Makers of the world’s first ‘smart condom’ have finally revealed a look at the 'game-changing' new device, which boasts the ability to detect STIs, assess performance, and even calculate how many calories you burned during sex. The i.Con Smart Condom isn’t actually a condom instead, the photos reveal it’s a ring-shaped
The Lions Club of Kampala Central successfully organized its fifth annual Lions Marathon on Sunday 22nd October, 2017 at the Makerere University Grounds under the theme “RUN FOR SIGHT”. The marathon which kicked off at 7am was graced with the attendance of invited Chief Guest, the Prime Minister of Uganda, Rt.
At a time when many corporates are saving for the eventful December holiday, a group of corporates are using their disposable income for a good cause. Employees of corporate institutions like the UIRIU, Kyambogo University, among others, spearheaded by accountant, Damali Nakirya have teamed up to fight the rampant teenage
Research has proven just how much increasing your activity levels can improve your lifespan. According to the study of 6,600 people over 12 months, carried out by VitalityHealth, people who increased their activity levels to 150 minutes a week - about 21 minutes a day - saw their life expectancy increase
In response to Uganda’s nationwide blood shortage, hundreds of people turned up to participate in a blood donation drive organized by Diamond Trust Bank (U) in partnership with Uganda Blood Transfusion Services (UBTS) which started on Thursday 24th and will end on 26th August 2017 at DTBU Main Branch Premises. The Annual
By Christine Beinomugisha Ramadan is a holy month in Islam and Muslims observe fasting from dawn to sunset. Ramadan word itself signifies the amount of heat and dryness, which indirectly signifies the increase of fluid and mineral requirement. Those who are ill, travelling long distance, pregnant and nursing women, elderly with
There are three things you should never do after the deed, according to sex and health experts. "When the vaginal tissues have been lubricated, swollen, and rubbed against during intercourse, it changes how that tissue reacts to the environment," says Richard Agaba, a gynaecologist "Primarily, you run a much greater risk
In this era where most Ugandans are at least trying to avoid S.T.I's and unwanted pregnancies, condoms seem the easiest and safest way to prevent the above. Unfortunately, numbers indicate that many as three out of four people don't know how to use them thus finding themselves in grave problems. Telesqop analyses