Yemi was in the toilet for the fourth time that night, stooling. As his body shook with the need to empty himself, he searched his mind for what could have caused this. He had not eaten outside the house, neither had he drunk anything apart from water that very day.
South Africa's Afri-Pop princess, Mshoza Motswako The World Health Organization has reported that Nigerians are the highest users of bleaching products: 77% of Nigerian women use the products on a regular basis. They are followed by Togo with 59%; South Africa with 35%; and Mali at 25%. Conversations have been had on bleaching creams
There have been dramatic progress in the global fight against HIV and AIDS but, massive challenges and misunderstandings still remain, especially in Africa. Globally, the number of AIDS-related deaths has dropped by 29 per cent since 2005. Access to antiretroviral drugs has expanded more than 40-fold worldwide in the past decade,
October is breast cancer awareness month and here at AHM, we are very passionate about breast cancer awareness and support. Every 19 seconds, somewhere around the world, a case of breast cancer is diagnosed amongst women. Every 74 seconds, somewhere around the world someone dies from breast cancer. Such statistics is
In a lot of African countries where sickle cell is endemic, you will find that people who are carriers of sickle cell have love relationships with other carriers and these relationships generally do lead to marriage. A few decades ago, this was attested to scientific ignorance, meaning people didnt understand
Last weekend I had the privilege to do a Mental Health Awareness drive to female sexual minorities. I say privilege because this is a group many do not think about when they do target awareness drives ie tailoring mental health awareness messages to different groups especially those considered at most risk. When it comes