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Wondering How Important Exercise Is During First Trimester? | This New Study Answers Just That

Exercising, as we know is necessary to preserve muscle strength, keep the heart strong, maintain a healthy body weight, and stave off chronic diseases such as diabetes. Most Nigerian women believe that exercising when in their first trimester can hurt

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Young And Smoking Marijuana? You Need To Read This!

A new study by researchers from Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland has found that adolescents who frequently smoke marijuana may experience a decline in Intelligence Quotient over time. The findings of the research, experts say, provide further insight into

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Study: Tobacco Users Risk COVID-19 Infection With Severe Manifestations | Here’s What You Need To Know

Experts have warned that smokers are at a potential risk factor for COVID-19 infection with severe manifestations. The experts also warned that tobacco users who have pre-existing comorbidities of the heart or lungs are at higher risk. The study, as

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How You Treat The Mother Of Your Children Has Far-reaching Outcomes For Them Study Finds

A study has revealed that how a father acts towards the mother of his children affects them long term. In an ideal world, every family will resemble something from a Hallmark card and the parents would be perfect. However, sometimes

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Did You Know That Twins Conceived Naturally Can Have Double Paternity? Experts Explain How

Medical experts have said that it is possible for twins conceived naturally to have two different biological fathers. The phenomenon, they say, is known as heteropaternal superfecundation — a phenomenon that occurs when two different males father fraternal twins. They

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Women Issues: Study Links The Use Of Ovulation-inducing Drugs To Risk Of Ovarian Cancer

A Consultant Gynaecologist, Dr. Adeleke Kaka, has cautioned women battling infertility to stop abusing ovulation-inducing drugs or risk ovarian cancer. Dr Kaka, who is the Medical Director, Gbagada General Hospital, Lagos, says if drugs that induce ovulation are used for

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New Study Explains Why COVID-19 Survivors Experience Prolonged Illness

A study published in the BMJ journal reveals that approximately 10 percent of people experience prolonged illness after surviving COVID-19. The study, titled, ‘Long covid could be four different syndromes, a review suggests,’ notes that there is a wide range

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Study Finds That Adolescents Who Have Involved Dads Will Likely Turn Out Better Than Their Peers

In low-income families, fathers who are engaged in their children’s lives can help to improve their mental health and behavior, according to a Rutgers University-New Brunswick study published in the journal Social Service Review. The researchers found that adolescents in low-income

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Why Women Impregnated By These Kind Of Men Are Likely To Have A Miscarriage, Stillbirth

A study has revealed that over a quarter of pregnancies might end up as ectopic, in miscarriage or stillbirth if the father-to-be is unhealthy and has three or more medical conditions like obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol

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‘COVID dementia’ -New Study Suggests COVID-19 Can Directly Enter The Brain

Evidence tying COVID-19 to a wide range of neurological effects continues to grow. And now, a new animal study suggests the virus is capable of directly invading the brain. The effects could be serious, leading to brain fog and something researchers call

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Scientists Find That Moms Who Suffered From This Unpleasant Pregnancy Sickness Tend To Have Children With Higher IQs

Researchers have discovered that if you suffer from pregnancy sickness, you may likely have a child whose IQ is higher. The full meaning of IQ is Intelligent Quotient, a way of measuring intelligence in humans. This simply means that your

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Living Well: New Research Shows You Can Determine How Healthy You Are In Just One Minute Using This Test

Climbing four flights of stairs in less than a minute indicates good heart health, according to new research presented at EACVI — Best of Imaging 2020, a scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). This study was conducted

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Stunted Children Who Gain Rapid Weight After Age 2 Risk Heart Disease- Study

A range of factors that contribute to a child becoming stunted has been identified. They include low socio-economic status, dietary intake, infections, the mother’s nutrition, micronutrient deficiencies and poor sanitation, the Global Childhood Report 2019 has stated. Because of these

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Why New Parents Should Not Worry About Their Baby’s Inconsistent Sleep Patterns

New parents often expect their baby to start sleeping through the night around the time they reach six months of age. But according to a new study parents should view sleep consolidation as a process, instead of a milestone to

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New Large Scale Study Finds That Your Risk Of Contracting COVID-19 Reduces If You Have This Blood Type

A new large-scale study has found that a person’s risk of contracting the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic reduces if he or she has a particular blood type. The study, published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, states that type O blood

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Study Looks At Experiences Of Undesired Effects Of Hormonal Contraception Among Women

A study of women who experienced mental ill-health from a hormonal contraception indicates they value their mental well-being higher than a satisfactory sex life. Their experiences can influence their choice of contraception. This is one of four themes that researchers

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HIV Prevention In Women: Injectable PrEP And Daily Pill, Which Is Better? New Study Answers

A team of researchers from the HIV Prevention Trials Network have found that the pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) regimen of long-acting cabotegravir injections once every eight weeks was safe and better than the daily oral tenofovir/emtricitabine currently used for HIV prevention

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Mental Health: Study Identifies Blood Test That May Accurately Predict Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists said on Monday that they had developed a way of predicting if patients will develop Alzheimer’s disease by analysing their blood, in what experts hailed as a potential “gamechanger” in the fight against the debilitating condition. Around 50 million

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New Study Finds That Eating This Fruit Could Reduce Wrinkles

If you’re looking to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, you may want to bypass the skin care aisle and head to the produce section instead. A recent study found that eating this type of fruit could minimize facial

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New Study Casts Doubt On The Health Benefits Of Eating Eggs

Eggs are a nutrient goldmine! They are a very good source of inexpensive, high-quality protein. However, a new study has cast doubt on these health benefits of eating egg. Researchers at the University of South Australia who studied a sample

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How Generosity Prolongs Your Life – Study

Giving money or resources to your children or ageing parents is likely to increase their life span, according to a new paper published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. The study results showed there is a

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Scientists Share Some Excellent Update On A New Game-Changing Cancer Treatment

A group of scientists have discovered a “more elegant chemotherapy” that can accurately target cancerous cells in a first in the battle against the disease. The research successfully killed cancerous cells while leaving healthy ones around it using a technique

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Taking One Cup Of This Brewed Drink A Day Could Increase Risk Of Stillbirth -Study 

Pregnant women have been urged to cut out caffeine, after a new study suggested just one cup of a caffeinated drink a day could increase the risk of stillbirth by more than a quarter. Guidance on the NHS website suggests

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Researchers Warn Of The Dangers Of Use Of Antibiotics Among Kids Under Two | A Must Read

Antibiotics can be a lifesaving treatment for children with bacterial infections and are the most commonly prescribed therapy among all medications given to children. However, according to a study published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings sparked concern Monday, antibiotic use among children under

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Why You Should Stop Taking Over-the-counter Vitamin D Drug Without Doctor’s Supervision Immediately 

Though Vitamin D could be bought over the counter at many pharmacies, taking the medication without the supervision of a physician is extremely dangerous, researchers revealed. The researchers also warn that vitamin D is not beneficial in all its forms because

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