Twenty ways sex benefits your health
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While the pleasure of sex is one of the greatest feelings known to humankind, science now knows that there are many health benefits associated with regular sex. No matter your age, sex can improve your state of mind, reduce pain, improve your sense of self-worth among other health benefits, writes Dr Kizito Lubano
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Watch your BMI for healthy living
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Body mass index, simply shortened to BMI, is a familiar term to the health conscious. It is a representation of healthy weight in proportion to height, indirectly measuring the amount of fat in your body.It is important to realize that BMI changes with age, sex, race and level of athleticism.The ideal BMI is between 19 and 25, levels increasingly out of range are associated with recognized health risks.
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Genital warts, all you need to know
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Genital warts are common, and usually causeno symptoms. They are usually flat and raised growths on the external genital region, or inside the vagina and on the penis in men. They are disfiguring and annoying. They may sometimes be painful or itchy, and can rarely interfere with childbirth.
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A cheer for graduating obgyn residents
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I am privileged and humbled to be part of the team that has been training them over the last 4 years. We are proud of the high caliber of residents we have in our training program and strive to support individual talents and career goals, with a substantial percentage of residents successfully matching in highly competitive fellowship positions.
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Who’s got the power? Transforming health systems for women and children in Africa!
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The African Union has declared 2015 the year of “Women’s empowerment”, and Development towards Africa’s Agenda 2063. So Will 2015 be a year of transformation for African women? 2015 marks the end of the Millennium Development Goals and the launch of the post-2015 development agenda. The report of the World Health Organization’s expert Commission argues that women’s health is the foundation for social and economic development in the African Region.
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