Keeping the baby healthy should start the moment he is born. Below are tests that ensure that your baby grows strong, healthy and you the parent have little or no cause to worry. Yes, look at that cute baby in that milk advert blowing her own trumpet from the billboards we see across Lagos, “Look…
‘Tis the time to retreat, reflect and rejuvenate
Tinsel is sparkling, fairy lights are twinkling, the tree is up and the Advent calendar is already a third of the way open. It is almost the most wonderful time of the year. Only this week the courageous ‘Silence Breakers’ were honoured as the Persons of the Year by Time magazine and Twitter announced the…
Dear Naija girls, calm your nerves
This week was the week that we finally received the great tidings that the rakish ginger prince of the sceptred isle that is the United Kingdom...
Various forms of violence against women
On November 25, 2017, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign...
HNWOTY 2017 holds December 10
HER Network will host outstanding women in diverse sectors to a glamorous evening of recognition and celebration at the inaugural Her Network Woman of The Year...
Women group raises concern over increasing gender violence
With increase in gender-based violence in the country, the Women Advocates Research and Documentation Center (WARDC) has kicked off 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence to fight this scourge.
Domestic violence: Like Nature's Gentle Touch, it’s time to speak up
I got an invitation to a walk against domestic violence recently. Being that I have always stood against this vice, I was very happy to find out that others were as irritated as myself by the evil of domestic violence.
Vegetable sources of protein
Proteins are essential building blocks of the body. The body uses it to build muscles and organs, deliver oxygen to cells all over the body, and keep the immune system working.
‘It’s intriguing to see how children with additional needs move from struggles to success’
Tola Makinde is the Founder, Mo-Rainbow Foundation in Lagos. The former banker whose foundation is charity based turned her pain into passion after having a child with Down syndrome.