Top ten tips to have a healthier Christmas
Let’s be honest, the Christmas season is all about indulgence and overeating, which often comes with the holiday weight gain. Most people get easily carried away with the festivities of the season, and that can quickly have a negative impact on their overall health.
Winning the battle over diabetes once and for all
Diabetes is a condition that affects over 425 million people globally. In Nigeria, its rising prevalence is a public health concern, because over 2 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes.
Ways to protect yourself and family from GMOs
Nowadays, food-manufacturing companies have basically stripped away our freedom to opt out of eating GMO foods. All you have to do is walk into a supermarket and you are hit with a wide selection of attractive looking GMO foods including chips, baked goods, cereals, meats, poultry...
Heal the gut to heal your joint pain
Arthritis is not a single disease, but a term referring to various conditions of joint pain or joint diseases. Arthritis affects people of all ages, genders, and race and is the leading cause of disability in Nigeria as it affects about 70% of adults above the age of 60.
How your sexual health affects fertility
Sexual health is the ability to embrace and enjoy our sexuality throughout our lives. It is an important part of our physical and emotional health. The act of sex itself is a healthy bodily function and has been shown to promote better sleep habits, less stress and more happiness.
Are your kitchen utensils threatening your health?
A typical day for me goes like this: Wake up in the morning and drink a plastic bottle full of water because water is good for you. Next, I head to the gym...
Tackling antibiotics resistance
Clinical Scenario: A 36-year-old female complains of continuous sore throat and cold. She states that such symptoms, in the past, usually signaled tonsillitis and so she had purchased...
The bitter truth about sugar
In fact, a single bottle of soft drink has 12 teaspoons of sugar, which is twice the recommended daily limit of sugar intake which is 6 teaspoons; and that is just one bottle!