Jul 23

Fighting Fatigue

Have you ever woken up feeling very tired?! That statement seems like a contradiction. You will expect that after a full night’s rest, one should wake up fully invigorated and prepared to go through the day ahead. Yet, I woke up just feeling that way this morning! I woke up feeling very tired. For a …

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Jul 23

What you should know about kidney failure

13 year old Jide is in pains. His legs are swollen. He feels hot and cold intermittently. Food no longer gives him pleasure. He longer enjoys the cool embrace of a lovely night sleep. His parents have exhausted all their savings in their quest to getting a cure for his aliment. They have tried many …

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Jul 19

Achieving Intimacy in Your Marriage (Debunking 7 Myths) Part 2

4.       SheMyth: Men always want sex This is arguably a forgivable myth. You have probably heard it said time and time again, “…all men think about is sex”. So you have come to accept it as the truth. That may even be your experience as far as relationships with the opposite sex go. It may …

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Jul 18

Achieving Intimacy in Your Marriage (Debunking 7 Myths) 1

Please permit me to ask you a question: who was your very first instructor on sex? By instructor I mean the very first source that you could understand that opened your mind to what human sexual intercourse is all about.  Your parents? A cousin? A friend? A magazine? A movie? If you are like most …

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Jul 17

Kolomental!

  He is in the middle of the road. He struts majestically with many scurried glances thrown his way now and then. But he is oblivious to all. He wears his mangled hair with pride. He has no shirt and what to him is a pair of  trousers can at best be  described as a …

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Jul 17

Fever in Children

Children by their nature and by virtue of their level of maturity cannot articulate their complaints like an adult can. The presence or absence of Fever is  an important pointer for physicians on health state of a child. An unaddressed fever in a child can lead to convulsions (a condition known as febrile convulsions). These …

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Jul 17

The Myth of Abandonment

Health Myths For a while I couldn’t really understand why people get all frantic at the close of a year and the beginning of a new one. Resolutions (many soon forgotten and abandoned!) made; new hope kindled; joy, lightness and mirth abounding. It was all perplexing to me a particular time of the year would …

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