A session with my young friends…
This is actually a “question and answer” session that I held with some young friends sometime back. I hope you find the issues discussed interesting.
Marketing in the twenty tens
For over a decade, my dad was the VP of Marketing at Renault Turkey. While car launches and car showroom openings did not mean much to me...
How insecurity diminishes your self-esteem
“Most of your fears do not exist; they are mere spectre that come to mess you up” A lot of women judge their strength, beauty and success by comparing themselves...
‘We need accurate data to tackle challenges posed by cancer’
The Wife of Kebbi State Governor, Dr. Zainab Bagudu, is the founder of Medicaid Cancer Awareness Foundation, a platform dedicated to the eradication of cancer in Nigeria.
The power of a celebrity to make or break a product has never been stronger than in today’s world when our stars are far more accessible than ever, with their lives, their choices...
Foods that boost women’s health
To stay in good health, it is important that women eat certain foods that are especially good for issues that affect them such as brittle bones (osteoporosis), pregnancy...
Ways to avoid heart disease
A bad diet and too little exercise can hurt your heart. But there are lots of other sneaky sources of heart disease that you may not be aware of. Here are some you need to know about, and heart-smart steps to help you keep healthy.
Have you heard?
The research also claims that of all the U.S. Presidents since 1787, no fewer than 52 per cent were middle children.The list of presidential middles, according to the research, includes political giants such as Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy.
Teething signs parents should not ignore
According to a paediatrician at Healing Strips, Lagos, Dr. Osueni Gold, teething is a normal physiologic self-limiting process in humans and usually starts from about the fourth month of infancy. It is not an illness and as such, does not require specific “anti-teething” treatment.