Shocking! Handbags, Briefcases and Gym Bags……

Yes, we just love our bags …. However,  we need to be careful how we use and where we place them for our safety. Have you ever noticed girls who set their handbags on public toilet floors, then go directly to their dining tables and set it on the table? Happens a lot! It’s not

Compulsory treatment and care for gunshot victims

Everyday, across the world, Nigeria there are various levels of crimes and families can be exposed at anytime. A lot of people have lost their loved ones in Nigeria at some point in time due to gunshot wounds and attacks by robbers. And the fear of helping gun shot wounded victims due to the lapses

What you should know about Cervical Cancer

January is the month of Cervical Cancer Awareness. We hear all about the symptoms of breast cancer on a regular basis, but there’s another type of cancer that is common in women: cervical cancer. , Cervical cancer begins when healthy cells on the surface of the cervix change and grow out of control, forming a

How do you know if your child has vision problems?

It can be difficult to know if your child has vision problems. A Johns Hopkins eye expert provides tips to help you recognize if your child may need glasses. Undetected vision problems can impact your child’s performance both in and out of the classroom. Therefore, it’s important to understand eye health so you can recognize

Tips for Getting and Staying Fit In 2018

“Get fit” and “lose weight” are two of the most common New Year’s resolutions out there. People start off with good intentions — joining a gym and tossing the junk food from the fridge. Check out these easy tips to help you keep your fitness resolution in 2018! Don’t just set a goal, set a

Five reasons why you shouldn’t “Google” your symptoms

Ever wondered why a drug advert indicates that if symptoms persist after three (3) days a physician should be consulted? It is because there’s a limit to how much we can care for ourselves on our own. The world as we know it is now a global village, thanks to the internet and oh how

Staying Safe this Yuletide Season

As the year is coming to an end, there is need to be extra cautious. A few days ago, president Buhari’s only son was involved in a bike accident. Throwing caution to the air is actually easier than being deliberately careful, especially  during these holidays, these are times to unwind and relax yet we all

Nigerian innovators create app that may save babies

A Nigerian startup has created an app that would save thousands of babies around the world – The startup developed a technology that can detect asphyxia in babies – Asphyxia is one of the three causes of infant mortality in the world. It is a condition that arises when the body is deprived of oxygen.

Harmattan Essentials for EVERY Family

When the air is dusty, the sun is scorching and getting out of bed in the morning is a struggle because of the cold, then you know for sure that the Harmattan season is back! The dry season is slowly creeping back in (although most northern and eastern states in Nigeria have started to experience

Protecting Asthmatic Children in Harmattan

The harmattan wind is blowing cold air. The weather is dry, dusty and hazy. Here are useful tips to prevent your child from having asthma attacks in the harmattan season.   Keep your child warm; cold is one of the triggers of asthma. Keep your child warm with extra clothing and sweaters. Don’t allow them

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