How To Clean And Sanitize A Hairbrush

We need to sanitize our hair brushes to remove dangerous particles that could cause hair and scalp damage. They can also hurt our general well-being. Here’s how to clean and sanitize a hairbrush. Boil water Remove all hair from your brush. It is called a hairbrush, but that doesn’t mean…

How to Get Rid of Acne Scars

Acne scars are the remnant of acne. Removing acne scars starts with ridding your face of acne to avoid the development of new acne scars. The following treatments for acne scars are inexpensive. However, It is recommended that you visit a dermatologist before commencing any treatment, especially homemade treatments. Let’s…

How the Elimination Diet Helps Root Out Allergies

Not everyone has the immune system to eat every food. According to research, about 20% of the world’s population suffers from food intolerance, which means they’re unable to eat certain foods without experiencing food allergies, intolerance, and food sensitivity. Food allergies can cause dizziness, itching [in the mouth], nasal congestion,…

How to Tell a Normal Heart Murmur from a Serious Condition

A heart murmur can be dangerous or innocent. Heart murmurs affect both children and adults. However, innocent heart murmurs do not require treatment. But if a heart murmur is abnormal, then that’s a sign of a heart problem. An abnormal heart murmur is the sound of blood passing through the…
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Creative Ways to Use Fallen Trees and Limbs

Trees are of great economic importance; even when they fall, they still have a lot of uses; you may have a falling tree in your compound or on your property and not know what to do with it. Stick with us as we explore various ways you can use your…

Reasons National Food Safety Education Month Matters

Every year, Foodborne illness accounts for about 3000 deaths in the United States, despite being one of the world’s most advanced countries. Our health and sanitary system are considered one of the best in the world, yet a whopping 1 in 6 persons end up in hospitals due to foodborne…

Telemedicine is Here to Stay and Still Evolving

Telemedicine is expected to see an exponential growth of 19.2% in the next four years, a trend that was nudged by Covid-19.  Telemedicine was already in play pre-covid-19; however, it was simply a developing aspect of modern medicine invented to accelerate treatment and fit medicine into the digital age. But…

Reasons You Still Need to Worry About the Flu Post-COVID

While we battled covid-19, the Flu miraculously disappeared, a medical ailment that usually saw about 40 million deaths annually in the United States. Hospitals witnessed a drastic reduction in the number of flu patients admitted this year. Such encouraging news has misguided people into thinking the flu has become obsolete.…

3 Reasons Hands-on Learning is More Effective Than Lecturing

Education is rapidly taking a dynamic shift, adjusting to meet the needs of the 21st century and to certainly cater to the rising demands of significant skills that have high economic returns. However, not every society is this advanced as several societies still prioritize lecturing and textbook education over hands-on…

Coldest Insulated Water Bottles for Hot Summer Days

The arrival of summer increases the demands for cold water and beverages, especially in very hot regions. To keep the body hydrated, we are forced to move around with water bottles, a move that saves us energy and time which would have gone into frequenting the tap or the fridge.…