Down’s syndrome is one of the most leading cause of intellectual disability, and millions of these people face various health challenges including learning and memory, Alzhemer’s disease, congenital heart disease, Hirschprung disease and cancer. The incidence of trisomy is influenced by maternal age and differs in population (between 1 in 319 and 1 in 1000 live births).Continue reading “Down’s Syndrome Awareness Month.”
There are several autoimmune conditions in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your body. Immune system normally guards against germs like virus and bacteria. When it senses these foreign invaders, it sends out an army of fighter cells to attack them. However, today we’re looking at psoriasis, a condition that causes rapid build-up of skin cells. This build-up of cells causes scaling on the skin surface.Continue reading “World Psoriasis Day”
Loving what you do is as a job or business makes you happy. However, if you don’t love what you do, you should quit and do what you love. You can’t remain in a cycle of doing something that depresses you all the time.
Plan a route of escape to another business or company or job that gives you great joy. A place that brings out the best in you and you are able to give your 100% as well. This would make you fulfilled, grow and blossom.
PS. Much ❤❤❤❤ Your mental health matters
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Sickle cell Ln
Dear sickle cell,Continue reading “An open letter to sickle cell disease”
Hello, today I’ll be talking about mental health in Nigeria, a familiar topic here. There are many things to talk about in relation to mental health in Nigeria. But today, I’ll be throwing blames at parents and the government in general. Last week, I come across a disturbing news about a school turned torture house.Continue reading “”This isn’t education” — Mental Health in Nigeria | part 3″
Another awesome week is here. Loaded with amazing and fantastic opportunities for us yet again. The curtains of the stage play ‘2019″ are almost drawing to a close and we might have so many projects we haven’t yet completed. Pick them up and start working again. You might feel like you have got no steam to continue, remember its always worth it at the end. So why not jump right into it again.Continue reading “Weekly Starter| Not yet over!!”
Today is a national remembrance for miscarriage, infant loss and stillbirths. A day to spread awareness about miscarriages and infant loss, this is mostly carried out in the United States. You don’t have to be in the US to spread awareness, losing a child or a loved one is hard on everyone particularly mothers. We shouldn’t just grieve, we should also talk about it, losing a child especially infants is hard on parents particularly mothers. Talking about it with loved one or a specialist is a good step in maintaining mental wellbeing. We are going to discuss about miscarriage and stillbirth.Continue reading “Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day”
We have discussed about HIV/AIDS last month and today we are going to talk a little bit more about the disease. The National Latinx AIDS awareness day is organised by the Latino Commission on AIDS, and the Hispanic Federation among others to create awareness, promote HIV testing and provide information about HIV as well as access to its care.Continue reading “National Latino AIDS Awareness Day”
Metastatic breast cancer is a breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast to the other parts of the body (mostly the lungs, liver, bones and brain). Metastatic breast cancer is not a type of breast cancer, but the most advanced stage of cancer. It’s also known as stage IV breast cancer.Continue reading “Metastatic breast cancer Awareness Day.”