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It’s Healthy:  Why Achieving Your Big ‘O’ Is Good For Your Body And Mind

It’s Healthy: Why Achieving Your Big ‘O’ Is Good For Your Body And Mind

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By Elite Reporter When it comes to sex, there is a lot of speculation about how an orgasm affects the brain. It’s like a little death because it's often thought that your brain shuts off during an orgasm for a little bit in that moment. But while that may be the case, that doesn't mean that the brain, in addition to the body, isn't affected by an orgasm. In fact, the brain is even more affected by an orgasm than the body and in far more complicated ways. Although it being a complex organ, there are many behaviors and reactions that experts and researchers understand about the brain, but much of the science of sex and sexuality still has yet to be explored. It Lessens Anxiety With this lowered decision-making comes lessened fear and anxiety about, well, everything. If you're
Health: What Is Not Right With Your Monthly Periods

Health: What Is Not Right With Your Monthly Periods

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By Elite Reporter Wait, how long is your period supposed to last; you may ask! Let's not be timid here: Bleeding every single month is already kind of a pain, so when your period decides to extend its visit a little longer than usual, it can be downright infuriating and concerning, to be honest. However, there's a pretty big range of normal when it comes to your period's length in to say a typical one can last between two to seven days. So if your period lasts 10 days or more, or suddenly changes significantly in length for three or more cycles in a row, that warrants a call to your gynaecologist, says Dr. Alex Ateenyi at KIU hospital. However, there's no need to panic, most causes of prolonged menstrual bleeding mentioned below aren't a big deal and can be fixed or impr...
Health: Best Tips To Help You Quit Smoking

Health: Best Tips To Help You Quit Smoking

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By Elite  Reporter Dropping that cigarette you're so much used to smoking is not easy. Actually, although most people think it's only men who smoke, a lot of women in Uganda are increasingly becoming smokers. But if you have been smoking for a long time and now you want to drop it, here are tips from our health experts that will help you; Find Your Reason To get motivated You need a powerful, personal reason to quit. It may be to protect your family from secondhand smoke.  Or lower your chance of getting lung cancer, heart disease, or other conditions. Or to look and feel younger. Choose a reason that is strong enough to outweigh the urge to light up. Prepare Before You Go 'Cold Turkey' There’s more to it than just tossing your cigarettes out. Smoking is an addict
Health Facts: Crucial Things You Have To Know About Diabetes

Health Facts: Crucial Things You Have To Know About Diabetes

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By Elite Reporter Diabetes has become a common health problem and is affecting youngsters and older people alike. Once it is diagnosed, you should opt for precautions to avoid further health damages. Nutritionists have revealed that various natural sources such as fruits, spices, and herbs have potential to treat diabetes. It is worth mentioning that the treatment from natural options can help maintain sugar levels in your bloodstream, they cannot eliminate diabetes. Moreover, consulting with your endocrinologist in this context and incorporating home remedies into your daily routine can also improve the condition of diabetics. What is diabetes? It is a chronic disease that occurs when your blood glucose or blood sugar exceeds uncontrollably. Blood sugar is the primary source...
Natural Remedies: Apples, Tea Can Protect You Against Cancer

Natural Remedies: Apples, Tea Can Protect You Against Cancer

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By Elite Reporter Consuming flavonoid-rich items such as apples and tea protects against cancer and heart disease, particularly for smokers and heavy drinkers, according to a new study. Researchers from ECU's School of Medical and Health Sciences analysed data from the Diet, Cancer and Health cohort that assessed the diets of 53,048  people over 23 years. They found that people who habitually consumed moderate to high amounts of foods rich in flavonoids, compounds found in plant-based foods and drinks, were less likely to die from cancer or heart disease. No quick fix for poor habits The researchers noted that while the study found a lower risk of death in those who ate flavonoid-rich foods, the protective effect appeared to be strongest for those at high risk of c...
‘5G Can Help Fight Against Coronavirus’-Deloitte Report

‘5G Can Help Fight Against Coronavirus’-Deloitte Report

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By Abel Kawere 5G can enhance the effectiveness of the Coronavirus prevention and treatment, and drive the digital transformation of healthcare systems in response to major public emergencies, such as the current pandemic of COVID-19, a newly released Deloitte report suggests. The white paper titled, “Combating COVID-19 with 5G: Opportunities to improve public health systems,” was produced in collaboration with Huawei. During the outbreak in China, telecommunications operators collaborated with Huawei to rapidly set up a specific 5G network dedicated to COVID-19 treatment hospitals. The white paper analyses examples of COVID-19 control and treatment measures in China and identified challenges that face epidemic management in terms of monitoring, quarantine and treatment. 
Big Heart: Cristiano Ronaldo Turns Hotels Into Hospitals For Corona Virus Patients

Big Heart: Cristiano Ronaldo Turns Hotels Into Hospitals For Corona Virus Patients

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By Elite Reporter Celebrated international soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, who plays for Juventus as a forward, is doing his best to help others during the Coronavirus crisis. After travelling to Portugal in the wake of his mother, Maria Dolores Aveiro, suffering a stroke, the 35-year-old has remained in his native country in order to self-isolate. The decision came after his Juventus teammate Daniele Rugani tested positive for Coronavirus and was photographed with most of the squad just days before his diagnosis. Thankfully, there's been no indication that Ronaldo or any of his family has been suffering with the condition and the sporting superstar has used his privileged position to help wage the war. Ronaldo wrote on his Instagram page: "The world is going through a very ...
Health Watch: Signs You Might Have Uterine Fibroids

Health Watch: Signs You Might Have Uterine Fibroids

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By Elite Reporter Uterine fibroids sound either disgusting or dangerous, depending on your perspective of things that grow on your uterus without asking.  The good news, however, is that they're generally viewed as less of a problem than they sound like; several women will have uterine fibroids before the age of 50,  although there are differences in expectation about when they may turn up, based on your age and background. But there are certain symptoms that can definitely point to a benign growth making a big fuss on a bit of your reproductive system.  The key thing to realize here, although, is that many woman actually don't know they have uterine fibroids because they're asymptomatic (i.e. none of the following list applies to them at all).  Only about a third of a
Panic As WHO Declares Coronavirus A Global Pandemic

Panic As WHO Declares Coronavirus A Global Pandemic

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By Elite Reporter Intense panic has gripped people in several people all over the globe after the World Health Organization declared the worldwide outbreak of the new coronavirus a pandemic, with more than 118,000 cases in 114 countries and 4,291 deaths. "We have called every day for countries to take urgent and aggressive action. We have rung the alarm bell loud and clear," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday. Leaders from the European Union are promising to do "whatever it takes" to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, which first emerged in China at the end of last year. The virus continued to spread in the United States and appeared in new countries including Bolivia, Honduras and Turkey, while Indonesia, Bulgaria and Sweden recorded their first deaths. ...
Sexual Healing: 9 Ways That Sex Can Be Medicine For You & Your Partner

Sexual Healing: 9 Ways That Sex Can Be Medicine For You & Your Partner

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By Brenda Namara Most people don't know that sex has a slot of healing functions and that they should enjoy it on a daily basis.Why have sex? I’m not sure about you but it seems to me that we often talk about sex almost exclusively from a sexual function or dysfunction perspective; what’s working and what’s not. It gets me wondering whether benefits of sex are ever even considered.Perhaps we have not taken time to consider the benefits, or maybe we didn’t even know that there are real benefits to sexual release.Might it be possible to have sex for the health benefits; to deliberately use something already pre-installed in you to meet a need, address a physical problem or support your health? Let’s find out! By the end of this list, I hope that you will reach for your partner and/or you