Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Extra cup of coffee increases longevity, study shows

Drinking more coffee could extend people’s life span, as coffee drinkers would have a lower risk of death, especially for heart diseases, cancer and diabetes among others, a new study shows. Researchers from the International...

Cancer Prevention: Simple Tests To Figure Out A Toxic Cooking Oil

The alarming volume of  imported or locally recycled toxic cooking oil in circulation, which portends a great degree of health hazard, has called for concerns from health experts. Knowing how to spot a health friendly...

Brazil Declares an End to Zika Emergency After the Number of Cases Drop

Brazil declared an end to its public health emergency over the Zika virus on Thursday, 18 months after a surge in cases drew headlines around the world. The mosquito-borne virus wasn't considered a major health...
Foods for a healthy heart

Foods for a healthy heart

Studies have shown that up to 70 per cent of heart disease cases are preventable with the right food choices. “What’s good for your heart is good for your brain and good for you in...

Common habits that damage your skin

There are obvious ways to damage your skin, such as getting sunburn or soaking your body for hours in a chlorinated pool. Also, there are the less obvious ways by which people damage their...

How you can quit smoking for good

Smoking is the largest single preventable cause of cancer each year, yet some millions of people smoke every day, Metro UK reports. Six million people die every year from smoking-related causes while smoking itself kills...

Sons Born With Fertility Treatment ‘Inherit Problems’, Study Reveals

A study has revealed that boys born to fathers who needed help conceiving have poorer sperm quality as adults than peers conceived without help, a study suggests. The study, in Human Reproduction, looked at men...

Oral sex: How much do you know?

Recently, a woman dragged her husband to court, asking to be divorced from him. Her major complaint: her husband wanted her to perform oral sex on him the way his girlfriends does, but she...
Health workers declare indefinite strike

Health workers declare indefinite strike

The Joint Health Sector Union on Wednesday declared a nationwide indefinite strike, JOHESU national Chairman, Mr. Biobelemoye Josiah said during a media briefing in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital. Biobelemoye said the strike will become effective on Thursday. He...
New way to prevent HIV discovered

New way to prevent HIV discovered

Scientists in the United States have engineered an antibody that could offer a new way to treat or prevent HIV, following successful tests on monkeys. Unlike the naturally occurring antibodies, it is built to attack...

Resident Doctors announce indefinite strike, reject FG’s offer

Resident Doctors this morning announced their commencement of indefinite strike. The doctors under the umbrella of National Association of Resident Doctors, NARD who had last week met with the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator...

WHO warns as deadly plague spreads – 1,300 already infected

Health workers are trying to contain an outbreak of airborne plague in Africa which has infected more than 1,300 people. Nearby nations have been placed on high alert, and a World Health Organisation said, ‘’The...

New brain, ovarian cancer risk findings

Genetic changes and variants linked to the development of brain and ovarian cancers have been discovered in two new studies. This significant development offers researchers the chance to understand more about how these cancers...

Remote village where almost all girls grow penises at the age of 12

Young girls in a remote Caribbean village are changing sex when they hit puberty. A genetic disorder among kids in Salinas, in the Dominican Republic, means that 90% of girls born there grow a penis...

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