By Beatrice Mokwunye Multiple studies over the years have shown that people who sit longer than an hour are likely to die young. Credit: osgpc.com In a 2010 study published in the journal of Applied Physiology, a group of healthy men was asked to limit their number of footsteps by 85 percent for 2… Read More People Who Sit Too Long are Liable to Die Young–Study Shows
Apart from telling whether you’re pregnant or not, menstruation says a lot about your health as a woman. That is why you must pay close attention to details during this period. Here are few things your menstrual period says about your health. 1. Pink— Credit: Period.media it’s a sign you’re losing blood or the oestrogen… Read More 6 Things Your Period Could Tell About Your Health
In his 1920, a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Carl Jung, propounded the concept of introversion and extroversion–the two basic personality traits of man. Credit: Businessnewsdaily.com What is personality trait? Personality traits are simply the distinct qualities individual. It determines the way people behave in different circumstances as well as their relationship with others. Following Carl’s… Read More The Human Personality Traits: Check to See Who You Are.
It was a nightmare, in a full daylight, in a far South of African region, where it happened. A 25-year-old man allegedly raped a 12-year-old niece and, eventually, got her infected with the deadly HIV virus. According to TODAY news, the poor innocent girl was found with sores and rashes all over her private parts. When… Read More Rape: Why it is Worse Now Than Then.
Jumoke Adenowo is the founder and Ceo of AD consulting, a prestigious architectural and interior design firm. AD consulting has designed and constructed over 70 projects for both governmental and corporate and financial institutions, making the company Nigeria’s most internationally awarded firm. Who is Jumoke Adenowo? Mrs Adenowo is an award-winning architect, author, speaker and… Read More Influential Women in Technology: Jumoke Adenowo
The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said–Peter F. Drucker. To make communication sweet and easy-going, everyone is expected to listen while others speak for various reasons which we already discussed in the previous post. I f you missed it, quickly go over it here. There are top qualities that make good listeners… Read More Top 7 Qualities all Great Listener Have in Common
Credit: Shutterstock Have you been receiving series of spam messages, recently? If yes, then your system or account might be under the hand of hackers. Hackers are some group of unauthorised computer users who violate the online privacy of other users. They would break into accounts, hijack usernames and passport, giving them the opportunity to… Read More 3 Surprising Attitudes that overcomes Depression
By Beatrice Mokwunye Imagine this scenario: You recharged your MTN line with N1000 and tried calling a friend. Within a millisecond, a beautiful female voice caught your attention: “sorry, your account balance is not sufficient to make this call, please recharge as soon as possible or dial *606# for airtime credit.” How come? You’ve never… Read More This Is Why You Should Learn to Listen While Others Speak
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), depression leads to over 800,000 deaths every year, making it the second leading cause of death among 15 to 27-year-olds (Guardian.ng). Numerous studies and clinical reports have been able to prove the underlying cause of depression among young and the middle-aged. The result is quite simple: stress. Stress… Read More 7 Powerful Gimmicks to Avoid Stress In Your Everyday Activities
According to World Health Organization (WHO) published its annual Global Report on Diabetes, an estimated number of “422 million adults (or 8.5% of the population) had diabetes in 2014, compared with 108 million (4.7%) in 1980.” The report also indicated that diabetes is expected to become the seventh fastest killer disease by 2030. Everyone is at risk. Diabetes… Read More Prediabetes: causes and prevention of prediabetes