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    General Health 3 Ways Fasting Helps To Fight Cancer – The Guardian Nigeria News

    It has been researched that fasting is of high importance to human health. Of recent is the discovery that fasting can be helpful in fighting against cancer. This has been researched by different medical practitioners and the reasons behind these discoveries unrivaled. … Read more via The...
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    General Health Living with HIV/AIDS – The Guardian Nigeria News

    I’ve been positive for 2 years, I was shocked when the doctor said, ‘Deborah, you’re HIV positive’, I was devastated. The doctor counseled me and asked me if I … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News
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    General Health How physical activities reduce risk of hypertension, diabetes, others – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Medical experts have identified Non Communicable Diseases (NCD) as the leading causes of morbidity and mortality, stressed on the need for increased physical activities to improve health and wellbeing. They harped … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News...
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    General Health High fructose, fat diet damages liver mitochondria, causes metabolic syndrome – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Researchers at Joslin Diabetes Center have found that high levels of fructose in the diet inhibit the liver’s ability to properly metabolize fat. This effect is specific to fructose. Indeed, equally high levels of glucose in the diet actually improve the … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria...
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    General Health Severe gum disease linked to 49% higher risk of hypertension – The Guardian Nigeria News

    More and more evidence points to the notion that gum disease increases the risk of other health conditions, including hypertension. A new review of the literature now argues that the more severe the form of gum disease, the higher … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and...
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    Sexual Health Male Masturbation: 4 Negative Effects – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Most men will begin to masturbate in their early adolescence and continue to pleasure themselves far into adulthood, thinking about how this type of sexual activity affects your life probably doesn’t occupy much of your brain space. However, this act … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria...
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    General Health 5 Tips To Keep You Looking Fabulous During Pregnancy – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Expecting a baby? Then you’re probably bursting at the seams (maybe literally). Being pregnant doesn’t mean giving up your personal style. There are so many maternity options now that flattering your beautiful shape – whether you’re carrying high or low or are … Read more via The Guardian...
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    General Health What every mother should know about breastfeeding – The Guardian Nigeria News

    World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated every year from 1 to 7 August to encourage breastfeeding and improve the health of babies around the world. Being a mother is usually a … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News
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    General Health 5 Amazing Benefits Of Thyme To The Body – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Thyme is one spice that has an abundance of amazing nutrients which is useful to the every part of the human body. The nutrients in thyme have disease-preventing and health-promoting properties. This aromatic herb … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News...
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    General Health Sleeplessness raises heart disease, stroke risk by 70% – The Guardian Nigeria News

    People suffering from insomnia may have an increased risk of coronary artery disease, heart failure and stroke, according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation. Previous observational studies have found an association between insomnia... Read more via The...
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    General Health ‘I don’t smell!’ Meet the people who have stopped washing – the Guardian

    David Whitlock has not showered or bathed for 15 years, yet he does not have body odour. “It was kind of strange for the first few months, but after that I stopped missing it,” he says. “If I get a specific part of my body dirty, then I’ll wash … Read more via the Guardian...
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    4 Signs That You Need A “Me-Time” In Your Relationship – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Love can be intoxicating, especially in a new relationship. It is next to magical the way your lover makes you feel. And it seems as if the more you are with him/her, the stronger that feeling intensifies. Slowly, your lover becomes the … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria...
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    General Health 5 Ways To Improve Your Mental Health – The Guardian Nigeria News

    There are so many things that contribute to your mental health and total well-being and caring about these things is very important. The way you care … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News
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    General Health Five Health Benefits Of Water Melon Seeds – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Watermelon is one of the most common fruits in the world, while some prefer it blended with other fruits as a smoothie, others take it like it is. However, most people are sleeping on the health benefit of the watermelon seed. As … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News –...
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    General Health Why garlic, onion, ginger are best for cancer – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Recent studies have provided explanations on why omega-3 fatty acids in oily fishes, green tea, garlic, onion, ginger, turmeric and vitamin D are best anti-cancer supplements. The studies published by Medical News Today indicate that certain dietary supplements may help reduce a person’s risk...
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    General Health ‘Wrong use of prescription contact lens can cause blindness’ – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Contact lenses, both prescription and cosmetic, can be bought from any store, without proper knowledge on usage and maintenance. Dr. Nwosu Chidiebere, an optometrist specialised in prescription glasses and contact lenses, said wrong use of contact lenses could lead to … Read more via The...
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    General Health Demystifying the myths associated with albinism – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Around the world, the occurrence of albinism is as high as one out of three thousand. It is no news that people living with albinism are often times victims of societal ignorance and discrimination. The general populaces are … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News...
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    General Health Children born to mothers in polluted areas have lower IQs – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Children born to mothers who live in polluted areas may grow up to be less intelligent, a study suggests. Research has found being exposed to tiny particles of air pollution while in the womb could affect brain development so much … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and...
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    General Health 5 Healthy Lifestyles Habits To Get Rid Of Belly Fat – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Is that protruding belly stopping your zipper from closing properly and you think that is the worst of your problems? Tummy fat is not only an unfashionable headache but it is also not healthy for your general wellbeing. There are two types … Read more via The Guardian Nigeria News –...
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    Sexual Health Why penis enlargement surgery ineffective, potentially dangerous – The Guardian Nigeria News

    A new study has shown that penis enlargement surgeries are usually ineffective and can cause substantial psychological and physical damage to men. The study results were published in the latest issue of the journal Sexual Medicine Reviews. The study was titled, “Systematic … Read more via...