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How To Look Peng After 50 Like Connie Britton

How To Look Peng After 50 Like  Connie Britton

Like most parents, Connie Britton admits that finding that elusive me time can be a bit of a challenge. “I used to take long baths, but that has gone by the wayside,” says the actress, who is mom to 7-year-old son Yoby. “Even when I finally get him to bed and have a moment, it feels like […]

How To Overcome The ‘Imposter’ Syndrome

How To Overcome The ‘Imposter’ Syndrome

Over the last weeks, I’ve been pondering on my struggle to accept that my success is earned and that I deserve to be where I am today. I’d heard of “Imposter Syndrome,” but I didn’t think that was what I was experiencing. I started digging deeper into this topic and learned great insights. Especially as […]

Cholera Cases Rise To 191 In Mt Darwin, Zimbabwe

Cholera Cases Rise To 191 In Mt Darwin, Zimbabwe

Cholera cases in Mount Darwin have risen to 191 while deaths have remained at three in the artisanal mining area of Mukaradzi. Speaking to The Herald yesterday, Mashonaland Central District medical officer Dr George Mapiye said cases being reported at the clinic were no longer serious. “As of today (yesterday) cholera cases recorded are 191 […]

This Is The Best Anti-Aging Work Out For You

This Is The Best Anti-Aging Work Out For You

You’re already using anti-aging moisturizers and anti-aging eye creams–is it time to adopt an anti-aging workout, too? A new study published today in the journal European Heart Journal says when it comes down to the anti-aging effects of exercise, cardio is queen. Endurance exercise–like running, swimming, or bicycling–and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) both slowed signs of aging compared to lifting weights–at least […]

World Aids Day – Children And HIV/AIDS

World Aids Day – Children And HIV/AIDS

 360,000 adolescents are projected to die of AIDS-related diseases between 2018 and 2030. This means 76 adolescent deaths every day – without additional investment in HIV prevention, testing and treatment programmes, UNICEF has said in a new report titled Children, HIV and AIDS: The World in 2030. allAfrica’s Sethi Ncube spoke with Dr Shaffiq Essajee, Deputy Chief of […]

Ebola Outbreak In DRC Is Second Worst In History

Ebola Outbreak In DRC Is Second Worst In History

 Today (November 29, 2018) the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) reached 426 cases, surpassing the number of cases in the 2000-2001 Uganda outbreak and making it the second worst in history after the 2014 West Africa outbreak which killed over 11,000 people. The emergency response has been complicated by ongoing […]

Cancer Of The Esophagus Is Kenya’s Present Nightmare

Cancer Of The Esophagus Is Kenya’s Present Nightmare

Esophagus cancer is now the leading killer in Kenya, overtaking cervix, breast, stomach and prostate cancers, according to recent data from World Health Organisation. This was attributed to late diagnosis, with experts saying most of the cases are normally diagnosed in their late stages. Food pipe cancer could also be linked to volcanic soils, alcohol […]

What Do You Know About E Coli Outbreak? : Here Are The Signs

What Do You Know About E Coli Outbreak? : Here Are The Signs

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is warning people not to eat romaine lettuce in the wake of a new E. coli outbreak. Since October 8, 32 people in 11 states have been infected with the bacteria, which has been traced back to contaminated romaine lettuce. So far, 13 people have been hospitalized. […]

The Story Corner : Bum Bum Gone Wrong

The Story Corner : Bum Bum Gone Wrong

Hello ladies and gentlemen, something just buzzed in right now, what is it? You would love this gist and learn from it also. I saw a video of a young woman crying and educating women about the aftermath of butt surgery. Hey, don’t laugh o because I felt so sorry for this young woman. She […]

Hey You, Love Your Body : The Power Of Dance

Hey You, Love Your Body : The Power Of Dance

Jessie Diaz has always loved dancing. But she never knew how much she would love inspiring other women to dance until she founded her Curves with Moves dance company. Diaz’s goal for every class she teaches: to get women to see the power in dance and their own bodies through affirmations and good, old-fashioned endorphins. Here, she opens up about her journey […]

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