I Am and I Will – World Cancer Day 2021

According to the WHO, Cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, and was responsible for an estimated 9.6 million deaths in 2018 alone. Globally, about 1 in 6 deaths is due to cancer, and approximately 70% of those deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.

There’s so much we can all do in our circles of influence to spread the word and help win the battle against cancer. I Am, and I Will! … More I Am and I Will – World Cancer Day 2021

How To Promote Your Sight As A Teenager

The human eyes are as important as every other part of your body. I believe you should promote the health of your eyes and sight as a teenager. However, there are many misconceptions about human eyes, especially for teenagers, which is why many are concerned about their sight.

As a teenager, you must understand that your vision is still developing, and you need to take care of it properly. This article will explain five ways to promote your sight and prevent any form of injury or infection. … More How To Promote Your Sight As A Teenager

Doctor-Patient Communication: How to Prepare for a Visit to the Hospital

The importance that proper symptoms communication plays in the process of quality diagnosis cannot be underestimated; not only does it help the patient to recover quickly and better, while also being cost-effective, it also saves the Health Care Provider (HCP) time and help them to channel their energy in the right direction.

N.B- One challenge that medical practitioners have with their patients is patients’ non-compliance with medical advice. Especially as it concerns tests and drug use. Many times, the center for tests are often different from the initial point of consultation, and when tests is numerous, patients skip some which should have contributed to the diagnosis process. Drug use is often skipped too due to several like-a-work schedule. … More Doctor-Patient Communication: How to Prepare for a Visit to the Hospital

Why Mental Health is a Big Deal

The state of our mental health affects not just our thinking but our feelings and behavior as well. The way we behave is the way we relate to other people, so this leads me to the conclusion that mental health has quite a large part to play in the health of our day-to-day relationships. Being mentally healthy makes you more compassionate, understanding and emotionally available for the people in your life. … More Why Mental Health is a Big Deal