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16 Jul 2021
*Says non-specialist doctors compound cases through the wrong approach to treatment Consultant, Clinical Oncologist/ Lecturer, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Dr. Omolola Salako, has lamented that the country high rate of cancer fatality is due to the fact that patients are not presented to specialists on time for treatment.   She said 80 per…
11 Jun 2021
Frequent strenuous exercise increases the risk of developing motor neurone disease for those genetically predisposed to the illness, according to research published on Friday.
6 May 2021
In 2008, a study found that physical inactivity is responsible for more than five million premature deaths every year. A new study has found that you are 50 percent more likely to have higher antibodies...
22 Apr 2021
More reasons have emerged why most medical practitioners now recommend increased exercise or rather physical activity as medicine.
14 Feb 2021
Sex is important, not just for orgasms and pleasure. It gives a boost to your mood, mental and physical health and overall quality of life, some research suggests. When many think about improving their sex life, they imagine it entails mastering all the acrobatic sex positions in the Kama Sutra. While that is okay, however,…
24 Jan 2021
It is 2021 and January is slowly but surely cruising to an end. Before the year began, many of us made New Year resolutions, and while it is not easy sticking to resolutions, reframing your approach can help you succeed. However, if you fall short of taking action to make a change or reach your…
17 Jan 2021
If you are one of those who find it a herculean task to touch your toes, these exercises that could help your flexibility will come in handy for you. From breathwork to stretching to strengthening, focused effort just a few times a week can make a significant difference in how flexible you feel. Breathwork Breathing…
5 Nov 2020
*Physical activity changes the metabolism of the immune system’s cytotoxic T cells, thereby improves their ability to attack tumour cells New research has suggested that people who exercise early morning may have a reduced risk of developing cancer than those who exercise later in the day. The research, appearing in the International Journal of Cancer,…
27 Aug 2020
Moderate-intensify exercise can help improve your thinking and memory in just six months.
10 Aug 2020
Unhealthy eating habits, lack of exercise, and high-stress levels can cause a flabby tummy. Lack of abdominal strength usually manifests itself in the form of low back pain. Proper diet, combined with a good fitness routine, can definitely help you reduce belly fat to a large extent. Yoga plays an important part in switching on…
4 Aug 2020
Exercising women who struggle to consume enough calories and have menstrual disorders can simply increase their food intake to recover their menstrual cycle
4 Aug 2020
Being in isolation without access to gyms and sports clubs should not mean people stop exercising, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Bath

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