By Elite Reporter
Celebrated international soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, who plays for Juventus as a forward, is doing his best to help others during the Coronavirus crisis.
After travelling to Portugal in the wake of his mother, Maria Dolores Aveiro, suffering a stroke, the 35-year-old has remained in his native country in order to self-isolate.
The decision came after his Juventus teammate Daniele Rugani tested positive for Coronavirus and was photographed with most of the squad just days before his diagnosis.
Thankfully, there's been no indication that Ronaldo or any of his family has been suffering with the condition and the sporting superstar has used his privileged position to help wage the war.
Ronaldo wrote on his Instagram page: "The world is going through a very ...
By Elite Reporter
Uterine fibroids sound either disgusting or dangerous, depending on your perspective of things that grow on your uterus without asking.
The good news, however, is that they're generally viewed as less of a problem than they sound like; several women will have uterine fibroids before the age of 50, although there are differences in expectation about when they may turn up, based on your age and background.
But there are certain symptoms that can definitely point to a benign growth making a big fuss on a bit of your reproductive system.
The key thing to realize here, although, is that many woman actually don't know they have uterine fibroids because they're asymptomatic (i.e. none of the following list applies to them at all).
Only about a third of a...
By Keefa Nuwahereza
Although Africa was largely spared the rapid spread of COVID-19, which has infected thousands and killed nearly 5,000 so far, several African countries are registering new cases of infections.
Over the weekend Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan, Rwanda and Guinea announced their first confirmed cases of Coronavirus as the disease has now spread to at least 18 countries in Africa.
Other African countries that reported cases of the disease are Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria, Senegal, Togo, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), South Africa, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Gabon and Ghana.
Rapid testing and quarantines have been put in place to limit transmission. But concerns are growing about the continent's ability to handle the disease.