Friday, November 26, 2021

7 secrets to keeping your kidney healthy

The most important thing you can do to keep your kidneys safe is to take care of your body to reduce the chances of...

6 reasons you should get adequate sleep  

A recent survey found that more people are sleeping less than six hours a night, and 75% suffer sleep difficulties a few nights per...

360,000 adolescents expected to die of AIDS by 2030 – UNICEF

Some 360,000 adolescents are expected to die of AIDS by 2030 if investment in HIV prevention is not ramped up, according to a UNICEF...

5 reasons you should repeatedly test for sexually transmitted infections

Despite the continuous effort of government and private entities to hold screening, awareness and sensitisation events, the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is...

Spondylosis: Avoid sedentary lifestyle, doctor advises patients

An Abuja based medical doctor, Dr Okezie Emenike, has advised patients with spondylosis to desist from sedentary lifestyle, warning that it worsens the condition.Emenike...

Women who wear high heels risk developing arthritis – Physiotherapist

A physiotherapist, Vincent Shoetan, has pointed out that women who wear high heel shoes regularly risk developing knee problems including arthritis and back pains.Speaking...

Physician cautions pregnant women against chickenpox infection

A medical officer at the General Hospital Ughelli, Delta, Dr Ovo Samiel, says women who are exposed to chickenpox during pregnancy may bear children...

Breast milk, urine not cure for “Apollo” – Optometrists

The Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA) on Monday warned against the use of urine, breast milk and acid among others for the treatment of conjunctivitis,...

Dettol celebrates Global Handwashing Day with 2,000 pupils

Antibacterial brand, Dettol, celebrated the 2018 Global Handwashing Day in Abuja by calling on all Nigerians to imbibe handwashing as a day-to-day activity for...

50% of Nigerian women living with breast cancer – Medical director

Chief Medical Director, Living Standard Hospital, Benin, Dr Jide Owolana, says about 50 per cent of Nigerian women are living with undetected breast cancer.Jide...
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