Your Habits Determine your Destiny

By Bayo Ogunmupe 15 February 2020. Your habits determine your destiny. So, don’t give up your power to shape them. Everybody has habits. Habits are certain behaviours you repeat every day of your life. For you, my reader, one of your habits is reading. Everyday, after getting out of bed, you brush your teeth, dress…

Appendicitis at a Glance 

15th February 2020.  Your appendix is a finger-shaped pouch attached to your colon. It is in the lower right side of your belly. Experts aren’t sure exactly what it does. But if it becomes infected and inflamed, you get a painful condition called appendicitis . Most people who get it need surgery to remove their…

The Release Of Boko Haram Prisoners: Issues Arising By Tony Ademiluyi

  Majority of the Nigerian soldiers weren’t in support of it as it made a huge mockery of their efforts in curtailing the menace. The Niger Delta militants had a clear cause which was the fulcrum of their struggles. Their region produced the wealth of the nation but the structural lopsidedness and sinister nature of…

Older Dads Have Smarter Sons, According to Study 

According to a recent study, men who have kids later on in life tend to father more “geeky” sons. Read on to learn more. What are the benefits of being an older parent? Though science has tried time and again to pinpoint the best age to have a child, it’s not always that simple. It…

My Daughter is Cooking from the Internet!”

February 13, 2020 Asari Ndem My dad barged into my room on a Tuesday afternoon, clearly looking for me. He found me cowered over my desk struggling to finish a holiday assignment, I don’t remember which one now, maybe Technical Drawing? “Sarinma!” my dad bellowed, “I want to eat Afang soup for lunch today and…

Travails of the Girl-child

 February 13, 2020 By Abdulganiyu Abdulrahman Akanbi It is a statement of fact that females around the world witness infringement of rights on a daily basis. Discrimination, violence and harassment of weaker sex have contributed a tad to the dimension of public discourse globally. The advocacy for “women and men, and girls and boys, to…

Doctor Explains Why Boys Do Better in Mathematics

Published February 14, 2020 Dayo Ojerinde A medical doctor , Afolabi Odunsi, has opined that the reasons boys do better in mathematics and sciences are because girls lack encouragement. Odunsi , who was the guest speaker at the prize-giving programme of a mathematics competition organised by Ambassadors Schools, Ota recently , advised teachers to encourage…

“I Will Never Talk sh*t to my Wife Again” Man Who Thought Breastfeeding Was Easy Shares His Experience after Being Left Alone with his Child for a Few Hours

A new father has vowed never to undermine what his wife goes through as a mother after his experience while caring for their daughter alone for a few hours. Ginna Crochets Ronnie Dunston said he always thought his wife was overreacting whenever she expressed pain while breastfeeding their child. He felt since their daughter has…

What You Should Know about positional Asphyxia in Infants

Positional asphyxia may be one reason why people die suddenly in a hog-tie restraint by police or military officers. A 2016 study found that babies 4 weeks and under are at greater risk of positional asphyxia. Older babies and toddlers also face the risk of positional asphyxia, especially after spending over an hour in a…

2 in 3 Women Unhappy with Their Breast Size – Study

On  February 13, 2020.  By Sola Ogundipe A new study has revealed that less than one-third of women worldwide are satisfied with the size of their breasts noting that what many women may not realise is their dissatisfaction could have implications for their health. From surveys by Anglia Ruskin University, in Cambridge, England, of more…