• 20 SEP 17
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    Sugar: sugar, diseases and detoxification

    Sugar: sugar, diseases and detoxification

     Sugar: sugar, diseases and detoxification Sugar is the generalised name for sweet, short-chain and soluble carbohydrates, many of which are used in food. There are various kinds of such carbohydrates, which are derived from different sources, mainly plants, and extracted in sufficient concentrations from sugar-cane and sugar beet. Simple sugars are called monosaccharides and include

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    • 14 SEP 17
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    Swelling on your neck could be reason for infertility

    Swelling on your neck could be reason for infertility

    If you have been unsuccessfully trying to get pregnant for more than six months, before you embark on an invasive medical procedure and spend thousands of naira for assisted reproductive technology, ensure that your thyroid is functioning at its optimum. Many women don’t realise that good thyroid function is necessary for fertility, the ability to

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    • 07 SEP 17
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    What does arsenic do to us?

    What does arsenic do to us?

      Long-term exposure to inorganic arsenic in drinking water in Taiwan has caused the Blackfoot disease, in which the blood vessels in the lower limbs of affected persons were severely damaged, resulting eventually in progressive gangrene. Arsenic exposure has caused other forms of blood vessel disease in the limbs in several other countries. According to

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    • 06 SEP 17
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    What criteria should you consider before choosing a fertility clinic?

    What criteria should you consider before choosing a fertility clinic?

    What criteria should you consider before choosing a fertility clinic? Infertility world wide,  especially in Africa, is more often than not looked upon with distaste. In very many cases the female partner is thought to be the one with the issue preventing her from getting pregnant. Well, thanks to research we now know that the

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