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12 Ways You Are Unknowingly Wrecking Your Back

12 Ways You Are Unknowingly Wrecking Your Back

The spine is one of the most sensitive parts of the body. A movement in the wrong direction or months spent slouching over a computer can affect your spine for years to come. And one small vertebra shifting out of place can cause more excruciating pain than you would initially think. According to Prevention, back […]

The Truth About Superfoods

The Truth About Superfoods

Few lies can be told in one word, but “superfood” manages it. It is such an appealing idea: that some foods are healthy, some unhealthy and some superhealthy. Why change your habits, when you can correct them by adding goji berries? Why settle for boring old good health, when chia seeds on your cereal can […]

Keep Those Nails Healthy

Keep Those Nails Healthy

Nails are peculiar set of the hands and some ladies neglect the nails, some cover it under artificial beauty, some don’t even find time to take care of it until emergencies. So, how do we keep the nails healthy? How do we cultivate the culture of taking care of the nails. The fingernails is something […]

The War On Meat: Is it Harmful, Healthy Or Both?

The War On Meat: Is it Harmful, Healthy Or Both?

  Sugar, salt, saturated fat. They’ve all had their turn in the spotlight, with studies and media reports vilifying each one for chipping away at your lifespan or increasing your risk of one disease or another. But the latest headlines point the finger at a different health enemy: Meat. “Eating more animal protein increases risk […]

Ways To Help Your Kids Make Healthy Snack Choices

Ways To Help Your Kids Make Healthy Snack Choices

You are what you eat. And nobody wants their kids to be junk. That’s all well and good, but how do you actually teach your kids not to go straight for the burgers, the cookies and candy made of 99% sugar while still keeping a happy family? Check out these eight tips for teaching your […]

Less Pain, More Energy

Less Pain, More Energy

A few years ago I was in constant, throbbing pain. My lower back and hip would rank a 9 or 10 on the pain scale for days. The doctors I went to said I was too young to have back problems. I hurt too much to snap back with snarky remarks. Fast forward a few […]

Let’s Talk About Air

Let’s Talk About Air

Somethings are salient but neglected. We tend to exalt the big names that we forget the very mi-nute but important things. For instance, everybody talks about healthy living; emphasis on food, hygiene. They are important but sometimes emphasis should be made on the connecting source of it all. We sometimes feel like we own it […]

14 Easy Changes That Will Jump-start Your Health

14 Easy Changes That Will Jump-start Your Health

Embarking on a new weight loss or fitness plan can be daunting. It seems like you’ll have to make huge, disruptive changes to your lifestyle. But that’s not necessarily true. Here are some small changes you can make today that can all add up to big health gains. 1. Freeze fruit. When you want a […]

More Women Are At Risk Of Obesity-Related Illnesses Than Men: Survey

More Women Are At Risk Of Obesity-Related Illnesses Than Men: Survey

Twice as many Kenyan women as men are obese or overweight, according to a new health survey. It says more than six million adults have excess fat as a result of eating too much and moving too little. The 2015 Kenya STEPwise Non-Communicable Disease Survey says unhealthy diets, which include lots of sugars and salts, […]

How the World Bank is ‘nudging’ attitudes to health and hygiene

How the World Bank is ‘nudging’ attitudes to health and hygiene

Every two months, 800 women gather in a church courtyard in the village of Tritriva, Madagascar, to receive cash from the Malagasy government. Mothers of six- to 10-year-olds get the payment only if their children have regularly attended school. For those with children under five, it’s unconditional – but they are given information about family […]

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