Category: Fitness & You
A study just published in Environmental Health Perspectives hints that women’s exposure to...Read More
Want to feel better, have more energy and even add years to your life? Just exercise.
The health benefits of regular exercise and physical activity are hard to ignore. Everyone benefits from exercise, regardless of age, sex or physical ability.
You arrived at work as early as you can, said hi and hello to one or two people and went straight to your seat. As if your buttock is glued to the seat, you did not stand up until it was close of work.Read More
At one point or the other, we have all experienced headaches which sometimes fade away on its own or through medical intervention. Migraine, which is a severe head pain can last for hours and can extend to days. Aside the intense or scorching pain on one side of the head or both, with feelings such as: nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, light and sound sensitivity, migraine attacks are known to be deadly if not properly treated.Read More
Sugar is a chemical substance that our body requires for proper function. However, you are at risk if the sugar content in your body is too high or too low. Hence, it has to be balanced. Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar can cause both short and long-term complications. In line with this, Jumia Travel discusses the warning signs of low blood sugar.Read More
Shoulder pains can be quite difficult to bear and can even deprive you of sleep on certain occasions. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares 6 ways to effectively deal with shoulder pain.Read More
Everybody farts. This is not open to argument. But when you fart often and it smells like a dead rat, it is a cause for concern. This is because very soon you will be identified as the one messing up the ambience and this can be very embarrassing. So, if you are releasing farts at an unusually steady rate, Jumia travel, the leading online travel agency shares reasons this is happening.Read More
Stretch marks are streaks or stripes on the skin, especially on the abdomen, caused by distension of the skin from obesity, puberty, and during pregnancy. Ninety percent of pregnant women will get stretch marks around their abdomen, hips and thighs, and unfortunately, they seem to be genetic.Read More
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