Women's Health

4 Simple Tips to  Prevent Premature Ageing

Do you withdraw to yourself and get suicidal? or do you try to reduce the rate at which your body ages? from the article, you will get to know how to reduce the rate at which your body ages, and how to prevent premature ageing.

Ovarian Torsion: All you need to know

Overview The ovary is an organ of the female reproductive system. Every woman has two ovaries (right and left) located in the lower abdomen, on either side of your womb (uterus). The ovaries produce hormones for developing the female organs and as well releases an egg...

How fibroids affect pregnancy

Fibroids are non-cancerous growths in the womb. They are very common affecting 20-40% of women during their reproductive ages. They are solid tumours that can be found in various parts of the womb. They may be solitary or multiple and may range in size from seedlings...

Natural ways to last longer in bed

A little shy and withdrawn, Thompson 32 years old Accountant made his way into the consultation room as the bell rang for his turn. “I never really knew I had a problem Doctor, he started. I was her first partner, the first time we made love, I was nervous and it was...


Oats are super great and healthy for breakfast. They are a type of gluten-free coarse flour made of hulled oat grains. Oatmeal is called different names, depending on how they are processed. Milled oats are usually referred to as “white oats”, steel cut oats are known as “coarse oat” or ‘irish oats” and rolled oats “old fashioned oat”. Oats are good for children adults and old-aged people. I personally love oats because it is not only highly nutritious, but it also fills me up, has a pleasant taste, gives me varieties of ways to prepare it and takes less time to prepare. Isn’t that great? Not convinced? Then I will be showing you 8 reasons why I think you should also love oats.


Vegetables are loaded with lots of vitamins and minerals. They also serve as a source of other nutrients such as fibres and phytochemicals. Because of their delicate nature and the nature of the vitamins contained in them, most nutrients in vegetables are easily lost....


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