Nutritional Deficiency Anaemia

  Anaemia is one word a lot of people do not want to hear but I will talk about it in a different way Anaemia is a widespread public health problem associated with an increased risk of morbidity and mortality, especially in pregnant women and young children. It is a disease with multiple causes, both […]

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Weight vs Fat

Many people feel they are too slim or too fat but I wonder how many of you know the difference between these two keywords. But not to worry, this article addresses that.
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News Flash : Asbestos Found in Kids’ Crayons, Toy Kits

There is no “safe” level of asbestos exposure for any type of asbestos fiber. Asbestos exposures as short in duration as a few days have caused mesothelioma in humans. Every occupational exposure to asbestos can cause injury or disease; every occupational exposure to asbestos contributes to the risk of getting an asbestos-related disease (OSHA 2015).

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Microgyon® Fe Oral Contraceptive

Bayer Healthcare and USAID Partner to make Microgyon® Fe Oral Contraceptive Available and Affordable in Nigeria. The Microgynon® Fe brand is the world’s most widely used oral contraceptive. The reduced price enables middle-income couples to access a quality, affordable family planning product.

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Eating Disorders Treatment and Recovery

Gina battled bulimia for seven years—struggling on her own in secret—before she finally opened up to her mother. Gina wrote her a long letter explaining her shame and embarrassment, and gave her mother a book about how to deal with someone with an eating disorder. Her mother was so relieved that Gina had finally opened up, and together they sought professional help.

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7 Healthy Habits of Highly Effective People

Habits are formed and mastered. Everyone wants to be successful in life. We all want to succeed at what we do and where we are. To achieve this, we have to live in a healthy way. Here I intend share with you 7 Healthy habits of Successful people These are habits that people regarded as […]

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Eating Disorders : A Hideous Mental illness

Hello Friend,
Major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder rarely appear “out of the blue.” Most often family, friends, teachers, or people themselves recognize that “something is not quite right” about their thinking, feelings, or behavior before one of these illnesses appears in its full-blown form.
Critics are quick to blame the media’s portrayal of beauty—just review the Oscars coverage and note how many times reporters comment on someone’s attire or figure—but there’s more to it than that

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Eating Disorders : A Battle With Self

There’s been a battle between Who I am and Who people say I am. the battle has led some people to pick up certain eating habits. Warning signs of poor body image include negative self-talk (“I’m so fat,” “I have no self-control”) and misinterpreting other people’s remarks. “Comments like, ‘My, you have filled out nicely’ can be received as ‘You look fat,'”
Eating Disorders could set in without the person knowing. These are some ways to check that someone is heading that way.

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