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LIFESTYLE

Healthy lifestyle in obese mothers can improve the baby’s health

Obese pregnant women can reduce health-related risks for their unborn child by improving their diet and exercising, researchers have said. Previous research trials have found high glucose levels in the pregnant mother can trigger changes in the fetus, therefore making the child vulnerable to health conditions in later life. The most recent study involved more than 550 obese pregnant women. Half of them were asked to improve their diet and start exercising and the other half made no changes to their lifestyle

  7 months ago
Healthy lifestyle in obese mothers can improve the baby’s health

HEALTH

Covid-19 Vaccine : Over 40 % Of Ghanaians Believed Vaccine Is Dangerous - Latest Research Reveals

A research conducted by the University of Southampton in Ghana has revealed that, 43.4 % of Ghanaians believes that, the COVID-19 Vaccine Jabs are dangerous.The research further revealed that, 82 % of the Ghanaians are willing to take the vaccine.This research was conducted in March to ascertain the perception of Ghanaians about the Covid-19 Vaccination.

  2 months ago
Covid-19 Vaccine : Over 40 % Of Ghanaians Believed Vaccine Is Dangerous - Latest Research Reveals

SPORTS

How men feel about using condoms

With the convergence of a few sorts of sicknesses which are transferrable through s£x, it is getting extremely uncontrolled for individuals to consider condoms regardless of how engaged or diverted they get in attempting to discover fulfillment S£xually. It is no news that men appear to be the sex who actually wavers with regards to condom utilization, so an examination was done to discover what these men feel about utilizing condoms.  Men who whimper about wearing condoms — antagonists of s£x ed recordings,

  6 months ago
How men feel about using condoms