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#GetREADY for Mother and Child Expo 2016!

  The Mother & Child Expo has become the most comprehensive exhibition for the baby, maternity and parenting industry in Nigeria since its first edition in 2014 Now in its third year, by popular demand this world-class exhibition will be holding in 3 major cities in Nigeria; Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. This year’s exhibition like the previous will be …

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The Bridge Clinic Celebrates Excellence in their Children

The Bridge Clinic, Nigeria’s foremost and most fertile fertility clinic rolled out the drums to celebrate its children. It was a day to flaunt the successes it has recorded in its 16 years of providing fertility assistance to Nigerians and other nationals who have sought this service. Some of the 1935 children, the miracles that God used them as worthy …

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Reckitt Benckiser, RB Partners with FG to Save Nigerian children from Diarrhea

Reckitt Benckiser, RB, the world’s leading consumer health and hygiene Company took its Corporate Social Responsibility, CRS to a new height on Tuesday, with the announcement of a multi-billion partnership with federal government to fight the scourge of diarrhea among Nigerian children. This fact was revealed when officials of the company paid a courtesy visit to the Vice President, Prof. …

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Why Harpic Donated Mobile Toilet to Idi-Araba Community

Harpic Battles lack of Functional toilet with donation of mobile toilets to Idi-Araba Community One of the major concerns for a megacity like Lagos is the issue of functional toilet facilities and waste management. One statistics has it that Lagos is home to close to 20 million Nigerians! As a result of this huge population, some citizens defecate in the …

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World Heart Day: Promoting Healthy Lifestyles

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the world’s number one killer. It is currently responsible for 17.3 million deaths per year, and by 2030 this figure is expected to rise to 23 million. But most CVD can be prevented by addressing risk factors, such as tobacco use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity. Too often, society ‘blames’ the individual’s lifestyle choices for his …

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Power Oil Marks World Health Day

In line with its commitment to promote healthy living as a means to maintaining a healthy heart, Power Oil has organised a consumer activation event tagged: Pay with Calories 2.0 at the Ikeja City Mall, Lagos. The event was held in commemoration of this year’s World Heart Day. The activation involved participants’ engaging in series of workouts on treadmills and …

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Don’t Skip Breakfast, Says Nutritionist

Breakfast is essential and it is not advisable to skip, a nutritionist has said. Dr Folake Samuel of the Department of Human Nutrition, Univeristy of Ibadan (UI), said it is dangerous to skip breakfast or eat just anything to replace breakfast. In an inteerview with The Nation,Dr  Samuel said: “Skipping breakfast can make both children and adults feel tired, restless, …

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Nutritious Breakfast for a Good Day

In a society were virtually every individual is busy on a daily basis, in has been generally agreed that breakfast is the most important meal to the body, helping the properly position the future of children. Meanwhile, it has been identified that every cereals make a nutritious and filling breakfast, because breakfast cereals are high fibre when made of whole …

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Eat Cereal for Breakfast, Reap Huge Benefits

Many adults who claim to be watching their weight sometimes skip breakfast altogether, thinking that it’s one of the ways they could escape packing on the pounds. How about mothers who would neglect to give their children breakfast? They are guilty of this sometimes because they are too busy to prepare wholesome meal that would give their kids a good …

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