In the first of this 3-part series, we look at the meaning of postpartum haemorrhage and its present impact on the health care of pregnant women.
About Painful Periods ‘Painful periods’ – a condition known as Dysmenorrhoea – actually does exist. What is it about the menstrual process that could make it painful in some wo
So we should do everything that we can to keep in health. This includes planning for when we fall ill. As our healthcare need may happen when we least expect, paying for healthcare out-of-pocket resul
How does the economy really work? Or, asked differently, how should the economy work for us? A simple way to think about the economy is – ‘people buy goods and services and people produc
In this article, we explore the acceptability of Depression as a medical condition that can be treated. Why? Because this (acceptability) is a challenge in some countries -like Nigeria – due t
being pregnant for most ladies means a period of nausea and vomiting.
Headaches in Women are incredibly common just as in men – but certain factors make certain types peculiar to women. In this article, let’s look at why you may be more at risk of headaches
Talking about masturbation is not a popular conversation topic even in most sexual health clinics. But – it’s an important area to cover as many theories or opinions abound which may not b
The conditions that cause heartburn are those that can lead to problems with the weakness of the valve that closes off the stomach from the food pipe or an excess amount of acid in the stomach.
By Dr John Afam-Osemene People with Sickle Cell Disease have many health problems — some of the commonest are the ‘Sickle Cell Crises’. The term describes different changes in the body causi