Entries by Churchill Otieno


Churchill Otieno, holds a degree in Communications and Public Relations. He is an accomplished independent researcher, experienced, professional writer based in Chicago, IL past Mombasa, Kenya. He is an author and publisher for Consumer Health Digest - Joint Pain Center category since 2013. He has an additional credentials in health and lifestyle fitness. He has been writing articles on health for more than two years with interest on bone, joint health, arthritis, osteoarthritis etc. He is also a contributor to healthcentral.com and many other popular websites. His mission is to educate, empower and advocate people whose lives have changed due to arthritis joint pain. He also strive to support the families and caregivers as they learn how to advocate and care for the afflicted person.

Try out These 6 Best Ways to Reduce Stress Hormones

Stress is something everyone copes with on a day to day basis. If you do not have any stress, then many people wish they could be you for a day. We are a society filled with deadlines, meetings, schedules and… 0 Shares |

Know all about Brain Ischemia

Strokes do not run in my family, but I do have a relative that has suffered one in recent years. She is on the cusps of turning 90 and was quite healthy until she had a stroke and did not… 0 Shares |

Prenatal Depression: Condition No One Talks About

Most people associate pregnancy and childbirth with happiness and joy – why shouldn’t you celebrate the fact you’re bringing a new life into the world? People talk about the plans they have, their skin glows, and you’re flooded with hormones… 0 Shares |

Do Workouts Help You Cope With Depression?

Everyone feels sad sometimes, but when that sadness seeps into your thoughts and becomes an oppressive feeling that makes you want to escape your own head, you’re suffering from something else. Depression is difficult for many to understand, but it’s… 0 Shares |

Mental Health: 5 Effortless Tips for Healthy and Sharp Memory

Sharp memory depends on vitality and health of your brain. That’s why in order to preserve sharp memory and avoid lapses or poor concentration; you have to make sure your brain gets everything it needs to stay vital and healthy.… 0 Shares |

Multiple Personality Disorder: Fact or Fiction?

Multiple personality disorder or dissociative identity disorder (DID) represents disorders wherein the individual escapes reality in ways that are unhealthy and involuntary. A person affected by this disorder experiences a disconnection and lack of continuity between thoughts, memories, surroundings, actions,… 0 Shares |

How Marijuana Smoking Leads To The Risks Of Weight Gain

The effect of marijuana smoking on weight gain has been an issue for a very long time. It is not very clear how marijuana adds to the risk of weight gain. However, research has shown for sure that marijuana smoking… 0 Shares |

The Link Between Traumatic Brain Injuries and Sleep Disorders

Cases of traumatic brain injuries have been on the rise over the past few years. Given the fact that our head is constantly exposed, it is basically at the mercy of the surrounding environment. According to the Centers for Disease… 0 Shares |

Weight loss: What inspired a daughter to participate for triathlon?

Wiremu Bayliss is a living proof that there is nothing you can’t overcome when you put your mind into it. In 2012, he was a staggering 150 kg heavier. That’s around 330 lbs. He’s proud to show you his old… 0 Shares |

What are the Signs and Symptoms of Prostatitis?

Prostatitis is perhaps the most common prostate condition for men below the age of 50, although it can affect any man regardless of the age. In fact it is believed that almost 50% of all men between the age of… 0 Shares |