Things that may cause chest pain during pregnancy

Some relatively harmless issues that can cause chest pain during pregnancy are outlined below. Heartburn When a person eats, a valve between the esophagus and stomach opens to let food into the stomach. This valve is called the esophageal sphincter. When a person is not eating, the esophageal sphincter ordinarily closes to stop partially digested food and stomach acid from…

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Foods That Can Induce Periods Naturally

This article stated foods that induce periods naturally. We hardly ever get time for exercise, our diets are unregulated and a sedentary lifestyle are all detrimental to our health. For women, the consequences of such a lifestyle may manifest in irregular or painful periods. Some superfoods may help you get them back on track. 1. Vitamin C to Induce Menstruation…

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Simple ways to detect pregnancy symptoms

Pregnancy symptoms aren’t always obvious at first. Our bodies are constantly changing and you can never be too sure of what you’re feeling on a particular day. 1.Unexplained nausea You’ve been feeling okay and you’re not sick or anything. But all of a sudden, you feel like throwing up. At this point, even certain common smells trigger you and you…

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WHO criticises the use of face mask during exercise

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned people against wearing face mask while exercising, saying masks may reduce the ability to breathe comfortably. WHO gave the warning on Wednesday in an update of its Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public. READ ALSO: New virus with ‘Pandemic Potential found in Chinese pigs WHO said that sweat could make the face mask to…

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Imperial College London begins Covid-19 Vaccine trials

According to reports, The Medical researchers at the Imperial College London will begin there first clinical trials of a possible Covid-19 vaccine in 300 people this week. The healthy participants, aged between 18 and 70, will all receive two doses of the vaccine over the coming weeks, and the hopes is that tests could then move on to 6,000 volunteers if there…

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Anambra confirms 9 new Coronavirus deaths-Obiano

Governor Willie Obiano,the Anambra State Governor on Wednesday confirmed that nine new persons have died from Coronavirus pandemic in the the State. Governor Obiano, who disclosed while addressing the state today, said that a total of 302 samples had been collected from the state by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). He also said that out of the 230…

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69 killed in Boko Haram attack in Borno State

Boko Haram is the most feared terrorist group in Nigeria, the terrorist group have killed thousands of Nigerians in Borno State, a State in the Northern part of the Country. On Tuesday, the Terrorist group and its leader’s killed about 69 Nigerians and razed Faduma Koloram, a village in Borno State,a State in the Northern part of the Country to…

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Churches not complying with COVID-19 protocols- Abia

The Abia State government through his Excellency Governor Okezie Ipkeazu ,has expressed dissatisfaction with some churches in the Abia State over their failure to comply with the COVID-19 protocols which was formed to help curtail the spread of the virus and at least help everyone to go back in participating in religious activities in the State. Barr. Chris Ezem the…

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Study provides data on hydroxychloroquine outcomes for Covid-19 patients

Recent medical research on the use of hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of Covid-19 shows that the drug won’t be declared good for the moment due adverse effects on patients. A study of electronic medical records from the United States Veterans Health Administration medical centers has found that hydroxychloroquine–with or without azithromycin–did not reduce the risk of ventilation or death and…

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The benefits: 5 Reasons skin loves honey

Reasons why the skin loves honey are too numerous, here are stipulated five reasons. Though more study is needed to prove some of honey’s facial effects, there is enough evidence to show the promise of this golden syrup. But what can honey do? Let us count the ways. Honey has been used for thousands of years as a facial treatment.…

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Coronavirus: WHO resumes study on Chloroquine

Earlier last week,the world health organisation ,WHO, suspended trial on the Chloroquine usage to prevent Coronavirus. According to reports, the Organisation is Said to be resuming trial any moment from now on the Chloroquine usage for treatment of Coronavirus patients It could be recalled that WHO last week temporarily suspended trail on the drug under a larger study called ‘Solidarity…

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Harmful Disease: Diabetes mellitus

Harmful Disease: Diabetes mellitus

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces. Insulin is a hormone that regulates blood sugar. Hyperglycaemia, or raised blood sugar, is a common effect of uncontrolled disease of diabetes mellitus and over time leads to serious damage to many…

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HEALTH TIPS: How to solve sleeping problems during pregnancy

Getting plenty of rest and sleep is essential during pregnancy, but sometimes that’s easier said than done as many women face serious sleeping problems during this delicate time. Many women have trouble getting comfortable or have restless babies kicking throughout the night. How common is it to experience insomnia during pregnancy? National Sleep Foundation research found 78% of women report more disturbed sleep…

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18-year-old student raped to death in Ibadan

18-year-old Laboratory technology student of the Ibadan Federal College of Animal/Production Technology and Moore Plantation, Apata, Ibadan, has reportedly been raped to death. The 18-year-old rape victim Barakat Bello, was said to have been sexually assaulted in her place at Akinyele Local Government Area in Oyo State. According to information, the teen girl was attacked on Monday but her corpse…

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HEALTH TIPS: Foods to eat and avoid if you have gastritis or ulcer

Many people are suffering from gastritis, ulcer and many other stomach problems, and these get worse because they continue eating the wrong foods and persist on the wrong diets, apparently out of ignorance. This article gives a thorough insight on the foods one should eat or avoid if they are suffering from gastritis or ulcer. Gastritis and ulcer pose persistent…

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NCDC : Nigeria records 416 new Covid-19 cases

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Monday, disclosed that the Covid-19 cases in the country has risen to 10, 578 because of the 416 new cases of the virus in the country. The 416 new cases of the Covid-19 pandemic on Monday is the second highest daily toll recorded by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) since…

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HEALTH TIPS: Good Reasons why Banana is the best fruit

Banana supplies vitamin C, dietary fibre, manganese and many other beneficial minerals for your health, and the reasons why banana is considered the best fruit are numerous. What do these mean for your health? The Dietetics Department at Tiong Bahru Community Health Centre explains. Bananas are not only rich in vitamins and fibre, but are also fat-free and cholesterol-free. Have…

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RWANDA: Medical workers use robots to fight coronavirus

According to reports, some medical workers in one coronavirus medical facility in Rwanda will start to use robots to carry out some simple tasks like testing patients and taking temperature readings. At the Kanyinya coronavirus treatment facility in Rwanda, a short distance from the country’s capital Kigali, Akazuba, Ikizere and Ngabo report for duty, but these are no ordinary health…

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Dino Melaye :Kogi State Coronavirus is real

The former 8th Nigerian National Assembly member representing Kogi West Senatorial district, Senator Dino Melaye from Kogi State has confirmed that the Coronavirus pandemic cases in the state is real and authentic. The Senator said this because most people in the state and nationwide still, do not belive that the virus is real and is in the country, and Kogi…

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“I’d rather die than to live this painful life” Sad Story Of Acid Victim, Memuna

A woman, Memuna Malik, is battling suicidal thoughts after she was drenched in an acid attack. It was a day in December 2018 when Memuna, then 27-years old, went to braid her hair at a house in Saudi Arabia, where she was based as a casual worker. Midway into the braiding, another woman, Salomey, stormed into the house with an…

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Coronavirus vaccine 99% ready, Chinese company announces

The Beijing-based biotech company Sinovac currently has its coronavirus vaccine in stage two trials, with more than 1,000 volunteers taking part in the experiment. The company also said it is in preliminary talks to hold stage 3 trials – the final part of the trials process – in the UK. Luo Baishan, a researcher at Sinovac, told Sky News when…

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WHO suspends hydroxychloroquine for coronavirus treatment

The World Health Organisation said it has suspended a clinical trial of the anti-malaria drug, hydroxychloroquine in treatment for coronavirus patients. According to WHO chief, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Un agency took the step out of safety concerns. He said WHO was concerned about safety of the drug, after a study from The Lancet revealed higher mortality rates among…

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Rivers State records two new cases of COVID-19

The two persons that were admitted to the River State University teaching hospital (RSUTH), on Saturday have been tested positive to have the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr Nsirim Larry, the University teaching hospital public relations officer, confirmed the development in a statement in Port Harcourt on Saturday. READ ALSO :https://media.elitempire.org/nigerian-health-sector-lapses-exposed-by-covid-19-kogi-said/ According to him Dr Nsirim Larry, the patients are, a female…

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Four New Covid-19 deaths in Lagos State

About four persons suspected to have the coronavirus pandemic, recently died in Lagos state with the Covid-19 related symptoms and complications. Prof. Akin Abayomi, the Lagos state commissioner for health on Friday made this known through his Twitter handle. The four confirmed coronavirus deaths in the state made the number of total Covid-19 death cases in Lagos to be 46.…

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Dead Covid-19 patient, Ekiti to partner with Kwara

On Friday, the Ekiti state government said that it will contact the Kwara state Government to review the medical history of the suspected Covid-19 patient who died in Ekiti on Wednesday. The old woman (75-year-old) died in one tertiary hospital in Ekiti state after she was moved in from kwara state. The dead woman is suspected to have the pandemic.…

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UK Covid-19 death hits 36,393 as 351 more deaths occurred

The UK Department of Health said in the 24-hour period up to 9am on Friday,that 140,497 Covid-19 tests were carried out or dispatched, testing 80,297 people with 3,287 positive results. Overall a total of 3,231,921 tests have been carried out on 2,144,626 people, and 254,195 cases have been confirmed positive. 121 new deaths of the coronavirus pandemic were confirmed in…

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Covid-19 vaccine : Human trials in Britain reach 10,000

The giant English university Oxford University and AstraZeneca are recruiting around 10,000 adults and children in Britain for trials of an experimental Covid-19 vaccine , a day after receiving U.S. backing worth up to $1.2 billion. Institutions across Britain had begun enrolling up to 10,260 adults and children to see how well the human immune system responds to the vaccine…

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Men more likely to die from CVDs than women, study reveals

Recent medical researches has proven that women are less prone to cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) than men, new researches of more than 160,000 people in 21 countries that was published in The Lancet has proved that men are more likely to have cardiovascular disease (CVDs) and die from it than women. According to the study, there have been concerns that women…

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HEALTH TIPS: See the health benefits of Guava leaves

Guava fruit is known to be packed with many essential nutrients that makes it delicious and tastes good too, its leaves have many health benefits and are essential in medicine, and it can also be used in removing dark spots. Guava leaves drink can provide relief from abdominal cramps and promote faster recovery. Also, since it is a liquid that…

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Trump physician memo, on the taking of hydroxychloroquine

The White House on Monday evening released a memo from the physician to the president following the US President Donald Trump announcement that he is taking hydroxychloroquine as a preventative measure to the coronavirus. The memo does not state that the US President Donald Trump, prescribed hydroxychloroquine, nor does it confirm that he’s taking it. The US President have emphatically said that the anti-malaria…

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