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Nov 2018
EFFECTS OF SMOKING AND EXCESSIVE ALCOHOL INTAKE ON EYES

The Chief Executive Officer, Apple Green Consult, Tony Onwugbaramuko has stated that smoking, excessive intake of alcohol, and frequent exposure to light are risk factors for vision impairment. He said for Nigerians to maintain good vision and generally live healthy, they should avoid factors that predispose them to preventable health conditions. Stating this at the free eye care treatment for residents of Ajido community in Badagry area of Lagos recently, and organised by WAPCO Nigeria Plc, he said it was in addressing the high prevalence of eye conditions in the country, and......

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EFFECTS OF GROUNDNUT ON EYE

EFFECTS OF GROUNDNUT ON EYE

By Andrella Tersoo Many of us love to eat groundnuts as a snack. These nuts are tasty and can be excellent addition to your daily diet plan. However, not everyone knows the effect of...


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TATTOO INK MAY DAMAGE KIDNEYS

TATTOO INK MAY DAMAGE KIDNEYS

Body inking, such as tattoo, is a way to express ones belief, thinking and the pains or joy of the phase one is going through in life. People get tattoos for various reasons ranging...


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ANGER!

ANGER!

Anger is a strong wind that blows the lamp of mind. It makes someone ventures on a mission without considering the consequence of it. Anger kills meekness in man and replaces with monster. Anger...


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THE SCARS OF ANGER!

THE SCARS OF ANGER!

Anger is an intense expression of emotion. It involves a strong uncomfortable and hostile response to a perceived provocation, hurt or threat. Anger is a strong feeling of grievance and displeasure that makes someone...


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THE VICTIM

THE VICTIM

He spent 27 years wrongly convicted of murder. He wants to spend the rest of his life encouraging inmates to read!!! By Alexandra King, CNN Video by Samantha Guff and Zach Wasser, CNN The first book John Bunn...


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DRUG TO PREVENT PANCREATIC CANCER

DRUG TO PREVENT PANCREATIC CANCER

Pancreatic cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. This year, about 55,000 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with the disease and...


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