A majority of European countries hinder access to abortion for vulnerable women by not including it in the national health system's coverage, according to a new report. Abortion also technically remains a crime in 14 of Europe's 52 countries, according to the European Abortion Policies Atlas. The atlas, published on Tuesday to mark International Safe … Continue reading Which European country ranks worst on abortion?
A man who led efforts in his central Texas community against mask-wearing and other preventative measures during the coronavirus pandemic has died from Covid-19, a month after being admitted to the emergency room. Caleb Wallace died on Saturday, his wife Jessica Wallace said on a GoFundMe page where she posted updates on his condition, the San Angelo … Continue reading Texas man who led anti-mask protests dies of COVID-19
There are no global estimates of dog bite incidence. Photo by Sebastian Coman Travel on Pexels.com However, studies suggest that dog bites account for tens of millions of injuries annually. In the United States of America for example, approximately 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs every year. Of these, nearly 885 000 seek medical … Continue reading What you should know about dog bites
Living a sedentary lifestyle comes naturally to most of us. We sit or lie down most of the day. From rising in the morning, to: Sitting down for breakfastSitting in the commute to workSitting at a desk at workSitting for lunchSitting in the commute back home from workSitting for dinner at homeSitting in a night … Continue reading Why you should stop living a sedentary lifestyle
South Africa's Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) ruling suggests you can so long as it doesn’t impair your performance. The CCMA ruled that an employee fired for smoking “zol” at home before coming to work should be reinstated.The commissioner said the employee had been allowed to continue work so his ability to perform … Continue reading Can you smoke marijuana before work?
Kunyaza is a traditional sexual technique used in central Africa. It’s said to be the secret for women to have incredible wet-sex orgasms. Dr Nsekuye Bizimana, a Rwandan sex expert working in Germany, has made a study of the Kunyaza technique. Tapping The basic principle is simple and has been passed on by word of … Continue reading African secrets to explosive female orgasm
A woman’s heart looks just like a man’s, but there are significant differences. For example, a woman’s heart is usually smaller as are some of its interior chambers. The walls that divide some of these chambers are thinner. A woman’s heart pumps faster than a man’s, but ejects about 10 percent less blood with each … Continue reading Heart Disease: See surprising differences between men and women
Acne is a common skin condition that affects most people at some point. It causes spots, oily skin and sometimes skin that's hot or painful to touch. Photo by Anthony Shkraba on Pexels.com Symptoms of acne Acne most commonly develops on the: face – this affects almost everyone with acneback – this affects more than half of people … Continue reading Is there any permanent cure for acne?
New research finds that countries with more cloudy days tend to have higher colon cancer rates. Lower levels of vitamin D, the "sunshine vitamin," may be to blame. So, boosting your vitamin D levels through exposure to sunlight could help reduce your risk of colon cancer, according to researchers at the University of California, San … Continue reading Inadequate exposure to sunlight increases risk of colon cancer
With the recall of sunscreens due to the discovery of cancer-causing ingredients, how is a consumer to know what to buy in order to stay safe from the sun's harmful rays, while also avoiding dangerous sun products? Read on for all you need to know this summer. Photo by Polina Tankilevitch on Pexels.com The pharmaceutical giant Johnson … Continue reading There’s a link between sunscreens and cancer, new research found