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The dreaded ‘C’ word…CANCER

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Every February 4, individuals around the world recognize World Cancer Day.  Through conversations about awareness, prevention and treatment, the global population unites to raise the profile of the disease that affects tens of millions of people worldwide.  Cancer is a catch-all term for a large group of diseases characterized by the

11 Books To Help You Navigate Workplace Challenges

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It’s Your Ship: Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy

By Michael Abrashoff

Healthy Goals

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Ramat Lawal-Unuigbe

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The start of the New Yearis often a time of reflection and great optimism; reflection on the past year and what we hoped to achieve, and optimism for the new possibilities the year holds.  Perhaps you have already committed to a New Year resolution, which is a good starting point, but resolutions tend to be all or nothing, black or white.

30 Days Around The World January 2017

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ZAK Salaam India Expo 2017

Social Media in Nigeria

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Public broadcasting should have been an effective tool to democratisethe media and bridge the gap between the government and its citizens, however bureaucracy, corruption and dwindling funding have crippled the effectivenessof public broadcasters.

30 Days Around The World December 2016

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Carnival Calabar Festival

Where: Cross River State, Nigeria

When: December  1 - 31, 2016

Where Great Food Calls Home

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Nky Iweka

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Two things bring Nigerians together: food and football.  Despite our differences, we share a love for common dishes and for the ‘beautiful game’.

Evolution Of The Nigerian Media (PART 1)

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Mass media is fundamental to the development and progress of society. The history of the Nigerian media can be classified into four eras.

THRIVE! In Pursuit of Wellness

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Ramat Lawal-Unuigbe

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Health discussions often centre on a disease state. As a matter of fact, most people when asked about their health status often refer to their physical health.  Physical health relates to anything concerning our bodies as physical entities, but the state of our health is more encompassing, involving more than the physical.

The Y Generation And National Identity

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The hybridisation of the Nigerian millennial can be directly traced to larger issues including emigration of previous generations post colonialism, globalisation, proliferation of technology and such like.

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