3 Health Tips For The Harmattan Season
A woman applying skincare treatment | Photo Credit: Las Morenas De EspañaSlowly we are transitioning into that season characterised by cool, dust-laden wind and extreme dryness. The harmattan which occurs between the end of November and the middle of March can be very harsh to one’s health. Our bodies note the weather changes and react…
Sickle cell patients advised to take enough water
A survivor of sickle cell disease and Editor of African Sickle Cell News magazine, Ayoola Olajide, 55, has advised sickle cell patients to always stay hydrated...
Okowa presents N389 billion as Delta’s 2020 budget
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has presented the year 2020 budget of N389,190,799,362 billion to the Delta State House of Assembly, with roads, water, health and agricultural sectors getting top priority.
4 Health Importance Of Taking Water At Night
Water is very important for human health. There are different arguments as to when it is ideal to take water, however, medical research has pointed out that water can be taken at anytime of the day but in measured quantity, especially at night. Below are the health importance of taking water at night. Hydration It…
Concerns over reclamation, dredging in Lagos
Amid a growing spate of dredging and reclamation activities in several parts of Lagos State, experts have called for caution, as the enormity of such activities along the commercial capital shorelines is capable of causing havoc on buildings and infrastructure.
Public sector reforms and need for accelerated governance in Enugu
A new approach to governance beckoned recently when Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State inaugurated 12 sectoral adhoc committees on public service reform. The committees made up of tested technocrats drawn from various backgrounds were charged to review the policies
NNPC to partner NOASDRA on oil spill mitigation
Cases of the oil spill will witness drastic reduction if the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), kept its promise to deploy technology to address the menace across the country.
Hepatitis: Stay away from contaminated food, water, unprotected sex — Experts
As World Hepatitis Day is observed today, Nigerians have been advised to avoid unsafe/contaminated food/water; avoid sharing sharp objects, such as needles, blades, and clippers. They should also avoid patronising quack medical personnel/facilities, as well as unprotected sexual intercourse.
Seven steps to healthy living
It is possible to live a disease-free life. To do so, we have to introduce certain lifestyle changes in our daily routine. There are seven areas we are going to be looking at and they include water, diet, exercise, detoxification, supplementation, stress management, and chemical spiritual warfare.