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Our Food, Health & The Experts

Thanks to those experts on healthy-eating, who are constantly telling us what is right/wrong for us to feed our system with, many people in most parts of the world are now cautious about what they eat and drink. You can’t help but join in, if you want your body to hold together, so that you can be healthy, active, and hopefully, live long.

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Scrapping of JAMB, NECO: Right way to go

For some of us who were classroom teachers at an era when learning and the acquisition of knowledge was much sought after and desired, and both the learners and their teachers were very interested in getting things right, the current deteriorating state of our educational system, is of much concern.

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Women’s movement in Nigeria lacks solidarity – Dr Abiola Akiyode

Dr.(Mrs.)Abiola Akiyode-Afolabi is an activist of note within and outside Nigeria. The Executive Director of Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre- WARDC, in this interview, among other issues, she suggests the need for a gender struggle that is less elitist and which would easily accommodate the rural women who largely constitute the female population in Nigeria.

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Escalating sleep problems as Nigeria murders sleep

The United Nations Organization, apart from its role of ensuring peace and harmony between nations, is having a closer relationship with the individual, as it directs focus on all the different problems which assail the human life. Every day of the year marks something in the human welfare; in addition to the usual Children’s day, Labour day, Food day, Water day, days for Women, Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents, the Physically challenged, we now have special days for Sight, Hearing, etc.

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‘Autism: Why I’m introducing affected children to structured teaching’ – Bolanle Adewole

M rs. Bolanle Adewole, the Founder/Director of The Learning Place-TLP School and TLP Centre in Lekki, Lagos, is passionately spear-heading the introduction of Structured Teaching in Nigeria in collaboration with AACTION Autism, a voluntary group of professionals from Chicago, USA, working to help third-world countries develop their techniques for working with children and adults with autism.

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