APPRECIATING THE LITTLE THINGS.

The number of college and university dropout has been rising since the establishment of educational institutions. Everyone has their own reason for dropping out of college or university. Some drop out due to financial challenges which is understandable; some due to entrepreneurship success which is good to some point; some dropout for family reasons and some dropout because they just can’t keep up or because they don’t think the need the certificate, experience or connection people make in these institutions – well, let me give you few reasons why some people can’t dropout even if they wanted to.

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”I’m fine” – Mental health in Nigeria| part 1

I think it’s high time we start a conversation around mental health in Nigeria. Presently, the cases of suicide, anxiety and depression are increasing rapidly, particularly among young adults. To narrow things down, the rate of depression and anxiety among students is rising every year, and nothing is being done in Nigeria. The Nigerian government and educational institutions are just sitting on their hands and ignoring the fact that students, unemployed individuals, families and everyone one else are fighting mental health issues, like depression and anxiety.

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A DAY WITH PROSTHETIC LEG EXTENSION

Prosthetic leg extension

For the past two decades, I’ve been using crutches to carry out my daily activities, owning a prosthetic leg extension has never cross my mind, till couple of years back when I discover the opportunity. For years, I’ve being looking for ways to make my mobility easier and more sustainable with little to no physical or emotional side effect and have found so many effective and sustainable ways to use crutches with little to no side effect – if you happen to see me in person, you’ll know I got things figured out in the crutches department.

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RAMADAN TIPS FOR SICKLE-CELL SUFFERERS

It is hard for some individuals to self-manage their sickle cell disease in other months of the year but it’s more challenging in the month of Ramadan for Muslims. The first advice doctors gave to people suffering from the sickle-cell disease is that you need to stay hydrated, worm and consuming a lot of fluid (drinks). Well, all these things are easy if you’re not fasting, except the staying worm part which is redundant throughout summer. For those that live in sub-Saharan Africa or the United Arab Emirate, staying hydrated is a most even for those without sickle-cell disease because of the hot temperature in these regions during summer.

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