Health

Is walking good for me?

Is walking good for me?

I have been reading lately about the many advantages of walking. I am a recently-retired 60- year- old woman. I ...
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When to test

When to test for covid

I was recently exposed to my roommate who was later diagnosed with COVID-19 infection. Although I don’t have any complaints, ...
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drink enough water every morning

9 reasons you should drink enough water every morning

Drinking water every morning after waking up is very important and beneficial to the body. Water is the fuel that ...
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too many carbonated drinks

If you drink too many carbonated drinks, these 10 things can happen to you

Carbonated drinks are usually our run-to whenever we are thirsty, hungry, or in search of sweet liquids. However, excessive intake ...
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‘Malnutrition should raise concern about TB in children’

‘Malnutrition should raise concern about TB in children’

Tuberculosis (TB), an infectious disease, can kill in a few years if not treated. In this interview by SADE OGUNTOLA, ...
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effectiveness of BPH medication

How pomegranate seed enhances effectiveness of BPH medication

As men age, many experience prostate gland enlargement. This condition is known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) which is quite ...
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condiment that also relieves pain

Pineapple peel, malaria remedy condiment that also relieves pain — Study

T HE practice of using different components of plant parts as a herbal remedy in the treatment of malaria in ...
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Beer wine and drug interactions

Beer, wine, and drug interactions

ALCOHOL consumption skyrocketed in 2020. While usage has tapered since the peak of the pandemic, providers should continue to talk ...
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The shame in discussing men’s mental health

Baba Goni is a 42-year-old Bank Manager who has always provided responsibly for his family. He is proud to take ...
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Confessions of a witch

Dr. Afolabi Tiamiyu is a US-based physician and the featured guest writer of this article. There is always some measure ...
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insecurity

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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Expert harps on need for children to have self control, deworming, BNSL initiates micronutrients

Children risk malnutrition with open defecation

OPEN defecation is the human practice of defecating outside (in the open) rather than into a toilet. Over a billion ...
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Newborn screening saves lives

Newborn screening saves lives, improves chances of survival

At the age of six months, Haleem’s first-born son, who was initially healthy at birth, began developing bouts of fever ...
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Expert harps on need for children to have self control, deworming, BNSL initiates micronutrients

Bruises: Recognising when a child is physically abused

BRUISES may seem like something normal for playful kids. However, even small bruises can signify something much more serious: child ...
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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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Vegetables

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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