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What is Christmas: Understanding the history and origin

Christmas is so full of wonder, meaning and tradition. But, where did all these things that we now call "Christmas" come from? Let's briefly sketch the origin and development of what we now celebrate as Christ's birth.

The hidden dangers lurking in your kitchen

Cooking might be the way to someone’s heart, but it could also be the way to hospital. The number of accidents involving knives, boiling water, and deep-fat fryers is truly impressive.

I tattooed my ring finger to remind myself to never marry again

When my marriage came to an end, I decided I’d never get married again. Honestly, I had never really believed in marriage in the first place but when I found myself in love and not thinking straight (a common side effect of love), I also found myself engaged.

5 types of people who are not marriage material

Let’s face it, marriage isn’t for everyone. It’s easy to get carried away by the burning enthusiasm and the bliss of a relationship and rush into thinking that your partner is the right person to build a future with.

3 qualities all amazing lovers have in common

Great lovers can come in all shapes, sizes, personalities, cultural backgrounds, and gender expressions. What makes a great lover isn’t a particular body part or a black book full of past lovers.

10 Social media sins you should never commit!

Social media has come to stay. According to, as of July 2018, Facebook had about 2.2 billion monthly active users. YouTube and WhatsApp had 1.9 and 1.5 billion monthly active users respectively.

6 tips for a stress-free life

At its root, simple living is cutting to the fundamentals: a life driven by what’s most important and valuable to you.

Five things about covid we still don’t understand at our peril

Since a new coronavirus launched the global pandemic that has now killed more than 6.5 million people — 16 percent of them in the United States alone — scientists in record numbers have devoted themselves full time to unraveling its mysteries.

Breastfeeding rate drop amongst lactating mothers

Only 43 percent of babies born in Ghana are breastfed exclusively for six months, Dr. Amma Benin, Head of the Pediatrics Department at the International Maritime Hospital (IMAH) has revealed.

Newly dating? 15 pieces of advice to help you build a healthy relationship

If real life was a rom-com, your relationship would go something like this: The ultimate meet-cute would have you locking eyes and knowing in your soul that they’re the one from the first “hello.” Cut to a montage of baking together (with spilled flour all over the kitchen, obviously), sunset strolls holding hands, and maybe a tandem bicycle ride or two.

Jupitar to represent Ghana at International Arts Festival

Reggae/Dancehall artiste, Jupitar has been selected as part of a few international artistes to partake in this year’s International Arts Festival planned for the Mandeville Wharf Crescent Park, New Orleans, USA on Sunday, October 2.

5 home remedies for itchy scalp

Scalp pruritus, known as itchy scalp, is a common condition. There’s a wide range of causes. Dandruff and an inflammatory skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis are the most common causes of itchy scalp.

Breasfeeding does not cause sagging - Dr Benin

Sagging of the breast is physiological and breastfeeding is not one of the known causes, Dr Amma Benin, the Head of the Paediatric Department, International Maritime Hospital, has said.

10 easy ways to bond with your kids

It’s the difference between a confident child and an insecure one, a cooperative child and a defiant one, one that agrees to set the table and one that scoffs (ok, most of them scoff either way but what’s important is that they still set the table).

Why kids tend to feel closer to mom over dad

While parents worry about the impact of peers, technology or a crass culture, teens consistently report that their moms and dads exert the most important influence in their lives.

3 Errors today’s fathers must not repeat

There are great fathers who have laid down their lives to make their children who they are today. However, there are equally bad ones whose children’s potential could never be a reality because they were never there for them.

Tips to sharpen your kid’s memory

Memory plays an important role in boosting your child’s learning, growth and development. A child with poor memory skills can struggle at school, and feel under confident.

5 ways to lower your cholesterol naturally

High cholesterol is when you have too much cholesterol in your blood. High cholesterol often doesn't show signs, and remains a hidden danger that affects millions of lives.

Good sleep for good health

Sometimes, the pace of modern life barely gives you time to stop and rest. It can make getting a good night’s sleep on a regular basis seem like a dream.

How to ease the symptoms of sciatica

Often associated with low back pain, sciatica tends to be more of a pain in the butt -- and sometimes also the leg. That's because the pain travels along the sciatic nerves, the longest nerves in your body.

13 ways to stop period cramps

Over half of women who menstruate experience period pain (dysmenorrhea) for one to two days every month. And even though period pain can mean headaches or general discomfort, the pain is typically caused by menstrual cramps.

6 tips for improving fashion sense for men

Navigating the world of men’s fashion can be a dizzying experience. You find yourself staring into a wardrobe full of possibilities, and the choices of clothing you could wear overwhelm you.

Tips to get rid of dry skin

Dry skin is a common skin condition that occurs when the skin is not able to retain enough moisture. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including weather changes, harsh soaps, and underlying medical skin conditions.

5 tips to manage stress

While it may seem like there’s nothing you can do about stress at work and home, there are steps you can take to relieve the pressure and regain control.