Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.-OW It is not a new you if the same bad old habits are still intact in the new year. read the full post here; https://thesentnurse.com/?p=1866
Happy new month people( I hope that's not late?), I have missed writing to you 😚 I made a video recently, I decided to upload it last week(on my blog) about checking your blood pressure even as a young adult, in case you have not seen it, kindly check it here 🙏 OK! A lot … Continue reading Steps to maintain good health
“Without the weekend, where would the week be?”
― Anthony T. Hincks
A very good example of complex carbohydrate is one of our staple food in Nigeria...Rice!!!
Butylene glycol is used in literally thousands of skin care / cosmetic products because it is affordable and because it has series of effects on the skin. For example, it’s commonly formulated into moisturizers, foundation, primers etc
In this article, we are looking at the top 10 diseases killing Nigerian women and what they can do to protect themselves. 1. Obstetric hemorrhage This is the number one cause of maternal mortality in Nigeria. Statically, Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) ranges from 166-1549 per 100 000 live births with a national average of about … Continue reading Top 10 Diseases Killing Nigerian Women – Protect Yourself
Most chronic diseases experienced in adulthood originated from the kind of nutritional habit in the first 1,000 days of their life. The period was a unique window of opportunity to prevent these diseases. The first 1,000 days of life, from pregnancy to a child’s second birthday, if not properly taken care of, is irreversible and could lead to the development of chronic diseases later in life.
The rich are majorly prone to eating foods that cause high blood pressure and high cholesterol every day. Obesity, related to diet, is one major issue why affluent Nigerians are dying.
War against Chronic Disease Initiative (WACDi) is an NGO saddled with the task of eradicating chronic diseases across Africa: majorly through campaigns and sensitization on prevention schemes.
Prevention is always better than cure…
One Tuesday morning, while I did my checks at the clinic, a young lady (which I’ll call Sade) was rushed in as she was suffering from an extreme condition of lethargy and weakness. My eager self rushed to assist her and subsequently with running some examinations and taking her history. Sadly, she had been dehydrated, … Continue reading STILL ON ELECTROLYTES IN THE BODY