Showing posts from July, 2017

Do Not Eat Roasted Plantain And Suya Because They Can Cause Cancer – SOGHIN Warns Nigerians

Health News: Nigerians have been advised to go for periodic medical screening, especially for colon cancer, which is said to be a massive burden on the country, as it is common among people above 40.
The President, Society for Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Nigeria President, Professor Musa Borodo, gave this warning at a press briefing commemorating the 10th Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting of the association in Ado Ekiti.
Borodo warned that diseases such as colorectal cancer, liver cancer, helicobacter pyloris and other infections that occur in the gastrointestinal tract, are usually not easy to detect when looking out for signs and symptoms.
And when the symptoms are obvious they are often too late to treat. According to him, about 10 percent of people in Nigeria are suffering from Hepatitis B – a viral infection – which he warned could lead to cancer, if not properly treated.
“This (Hepatitis B) is something that can be prevented, if you don’t treat it, it could bec…

Killers Of A Marriage: See 27 Things That Crashes A Marriage

Are you married and your marriage is tumbling right in your eyes? Do you plan to marry anytime from now and would love to know the things you need to avoid so as to have a long lasting marriage?
Do you know the things that you do or do not do that could kill your marriage? As a man or woman, there are some certain things required of you to keep your marriage alive. The moment you start deviating from these things, then you have already planted a seed that could crash your love relationship.
Below are 27 things that can make a marriage die:
1.  Laziness kills a marriage. Work hard and show your spouse you are capable of running things. Make solid efforts that show your partner you are in the relationship for a long term.
See also: 5 Signs your husband is cheating on you
2. Suspicion kills a marriage. If you have any reason to suspect your spouse of any wrongdoing, do talk it out and settle it at once. Never harbour suspicion.
3. Lack of trust kills a marriage. What is a relationship that …

Job Recruitment Process: My Most Recent Personal Experience With Oral Interviews

Experience is the best teacher! I am going to be sharing a job recruitment process experience I had couple weeks ago. Like me, if you are a university graduate with a good qualification, and want to gain employment in top private and government companies and organizations, you can relate.
Who needs to read this? I think everybody should. Maybe you are still studying in school to gain B.Sc. or post-graduate qualifications, then you would certainly need to apply for a job at a point in time – except you are Dangote or Otedola’s son or daughter- you certainly need to read this to the end.
So, I had this wonderful job interview experience at this top Nigerian commercial bank and only going to share because I got a feedback. Though the feedback didn’t come directly, it came from a ‘connect’ who I got to meet later, who then had to do the background running and came back with the feedback.

Experience is the best teacher!
I have various job recruitment processes experiences over the years, fr…

HIV: Vaginal Ring For HIV Prevention To Be Tested In Africa After Trials In America

Health News: According to a study that was presented at the 9th International AIDS Society conference in Paris, it reveals that after recording success amongst teenage girls in the US, plans are in progress to test a vaginal ring that prevents HIV infection, in Africa.
The ring is reported to contain an antiretroviral drug called dapivirine and is used for a month at a time.
Dapivirine inhibits HIV’s reverse transcriptase enzyme, a protein vital to HIV’s ability to replicate and cause an infection.
Each intravaginal ring contains one or more microbicides that are intended to be delivered into the vaginal compartment at a high concentration and to be directly absorbed by the cells and tissues.

Also read: New Study Says 3 pm Is The Best Time Of The Day To Make Love
The flexible ring, which sits on the cervix, is said to cut infection by 56 percent.
Its usage gives women the freedom to protect themselves without relying on men to wear condoms.

See what a new study says about love making satisfa…

Sexual Satisfaction: New Study Says Heterosexual South African Women Are The Least Satisfied In The World

Heterosexual South African women are the least sexually satisfied in the world, New study reveals.
According to the survey, the overwhelming majority of South Africans were having sex less than once or twice a week.
The study conducted by Victoria Milan, a dating website, found that men in countries such as Denmark spent 44 minutes ensuring that their women are satisfied in the bedroom in every way whereas South African men spent a mere 15 minutes for sexual intercourse, a whole 4 minutes lower than the world average, The Sun reports.
The top five most sexually satisfied women in the world are from Denmark, USA, Finland, Canada, and Sweden.
Founder and CEO of Victoria Milan, Sigurd Vedal, claimed the hottest and hardest working husbands feel responsible for ensuring their wife is kept sexually satisfied. 
She said: “It takes a real man to recognize and satisfy the sexual appetite of a woman. A common mistake is thinking that men aren’t sexually satisfied and will stray – it actually works …

Prevention Of Cancer Disease: 8 Ways To Reduce The Risk Of Getting Cancer

We all know cancer is one of the most deadly diseases that humans are afflicted with, based on its symptoms and mortality rates. In most scenarios, patients who are plagued with cancer capitulate to the disease because of the side effects which can be very fatal.
Cancer disease is a situation where there is an abnormal multiplication of cancerous cell in the body. These cancerous cells eventually destroy the body tissues and organs. Some of the most common types of cancer are breast cancer, blood cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, lung cancers, and skin cancer among a few others. 
It is no secret that cancer treatments are administered to patients, but it is still a dangerous disease which is capable of killing the persons suffering from it gradually and eventually. Certain kinds of cancer are extremely hard to treat. The main cause of cancer is said to be dependent on a person’s lifestyle. This means the healthier a person’s lifestyle is, the lower the chances of the person gettin…

Child Treated For HIV At Birth Remains Virus-Free Years After Final Treatment – Washington Post

Health News: According to Washington Post, a South African boy, who is believed to have been infected with HIV around the time of his birth, has remained free of the virus for 8 years and 6 months after early treatment — renewing hope among scientists that such outliers may hold clues to help end the decades-old epidemic.
The case study, described by researchers before a presentation on Monday at an international AIDS conference in Paris, suggests a paradigm shift in the treatment of those infected. It establishes that HIV may be controllable in some way other than a daily and lifelong regimen of antiretroviral drugs.
“This is really the first step toward HIV remission and a cure,” said Deborah Persaud, a virologist at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore. “Understanding the factors that came into play to lead to this outcome is really going to inform science.” Read also: PEP – The Cure For HIV
Out of the millions of children worldwide who are HIV-positive, the boy, now 9, is one …

Night Driving: 5 Tips To Drive Safely During The Night

Do you drive in the night? I am sure you are aware of the many dangers of driving at night.
Traveling by driving at night is risky; and there are some certain occasions when you just can’t avoid it.
In situations like this, there are some nights driving safety tips to be aware of so as to help keep you safe and protected throughout the night journey.
Below are the 5 safety tips for driving at night:
1. Use Defensive Driving Techniques
It is important to be very preventive when driving at night because you never know when another driver on the road might just, out of negligence and ignorance, get himself in a dangerous driving situation that you don’t want to be anywhere near. It’s also advisable not to tail another car when traveling at night. See infographic on how to carry out defensive driving at night below:

Also see: Tips to apply when your car is on fire.

2. Avoid Drivers Who Swerve Or Drift
Many drivers drink and drive, and when intoxication or drowsiness sets in, some drivers can t…

Nine Lifestyle Changes Could Reduce Dementia Risk – The Lancet

Health news: Maintaining good hearing, exercise, education and social activity were listed among the ways to prevent memory loss, study finds.
Researchers have found that one third of dementia cases could be prevented with some basic lifestyle changes and better education during childhood.
According to the study published in The Lancet on Thursday, July 20, 2017, the nine factors which damage the brain include hearing loss, obesity and smoking.
Almost 50 million people around the world suffer from dementia and Alzheimer's, and this figure could balloon to 132 million by 2050, according to the latest estimates.
Also read: New study reveals too much of fries is dangerous to your health.

Nine Surefire Ways To Reduce Dementia 1. Maintain good hearing2. Complete secondary education
3. Stop smoking
4. Reduce depression5. Exercise
6. Social activity
7. Treat high blood pressure
8. Healthy weight9. Treat Type 2 diabetes
Dementia, which is caused by physical changes in the brain, leads to memory loss…

See List Of 42 Banned Anti-Malaria Drugs Still Sold In Nigeria; Artesunate, Alaxin, And Camoquin Listed!

Health News: The Nigerian Senate has listed about 42 anti-malaria drugs that have been banned in Europe but are still being sold in hospitals and pharmacies in Nigeria.

The lawmakers raised the alarm that all the forty two anti-malaria drugs were still being hoarded, sold and consumed in the country.
Hence, the Senate has mandated its Committee on Health (Secondary and Tertiary), led by Senator Olarewaju Tejuoso, to urgently carry out a holistic investigation into the matter and report back for further action.
Raising the motion earlier, Senator T.A Orji, Abia Central said, “The Senate notes that recently the European Union banned the sale and consumption of 42 Anti-Malaria Drugs in all countries within the European Union.
Also read: 9 Places Where Smoking Has Been Banned In Nigeria
“It notes that the 42 Anti-Malaria Drugs are: Alaxin 60mg tablet (dihydroartémisinine)B/8; Alaxin oral suspension (dihydroartémisinine) FL/80ml; Amodiaquine 200mg compressed B/1000; Amodiaquine 200mg compressed…

If You Want To Die Young, Do Not Read These Facts About Your Manhood

Do you know there are many ailments that could hamper the functions of a man’s manhood and lead to a shorter life? The many weaknesses of the manhood that could affect longevity of a man were discussed by Dr. Tobias Köhler, an associate professor of urology at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Read all below:
Facts About Your Manhood That Could Cut Short Your Life
- A new study from The University of Mississippi says if you are incapable of getting and sustaining erection, you have a 70 percent increased risk for premature death.
- If you have erectile dysfunction, it is likely that you have poor cardiovascular health, says Dr. Tobias Köhler.
- So, if you’re unable to get hard, it’s often an early sign that your heart could be in trouble.
- Many men whose erectile dysfunction is caused by poor cardiovascular health end up having life-threatening heart problems such as a heart attack within the next five years, says Dr. Köhler.
- The vessels that carry blood to your penis …

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