August 2011 archive

Steve Jobs: A Titan “Retires”

The news that Steve Jobs is resigning as the CEO of Apple marks the end of a glorious  career of a titan. Seeing the passion (bothering on obsession) of Apple products enthusiasts, I am amazed at the transformation he brought to a corporation that was teetering on oblivion 14 years ago. Now, Apple is the …

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Insecticide treated nets increasing risks?

Really really bad news! 🙁 Mosquitoes can rapidly develop resistance to bed nets treated with insecticide, a study from Senegal says. In recent years the nets have become a leading method of preventing malaria, especially in Africa. In the Lancet Infectious Diseases, the researchers also suggest the nets reduced the immunity of older children and …

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Hand Washing

Hand washing: An easy way to prevent infection Hand washing is a simple habit, something most people do without thinking. Yet hand washing, when done properly, is one of the best ways to avoid colds, flu, poisoning, and diarrhea. This simple habit requires only soap and clean water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer — a …

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Silverbird Entertainment (Nigeria) MBGN National Screening (VIDEO)

Clip produced by Silverbird Television of girls wanting to wear the crown of Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 2011. Simply hilarious!

Boost your productivity!

Health and productivity are intimately linked concepts. I wish more people realise this basic fact: You can’t be more productive than you are healthy. That may sound very cliché to you. But my experience has shown that many live as if this statement were not true. They simply ignore their health status and take it …

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The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1999)

Download the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1999) here: [important]Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1999)[/important] Follow Dr Adebayo on Twitter  

Nigerian oil pollution may need world’s biggest clean-up: UN

Hmm… Decades of oil pollution in Nigeria’s Ogoniland region may require the world’s biggest ever clean-up, the UN environmental agency said Thursday as it released a landmark report on the issue. The UN Environment Programme also called for the oil industry and the Nigerian government to contribute $1 billion to a clean-up fund for the …

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