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Consumers Kick Against FG’s Planned Ponmo Ban

Some Nigerians have kicked against the proposed plan by the Federal Government to ban the consumption of cooked cow skin, popularly known as ponmo. Recall that the Director General of the Nigerian Institute of Leather and Science Technology, Zaria, Prof. Muhammad Yakubu, recently said the institute and other stakeholders would be approaching the National Assembly…

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HOW TO COPE WITH FEELINGS OF DEPRESSION AS A NIGERIAN STUDENT

Depression is a serious and important issue in universities today. University school, work, and financial problems and so on. Nevertheless, depression is different from the occasional feeling of sadness or being stressed. Depression is more serious, but it is treatable. DEPRESSION is a group of conditions associated with the elevation or lowering of a person’s…

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FUN FACT: DID YOU KNOW YOU COULD DIE FROM NOT DRINKING ENOUGH WATER?

Did you know an average person could live without food for nearly two months, but cannot survive more than about one week without water?…. and that says how essential water is to human life. Water is revered as one of the most important classes of food with its many benefits ranging from regulating body temperature,…

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Reasons Why Skipping Breakfast Could Be Bad For Your Health

The first adequate meal consumed after waking up every morning is “the breakfast”. Well, except the foodies, midnight eaters and those who love to wake up at night to ravenously consume a bowl of cereal, throughout the night, we pretty much fast. A healthy body requires a good amount of sleep from night till morning…

Menstrual cramps (Dysmenorrhea) : What do females really go through when they’re on their period?

Have you ever been curious as to what causes the pain and what is going on inside your abdomen? This article explains everything you need to know about menstrual cramps. Period pain is a common normal part of the menstrual cycle. Most women get it at some point in their lives. It is usually felt…

Jaja Medical Screening To Commence on March 14.
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Jaja Medical Screening To Commence on March 14.

The University of Ibadan medical screening for the 2021/2022 academic session will begin on 14th March 2022. This was contained in a communique directed to the Dean of Faculties, Director of Institutes and Hall wardens from the director of University Health Services. The communique dated 03-03-2022 stated that all undergraduate student yet to complete their…

How to Sleep Like a Baby Despite the Heat at Night
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How to Sleep Like a Baby Despite the Heat at Night

The heat these days is alarming, both in the day and the night, the average weather forecast has been 35-36°C in the day and 25°C in the night coupled with the incessant lack of electricity and the progressive difficulty in accessing petrol to power light-generating sets, Nigerians have been left to lament about the heat…