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Is “male menopause” real? [READ]

The female reproductive cycle comes to an end with the menopause. But as men age, they undergo a variety of changes and symptoms that...

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Exercise, sleep can lower risk of developing irritable bowel syndrome 

Healthy lifestyles, specifically not smoking, a high activity level, and sleeping 7 to 9 hours per night, might decrease the risk of developing irritable...

Herpes may double the risk of developing dementia – Researchers

Researchers have found a link between herpes and dementia risk. This is according to a new study from Uppsala University in Sweden. Anyone who has received...

Too much vitamin B3 may contribute to heart disease – Experts

Recent studies have revealed a possible link between high blood levels of the common B vitamin niacin and cardiovascular disease. The researchers saw that excess...

Ethical Considerations in Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

By Dayo Ojerinde Artificial intelligence has brought forth a number of legal and ethical challenges for society, including those involving privacy and surveillance, bias and...

The Role of Artificial Intelligence Chatbots in Improving Patient Engagement

By Dayo Ojerinde The healthcare industry has witnessed a transformative shift with the integration of Artificial Intelligence technologies in recent years. Among these innovations, chatbots...

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Is “male menopause” real? [READ]

The female reproductive cycle comes to an end with the menopause. But as men age, they undergo a variety of changes and symptoms that...

Exercise, sleep can lower risk of developing irritable bowel syndrome 

Healthy lifestyles, specifically not smoking, a high activity level, and sleeping 7 to 9 hours per night, might decrease the risk of developing irritable...

Herpes may double the risk of developing dementia – Researchers

Researchers have found a link between herpes and dementia risk. This is according to a new study from Uppsala University in Sweden. Anyone who has received...

Too much vitamin B3 may contribute to heart disease – Experts

Recent studies have revealed a possible link between high blood levels of the common B vitamin niacin and cardiovascular disease. The researchers saw that excess...

Ethical Considerations in Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

By Dayo Ojerinde Artificial intelligence has brought forth a number of legal and ethical challenges for society, including those involving privacy and surveillance, bias and...

The Role of Artificial Intelligence Chatbots in Improving Patient Engagement

By Dayo Ojerinde The healthcare industry has witnessed a transformative shift with the integration of Artificial Intelligence technologies in recent years. Among these innovations, chatbots...

Primary Health Care

Fight against malaria: Nigeria, others at the mercy of new mosquito species

The discovery of a mosquito species known as "Steve" (scientifically named Anopheles stephensi) puts Nigeria and other African nations at risk of a spike...

In what ways do low-carbohydrate diets impact weight?

Those who follow a low-carb, mostly plant-based diet are more likely to prevent weight gain, According to a recent study. Less refined carbohydrates, fat, and...

Sleep disruptions in 30s and 40s linked to cognitive decline a decade later – Experts

According to a new study, people who have more interrupted sleep in their 30s and 40s are more than twice as likely to have...

The heart: All you need to know [READ]

The human heart is a finely-tuned instrument that serves the whole body. It is a muscular organ around the size of a closed fist,...

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Is “male menopause” real? [READ]

The female reproductive cycle comes to an end with the menopause. But as men age, they undergo a variety of changes and symptoms that...

Exercise, sleep can lower risk of developing irritable bowel syndrome 

Healthy lifestyles, specifically not smoking, a high activity level, and sleeping 7 to 9 hours per night, might decrease the risk of developing irritable...

Herpes may double the risk of developing dementia – Researchers

Researchers have found a link between herpes and dementia risk. This is according to a new study from Uppsala University in Sweden. Anyone who has received...

Too much vitamin B3 may contribute to heart disease – Experts

Recent studies have revealed a possible link between high blood levels of the common B vitamin niacin and cardiovascular disease. The researchers saw that excess...

Reproduction & Family planning

Is “male menopause” real? [READ]

The female reproductive cycle comes to an end with the menopause. But as men age, they undergo a variety of changes and symptoms that...

The heart: All you need to know [READ]

The human heart is a finely-tuned instrument that serves the whole body. It is a muscular organ around the size of a closed fist,...

How to care for children with diabetes [READ]

Master Johnson was having constant and recurring fever over a period of time while also passing large volume of urine. Worried by the development, his...

Cervical Cancer: WHO advises African countries to step up HPV vaccination

The World Health Organisation has urged all countries in the region to actively engage in awareness campaigns and promote screening as well as HPV...

Nutrition

Exercise, sleep can lower risk of developing irritable bowel syndrome 

Healthy lifestyles, specifically not smoking, a high activity level, and sleeping 7 to 9 hours per night, might decrease the risk of developing irritable...

Too much vitamin B3 may contribute to heart disease – Experts

Recent studies have revealed a possible link between high blood levels of the common B vitamin niacin and cardiovascular disease. The researchers saw that excess...

In what ways do low-carbohydrate diets impact weight?

Those who follow a low-carb, mostly plant-based diet are more likely to prevent weight gain, According to a recent study. Less refined carbohydrates, fat, and...

Can eating more tomatoes daily help lower high blood pressure?

Eating tomatoes has been linked to a blood pressure-lowering effect and may help avoid high blood pressure in older adults, according to a recent...
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