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Your Vagina After Baby: 15 Things To Know

  You might feel selfish for asking your doctor 20 questions about your vagina post childbirth. You might think, “Shouldn’t all my questions be about the health of the baby?” But it’s completely normal to worry about your vagina after pushing a little human through it! So here are 15 things

Coming Soon: Remote-Controlled Birth Control

Instead of taking a pill a day, what if you could take one pill that lasted 16 years? That’s the premise for a new project funded by the Gates Foundation, which looks at innovative ways to deliver drugs into the body. A single smart capsule could release drugs into a


  The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union)  presented awards for scientific achievement and public health excellence to an eminent South African researcher and an innovative multidrug-resistant TB project launched in Siberia . Dr Kogieleum Naidoo received the annual Union Scientific prize for her published research on TB-HIV,

Kenya: Polygamy in Kenya – a Legal Way to Spread HIV?

  A controversial new marriage bill legalising polygamy in Kenya has triggered outrage, with HIV activists claiming it may increase HIV infections among married couples. This, activists warn, may thwart the government's promise to reach zero new HIV infections by 2015. The bill was signed by President Uhuru Kenyatta after a heated

Using Food To Fight Stretch Marks-Fast!

Mother nature is something else isn’t it? Food doesn’t just have to serve us to fill our bellies or help us grow. If used correctly, food can be the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to our skin.  Check out how to use food to get rid of

7 Facts You Didn’t Know About Female Infertility

Infertility is a sensitive issue that can leave many women feeling alone in their unfulfilled dreams of getting pregnant and scientists are beginning to discover that even the most seemingly insignificant things can add up to sabotage your baby-making efforts. In fact, a new study says stress can double a woman’s risk

Want to prevent high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and cancer? EXERCISE!

  After the previous article on weightloss here. I decided to share with you quick and easy ways to know if you are making progress in the weight loss department. One way  to  know is by estimating the percentage of fat on your body by using the pinch test. This is done