Son of Former Nigerian Minister Ali Monguno Pictured Drinking Camel Urine, Says “it’s Good for Heart and Liver Problems”

One Ahmed Umar Bolori shared a photo of Kanuri-British Rahma Monguno drinking camel urine in Borno.  Rahma is the son of late former Nigerian minister and influential Borno politician, Shettima Ali Monguno, who died in 2016.  Warning! Obese Persons Have Higher Risk Of COVID-19 Complication – Expert According to Bolori, Monguno encourages people to drink…

Warning! Obese Persons Have Higher Risk Of COVID-19 Complication – Expert

By  Samuel He explained that the biology of obesity includes impaired immunity, chronic inflammation and blood that’s prone to clot, all of which can worsen COVID-19.  The President of the Association of Resident Doctors in University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (ARD-UITH), Dr Badmus Habeeb, has warned that fat persons who contract COVID-19 have higher risks…

Fake COVID-19 Vaccine in Nigeria – NAFDAC Warns

By Fikayo Olowolagba The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Friday revealed that it had received reports of the importation of fake COVID-19 vaccine into Nigeria. Previous Coronavirus Infection Gives People More Protection against Reinfection than the Oxford Vaccine – New Study Claims  NAFDAC Director General, Prof Mojisola Adeyeye, said…

Top 8 Foods to Feed your Child So that They Grow Taller and Stronger 

Parents, we understand your concern when it comes to feeding your children the right food – especially if they’re picky eaters, and you’re worried about their growth. Here are some fun tips so that even the pickiest of eaters will just love these foods. Nigerian Man Marries Twins Because ‘They Can’t Live without Each Other’…

COVID-19: Schools Can Resume, Vice Chancellors Counter ASUU

By Thandiubani Vice-Chancellors in charge of some federal and state universities have called for the reopening of schools for academic activities.  A recent call by the Academic Union of Universities that the condition is not good for lecturers to return to classrooms has been faulted by Vice-Chancellors of some federal and state universities in Nigeria….

Covid-19 May Cause Brain Damage and Possibly Strokes – New Study Claims 

Researchers have found that the covid-19 infection might cause an inflammatory response in the brain, leading to ‘stroke-like’ damage to certain areas, as a result of your body battling the virus, a new study claims. Top 6 Causes Of Kidney Disease Researchers from the National Institutes of Health used an MRI scanner and found damage…

The Current Classroom and Hostel in Universities Do Not Conform with the COVID19 Protocols – ASUU Expresses Concern over Jan. 18 Resumption Date

Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities are expressing their reservations over the January 18 resumption date for academic activities in all universities across the country. Vacancy for Authors and Aggregators on ginnyent.net Tertiary institutions nationwide were closed for over 9 months in 2020 partly because of the protracted strike action of the union…

Here’s Why You Have Morning Headaches Repeatedly 

Have you ever wondered why you wake up with headaches, even when you’re not sick?  Here are 3 causes of frequent morning headaches  Starting your day on a good note gives you the right energy to get through your day, but a morning headache can ruin your whole plan. Get Rid of that Facial Dark…

Squeezing Out Your Boils is not Safe, Here’s Why 

By Olamide Ayeni Here’s why you shouldn’t squeeze out your boils [Verywell Mind] Verywell Heallth Boils are caused by an inflammation of a hair follicle or sweat that causes a lot of discomfort to the affected area and person. A boil usually appears as a hard lump under the skin. It then develops into a…