InformAfrica Health: Scientists have discovered from an eight-year study, that berry fruits from an Australian Blushwood tree (Fontainea) cures cancer. Learn more about this health discovery.
The African traditional school of thought, is that 'the bigger the pot belly, the richer the person'. Obesity is linked to diabetes, high blood pressure, respiratory and cardiovascular disease.
The African traditional school of thought, is that ‘the bigger the pot belly the richer the person’, this may explain why a huge number of African men are indisciplined in terms of proper eating habits and fitness.
Palm wine has many health benefits. Unfermented palm wine has been linked with improved vision, energy, increase sperm in men and breast milk production in women.
On InformAfrica.com, we share with you some of the most important information and health benefits of Palm Wine. Palm wine is high in amino acids, potassium, magnesium, zinc, and iron. It also has vitamin B1, B2, B3, and B6; a good source of antioxidants.
Nollywood is becoming a popular tool used to influence Nigerians and Africans to adopt just about anything, including GMO foods, a health risk.
There is a new food crop in town called “Vitamin A Cassava” or “Yellow Cassava”, that was genetically developed by HarvestPlus under the guise of helping Nigerians and Africans to end lack of food nutrition; and they have hired Nollywood actors to help promote the farming and consumption of the new genetically engineered food crop.
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.
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.
According to information published by the Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock by five African medical researchers: All over the world, pediatric trauma has emerged as an important public health problem.
Tanzania’s Mnazi Mmoja General Hospital located in Zanzibar on the south side of stone town, is soon to offer citizens cancer treatment in order to save residents of the Island from travelling all the way to India for cancer treatments.