https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Breastfeeding mothers in higher-education environments can typically find a place to pump, but only recently have institutions begun to prioritize access to this resource. Vía Latest Science News — ScienceDaily https://ift.tt/2NZGnXt via College campuses are thinking about lactation spaces — but could be doing more — Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine Advertisements Continue reading College campuses are thinking about lactation spaces — but could be doing more — Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine
#Village girl diaries There is that one travel destination that always makes you happy no matter how many times you go there. That is my home village for me. I love the countryside, the folks and the way of life. Recently I was sitting impatiently in a ‘matatu’ ( read a Toyota Sienta), heading home, … Continue reading Does ‘one-size-fits-all advice’ work?
Source: Pexels I intend this to be short and precise- like the school of medicine graduate list of names; Atieno, Awino, Omondi, and Ogaga. Everyone attributes this to the community’s culture of eating fish. I wonder if other communities take these seriously. Oh Yes! Evidence based facts support this. Fish consumption has tremendous positive … Continue reading It’s A Double Hit!
I didn’t care much about kefir, until recently. Cupid’s Story My sister an auditor by profession seems to know more about Kefir than she does about audit. Amidst bouts of laughter, for thirty minutes, she was basking in glory as she narrated how indigestion, bloating and other stomach problems were household names to her Lovebird. … Continue reading Demystifying Kefir
Growing up. Only the fear of the rod made me swallow eggplants and carrots. I couldn’t fathom why they had to be in almost every meal. They were tasteless and nauseating to say the least! Despite the daily fights, mama so religiously cooked them, bless her heart! Sticky Habits I should be embarrassed to admit … Continue reading The One Reason to Add Carrots and Eggplants to Your Daily Meal