted – like remembering names or your ability to think or learn – […] More

  • Tomatoes And Apples Can Repair Damaged Lungs – New Study

    ​Smokers who quit smoking and live on a diet high in tomatoes and fruits, particularly apples, have better chances of restoring their lung functions impaired by smoking, a new study finds. The study, published in the December issue of the European Respiratory Journal, said former smokers who eat more tomatoes […] More

  • HIV/AIDS: How Stigmatisation Can Worsen Patient’s Health

    ​Nigeria is the most populous African nation and of all people living with HIV globally, 9% of them live in Nigeria. The official HIV prevalence, according to UNAIDS in Nigeria is 3.2% of the adult population. Nigeria has an estimate of 3.4 million people living with HIV, second only after South […] More

  • How To Workout Without Hitting The Gym – Kemen

    ​Ex-BBNaija 2017 housemate, Ekemini Ekerete better known as Kemen, has urged Nigerians to exercise early in life to enhance healthy living. He made this known in an interview with NAN on the sideline of the ‘Fitline Fitness Event’ organised by Bodyline fitness and gym on Saturday in Abuja. “Make exercise […] More

  • How Hard Toothbrushes Damage Your Gum

    ​Hard brushes do not adapt to the contour of the teeth and cannot clean efficiently. They are also too abrasive for the tissues of your teeth and gum. They basically take away more than the stains that many use them to remove. This is why they are rarely ever recommended by […] More

  • 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Bleach Your Skin

    ​The skin is one of the largest organs in the body; its functions range from the protection of internal organs to regulation of body temperature. In some parts of the world, dark complexioned people are considered less attractive, hence, some people opt for skin whitening or bleaching creams, pills and […] More

  • Why Relationships Are Good For Your Health

    ​As much as you may get your heart broken one too many times or get betrayed by friends and associates, relationships are still good for your health, studies have shown. It is true that relationships may come with so much pain that quitting altogether sometimes becomes an option. Although you […] More

  • 6 Amazing Health Benefits Of Red Palm Oil

    ​Red palm oil is highly nutritious and naturally stacked with high amounts of saturated fat, vitamins, and antioxidants. This vegetable oil, mainly used for cooking, is obtained from the pulp of the of the fruit of oil palms. It gets its reddish colour from beta-carotene and lycopene, the same nutrients […] More

  • Pregnant Women Who Sleep On Their Backs Stand Risk Of Stillbirth

    ​Pregnant women who are in their last trimester are advised to sleep on their side and not their backs to reduce the risk of stillbirths. This advice is from a study published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG), which said women who sleep on their backs have at least […] More

  • 30 Nigerian Children Die Every One Hour – Report

    ​No fewer than 30 children die every hour in Nigeria, Cordinator of the National Malaria Elimination Programme in the Federal Ministry of Health has revealed. Cordinator of the National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP) in the Federal Ministry of Health, Audu Muhammed has made a shocking  disclosure in Abuja saying that […] More

  • Must Read: Breast Cancer And What You Must Know About It

    ​I had one of the greatest “rude awakenings” last week, when a regular reader of this column, who was off the radar for some time, sent me a Whatsapp text from United States stating “doc, I am in US now, I have breast cancer, and I just had surgery(partial mastectomy) […] More

  • 10 Quick Facts To Know About The Monkey-Pox, Disease Already Ravaged Eleven States

    ​In people, the manifestations of monkeypox are milder than the side effects of smallpox. Monkeypox starts with fever, cerebral pain, muscle hurts, and fatigue. The fundamental contrast between side effects of smallpox and monkeypox is that monkeypox makes lymph swell (lymphadenopathy). The Commissioner, who stated this while briefing on Saturday […] More

  • List of States With Suspected and Confirmed Monkeypox Cases

    ​The federal government of Nigeria has released an update on the state of the monkeypox virus in Nigeria. Here’s an infographic revealing states with suspected and confirmed monkeypox cases. States with suspected cases: FCTNasarawaEkitiLagosDeltaEnuguImoRiversAkwa IbomCross River Confirmed cases: Bayelsa A total of 86 suspected cases have been reported with 294 people being […] More

  • 5 Drugs That Get Nigerians High Far More Than Marijuana

    ​The codeine culture is getting more intensed in north and in urban ranges of Southern Nigeria. It is the most loved medication of decision for some addicts in the nation. While the emphasis is appropriately on codeine, it ought to be said that there are different medications that are prevalent […] More

  • 3 Pimples Wrong Facts That Are Not True

    ​Pimples are just nasty. It’s a fact that we all have to live with at one point or the other in our life though some more than others, others much longer than most. Nah scratch that — It’s a really annoying fact of life, which is why is difficult to […] More

  • New Study Says Divorce Is Genetic, Not Psychological

    ​Children of divorced parents are more likely to get divorced when compared to those who grew up in two-parent households. According to a study by researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University and Lund University in Sweden, this is caused by genetics and not psychological factors. The researchers analysed Swedish population registries and found that people […] More

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