The Katrina Endometriosis fund association of Barbados

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February 17, 2017

What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of endometrial tissue similar to that which lines the interior of the uterus, but in a location outside of the uterus. Endometrial tissue is shed each month during menstruation. Areas of endometrial tissue found in ectopic locations are called endometrial implants. These lesions are most commonly found on the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes, the surface of the uterus, the bowel, and on…

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MEN, SEX AND NATURE

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December 19, 2015

Are you having problems getting it up? Are you given to premature ejaculation or/and firing blanks? Are you finding it difficult putting your wife in the family way? A new study published in BioMed Research International has unveiled plants used for improvement of sexual performance and virility. Here are a few the plants and their usages in treating sexual dysfunctions in men.

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Learning more about the healing power of music

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December 8, 2015

What Produces the Healing Power of Sound? We can feel it when we turn on the radio and our favorite song happens to be playing, or when we sit quietly and listen to the rain. There is a palpable peace when we are absorbed in quiet and a different kind of rejuvenation when we hear the wind in the trees. There is no doubt that sound has subtle, but profound…

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Changing Climate, Changing Diets

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November 28, 2015

Growing meat consumption in developing countries poses a significant climatic threat, with meat demand by emerging middle classes expected to rise 76 per cent by 2050, a report warns. The report, published yesterday by the UK think-tank Chatham House, says meat consumption is responsible for the same amount of greenhouse gas emissions as all the world’s vehicles. The study calls for more education and interference by governments to curb meat…

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Kenyan Schoolgirls Dread Their Periods, but Simple Changes Could Help

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November 24, 2015

By Sarah Jewitt, University of Nottingham Many girls in the developing world feel they are forced to skip school while they are menstruating. They don’t have proper sanitary wear or don’t have underwear to hold sanitary pads in place. The bathrooms at their schools are not clean or hygienic. They are also frightened that their school uniforms – which are often light in colour – will be stained.

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The Science of African Biochemistry

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July 5, 2015

A Nutritional Guide for Healing, Diet, and Well-Being Tariq M. Sawandi, M.H., N.D. There are differences in body physiology between the races of Mankind. Every human has a specific biochemical makeup and therefore requires a unique biochemical diet in order to stay healthy and free from disease. Nature has programmed every human body-type with certain food parameters which helps to prevent damage to the biochemical nutritional homeostasis (balance). Ancient African…

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Energy 4 Life ….with Shola Arewa

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February 21, 2015

OAH welcomes Caroline ‘Shola’ Arewa once again to share with us as she shares of herself  with so many others. Caroline Arewa was one of the first people that consented to write an article for the OAH free of cost. For that act of charity the OAH is eternally grateful. Thus it gives me extra pleasure to welcome Caroline to our website.

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