On a beautiful day on twitter, I came across a strong lady who will be sharing her bone cancer “yeeting” story that helped me see life from a different perspective. Sit back and become aware through this write up that bone cancer exists, not forgetting this is to help bring more awareness on bone cancer… Like, share and comment at the end…. When I turned 20 years old, I was living a fast paced life: I was a full-time university… Read More »I Yeeted Bone Cancer
Health according to WHO is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
Being healthy is the most abused word out there limiting to physical forgetting the mental aspect.
Alot of individuals are going through alot of mental situations hence not healthy according to definition.
I have come to realize that whenever malaria in mentioned anywhere outside Africa, it’s seen as a very deadly disease and I can’t help but laugh at this notion for if this is really true all Africans would have been long gone and there wouldn’t be any continent like African continent. I remember the day we watched documentary on malaria, the laugh and smiles on my African group mates faces said it all. We sure were like it’s not that… Read More »World Malaria Day
Waiting till immunity is low isn’t medically advisable, building up immune system starts from what you eat daily and are you eating the right kind of food/fruit? In what quantity?
We would discuss all about boosting immune system in this post so keep reading
I found out I have keloid formation tendencies during my big sister’s wedding. Oh no! I don’t want to remember it 😂😂😂. This was about twelve or fourteen years ago, we (my cousins and I) were carrying drinks from one point to another and unto some geh that her big sister was getting married traditionally, I was on heels, catwalking like some teenager on runway when I had the almighty fall. That fall was epic for I sure don’t remember… Read More »Keloid
Arteriovenous malformation is an abnormal connection between arteries and veins, bypassing the capillary system. It wasn’t until I blogged about Surviving Stroke that I knew how serious today’s topic is, infact there’s this Instagram account of someone I know from distance that is apparently a survivor and full of energy. With my whole yen yen chitchat about interest in a particular field in medicine, I just didn’t know much about ArterioVenous Malformation and I will try and explain-blog about this so that both non medical, health… Read More »ArterioVenous Malformation