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.”
Depression has been classified as mood disorder. It can be described as feeling loss, or angry and sadness that interfere with person’s everyday activities. Depression is fair common among individuals particularly teenagers, working class adults, and the elderlies.Continue reading “Mental Health Day: Depression.”
As we all know sickle cell disease is a severe congenital disorder in Nigeria, and one in ten people are said to have its trait and are at risk of having a child with sickle cell disease. Sickle cell disease cause multiple health complications and even with advancement in support care, it said to shortened life span of an individual with the condition, particularly if limited attention is given to this person, in terms of care and supports.Continue reading “Write-cast – No. 03 | Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.”
We’re always working hard to bring you helpful information that may benefits you. We’re all about spreading awareness on health, and sharing our stories with the community (you). we’ve a lot of things to share with you, and in order for us to understand what you like the most and the kind of post you’re more interested in, we have create a poll to help us know just that. Please, let us know what you prefer. If what you want isn’t on the list please write it in the comment.
This is a common condition that affects how a woman ovaries work. Polycystic ovaries contain a large number of harmless follicles that are up 8mm (0.3In) in size. The follicles are underdeveloped sacs in which eggs develop. In polycystic ovary syndrome, these sacs are often unable to release an egg, which means ovulation does not take place.Continue reading “Polycystic Ovary Syndrome”
Ovarian cancer is among the most common type of cancers in women, it’s also known as cancer of the ovaries. Ovaries are pair of small organs located low in the tummy that are connected to the womb and stores a woman’s supply of eggs.
Ovarian cancer mostly affects women who have been through the menopause, but it can sometimes affect young women.Continue reading “Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month”
Every Monday we try to get you thinking about how to stay motivated and in this weekly starter we would like you walk you dream and not just dream of it. This is because if you don’t get started now you would never start, just start!Continue reading “Weekly Starter| Walk the dream”