Recent Submissions

  • Female Genital Mutilation and Human Rights 

    The Guardian (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2019-03-07)
    Female genital mutilation (FGM) involves procedure that alter or injure the female genital for non-medical reasons, it is internationally recognised as a violation of the human rights of girls and woman. FGM primarily, ...
  • How Regular Exercise Lowers Death Risk 

    Muanya, C. (The Guardian (Nig.) Limited, 2019-02-05)
    People who spend a lot of time in one place are more likely to experience some adverse health conditions, such as obesity. However, a new study has revealed that even a small amount of exercise can have a significant impact ...
  • How Nigeria Can Maximize Potentials of Sesame Seeds 

    Akinfenwa, G. (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2019-02-24)
    Sesame presents huge opportunity for the country in terms of generating export revenue. Aside the fact that it has numerous health and industrial benefits and widely used for baking, medicine, cosmetics and animal feeds, ...
  • Four Ways To Beat Insomnia By Scientist 

    Guardian Newspapers (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2019-02-27)
    People with insomnia struggle to get good night sleep and wonder how to sleep better. They may be plagued by trouble falling asleep, unwelcome awakenings during the night, or fitful sleep alone or in combination. Insomnia ...
  • Fresh Concerns Over Chemicals For Ripening Fruits, Softening Foods 

    Muanya, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2019-05-02)
    Fruit ripening is an unnatural process in which the fruit goes through various chemical changes and gradually becomes sweet and coloured which is hazardous to health but with the advancement of science & technology, ...
  • Detoxification Boosts Fertility in Couples Undergoing IVF 

    Muanya, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2019-05-23)
    Nigerian researchers have demonstrated how supervised modern day type of detoxification may positively affect fertility indices in infertile couples who undergo assisted reproductive technology in-vitro fertility. It is ...
  • With Holy Trinity SPA & Health Farm, Ghana Targets Africa's Medical Tourism Market. 

    Nwanne, C. (Guardian Newspapers (Nig.) Limited, 2019-02-02)
    Health tourism covers those types of tourism, which have as a primary motivation the contribution to physical, mental and / or spiritual health through medical and wellness-based activities. It sheds light on the factors ...
  • Furore Over Recent Earth Tremors in Abuja 

    Muanya, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-09-03)
    The earth tremor from September 5th to 8th 2018 in Mpape and some parts of Maitama district in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja left the whole country apprehensive that an earthquake is imminent.
  • The Plague of Unemployment 

    Ighakpe, D. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-09-13)
    Unemployment is one of the major issues affecting Nigeria's economy and its society. Report from the International Labour Organization says that out of 85.08 million people, about 1.6 million were unemployed in Nigeria.
  • Mental Health Deserves Attention too. 

    Editorial (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-11-18)
    The federal ministry of health statistics shows that about 60 million Nigerians suffer mental health challenge
  • Alarm Over Fast Deleting Forest Resources 

    Eno-Abasi, S.; Anietie, A.; Oluwaseun, A. (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2018-09-16)
    In a recent report on forest resources in Nigeria, Nigeria is recording four percent annual loss of forest which is considered as the highest in the world. This is responsible for about 20 percent of Greenhouse gas ...
  • Nine Foods to Help Lower Blood Sugar at Home 

    Onyenucheya, A (Guardian Newspaper Limited, 2018-08-27)
    Medical experts ranked diabetes as the number six leading cause of death globally, adding that, one way to control blood sugar is to eat a healthful diet such as: sweet potatoes and yams, oatmeal and oar bran, whole wheat, ...
  • Popoola's Metal Adventure Pulsates in Animal Anatomy 

    Sowole, T. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-01-13)
    Across painting, sapphire and general medium, horses and cattle have enjoyed robust space in fine art. The sculptor in this write up revealed his profound finding on different species of utility animal as bulls and horse ...
  • How to Increase Local Drug Production in Nigeria 

    Muanya, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-01-11)
    Pharmacists have recommendations on how to increase local production of essential medicines and boost drug security in the country
  • Scientists Slow Ageing With Green Tea, Onions, Red Wine 

    Muanya, C. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-01-14)
    Researchers found out that patients taking onions,green tea,and red wine became significantly more mobile than anti ageing drugs.
  • Climate Change: Africa's Survival is at Risk 

    Editorial (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-12-14)
    The paper explores the impact of high temperature, ecosystem, rainfall, drought, water, agriculture, sea-level rise and energy on climate change.
  • Nigeria's Endless Wait for Digital Broadcasting/Internet Television 

    Adeputun, Y; Nwantok, M (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-08-12)
    Government is driving free digital television that is accessible to all. The writer is looking at how to accelerate the process. But even though all the other components of the project are available, inadequate funding ...
  • Entrepreneurs,Scientist Identify Agric as Way Out 

    Ibirogba, F. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-09-03)
    Agricultural products and projects are veritable instruments for combating the rising poverty level in Nigeria. This is because human capital development efforts could be channeled towards effective agricultural production ...
  • Life Style Modification Essential to Managing Cholesterol 

    Akutu, G. (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-08-19)
    Cholesterol is a wax like fatty substance that the body needs for normal function. There is good and bad cholesterol which could promote health or cause damage to the body system. A balanced diet and good health management ...
  • Coping With Effects of Climate Change 

    Editorial (Guardian Newspapers Limited, 2018-09-09)
    The understanding of climate change began some 200 years ago with the19th century scientist. Skeptics have continued to advance contrary views in an attempt to dispute the phenomenon as a ruse.

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