Health

Obese Women More likely to Have Babies With Birth Defects, says study

Women who are obese when they conceive are more likely to have a baby with serious birth defects, a major study has found. The research revealed a sliding scale of risk for health problems including congenital heart defects, anomalies of...

Study: How Loneliness Affects How Your Brain Operates

Loneliness isn't in itself a mental health problem, but the two are strongly linked. Having a mental health problem increases your chance of feeling lonely, and feeling lonely can have a negative impact on your brain and ultimately, your...

Bald Men Have An Increased risk of Developing Heart Disease: Study Finds

The loss of hair especially at the crown of the head or what the doctors call the vertex, has always been a great source of concern for men, in terms of beauty. But now according to this study you...

Prosthetic Penis: A Final Solution For Erectile Dysfunction

Hehe... Yeah, prosthetic Penis. I always knew this day would come. To those of you out there who dont know, a Prosthetic Penis or penile prosthetics is an artificial penis... And are of two types non-inflatable device and the...

5 Sure Ways To Recognize a Plastic Rice/Fake Rice

Thanks to China, now we have to be careful and i mean very careful about the kind of rice we buy in the market this festive season. As now the much loved rice that has been saving Nigerians since...

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UN Removes Marijuana from List of Most Dangerous Drugs

The United Nation. Commission on Narcotic Drugs voted Wednesday to remove cannabis and cannabis resin from a category of the world's most dangerous drugs, which could impact the global medical marijuana industry.

Transatlantic Slave Trade: The Legacy of Brazilian Slave Merchant Francisco Félix de Souza in Benin

Francisco Félix de Souza was an Afro-Brazilian slave trader and merchant who traded in palm oil, gold and slaves in the 18th and early 19th century.

Man Named Adolf Hitler Wins Local Election in Namibia

A man called Adolf Hitler Uunona who has been elected as a local councillor for Namibia's governing Swapo party.

Ngozi Okonjo Iweala Named Forbes ‘African Of The Year’

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria’s former minister of Finance and former Managing Director of the World Bank, has been named the Forbes African of the Year, 2020.

‘Black-ish’ Star Marsai Martin, Breaks Record for Youngest Hollywood Executive Producer

'Black-ish' star Marsai Martin, who's 16, has set a record for the youngest Hollywood executive producer.