For only those who can read. 

Muslims should stop with the extremely lazy excuse of  "Terrorist are not Muslims" and mobilize to stop and flush such elements out of the religion and deemphasize their teachings on radical verses of the Quran! The author of this email is Dr. Emanuel Tanya, a well-known and well-respected psychiatrist--a man, whose family was German aristocracy … Continue reading For only those who can read. 

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THE MOVING TRAIN…

She doesn't still recollect that we have met before. Maybe after this brief intro,the memories of that day would become clear in her head. I was one of the executives of the student union government (SUG) in the medical school. Yes, i know what is running through your mind, 'the ALUTA people', well, to put your judgmental … Continue reading THE MOVING TRAIN…

How you can help me help people. 

I was raised by my mother after my father died when I was about 8 years old. I have not had such an easy life. I wasn’t born with a silver spoon, although I wasn’t born poor. What I was born with is a passion to help people through medicine. I can’t remember wanting to … Continue reading How you can help me help people. 

…Because no child deserves to die from MALARIA

I had such a beautiful childhood... They say i was 'born with a silver spoon' though i think they meant STAINLESS STEEL*laughs. I lived in some of the best parts of Lagos, got everything i wanted, went to the best of schools, went on vacations every summer. From a young age, i knew what good life … Continue reading …Because no child deserves to die from MALARIA

MEN NEED SEX! Understanding Male Sexuality….

From counseling the married, especially the women I realize that many of them do not understand male sexuality. They'll say: "men are scum" or "men are dogs",usually referring to men who cheat, but I have discovered that many a time, the issue is due misunderstandings about male sexuality. Let me explain it to you. A … Continue reading MEN NEED SEX! Understanding Male Sexuality….

WORLD HEALTH DAY 2017: LET’S TALK DEPRESSION

This morning I got a call from the HR at work. They notified me that I've been relieved of my duties. What I feel is familiar.    I’ve felt this way before, I’ve just never really given into this feeling and now nothing holds me back. Sadness comforts me. My sister died six months ago … Continue reading WORLD HEALTH DAY 2017: LET’S TALK DEPRESSION

THE MENINGITIS SCOURGE IN NIGERIA: All you need to know

So recently, there has been an outbreak of the meningitis disease in Northern Nigeria, with the death toll hitting 489. With the alarming mortality rate, it is important we are put in the know about what this disease is about so we can protect ourselves. We don’t know where the next outbreak will happen so … Continue reading THE MENINGITIS SCOURGE IN NIGERIA: All you need to know

Calculate Ovulation in 1, 2, 3 easy steps: Correctly and Accurately!!

Ovulation is the release of egg from the ovaries. It is one part of the female menstrual cycle when a mature ovarian de Graaf's follicle which is part of the ovary discharges an egg, also known as an ovum or the oocyte. After ovulation, during the luteal phase, the egg travels down the fallopian tube … Continue reading Calculate Ovulation in 1, 2, 3 easy steps: Correctly and Accurately!!

Your Penis and Pearly Penile Papules: what to know

Pearly penile papules are small protuberances that may form on the ridge of the glans of the human penis. They are a harmless anatomical variation.  Most patients with PPP seek consultation because they are concerned about a sexually transmitted disease. PPP is most commonly confused with genital warts or less often, with molluscum contagiosum.  Pearly … Continue reading Your Penis and Pearly Penile Papules: what to know

The silent killer: HYPERTENSION 

Living on this planet can get very tasking and demanding. Everything seems to be on the move! In this part of the world, we now practically live the western lifestyle. Couple that with a lack of awareness (or indifference), to the possible complications of that lifestyle and the stress and pressures of work, school, and … Continue reading The silent killer: HYPERTENSION