Morning After Pill: Facts

Morning After Pill: Facts

Sometimes sex can be unpredictable. The heat of passion can lead couples to ‘act’ before they think, and no one can predict the durability of a condom or whether it may split. Fortunately, even when traditional forms of contraception such as condoms fail, there are still options available. Most notably, the morning after pill. What […]

Lungu Splits Uth Into 5 Independent Hospitals

Lungu Splits Uth Into 5 Independent Hospitals

President Lungu has divided Unversity Teaching Hospital into Five autonomous hospitals which will be headed by consultants who are specialists. These are Children, Women, Men, Eye/Ear and Cancer disease Hospitals This has been done to enhance health service delivery

5% of Kapiri Children Severely Undernourished – Mushanga

5% of Kapiri Children Severely Undernourished – Mushanga

CENTRAL Province minister Sydney Mushanga says about five per cent of children in Kapiri Mposhi are severely undernourished. And Jesus Cares Ministries has launched an Integrated Nutrition and Food Security Intervention in Kapiri Mposhi. Speaking during the launch of the Jesus Cares Ministries project aimed at scaling up nutrition through sustainable food production using a […]

Cancer Hospital Attends To 15, 000 Cases Since Inception

Cancer Hospital Attends To 15, 000 Cases Since Inception

The Cancer Diseases Hospital (CDH) has since inception attended to over 15, 000 cases of cancer from across the country. CDH Senior Medical Superintendent Dr, Susan Msadabwe says most of these cases are cervical cancer related. And Dr. Msadabwe says the Hospital is now able to admit patients and comprehensively manage their illnesses following the […]

Heavy Drinking During Youth Can Disrupt Brain Development

Heavy Drinking During Youth Can Disrupt Brain Development

Excessive alcohol use during adolescence can disrupt the development of brain and increase risk of substance use disorder later in life, a study says. “The maturation of the brain is still ongoing in adolescence, and especially the frontal areas and the cingulate cortex develop until the twenties. Our findings strongly indicate that heavy alcohol use […]

Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

 Dr. Jyoti Arora, Senior Consultant Radiologist, Medanta, Medicity Hospital, clears the air around the most commonly believed myths MYTH: Breast lumps are always cancerous FACT: About About 80-90 per cent of the breast lumps are non-cancerous. Tests like mammogram, ultrasound and biopsy are needed to establish the nature of the lump. MYTH: Needle test leads […]

What Type Of Manhood Do Women Prefer. Scientists Reveal!

What Type Of Manhood Do Women Prefer. Scientists Reveal!

A groundbreaking study has found that women prefer larger p**nises in male sexual partners. Researchers from the University of New Mexico and the University of California studied 75 women aged 18 to 65. Scientists presented them with 33 different 3D-printed plastic p**nises of various sizes, which were all blue-coloured and odourless to prevent any bias. […]

Secret Has Been Uncovered: Cancer Is Not A Disease But Business

“The word called cancer is a lie…You might not believe this but cancer is not a disease; it is a business.Cancer consists of only a deficiency of vitamin B17. It is nothing else. Cancer has become widespread; it has affected the old, young, baby and everyone.Sharing this wonderful post will expose many of the hidden […]

Myths About Urinary Tract Infections

Myths About Urinary Tract Infections

MYTH: If you get a UTI, you have poor hygiene FACT: UTI can occur even when your hygiene habits are squeaky-clean. (Image source: Getty Images) MYTH: Only women get UTIs FACT: Unfortunately, UTIs are more common in women but men can also get a UTI, especially after they hit 50. (Image source: Getty Images)   […]

HIV Vaccine A Step Closer

HIV Vaccine A Step Closer

A recent study at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) shows that holes in HIV’s defensive sugar shield could be important in designing an HIV vaccine. It appears that antibodies can target these holes, which are scattered in HIV’s protective sugar or ‘glycan’ shield and the question is now whether these holes can be exploited to […]