Category Research

Study Explains How Folic Acid May Not Help With Pre-eclampsia

Pre-eclampsia is a serious condition where abnormally high blood pressure and other complications develop during pregnancy. It affects about 3-5% of pregnancies and is dangerous for both mother and child. Some mums believe taking folic acid may help with pre-eclampsia

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Hope For Alcoholism Cure As Researchers Discover Brain Circuit That Controls Compulsive Drinking

A brain circuit that controls the compulsive drinking of alcohol has been discovered in mice, offering a hope of one day finding a cure for alcoholism in humans. Scientists have long sought to understand why some people are prone to

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How Watching Porn Causes Changes To Your Brain And Can Kill Your Natural Ability To Orgasm

Watching porn is a widespread habit among men and women but very extremely few people understand how the guilty pleasure may be rewiring their sexuality and causing damage to their natural senses. Watching pornography can actually make you develop erectile

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Taking Paracetamol During Pregnancy May Reduce Fertility Of Daughters- Study

Taking paracetamol during pregnancy may impair the future fertility of female offspring, according to a new review. The article reviews three separate rodent studies that all report altered development in the reproductive systems of female offspring from mothers given paracetamol

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How Earning More Than 40% Of Household Income Causes Your Husband’s Stress Levels To Increase – Study

A new study has tied the economic power of a woman to her husband’s stress levels. While it seems that many men want their wives to earn, so they can assist with paying the bills, it seems, they do not

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5 Reasons Why You Should Reduce Your Bread Consumption -Health Experts

Bread is one of the most consumed foods in Nigeria. There are many meals that you can make with bread such as breakfast meals, bread and akara sandwich and many more. However, scientific reasons have made us believe that eating

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Childhood Chores Not Helpful In Development Of Self-Control- Study

You probably dislike to hear it but a new study has said there is no relationship between assigning chores to your child and their development of a sense of discipline. Although assigning household chores is considered an essential component of

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Why Skipping Breakfast Is Bad For Your Health – Research

Unfortunately, the eating pattern of an average Nigerian has increasingly varied and become irregular apparently due to changes in lifestyles. Today, breakfast which scientists say is the best meal of the day is missed in favour of snacking throughout the

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The Role of Marijuana And Substance Usage In A Couples’ Infertility And Miscarriages

A new study has highlighted the role smoking marijuana plays in infertility and miscarriages. According to Boston University researchers who examined over 1,400 couples before they got pregnant, when men smoke marijuana once a week or more, their partners are

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Climaxing Doesn’t Always Translate To Enjoying Sex -Experts Tell Us Why

Sex is a mandatory component of marital bliss. Not just the act of it, but doing it in such a way that both parties are mutually satisfied at the end of the day. However, not everybody that experiences orgasm during

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Does Birth Control Up Breast Cancer Risk? See What A New Study Says

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! The increasing breast cancer awareness comes at a time when women can find substantial improvements in breast cancer prevention and treatment. If you want to avoid an unwanted pregnancy, taking birth control is usually

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Bottling Up Feelings/ Emotions Could Put Women At Risk Of Stroke -New Study Finds

While some women speak out about their feelings, others don’t talk about them and that “self-silencing” could affect their health. Women who tend to keep quiet about their feelings may be at risk for a stroke and other cardiovascular risks,

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New Study Warns Of The Potential Adverse Effects Of Taking Paracetamol During Pregnancy

A new study by researchers at the University of Bristol has found further evidence linking paracetamol intake during pregnancy with potential adverse behavioral and cognitive problems during childhood. Paracetamol is often used to alleviate pain during pregnancy and is the

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Father’s Genes Influence The Sex Of A Baby –Study Reiterates