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Oluwanifise Ifeoluwa Onafowokan

Top 5 Nigerian Myths about Peptic Ulcer

Peptic ulcer, known as ogbe inu in Yoruba, onya in igbo, and miki in hausa, can be simply defined as sore of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) or dige…

5 Healthy Eating Tips for Nigerian Pregnant Women

You are what you eat. However, when you are pregnant, you are not only what you eat, your baby also is. Studies have shown that the fetus derives eve…

5 Positive Ways Fasting can affect your Health as a Nigerian

Fasting is nothing out of the ordinary amongst we Nigerians. Indeed, we fast for several reasons ranging from religious to cultural to even political…
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