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But I Know I Love You; Eclampsia Experience

No one ever prepares for the eventualities that come with pregnancy, we all hope that the women in our lives take in and give birth to our minis uneventful atleast not having Eclampsia. Pretty sure it was the same with the newlyweds that will be sharing their beautiful story today, sit back and get enlightened.It’s important to know this is an awareness post on Eclampsia; a post that I hope helps everyone out there. This fancy word Eclampsia is not something anyone wants to associate with pregnancy as couples. It is a complication of severe Preeclampsia and comes as onset …

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World Malaria Day

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 serious. Hence I would be writing this blog post as a Nigerian who has suffered or come down with or …

Survived Bone Cancer
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I Yeeted Bone Cancer

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 student, working full-time, and a single mother to my son Jason. All that came to an abrupt halt when I …

Lifestyle Health

How To Maximize Time During Lockdown

Yaay! By the time this post would be made public I would have had 3 weeks plus lockdown at home due to COVID-19. Pretty sure 2020 will be taught in future history class as one of the pandemic years and hey grand kids, your granny being me would be answering all your questions and be sending you those annoying Broadcasts. Initially, I was okay with the idea of staying home to help curb the virus spread but with time I started getting itchy to do something, to maximize my time out of all of these going on and I am …

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Surviving Stroke

On a random day during the holiday, I was scrolling through Twitter and came across an interesting tweet that got my attention. I followed through to the original tweet and met this lovely soul that will be my blog guest for today who is really Surviving stroke, in short words- has survived stroke. Yay! Allow me to introduce Emma Gee, one of Australia’s acclaimed Inspirational Speakers, offering her thoughts and solutions on resilience and person-centred care, she is definitely doing well in Surviving stroke that occurred due to AVM surgery.    Kindly introduce yourself for my awesome blog readers who don’t …