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The color of my urine

I noticed that the colour of my urine changes all the time. Sometimes, it can be red or yellow or ...
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Covid-19 and herbs treatment

I want to know if it is true that a herbs treatment has been discovered for the treatment of COVID-19 ...
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My poor erection

I have been battling with poor erection for the past four years. I have tried several drugs without any improvement ...
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Sanwo-Olu mulls long-term loan facility for health investors

Lagos State governor, Mr.Babajide Sanwo-Olu,  said the state government has started to work out modalities for the creation of an ...
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Hepatitis silent disease on the prowl in Nigeria — Expert

Hepatitis is a common but deadly cause of liver disease. Dr Adegboyega Akere, a consultant gastroenterologist at the University College ...
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Kaduna health facilities engage in promoting breast milk substitute

Save the Children International (SCI), an NGO, has alleged that some health facilities in Kaduna state are engaged in promoting ...
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Lemon promotes early recovery from malaria

Lemon has been used historically to fight food poisoning, malaria, typhoid fever and scurvy. Although, lemons did not suffice as ...
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Reduce eating of raw onion — Experts

Onions have a plethora of health benefits to offer, from better libido, ache-free skin to improved immunity. In fact, clinical ...
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Eat a plate of pepper soup, boost your libido

Food and sex have a long, complicated history. For years, people have talked about some foods that work on both ...
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Shame, stigma and suffering from mental illness

Example 1: Bolanle is eight years old and the third child of a wealthy family. However, it became clear as ...
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Psychosocial Disability Awareness Month: The need for psychosocial interventions and the mental health bill

MRS Bolarinwa is a 35-year-old civil servant with a 10-year-old boy, Akin, who had a diagnosis of autism and severe ...
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Psychosocial Disability Awareness Month: Why is it important?

Case A: Ngozi was a second-year university student when she was diagnosed as having a bipolar disorder. She suffered a ...
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Ita-Giwa turns passion to business

‘Mama Bakassi’ as female politician, Senator Florence Ita-Giwa, is known is a woman favoured with the gift of turning everything ...
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What push-ups can tell about your heart

Can you do 40 push ups? No, not over the course of a month, but in a row? If not, ...
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Five menstruation myths you must leave behind

Approximately half of the world’s population experiences, will experience, or has experienced menstruation, and yet myths about this biological process ...
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What to do about hepatitis B when pregnant?

Around the world, the most common mode of hepatitis B transmission is from mother to child. Unfortunately, pregnant mothers who ...
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Exercising during pregnancy benefits both mother, new baby ­—Experts

Expectant mothers receive an avalanche of information about potential risks to their babies. There’s a growing list of foods, toxins ...
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COVID-19: How safe are schools?

ON Monday, schools in Oyo State opened to children in existing classes to prepare for their examinations. Although the usual ...
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How workers can improve their eye health in 2020

At the turn of a new decade and the rise of smart devices ever increasing amongst businesses, how can companies ...
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Is eating more plant-based foods the secret to eye health?

THERE are a few spots in the body better designed than others. The skull is pretty good. Opposable thumbs are ...
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Could junk food lead to poor eye health with age

Aim to fill your plate with fruit, dairy, poultry, fish, and vegetables—instead of processed and fried foods—research suggests. According to ...
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