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7 Potentially Harmful Remedies for Migraines

Nearly 12% of the population, including children, suffers from migraine headaches. Because the symptoms vary from person to person, it’s can be difficult to find the right approach for preventing a migraine and stopping it once it’s started.

Written by Elizabeth Beasley
Reviewed by William C. Lloyd III, MD, FACS

Source: Healthgrades

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Main News @ 8 || 05/05/2022

The second republic engagement and re-engagement agenda continues to bare fruit with more countries said to open embassies in Zimbabwe in a development expected to boost the political and economic ties with the international community. With Serbia hoping to open an embassy in Harare in the next few months Zimbabwe and Serbia are looking for ways of enhancing bilateral relations that promote economic cooperation between the two countries. Serbia's Honorary Consul to Zimbabwe Dr. Vivek Solanki believes there is room for a wider scope of cooperation between the two countries.

Source: ZBC News

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New COVID-19 variant

Many countries around the world are still monitoring the new omicron XE variant, which emerged in the U.K. amid a surge of new COVID-19 cases. So far there is not enough evidence to conclude transmissibility, severity, or vaccine effectiveness, but should Africa take action before the new variant strikes? Medical experts Dr. Hannah-Lisa Tetteh in Ghana, Dr. Vivek Solanki in Zimbabwe, and Dr. Uyilawal Okhuaihesuyi from Delta State in Nigeria discuss what course of action Africa should consider.

Source: Newzroom Afrika

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Bad Taste in the Mouth: Possible Causes and Ways to Treat It

Having a bad taste in the mouth now and then is normal. A bad taste usually goes away on its own or after flossing. However, if a bad taste persists, it could be a symptom of a medical condition. This article highlights some potential causes of a bad taste in the mouth and discusses its related symptoms and treatments.

Written by Dan Amankwah and Susan McBratney, PhD. |
Reviewed by Debra Sullivan, Ph.D., MSN, R.N., CNE, COI

Source: Healthgrades

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Covid-19 subvariant BA.2

Covid-19 subvariant BA.2 is reportedly spreading rapidly in countries like the United States, South Korea, and Hong Kong. Some experts say a few cases of the new variant, which is a sublineage of Omicron, have been detected in South Africa.

Medical expert Dr. Vivek Solanki elaborates

Source: Newzroom Afrika

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Why Are My Nipples Sore? 10 Reasons + Treatment

Having sore nipples can be painful and distracting. There are many reasons why your nipples might feel sore, and most are not cause for concern. But rarely breast or nipple pain can be one of the signs of breast cancer.

Written by Christina Palmer, MD |
Reviewed by Patricia Pinto-Garcia, MD, MPH

Source: GoodRx health

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What Is Shingles, and How Do You Get It?

There are about 1 million cases of shingles each year in the U.S. Shingles is so common that about 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. will get it in their lifetime. Shingles is a painful rash caused by the varicella-zoster virus (VZV). VZV is the same virus that causes chickenpox.

Written by Tiffany Chioma Anaebere, MD | Reviewed by Mandy Armitage, MD

Source: GoodRx health

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How Much Vitamin D Should I Be Taking a Day and How Much Is Too Much?

An estimated 41% of Americans don’t get enough vitamin D. This is a concern because vitamin D is important to bone health. Not getting enough vitamin D can lead to consequences like osteoporosis in adults and rickets in children.

Written by Sharon Orrange, MD, MPH | Reviewed by Mandy Armitage, MD

Source: GoodRx health

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8 Worst Spring Allergy Triggers (and How to Avoid Them)

Pollen is the most common trigger for spring allergies. If you’re a spring allergy sufferer, inhaling your allergy triggers puts your body’s defense system on alert. Once it detects the pollen, your immune system interprets it as dangerous and, in response, sends antibodies to attack it.

Written by Allison Firestone
Reviewed by William C. Lloyd III, MD, FACS

Source: Healthgrades

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The elected

The World Health Organization is trying to prevent the Third World from getting vaccinated with a third vaccine year summary.

Dr. Vivek Solanki

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COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

Dr. Vivek Solanki: Zimbabwe COVID-19 numbers are climbing but they have leveled off.

Source: Newzroom Afrika

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Milton Park - Test Kits

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