How do you know if you’re sexually healthy? Is it when you can desire and have sex as many times as you want, or is it when you’re free of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)? Well, there’s more to sexual health than libidos and orgasms. What is sexual health? The World Health Organization (WHO) defines sexual…
A non-governmental organisation, Hacey Health Initiative, has empowered 134 teenage girls between ages 14 to 19 with knowledge on their sexual health and rights.
18 Sep 2021
Teaching consent is an important part of educating a child on sexual health. It is, definitely, not an easy venture to talk about sex with kids.
7 Jan 2021
A great sex life does not happen by chance or magic, it takes conscious effort. And that effort includes having a healthy lifestyle that improves not just your overall health but also your sexual health. According to a study published in Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology in 2020, an unhealthy lifestyle contributes to the development of…
25 Jul 2020
From STI symptoms to discharge, genital appearance to oral sex, here are common questions people ask about their sexual health with the right answers according to Metro UK. How do I know if I have an STI? It is important to know that up to 50% of those with an STI never experience any symptoms…
18 Jul 2019
Although relatively unknown by many, goron Tula is considered a 'miracle fruit' by those who know if for its many health benefits. Known as tree hibiscus, Azanza, snot apple in English language, goron tula as it is called in Hausa is found in the northern part of Nigeria. It is sweet and chewy as well hence why it…
26 Apr 2018
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.
28 Sep 2017
Abortion is not a contraception method. Contraceptives are preventive; abortion is the termination of a pregnancy by removal of a developing embryo or fetus through chemical or surgical means.