Overview Of Contraception: Similarities, Differences And Defining Characteristics Amongst Users of Traditional And Orthodox Methods of Contraception

On 24/Aug/2019 / In Articles

BY CORRESPONDING AUTHOR: EKEOCHA ONYINYE H. INITIATOR: DR. (MRS.) CHINWEUBA ANTHONIA U. DATE: JULY, 2019   INTRODUCTION Evidence of contraception exists in some of the earliest written records. The pract[...]

How to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk – Study

On 23/Aug/2019 / In Articles

Breast cancer prevention starts with healthy habits, such as limiting alcohol and staying active. If you’re concerned about developing breast cancer, some risk factors, such as family history, can’t be chan[...]

New Proteins in Snail Slime Provide Novel Antibiotics

On 23/Aug/2019 / In Articles

A scientist has made a breakthrough in the search for new antibiotics, after rowing with her biologist husband over his research into garden snails.Dr. Sarah Pitt identified antibacterial properties in the slime, which[...]

Aerobic Exercise Programmes May Improve Endurance, Walking After Stroke

On 23/Aug/2019 / In Articles

Stroke survivors who completed group-based aerobic exercise programs similar in design and duration to cardiac rehabilitation programs significantly improved their aerobic endurance and walking ability, according to ne[...]

Wrong Treatment, Late Diagnosis, Ignorance Others Trigger Diabetes-Induced Amputations

On 22/Aug/2019 / In Articles

“I went through a great ordeal here in Nigeria that my leg got so bad and was bringing out maggots” These were the words of Ighiwotho Okeoghene, who was diagnosed of type-1 diabetes at a very tender age,[...]

Study: Dealing with Low Energy

On 22/Aug/2019 / In Articles

Tired of feeling tired? You’re not the only one. Our energy levels sometimes take a nosedive, making it harder to perform when it matters most. There are a number of simple steps you can take to stop you feeling[...]

Study: Seven Steps to Healthy Living

On 22/Aug/2019 / In Articles

Detoxification is the physiological elimination of toxins (acidic wastes) from the human body. The organs involved in this physiological (normal0 process are the liver, kidneys, lungs, colon, skin and the lymphatic dra[...]

Your Meat Could Be Killing You: Nigeria’s Unhealthy Abattoirs

On 22/Aug/2019 / In Articles

The Nigeria Health Watch team recently visited abattoirs in Suleja and Dei-Dei, to learn how they are managed and tease out public health lessons that Nigeria needs to consider in order to safeguard its citizens from i[...]

Spicy Cure for Baldness

On 22/Aug/2019 / In Articles

Can a concoction made up of fermented cabbage, onions, garlic, fish sauce and spices help thicken existing hairs, reverse baldness by allowing new hairs grow within weeks? Can a formulation of onion and eucalyptus oil[...]

Intense Light May Boost Heart Health – Research

On 21/Aug/2019 / In Articles

Researchers from the University of Colorado, United States of America, have said that a novel use of intense light therapy may help decrease the tissue damage experienced during heart attacks. The study, published in t[...]

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