Heyyy, I’m Wazinita (your student doctor). On my blog, society meets health. I’m basically a health/lifestyle blogger. “My imperfections make me perfect but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t work on building a positive self image.”
Smoking shisha makes you no different than a cigarette smoker. Why do you frown upon cigarette smoking but embrace shisha smoking? Well, allow me to burst your bubbles, be it cigarette or shisha your life is still at risk❗️❗️❗️❗️
“About 1 in 8 women present with breast cancer at some point in their lives. Men can also get breast cancer.…..”
“We no longer amuse ourselves with sharing what we love but rather sharing what we feel others find befitting Instagram…”
Allocate each category to a specific person for them to do all the necessary researches and present their final answers to the person going to edit it.
I myself have been a victim of googling symptoms. I quite remember once googling the symptoms of my allergic reaction and getting all sorts or strange, unrelated diseases.
As students, the excitement we get when we are almost done with our exams, knowing we are going to have a long vacation where we wouldn’t have to stress ourselves with school, books and what have you. It’s fun and all that till the excitement becomes a distraction.
I’ve never been a fan of restaurant dates to be honest. Maybe I find it to be too formal, cliché and above all super expensive. Oh I forgot about the boring part, sorry. I wouldn’t completely rule it out of my date plans but it definitely wouldn’t be number one on my list.
So the word around the block is that some women are still being body shamed for having saggy breasts. Can these “boob shamers” just put themselves in our shoes and imagine how hard it is maintaining these breasts to make them look “okay” so we don’t get breast shamed?
Do you know your first aid tips? What do you in emergency situations? Before helping an injured person, ensure that the scene is clear and there’s no other sign of danger. You want to protect and not cause further injury to yourself or the injured person