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The 10 simple changes which can be made that can help you lose weight.

The 10 simple changes which can be made that can help you lose weight.

Most people have conceptualized their own theory of dieting. Some resort to the no a eating policy even if they saw those methods been tried, tested and failed. Loving one’s body and respecting it needs to sink in their minds even steadily as it may. There are newer ways of losing weight without having to […]

Reasons why most women struggle to lose weight

Reasons why most women struggle to lose weight

Who amongest us doesn’t love being a stronger, fitter and thinner versions of themselves? We all do, but when it comes to us women, everyone has wondered why women can’t lose weight easily. It is because we are genetically hardwired NOT to lose weight? Why do most women echo the same thing? Why can’t I […]

A few simple ways on how to deal with excessive sweating

A few simple ways on how to deal with excessive sweating

We can all agree that excessive sweating can lead to some very embarrassing situations. But that should not be a reason for you limiting yourself, living in constant fear of raising your arms or engaging in outdoor activities. If you find yourself constantly worrying about sweating, then you should note down these simple ways on […]

Scientist rejuvenate women’s ovaries after menopause

Scientist rejuvenate women’s ovaries after menopause

Scientists claim to have effectively reversed the menopause by ‘rejuvenating’ women’s ovaries. The Greek team says the technique enabled women to release eggs and re-start their periods, according to an article published by the Daily Mail. One woman began menstruating even after a five-year hiatus, New Scientist reports. ‘[The treatment] offers a window of hope that […]

Children and pregnant women facing mulnutrition

Children and pregnant women facing mulnutrition

Nutrition experts warn that the continued the feeding of children and pregnant mothers with none nutritional foods will impact negatively on the country’s economy and health living of the population. The nutrition specialist at Jinja regional hospital, Toko Mansuru says  that most Ugandans have failed to provide their children and themselves with nutritious foods but instead […]

Sanitary pads needed for school going girls

Sanitary pads needed for school going girls

The Member of Parliament for Gomba west in Gomba district Robinah Rwaboga says that as government is looking for funds to provide sanitary pads to the girl child in schools there should be an intervention to urgently give girls in schools sanitary pads. Rwabwoga says that a number of girls are missing 3-4 days in a […]

Ambassador calls for educating men and boys on family planning

Ambassador calls for educating men and boys on family planning

The Netherlands Ambassador to Uganda Alphons Hennekens  calls for a concerted effort to make men and boys aware of the need for family planning and support of the use of contraceptives. Ambassador Alphons made the remarks while reacting to media reports that about 70% of women use contraceptives without the consent of their husbands. He says […]

Youth call for HIV testing age to move from 18 to 12 years

Youth call for HIV testing age to move from 18 to 12 years

A new report shows that youth demand for the lowering of the age consent for HIV/AIDS testing for the young generation. This was revealed by the young people in the base line survey conducted in Luwero and Nakasongola districts by the community health Alliance Uganda on top of other districts in Buganda and Busoga  under the […]

Speaker meets outgoing UNAIDS country representative

Speaker meets outgoing UNAIDS country representative

The outgoing United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) representative to Uganda Musa Bangudu says that 95 % of pregnant women with HIV/AIDS are on antiretroviral treatment. He made the revelation while visiting the speaker of parliament Rebeca Kadaga at parliament. He also revealed that the number of babies catching the HIV/AIDS has reduced by 86% in Uganda. […]

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