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  • Ajunwa-Okpara now ACP, seeks support for Foundation

    Nigeria’s only individual Gold medalist till date, Chioma Ajunwa-Okpara, has been decorated as an Assistant Commissioner of Police, by the Police Service Commission. The event took place at the Police College in Ikeja. The Promotion from a Chief Suprintendent of Police, was coming only after a week of Ajunwa-Okpara, launching a foundation to discover new…

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  • Health benefit of exercise

    By Ogechukwu Agwu Generally, people indulge in one form of exercise or the other because they want to lose weight or trying to kip fit. Other times it could be because they are trying to keep their body at certain weight. Whatever it is, we do the body a whole lot of good when we…

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  • Vegetable-Flavoured water in hot weather

    By Doris Obinna Drinking plenty of water can help prevent bothersome dehydration symptoms, such as headaches and fatigue, improve muscle function during exercise and prevent undesirable hunger pangs and overeating. But what if you don’t particularly like guzzling plain water? Or wish to get more nutritional bang from your drinks, minus the excess sugar and…

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  • Depression remains major silent killer in Nigeria – Experts

    By Steve Agbota Health experts have identified depression as a major silent killer in Nigeria, while called for high index of suspicion for signs and symptoms. According to Dr. Patrick Korie, during a ‘health walk,’ organised by Managed Healthcare Services Limited (MHS) and Catholic Chaplaincy Centre LUTH, Idi Araba, Lagos recently to create awareness and…

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  • Reps task NAFDAC on drug abuse among youths

    From Kemi Yesufu, Abuja    The House of Representatives has urged newly appointed Director General of the National Food Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, to prioritise combating drug abuse among youths. The lawmakers gave Adeyeye the charge during a recent courtesy call on the House Committee on Healthcare Services at the National…

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  • Harpic harks on importance of better hygiene

    Harpic, the toilet cleaning brand from Reckitt Benckiser, has partnered with the Lagos State Ministry of Environment in commemorating the 2017 World Toilet Day. According to World Health Organisation (WHO), about 4.5 billion people live without a household toilet that safely disposes their waste, while approximately 315,000 children die every year through poor sanitation and…

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  • Nurses counselled on handling of endometriosis patients

    Nurses have been advised to empathise with women suffering endometriosis and infertility, as their cases are peculiar. Speaking the two-day second annual Amuwo Odofin Nurses Scientific Conference in Lagos, which held in on from November 22-23, 2017, Mrs Olivia Nwankudu, the founder of EndoSurvivors International Foundation, said there was need for the nurses to give…

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  • Watermelon: The super fruit

    Have you ever wondered why so many people crave for watermelon and why it is a favourite fruit for many? It is because watermelon is a super nutritious fruit in every sense of the word. Watermelon, botanically known as citrullus lanatus, is a native of Africa, originating in the Southern African region. It is a popular fruit in Nigeria. Watermelon grows well in temperate regions, which explains why it grows very…

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  • Cervical spondylosis: A common health issue that worsens with age

    Cervical spondylosis can put once life in jeopardy. The discomfort and distress that comes with this health condition is without equal. The agony that follows cervical spondylosisis able keep the victim crying all day and night that known pain killer may not be able to abate.. More than 85 percent of people older than age…

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  • Fuel queues ease in Abuja

    Fuel queues, which resurfaced in Abuja on Dec. 4, are gradually easing out, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports. A NAN correspondent (with inspection team of NNPC and PPMC officials at some filling stations in the federal capital) on Wednesday observed that while the queues were short in some stations, motorists drive through in…

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