Category Educational

Mum, Lisa Smith Reiterates Experts Views On Dangers Of Car Seats After Losing Her 18-Month-Old Daughter

This may or may not come as news to you, but experts say nothing about car seat designs includes suitability for sleeping. Everyone already knows that many parents rely on car journeys to get their baby’s to sleep, but experts

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Best Tips For Dealing With Anxiety, According To People Battling The Disorder

Anxiety disorder is one of the most common mental health issues in the world, affecting both adults and children every year. Everyone feels anxious now and then. It’s a normal emotion. For example, you may feel nervous when faced with

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JAMB Registration Will Now Require National Identity Number From 2020 (See Details)

It has been reported that as from next year, candidates of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will need to register with their national identity number (NIN) to sit for the exam. This is coming on the back of the

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Stress Management And New Sleep Habits Can Prevent Strokes- Study

A new study conducted by Swedish and British researchers sought to find a link between lack of sleep and strokes, coronary artery disease or heart failure and they came up with an interesting find. Sleeping problems otherwise called insomnia is

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15 Moms Dole Out On How They Taught Their Kids To Be Kind At School

Charity begins at home, so does kindness. The truth is, your child may be the most popular, the smartest or the fastest but in the end, none of it matters if they aren’t kind. From all-inclusive birthday parties to asking

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Age Barrier: JAMB Educates Candidate On The Steps To Take

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has advised candidates of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to always read and strictly adhere to instructions contained in the examination brochure before registering for the examinations. Fabian Benjamin, the board’s Head

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‘Stop making excuses’: This Open Letter From Teachers To Parents Is A Must Read

As schools are preparing to resume for a new academic session, some group of teachers have taken to social media to write an open letter to parents on how they can help their kids be better and to stop making

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New Study Explains How You Can Use Physical Fitness To Overcome Depression

Scientists in a recent study have said that physical fitness may help to prevent depression and anxiety. According to medicalnewstoday.com, common mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety, are a growing global issue as they reduce overall well-being and life

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Neurologist Advises On How Homemade Food & Minimal Salt Intake Can Prevent Kidney Diseases

With rising cases of kidney failure globally, a neurologist, Dr. Theophilus Umezuidike, has warned Nigerians against the consumption of too much salt and refined carbohydrates. In an interview with a Punch correspondent, Umezuidike also warned Nigerians against frequent consumption of

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Vice Chancellor, Prof. Godwin Nduka, Tasks Parents On The Need To Partner With Their Children’s Institution Of Learning

Vice chancellor, Novena University, Amai, Delta State, Prof. Godwin Nduka has urged parents to partner with their children. The VC, in his keynote address at the sixth anniversary of the school’s cultural day also urged parents to partner with their

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How Mothers Can Enjoy And Achieve Exclusive Breastfeeding- Nutrition Society of Nigeria

The Lagos State Chairman of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, Dr. Oluwatosin Adu, has called on the federal and state governments, organisations and communities to provide nursing mothers with adequate information on exclusive breastfeeding. Adu, at the 2019 World Breastfeeding

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Proud Mom, KSB Reveals How She Deprived Herself To Ensure She Invests In Her Daughter

The role of a mother cannot be downplayed in a child’s life. Through social media postings, one can easily deduce the values a woman holds dear and the intent of her heart when it comes to good parenting. Nigerian gospel

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16-Year-Old Ugboaja Chizobam Is WAEC’s Best Candidate For 2019 | See Why

Sixteen- year-old Ugboaja Chizobam Stephany has emerged the youngest, best candidate ever recorded by the West African Examination Council (WAEC), TheCable reports. This is coming after the West African Examination Council (WAEC) released the results of candidates who participated in

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Breaking: WAEC Releases 2019 May/June Examination Results

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the 2019 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) result today. In a statement signed by the spokesperson of the board, Demianus Ojijeogu, and released on the council’s official Twitter page on

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5 Ways To Groom Your Average Child Into An A-list Student

Everyone knows about straight-A students. We see them on the TV, in the news and God knows how many times we saw them at our child’s school prize giving day. It doesn’t need to always be so far-fetched however, you

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NDLEA Addresses The Problem Of Drug Abuse Among Nigerian Students, Counsels Parents & Guardians On How To Curb Addiction

The problem of drug abuse has become prevalent among the Nigerian students and this is raising serious concerns. The Head of Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre for the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Felicia Ikechukwu, has advised parents and teachers

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8 Surprising Things That Increase Your Chances Of Having Twins

The idea of having twins is a fond thought for many Nigerian women because we just love children! Clearly, not everyone can have twins, however, certain facts may be an eye-opener for you, if you wish to increase your chances

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Spina Bifida: Risks And Prevention

Birth defects are a leading cause of death for infants during the first year of life. They are structural or functional abnormalities present at birth that cause physical or mental disability. In the case of Spina Bifida also called ‘Split

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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Risks, Causes & Prevention

It is a concern for parents of newborns that their baby might suddenly stop breathing during the night, and although the risks that that will happen with an apparently healthy infant is very minimal, yet you should still understand the

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Anovulation: Causes, Symptoms And Everything You Must Know About Getting Pregnant Despite It

Approximately every month an egg will mature within one of your ovaries, and be released in readiness for fertilization by sperm. This means pregnancy is potentially possible at that time. While ovulation is the monthly release of eggs from the

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Yvonne Nelson Stresses On The Need To Get Education Regardless Of Career Path: ‘I regret not paying attention to my books’

Star mom, Yvonne Nelson has some regrets about her years as a student, and it is about not being serious with her education. In an interview with Joy FM, the Ghanaian actress, filmmaker and model narrated how she had little

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“Success is not by accident” – Wife Of Lagos State Governor, Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, Charges Students To Academic Excellence

Dr. Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, Wife of Lagos State Governor, has advised Nigerian students to equip themselves with sufficient information and develop a sense of critical thinking to be able to stand out. Mrs Sanwo-Olu gave the advice at the 2019 Speech

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Pre-eclampsia Risk During Pregnancy Lowered With High-Fibre Diet- Study

There is scientific evidence backing the lowered risk of pre-eclampsia during pregnancy if pregnant mums can adhere to a healthy meal plan c0ntaining high fibre according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre, the

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WHO Issues Guidelines To Reduce Risk Of Dementia

The World Health Organisation has unveiled its recommendations on how to reduce the risk of dementia globally in a report released on Tuesday. In the report, WHO also warned against taking dietary supplements, such as vitamins B and E, in

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Ovulation Facts Every Woman Should Know

Many women will get curious or try to understand the term ‘ovulation’ only if they have difficulty getting pregnant. However, ovulation is such a vital part of a woman’s life that you should not wait until you are having difficulty

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