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20 Jun
Children of school age have been called upon to shun teenage pregnancy to avoid dare consequences associated with it.
16 Jun
A study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden sheds new light on the question of whether the sex and previous pregnancy of blood donors affects survival in patients who receive red blood cell transfusions.
Seyi Shay | Know Africa
19 Apr
Seyi Shay has revealed that she'll be having a baby girl. The singer revealed the baby's gender at her baby shower, which was organised recently.  Sharing a video from her baby shower to her Instagram page, the Big Girl singer joyfully popped a pink ballon announcing that she was expecting a baby girl.    View this post…
13 Apr
Rihanna and her baby bump made it to the cover of Vogue magazine for the 2022 May issue. The Fenty CEO who hopes to redefine what society considers decent for pregnant women has been redefining the fashion trend with her baby bump. Speaking to Vogue she opened up on her daring pregnant styles. She said…
10 Apr
When we think maternity styles, we think comfort. It is not out of place to see a pregnant woman in a long flowing dress, loose pants and tops. The easier it is, the better right? With the deliberate focus on maternity styles and how to be chic with a belly, maternity style has reinvented itself…
8 Apr
Motherhood is the toughest and greatest experience on earth. Throughout the journey of pregnancy to the point of delivery, it is all about pain
9 Feb
Pregnancy comes with hormonal and physical changes to the human body, one of which is melasma (chloasma gravidarum). Caused by exposure to sunlight and also associated with pregnancy, melasma is a skin condition that affects women (sometimes men) between 20-50 years. Also known as the 'mask of pregnancy,' melasma are dark patches of skin that…
6 Feb
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), Nigeria accounts for over 34 percent of global maternal deaths. The lifetime risk of dying during pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum, or after an abortion for a Nigerian woman is 1 in 22, compared to 1 in 4900 in developed countries.
17 Jan
The Chief Medical Officer for Northern Ireland has issued a fresh call for pregnant women to get vaccinated. The warning comes as the spread of the Omicron variant continues to cause high case numbers in Northern Ireland. Professor Sir Michael McBride, who has served as the Chief Medical Officer for Northern Ireland since 2006, said…
Nasir El-Rufai
23 Dec 2021
The Lafiya Programme of United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) is supporting Kaduna State Government to incorporate Early Childhood Development
6 Dec 2021
The smell of raw shea butter might not be pleasing to perceive but its benefits are none compared. This nature’s butter is an ointment enriched with properties good for the skin, hair, and body. All of which undergo minor or major changes of concern during pregnancy.  Where does shea butter come from? The Karite tree…
5 May 2021
A Malian woman gave birth to nonuplets in Morocco on Tuesday and all nine babies are "doing well", her government said, although Moroccan authorities had yet to confirm what would be an extremely rare case. Mali's government flew 25-year-old Halima Cisse, a woman from the north of the poor West African state, to Morocco for…

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