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Procrastination is a long word, and possibly a more stylish way of saying later. It’s just postponing the inevitable, in disregard to an obvious need for being more proactive. Psychologists estimate that one in five adults have a problem with procrastination. The reasons for procrastination are varied. Alternate chores may be more pleasurable, or what you really need to act on may appear boring and time consuming.

Sexual health is a broad topic, and goes beyond matters related to sexually transmitted infections (STIs). However, STIs form a special component of sexual health. Those afflicted with STIs can suffer grave reproductive health consequences, ranging from chronic pelvic pain to problems with fertility. It is in your interests to guard yourself against STIs, and to seek prompt treatment if you ever get infected. 

Adolescents are young people, spanning the ages of 10 to 24 years. This is an age where dynamic body changes take place, with the transition from childhood to adulthood.

The current crop of teenagers are more tech savvy than ever before. They will not survive without smart phones, tablets and other fancy gadgets that are all useful tools for the modern world. It is our duty to provide them with such tools to enhance their competitiveness. But we must be acutely aware that such tools can also be used in ways that are detrimental to our teens’ health.

Our lives are full of innocent habits that come almost naturally to us. You almost don’t think twice when ordering a favourite meal or drink. On the other hand, some of us are keenly aware of some really bad habits that can affect our health. Like smoking, drinking too much, or eating junk. Well, you also need to be cognizant of seemingly innocent habits that can have grave consequences on your health.

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