For most women, there is nothing as scary as not getting their menstrual flow as and when due. If you would like to find out why your period is heavy, erratic, or missing altogether, and what to do about it, read on
For a disease affecting about 350 people globally and over 20 million Nigerians, there are quite a several myths about Hepatitis. Read on and be better informed.
Most of us wish our homes would just stay clean all year round with minimal effort but sadly, the reality is that where there are people, there will be dirt. So how do we achieve a cleaner, healthier home?
March is Nutrition Month in some countries and to show solidarity, we are celebrating it by sharing ten simple tips that will help you improve your diet and make better food choices.
Cervical cancer occurs in the cervix and is usually caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection. There are many myths causing confusion for women. Here’s what you need to know. Myth 1: Cervical cancer is untreatable. Fact: Cervical cancer can be effectively treated if detected early. Myth 2: HPV is not common, and it only affects people who have multiple partners, so I should not worry about the … Read More
A lot of people experience some pain when doing ‘major’ business in the bathroom. Here are a few reasons behind painful poops and what you can do about it. You’re not drinking enough water The body requires a certain amount of water to be absorbed before it eliminates excess in stool, so if you do not drink enough water bowel movements can become very hard and brittle. This lack of … Read More
People talk about self-care and self-love a lot but some still struggle with how to care for ourselves in the real sense of the word. For one, it doesn’t have to be elaborate or expensive. Here are a few fun actions you can explore to see what sticks. 1. Create a self-care routine Come up with a personalized routine that taps into your senses and lifts your spirits on days … Read More
Today, we just want to tell you that multitasking is a scam. Yes, we said it, multitasking is overrated and if you don’t believe us, here are some surprising ways it can make you less efficient than you should be 1. You’re not really multitasking What you call multitasking is really task-switching. Why? Moving back and forth between several tasks wastes productivity because your attention keeps shifting and you never … Read More
You likely know the familiar expression, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” While the phrase appeared to have been coined in 1913, it was actually based on a Pembrokeshire proverb that originated in 1866: “Eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.” Interesting stuff. So is it true? Read on. Nutritional value Apples are loaded with important nutrients, including fibre, … Read More
The best and most thorough breast self-exam you can perform is a multistep process, involving more than just the breasts themselves. Here are five steps to a more effective exam Step 1: Start by looking for differences between your breasts Good breast self-exams should be concerned with both the look and feel of breasts. Stand or sit in front of a mirror and look out for Visible lumps Unusual differences … Read More