Being discussed on InformAfrica.com is 4 reasons why Africans in America shouldn’t eat Tilapia fish. This four reasons on why not to eat tilapia fish also apply to global Africans in the United Kingdom and other diaspora nations where farm-raised tilapia is a common fish in their diet.
This is to inform fellow Africans, especially in diaspora, that inactivity can lead to a type of heart disease affecting the cardiovascular system. Inactivity such as sitting for long hours watching TV, long hours on a computer, among other factors, increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Africa information on the amazing health benefits of Bitter Kola, a powerful nut scientifically known as garcinia kola, is published on InformAfrica.com to inform fellow Africans on the continent and in diaspora on the importance of eating bitter kola for its healing powers.
Kenya’s Minister of State for Development of Northern Kenya and other Arid Lands launched a book on February 13 exploring the challenges and lucrative opportunities existing in pastoralism. The book ‘Pastoralism and Development in Africa: Dynamic Change at the Margins’ seeks to demystify commonplace myths that the practice is not sustainable or profitable.
This article is about Comfrey uses. The medicinal benefits of Comfrey Plant, a powerful herb for wounds, muscular pain, bones, and many dermatological conditions. It is a bone and flesh builder.
A Nigerian Ontologist is advising African mothers to avoid using their mouth to suck out mucus from their children’s nose for risk of contracting infections, InformAfrica have gathered.
Information gathered from Kenya News Agency states that in order to prevent the Ebola virus from spreading into Kenya, a 24 hour screening of travelers from Uganda is now in effect.
Beans porridge is a healthy food. In this How-To guide, you'll learn how to cook beans porridge with vegetables, a healthy meal.
Beans porridge is a healthy food. In this How-To guide on InformAfrica, you’ll learn how to cook beans porridge with vegetables, a healthy cooking.
In an expert commentary published by JETS, Dr. Ademuyiwa and colleagues provide a comprehensive literature overview of the challenges and stumbling blocks in providing trauma care to the most vulnerable “poorest of the poor” in Africa – the child in a low-income country.