Many students don’t give their health serious consideration while at school. This in turn has affected their academic progress. Something such as drinking water from the tap after a football ...

Malaria is one of the deadliest disease in the world estimated to kill 600,000 people annually. In Uganda 20 -23% of all illness is attributed to Malaria. Fortunately, malaria is both curable and ...

Rule number one; Don’t scratch! By refraining from doing so, the lesions and sores heal faster and won’t become infected. Here are some ideas to help you abide by this rule: Calamine ...

Optimum health and wellness can have a positive impact on your academic success. By establishing healthy habits in nutrition, exercise, and other areas of wellness, you can set yourself up to be more ...

Live a sober, healthy lifestyle. Many teens are tempted by friends or peers to start using drugs or alcohol at some point. While those who drink or do drugs may act like it makes you popular or tell ...

A Healthy living, is one of the things a student has to have in order to excel in school. It’s very difficult for any student to concentrate in school with poor or wanting health. I can give an ...

In her late 20s, Sherina Kirabo used to constantly feel dizzy with blurred vision. Whenever she went to hospital, the doctor would ask her to do a complete blood count. Results usually showed that ...

Being healthy isn’t just about how you look, it’s about how you live your life and this stems from doing simple things ...

One of the most exciting quotes I enjoyed during my high school History lessons was Napoleon’s remarkable quote about sleep. When Napoleon Bonaparte was asked how many hours of sleep a person ...
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