Super Health Webinar -how to turn your health ‘switch’ on

Hello friend, Do you want more energy? Fed up of horrible skin? Confused about what a healthy meal really is? Struggling with your weight? Wishing you had a personal physician to decode it all? My new (free) Health Webinar is what you need!!! In this free training session I will be teaching you: Two tickingContinue reading “Super Health Webinar -how to turn your health ‘switch’ on”

What’s the BIG deal about water?

Today think ‘water, water, water’ 😃 Aim at drinking 2 litres of water at least đŸ’Ș To know the exact amount you should drink, multiply your weight by 33mls eg if you weigh 100kg then you should be drinking 3.3litres per day. Easy to do, easy not to do 😎 Not drinking water is likeContinue reading “What’s the BIG deal about water?”

M.E.P Fit Woman

M.E.P means mentally, emotionally and physically fit woman. At the Sexual wellbeing network, we firmly believe that women are the greatest assets of this century. Whether a woman is a wife, mum, career woman, Vet, missionary or whatever, for her to maximise her potentials, she needs to be mentally, emotionally and physically fit. The MEPContinue reading “M.E.P Fit Woman”

Top Ten Women health issues

We’ve come a long way since 1995–and it is time to celebrate women and their achievements. But it is also time to take stock of how women’s rights are fulfilled in the world –especially the right to health. Twenty years after countries signed pledges in the 1995 Beijing Declaration and Platform of Action, women stillContinue reading “Top Ten Women health issues”

Did you fall down the steps all by yourself or did you have some help?

She came with her husband. He was the epitome of attentiveness, supporting her as she limped along, quick to perform her every wish. She was covered in bruises. I asked her how she came about her bruises. ‘Oh I fell down the steps.’ Really! I thought a bit skeptically. As I listened to her storyContinue reading “Did you fall down the steps all by yourself or did you have some help?”

Afrocaribbean Health and Wellness Team: Improving health in the black community.

The Parliamentary Ethnicity and Health report of 2007 shows that Black and minority ethnic (BME) groups generally have worse health than the overall population. For instance, it reports that there is up to 7 times higher rates of new diagnosis of psychosis among Black Caribbean people than among the White British. Health Survey for England 2004 reports a prevalence of HypertensionContinue reading “Afrocaribbean Health and Wellness Team: Improving health in the black community.”

A doctor’s life.

HIV? Me? No, I’m married! (23) By the thirty-sixth patient, I was exhausted but happy. ‘What a hard life a doctor’s life is,’ I mused as I bit into my nearly stale sandwich which I didn’t get to eat at lunch time because I was running late. I could feel a mild headache at myContinue reading “A doctor’s life.”

HIV? Me?

HIV? Me? No, I’m married! (22) It was just a short walk from my car into the surgery but the weather was so windy and wet that my dainty umbrella was useless in all that ferocity. I got a bit wet. As I hurried into the surgery, the receptionist called out to me. ‘Dr Ezii,aContinue reading “HIV? Me?”

The policy on violence.

HIV? Me? No, I’m married (21) I sat through the doctors’ weekly meeting like a zombie. I barely heard what was going on. I nodded when someone spoke to me and smiled at my colleagues. All I could think of was what had happened an hour ago in my consulting room. I felt anger buildingContinue reading “The policy on violence.”