April 08, 2014

Nysc Batch B 2014 Timetable Is Out!

 Below are the details of time table slated for Batch B NYSC, 2014.
1. Registration of Foreign Nigerian Graduates.14th April, 2014 - 11th July, 2014
2. Batch 'B' pre-Mobilization, Deployment & Relocation Officers' Workshop.6th - 9th May, 2014
3. Submission of Masterlist by Corps Producing Institution/Screening/Vetting by Mob. officers.2nd - 7th June, 2014
4. Delivery of Print-outs to CPIs16th - 18th June, 2014

April 06, 2014

Herbal Remedies For Typhoid Fever.

 Typhoid fever is caused by a small bacterium called Salmonella Typhi. This bacterium thrives in dirty environments. It can be spread through contaminated food and drinks.
Houseflies can spread this bacterium.


How to Prevent and Cure Memory Loss.

Memory loss (Amnesia) is an unusual forgetfulness. One may not be able to remember events, recall one or more memories from the past.

Aging may cause memory loss. Seizures, Dementia, Heart bypass surgery,

April 02, 2014

Health Benefits of Honey

Honey is  anti-bacterial, anti-aging, anti-cancer. Honey has been used by humans since pre ancient egyptians time to treat variety of ailments through topical application. Over thousand years, honey is known to exhibit surprising healing powers.

 Honey is a good insomnia home remedy. Drinking warm milk with a spoonful of honey helps one sleep soundly.

 Honey as an anti bacterial agent helps take care of stomach ulcer. Mix a spoonful of honey with yogurt or paste of moringa leaf and take it every morning and night.

 Honey is a good skin care ingredient. It moisturizes the skin, helps reduce acne and acne scars. It can be mixed with milk, cinnamon, or lemon juiced and applied on the face regularly.

 Honey contains anti oxidant and anti bacteria properties that helps improve digestive system. It also contains anti-cancer properties. It contains carcinogen-preventing and anti-tumour properties.
 Honey also helps cure cough and sore throat. It kills the bacteria that causes the infections.

April 01, 2014

Controlling Your Blood Pressure.

Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by circulating blood upon the walls of blood vessels, and is one of the principal vital signs.