Lactose Intolerance

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In a world where dairy products seem to be a predominant in many diets, a significant portion of the world’s population faces a unique challenge; lactose intolerance. This common digestive disorder can cause discomfort and inconvenience, however, with the right knowledge and strategies, those affected can still enjoy a balanced and satisfying diet. And it […]

INSOMNIA

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Introduction Sleep is an essential aspect of our lives, promoting physical and mental well-being. However, millions of individuals worldwide suffer from a common sleep disorder known as insomnia. It is characterized by difficulties in falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing poor sleep quality. It can have harmful effects on a person’s overall health, productivity, and […]

The Sweet Truth: Obesity and the Impact of Sugar on Health

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Obesity has become a global health crisis, affecting individuals of all ages and backgrounds. While multiple factors contribute to obesity, one significant culprit is the excessive consumption of sugar. It is important to note that there is a connection between obesity and sugar intake; an unhealthy relationship that poses great risks to the human body. […]

Health Talk on Tobacco

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Cervical Cancer

January is cervical cancer awareness month. Cervical cancer is a gender specific cancer because it affects only women. It is also the fourth most common cancer in women. In 2018, an estimated 570,000 women worldwide were diagnosed with the disease and about 311 000 women died from the disease. This article will provide answers to […]

Making a Plan

This post is being written in January around the time of the year when people make plans for how they will achieve the ambitions they have for their year. This is just a guide to help you make a plan. it’s not just something that works for January, the principles here will work for just […]

Infertility: the new king in the room

Fertility is the quality of being able to produce children. Many people are interested in having children, sadly about 10-15% (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3717046/) of couples experience difficulty In having children. The journey to parenthood can be challenging and these challenges are increasing with about 5-10% per year (https://www.singlecare.com/blog/news/infertility-statistics/). The need for Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) is also […]

I Spoke To Kidney – “Drink water, problem no dey finish”

This week, in commemoration of World Kidney Day, I spoke to Kidney about his job. He told me how he sees his job as baby sitting human beings, his relationship with Liver, hatred of salt, and fear of Hypertension. There’s something for people that like mixing creams as well. Hi Kidney, it’s so nice to […]

Fitness Tips While Working From Home

Working from home can be amazing. No more rush hour traffic, the stress of your daily commute is gone, and best of all, you get to answer calls from your favorite couch. It is amazing! But, there’s a downside to this. Working from home makes you less physically active.[bctt tweet=”Working from home makes you less […]

Are You Happy?

4/December/2020 Hi You, December is here. November was a hectic month for me. How was it for you? There’s this fantastic book I read some time ago, ‘The Book Of Joy’. It was written by the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. I find myself thinking about the book from time to time, especially when things are tough. […]