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6 Food Items that Can Trigger Headaches

What foods do you eat? It’s a crucial question to ask yourself because the answer may provide insight into your health problems. For instance, certain foods may frequently result in headaches. Some foods appear to be healthy for the body, yet appearances and flavors can be deceiving. Your favorite cheese …

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Signs That Indicate You Need To Go For STDs Test

Most s£xually transmitted diseases are spread when a person has s£x with someone who already has the disease. The Mayo Clinic says that some STDs aren’t too bad, but others could be very bad for your health if you don’t get rid of them. We’ll look at some of the most common signs and …

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Signs Your Sugar Level Is High And Foods You Should Eat

High blood sugar, also known as hyperglycemia, is a condition that occurs when the level of glucose in the bloodstream becomes too high. Elevated sugar levels can lead to serious health problems, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Here are some signs that your sugar level is high: …

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Common Habits/Practices That Causes Breast Cancer In Women

Globally, according to WHO, breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer morbidity and mortality among women and has become a major cause for public health concern. Studies show that genetic mutations and damage to DNA can cause breast cancer development when the cells within the breast tissues grow uncontrollably and …

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Common Bladder Problems in Men and How To Treat Them

According to Heathline, Bladder problems are a common occurrence in both men and women. In men, the most common bladder problems are urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, and an enlarged prostate gland. The following provides an overview of these problems and discusses how they can be treated. Unintentional urine loss is …

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6 brain-boosting foods to add to your diet for sharp memory

What you eat has a significant impact on your body and health. Very few people, however, know that what you consume also affects your energy level, mood, and memory. A healthy well-balanced diet can do wonders for your brain health. Eating healthy foods encourages good blood flow to the brain. …

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Turkey earthquake: Where did it hit and why was it so deadly?

More than 2,000 people have been killed and thousands injured by a huge earthquake which struck south-eastern Turkey, near the Syrian border, in the early hours of Monday morning. The earthquake, which hit near the town of Gaziantep, was closely followed by numerous aftershocks – including one which was almost …

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Hundreds dead after massive earthquake rocks Turkey and Syria

A 7.8-magnitude earthquake left more than 500 people dead and many trapped as it toppled buildings in southern Turkey and northern Syria on Monday. More casualties were feared in the aftermath of the early morning temblor. At a news conference, Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay confirmed at least 284 had been killed in the country. The …

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Brainy but needy orphan gets sponsorship to study pharmacy at KNUST

The 19-year-old orphan science student who obtained 7As and B3 in West Africa Senior Secondary School Certificate (WASSCE) but ended up selling tomatoes and onions on the streets of Koforidua due to financial challenges has gained admission on sponsorship to pursue Doctor of Pharmacy program at Kwame Nkrumah University of …

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Pope urges end to ethnic hatred in historic South Sudan visit

  Pope Francis waves to the crowds from his popemobile at the John Garang mausoleum in Juba before delivering an open-air mass. By Simon MAINA (AFP) Pope Francis flew home Sunday with the leaders of the Anglican and Scottish churches after a joint trip to violence-plagued South Sudan, where he …

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Reasons behind sharp pain in men testicles

Are you aware that there are certain reasons why a man may feel sharp pain in his testicles? The balls are extremely significant organs in a man’s body since they promote or generate testosterone and also aid in the development and storage of sperm cells, therefore any changes in the …

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Sugar’s Impact on Vaginal Health

Sugar consumption has a significant impact on vaginal health. Here are some of the ways sugar affects the female genitalia: Yeast Infections: According to Healthline, consuming large amounts of sugar can increase the growth of Candida albicans, a type of yeast that can cause vaginal yeast infections. Yeast thrives on sugar, and when …

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Ladies: What It Means To Have A Tight Vagina

Accrding to Healthline, If you’re having pain during penetration, a “tight” vagina could be an indicator of a more serious problem. When you’re aroused, your vaginal muscles loosen up on their own. Your vagina won’t loosen, lubricate itself, or stretch if you aren’t in the mood for or physically able to …

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Catholic Bishop Resigns After Falling In Love

Bishop Xavier Novell of Spain has reportedly left the Catholic Church after falling in love with an author of demonic erotic novels. The 52-year-old priest, who became Spain’s youngest bishop in 2010, submitted his resignation at the end of last month, citing “personal reasons”. According to the Catholic website Religión …

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Conditions that can damage nerves of your Penis

The nerves of the penis play a crucial role in $exual function and sensation. Damage to these nerves can lead to a variety of conditions that can greatly impact a man’s quality of life. Some of the most common conditions that can damage the nerves of the penis include diabetes, …

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UG students march over ‘illegal’ fees

Some concerned students of the University of Ghana (UG), have held a protest dubbed ‘Ya br3 Mo’ to register their displeasure with the recent increment in Academic Facility User Fees (AFUF). The protest, which took place today, Friday, 3 February 2023, saw the students converge at the Obra Spot in …

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What you can do at home while receiving HIV treatment

Human immune virus (HIV) refers to an infection that can be spread from person to person through intercourse, or the use of sharp objects with an infected person. It can lead to the weakening of your immune system thereby exposing you to diseases. According to Mayo Clinic, what people can do …

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Doctors at Korle Bu threaten strike

The Korle Bu Doctors Association (KODA) is threatening to withdraw its services to the Out-Patient Department and elective surgeries over unpaid arrears. The strike is expected to commence from February 6 to 10, should Management fail to come up with clear timelines for payment of 13th-month salary areas. “If nothing …

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4 popular foods you should stop cooking with salt

Salt, also known as sodium chloride, is a widely used ingredient in cooking. While it can enhance the flavor of food, it is important to be aware of the potential negative effects of consuming too much salt on one’s health. According to WebMD, various studies have linked excessive salt intake to …

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Conflict survivors to meet Pope Francis on his DR Congo trip

It took years for Marie Louise Wambale to re-establish her life after fighting between M23 rebels and the army of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in the country’s eastern region forced her to flee with almost nothing about a decade ago. Like most Catholics in the eastern DRC, …

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