The breast is one of the most important parts of the body that every woman should pay attention to. Do checkups yourself and also visit your doctor for regular checkups as this will help you detect lump or breast cancer on time. It is also good for you to know if your breasts are in normal shape and size, also confirm...

  Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal and genetic disorder in women. Its cause is however unknown. It affects the female reproductive organ by causing the ovaries to be enlarged and creating small cysts on the exterior part of the ovaries. This causes the hormone levels to produce more male hormones than normal and some of the symptoms of...

A Nigerian woman who was misdiagnosed with breast cancer and had her breast cut off has been proven not to have the disease. It all started when 33-year-old Serah Shimenenge Yugh was diagnosed with Stage I invasive ductal carcinoma of the left breast in 2017. Her plight began when she started losing weight while undergoing her National Youth Service Corps...

Cancer is one of the deadliest diseases of this age. As such, there is an ever-increasing need to educate ourselves on how this silent killer manifests so that we can seek help. World Cancer Day is marked on 4 February each year to raise awareness of the disease and to encourage people to check for potential signs and take preventative measures. Symptoms...

    Breast Cancer is a medical issue that affects majorly women. It is an epidemic that has become a worldwide concern. As October is breast cancer awareness month annually, we have decided to put together some facts about breast cancer that you may be unaware of. Remember that with breast cancer and any ailment really, early detection is key....

Breast cancer is the type of cancer that forms in the cells of the breast, the abnormal cells usually cluster together to form a tumour and it is the most common disease diagnosed in women. Every October is marked as Breast Cancer Awareness Month to create awareness about how to prevent the deadly disease. ALSO READ: It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Here’s Everything You...

No Bra Day is growing in popularity each passing year, even though it sounds controversial to some people, it is here to stay. The unique day is celebrated on the 13th  of October every year just to commemorate breast cancer awareness month. The movement started in 2011 and largely takes place on social media, where women use the hashtag #nobraday....

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and every year many governmental and non-governmental organizations have events lined up to help increase the awareness of breast cancer and also help fight the dreaded disease the best way possible. ALSO READ: How To Detect Lump In Your Breast What Is Breast Cancer? Breast cancer is the most common popular cancer affecting women, and...

A medical expert, Mrs Abigael Shona, says breastfeeding a baby can prevent breast cancer in women. Shona told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Ilorin that contrary to popular belief that men sucking their wife’s breast could prevent breast cancer. She said that breast sucking by men could only help detect it. She said mothers who breastfeed,...

The need to pay attention to your health as a woman cannot be over emphasized. Furthermore, many women’s health conditions go undiagnosed and most drug trials do not include female test subjects. ALSO READ: 5 Health Symptoms Women Should Never Ignore Even so, women bear exclusive health concerns that are life threatening. Early diagnosis often subside the effect of the diseases. Here...