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Stay Mentally Healthy with Online Therapy

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You can get just about anything you need or want online nowadays from food to books to an education or even medical help. In fact, you can get therapy or counseling online now and you don’t even have to make an appointment or leave your house. This can be a big plus for those who suffer from anxiety disorders or ...

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East Africa To Get The First Ever Breast Milk Bank

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Pumwani Maternity Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya will be the first hospital ever in East Africa to have the ultra-modern public breast milk bank. Check also: 10 Amazing Reasons Why You Should Never Drink Soy Milk The medical facility will be responsible to collect, test, store and distribute human milk which will be donated by nursing mothers who are not connected by ...

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London Man Becomes Second In The World To Be Cured Of HIV

HIV AIDS virus

This is the second time since the deadly disease begun, a patient in London looks to have been healed of the virus which causes AIDS known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus ( HIV ). Check also: 25 Deadliest Diseases In Human History It’s now over a decade since the first patient got cured of HIV, the achievement which scientific researchers have tried ...

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How To Get Rid Of A Hickey Overnight – The Natural Remedies

getting rid of hickey

Yes – It is true that when love goes crazy, then everything goes beyond. In the heat of love, many couples want to make passionate love by kissing or sucking their skin, and a passionate kiss can lead to a telltale mark of love known as a hickey. Keep reading to know more about whats a hickey. What Is a ...

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Halima Namakula Eliminate Fistula In Uganda By 2025

Halima Namakula

Celebrated musician turned civil society activist and founder of Women at Work International (WAWI) Halima Namakula has vowed to eliminate fistula in Uganda by 2025. Uganda is ranked 3rd in the world with highest cases of fistula diseases and majority of victims are in rural areas. Halima Namakula who is so passionate about women advocacy and health issues says she ...

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