1.Dirty Socks can cause body odour
Dirty socks smell especially if wet. The best socks are those made of a combination of man-made fibers and wool. Wear a clean pair of socks each day in hot and humid environment.
2.Bowel cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in both sexes
This is a form of cancer that affects the large intestines; it can be called colon cancer or colorectal cancer.
It is quite common. Bowel cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in both men and women globally. In 2010, an estimated 9 percent of the cancer deaths in women were due to bowel cancer.
3.Good lifestyle can help prevent bowel cancer
You can prevent bowel cancer by avoiding smoking of cigarette, engaging in regular physical exercise and watching your weight via a healthy diet. Red meat is said to be associated with higher rate of bowel cancer, minimize its consumption; meanwhile a lot of fibre containing foods such as fruits, vegetables and some breakfast cereals are said to reduce the rate of bowel cancer. Daily intake of fruits and vegetables is therefore advised.
4.Mangoes Protect Your Eyes, Night Vision
Vitamin A is necessary for proper development of the eyes, prevents dryness of the eyes and also ensures night vision, it prevents night blindness. In fact low Vitamin A level in the body can destroy the eyes.
5.Normal blood pressure range is 90/60mmHg to 140/90 mmHg
There is normal blood pressure range—90/60mmHg to 140/90 mmHg. If below 90/60 mmHg, your blood pressure is considered low. If your blood pressure is consistently above 140/90mmHg, it is called high blood pressure or hypertension.
There are two types of high blood pressure—Primary (Essential) Hypertension and Secondary Hypertension. Primary hypertension is the type of hypertension most people have and has no known cause but there are risk factors. Secondary hypertension is usually due to another disease and is uncommon.
6.Hepatitis B infection is caused by Hepatitis B virus
Hepatitis B is caused by Hepatitis B virus, it is the most infectious of the hepatitis viruses and can survive up to 7 days in a dried state.
Human beings are the main reservoir of the infection. Spread is through blood, blood products, semen and vaginal fluids. Consequently, the disease can pass from one person to the other through blood transmission, sexual intercourse be it homosexual and heterosexual.
The disease spreads from mother to child during child birth by the mother’s blood passing into the blood of the baby or by the baby swallowing the blood of the mother, any of these could happen during child birth.
It can also spread through the use of contaminated sharp objects. Thus spread is common within a family especially in crowded homes, sharing tooth brushes, razors, towels and bath brushes promote spread.
The hepatitis B virus is present in the saliva, semen and vaginal fluids of infected persons, thus infection can spread through kissing or by sexual intercourse.