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By Juliet Odey A Psychologist, Dr Casmir Nnemeka, says Nigerians should undergo mental health evaluation every three months to ensure their mental well-being. Nnemeka, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Peace Centre, an NGO, gave the advice in an interview with Neptune Prime on Wednesday. He decried the poor attitude of...
By Juliet Odey Tiger Nuts are tubers that grow under the soil’s surface. Also known as yellow nutsedge, tiger nutsedge or earth almond, tiger nuts have been used for many centuries and remain extremely popular all over the western hemisphere. Is one of the richest sources of non-meat protein that supplies...
Tests show the anti-impotence drug may stop further loss of vision for patients being robbed of their sight – and could even repair damage that’s already been done. A two-year trial led by scientists at Columbia University in New York suggests the little blue pills could stop age-related macular degeneration,...
By Sarauniya  Usman, Abuja The Federal Government in collaboration with Certified Computer Manufacturers of Nigeria (CCMON) has established a Pilot Computer/ICT Devices Service Centre in Abuja. At the commissioning of the centre at the OSGF Conference Hall of the Federal Secretariat Complex yesterday, the Minister of communications, Dr. Adebayo Shittu, represented by the...
By Sarauniya Usman, Abuja The Federal Government has reiterated its commitments to ensure careful and speedy implementation of ICT Roadmap, E-government Masterplan, National Broadband Plan and other initiatives, as key tools in fostering public service delivery, innovation and development in the country. The Acting President, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Yemi...
Sugary drinks are the most fattening things you can put into your body. This is because liquid sugar calories don't get registered by the brain in the same way as calories from solid foods and for this reason, when you drink soda, you end up eating more total calories. Eat nut:...

From Fatima Bukar,Abuja Women who suffer from contraceptive related complications in Australia, have vowed to join a class action against its manufacturer, German pharmaceutical giant Bayer, a Melbourne-based law firm said Monday. Essure is a permanent contraceptive implant made of a metal coil which expands to anchor the device in the Fallopian...
From Fatima Bukar, Abuja The PCNI medical outreach train returned to Gombe and commenced the delivery of free medical services over a two-week period from the 16th to the 28th of July. It was the latest stop on a circuit that has over the past year traversed the six states of...
Why you should always put the lid down when flushing the toilet: Scientist reveals poo particles and other droplets spread into the air and land all over your bathroom from walls to towels Not putting the lid down allows a cloud of bacteria to explode into the air This...
Bashir Dodo has won ‘Best Student Paper’ at the BIOIMAGING 2018 conference in Portugal, for the development of a new algorithm which could improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis for certain eye diseases. Doctoral candidate Bashir Dodo, according to our sources is a student from Brunel University London’s Department...