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Can You Really Be Allergic to Exercise?

Can You Really Be Allergic to Exercise?

How can someone be allergic to exercise? While we don’t know for sure if Kira was indeed allergic to exercise, it’s possible…kind of. A rare condition called exercise-induced anaphylaxis (EIA) occurs when someone reacts to an allergen in conjunction with exercise. It was first described in 1979 in a case report published in the Journal of […]

Identifying Your Stressors

Identifying Your Stressors

We all live with stress but we handle it differently. But then, maybe stress from work, daily hustle or bills are kinds of stress we have little or no control over and we always have to find a way to deal with it. But what do you do when the reason for the stress is […]

Breast Cancer {How To Check Your Body}

Breast Cancer {How To Check Your Body}

Growing up, I remember a particular organization came to my secondary school and asked to see the girls only in the school. We were all assembled into the school hall and they addressed us. They enlightened us on what breast cancer was and taught us how to self-examine our breast and even shared informative leaflets […]

A Healthy Meal Plan

A Healthy Meal Plan

For a while now on this page, we’ve been talking about nutrition, things you should and not consume. Our last nutritional post was on the reduction of sugar intake, if you’ve not read it, you might want to take a look after reading this, there are lots of hidden healthy secrets in it. Now to […]

11 Types of Meditation That Can Help Treat Depression

11 Types of Meditation That Can Help Treat Depression

The ancient practice of meditation–used for centuries in India and China–now shows promise as a treatment in the toolbox for depression. The dozens of different types of meditation all seek a state of heightened awareness, says E. Robert Schwartz, MD, director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of […]

High Blood Pressure Amongst Millennials

High Blood Pressure Amongst Millennials

Millennials, also known as Generation Y (or simply Gen Y), are the demographic cohort following Generation X and preceding Generation Z. Researchers and popular media use the early 1980s as starting birth years and the mid-1990s to early 2000s as ending birth years, with 1981 to 1996 being a widely-accepted defining range for the generation. […]

How To Reduce Sugar Intake

How To Reduce Sugar Intake

I as an individual, I am a lover of sweet and sugary things and I know that majority of the world is just like me but the truth is that too much of sweet things is injurious to our health. It could lead to obesity, diabetes or even tooth decay. I don’t want any of […]

Organic Ways To Deal With Bad Breath

Organic Ways To Deal With Bad Breath

Bad breath could be as a result of things we consume, tooth decay or even a sign of other health problems. A few people were born with it as a result of inheriting a mutation that causes it. A few people know they have bad breath and some do not even know at all until […]

COVID-19 and Your Nutrition

COVID-19 and Your Nutrition

The importance of a healthy body system and well-being cannot be overemphasized. And this is largely influenced by the substances we consume, particularly food. Eating healthy meals tend to boost the body’s immune system. And as a result, it produces antibodies that fight diseases. It has not been established that COVID-19 can be spread through […]

The Environment, Waste and You

The Environment, Waste and You

The health of humans and animals are interlinked with the environment. Majority of infectious diseases that presently affect human health are zoonotic i.e., they originate from animals and occur at the human-animal environment interface. Some of these diseases include Lassa fever, yellow fever and even the almighty coronavirus that also has a zoonotic source. Research […]

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