Thursday, December 24, 2015



Crack on

Start your day with an egg to end it on a high. Eggs’ B vits are essential for sex drive and erectile strength but stress can deplete your levels

Wi-Fry zone

Late night laptop use can kill more than your sleep cycle. Human Reproduction found it raises scrotal temperatures by 2.5°C, which can zap your fertility. Log off at work; there are better things to do in bed.

Kick the habit

Forget the gruesome adverts, this fact is sure to scare you off cigarettes. Researchers at Boston Uni found blood vessel damage makes smokers’ erections significantly shorter – no smoke and mirrors.

Strong or offensive body odor

Strong or offensive body odor is an embarrassing problem that affects many, and being a sensitive topic, is not openly discussed.
Body odor  is a perceived unpleasant smell our bodies can give off when bacteria that live on the skin break down sweat into acids - some say it is the smell of bacteria growing on the body, but it really is the result of bacteria breaking down protein into certain acids.

Are exams, assignments and tests driving yourself crazy?

Are exams, assignments and tests driving yourself crazy? Check out these great tips to help yourself study smart and ace those pesky exams!

Pay attention in class
Remove your distractions . There are lots of things that might be taking your attention away from the lesson. Try to be more aware of what you’re doing when you stop paying attention. Once you know what it is, you can find a way to get rid of it.
Plan early
A wise man once said ‘If you fail to plan, you plan to fail’. by planning early, exam period will probably be like a walk in the park while their peers
Take notes
Note-taking is an important skill to possess when trying to study smart.
Fight off social media
One of the biggest obstacles is the very distracting presence of social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. The best way to rid yourself  of such distractions is to deactivate their account for the time being.



Dyslexie is a Common Learning Disability in Children. Also called specific reading disability. characterised by trouble reading despite normal intelligence. Problems may include spelling, reading, writing words, pronouncing words when reading aloud, and understanding what was read, Often these difficulties are first noticed at school.