Category Archives: Wellness

PREVENT UNTIMELY DEATH WITH MORINGA

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Last week, an Air-Force officer slumped and died in the cockpit of his aircraft. When an autopsy was carried out, it was discovered that he had Cardiac Arrest. He was hypertensive. On Monday it was Jide Kosoko’s wife, Henrietta Kosoko that was lost to Diabetes.  Today, I woke up to the news of the loss of Stephen Keshi. It is… Read more »

DEPRESSION – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

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Some people find it hard to come to terms with the fact that depression is a very serious condition…Depression deserves our concern…Depression is affecting a lot more people than you can ever imagine… The person right next to you could be battling depression…. YOU are not immuned to Depression! Yes, someone close to you might be struggling with depression and… Read more »

HARMATTAN HAZARDS THAT CAN CAUSE DEATH

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Every season comes with its own challenge. For the Harmattan it ranges from health hazards, to increase in fire out break and even air/road accidents. Even though it is a period that people usually feel a huge relieve from the scotching heat of the sun of the previous season, the harsh conditions of Harmattan can actually lead to death where… Read more »

SAFETY TIPS FOR THE SEASON

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The spate of crime has been on the increase in recent times and it may likely get worse as Christmas approaches. A friend was recently telling me about her experience with a friend on Gbagada Expressway. They had a flat tire and while trying to fix it, they got robbed. Even after robbing them the robber attempted to throw her… Read more »

BREAST CANCER – ARE YOU AT RISK?

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Breast cancer is by far the most common cancer in women worldwide, both in the developed and developing countries. As a matter of fact it is the most dreaded illness for every woman especially those well endowed with gorgeous breasts. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and October 13th is ‘No Bra Day’. The day was apparently created in 2011… Read more »

10 Common Habits that Damage your Kidneys

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The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs, located against the back muscles in the upper abdominal cavity just below the rib cage, one on each side of the spine. The kidneys detoxify the blood and aid the body in filtering out waste products through urine. Another primary function of the kidneys is to remove excess water from the body. They also… Read more »

Tips To Make You Look Younger

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Many go to very extreme lengths to look younger thereby spending a lot of money on things like surgical face-lift. However, looking younger is not always about great skin or a terrific body. In the past few years I have turned my focus on beautifying myself from the inside out, trying to become a more compassionate person rather than just… Read more »

What Your Nails Are Saying About Your Health

Take a good look at your fingernails and you may notice subtle variations in the texture or color – a touch of white here, a rosy tinge there, perhaps some rippling or bumps in the surface. These imperfections may not look like much to you, but to the trained eye they can provide valuable clues about your overall health. “Just… Read more »

50 Shades of Yellow: What the color of your Urine says!

Human urine has been a useful tool of diagnosis since the earliest days of medicine. Every time you pee, you have the chance to learn something about yourself. Urine can offer telltale signs of what’s happening inside the body it’s departing. The color, density and smell of urine can reveal much about the state of our health. It can offer… Read more »

10 Things That Have a Damaging Effect on the Brain

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1. Not getting enough sleep: This phenomenon, familiar to anyone, is becoming a global problem. According to the WHO, over the past 100 years, people began to sleep an average of 20% less. Severe lack of sleep creates the risk that different parts of the brain move into a phase of slow wave sleep in the state of wakefulness. As… Read more »