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FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBSTANCE USE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS IN GWAGWALADA AREA COUNCIL, ABUJA, NIGERIA.

Ekop Eno E, Anochie Ifeoma C, Obembe Ayo, Airede Kareem I.

Vol. 28 | Issue 1, 2019 | pp 13-21 | views 19

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PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE IN FEMALES. A THREE YEAR REVIEW OF PATIENTS ON ADMISSION AT AN ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTRE IN NORTH CENTRAL NIGERIA.

1,2Duwap. Makput, 1,2Kingsley Okonoda, Yusufu Maigari, Christopher Piwuna, Dami Nantok, Francis Davou, Suwa Goar, Friday Tungchama

Vol. 26 | Issue 4, 2017 | pp 353-360 | views 52

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MEDICAL STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS REGARDING ANTIBIOTICS USE AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE IN EBONYI STATE, NIGERIA'

Ijeoma N Okedo-Alex, Ugochukwu C Madubueze, Chukwuma D Umeokonkwo, Ifeyinwa C Akamike

Vol. 28 | Issue 1, 2019 | pp 73-79 | views 13

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Bilateral Gluteal Abscesses And Myofibrosis Complicating Intramuscular Pentazocine Abuse:A Case Report

Onyemaechi NOC,Arunsi AE, Ojobo P, Obiefuna AG, Ugwu S, Olibe Alexander

Vol. 26 | Issue 2, 2017 | pp 181-184 | views 263

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Magnitude and leading causes of in-hospital mortality at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, Kano, northern Nigeria: A 4-year prospective analysis

Zubairu Iliyasu MBBS MPH FWACP, Isa Sadeeq Abubakar MBBS FWACP, Auwal Umar Gajida MBBS FWACP

Vol. 19 | Issue 4, 2010 | pp 400-406 | views 62

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HOW OPHTHALMOLOGISTS AND OPHTHALMOLOGISTS-IN-TRAINING IN NIGERIA USE THE SOCIAL MEDIA

Nathaniel G.I, Adio O

Vol. 25 | Issue 4, 2016 | pp 358-362 | views 65

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TOBACCO ABUSE AND ITS HEALTH EFFECT

Jacob Amos Dunga, Yakubu Adamu, Ibrahim Musa Kida, Datonya Alasiya,Yusuf Jibrin, Umar Sabo, Christian Ukoli, CH Chuhwak, Jafiada Jacob Musa

Vol. 24 | Issue 4, 2015 | pp 354-362 | views 62

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Digital Habits And Use Of The Internet As Source Of Sexual And Reproductive Health Information Among Undergraduates In Northern Nigeria

Iliyasu Z, Mohammed AY, Gajida AU, Jibo AM, Aliyu MH

Vol. 26 | Issue 2, 2017 | pp 138-145 | views 290

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COVERT CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE IN IBADAN, NIGERIA

Olutosin A. Awolude, Ayodele S. Olagunju

Vol. 28 | Issue 1, 2019 | pp 56-62 | views 15

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Family Planning Use; Prevalence, Pattern And Predictors Among Women In An Urban Slum In Enugu, Nigeria

Aniwada, Elias Chikee, Okpoko Chinwe Catherine, Uleanya Nwachinemere, Umeobieri Ancilla Kate, Okechi UchennaChukwuemeka

Vol. 26 | Issue 1, 2017 | pp 59-67 | views 272

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THE CAUSES AND PREVALENCE OF ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AMONGST COMMERCIAL LONG DISTANCE DRIVERS IN BENIN CITY, EDO STATE, NIGERIA.

Okafor KC , Azuike EC , Okojie Pw .

Vol. 26 | Issue 3, 2017 | pp 220-230 | views 64

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A SURVEY OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF CHRONIC DISEASES OF LIFESTYLE AMONG MEMBERS OF A UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY IN SOUTH AFRICA

Mukadas O. Akindele, Ushotanefe Useh

Vol. 27 | Issue 4, 2018 | pp 306-314 | views 4

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MANDIBULAR FRACTURES CAUSED BY SPORTS: A DESCRIPTIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF 72 PATIENTS MANAGED IN A TERTIARY HEALTH FACILITY.

Charles E. Anyanechi, Birch D. Saheeb

Vol. 26 | Issue 4, 2017 | pp 316-319 | views 77

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ANOMALOUS RENAL ARTERY IS POTENTIAL CAUSE OF RESISTANT HYPERTENSION IN A 53 YEAR OLD PATIENT: CASE REPORT.

Busari A.A and Bello B.T

Vol. 25 | Issue 2, 2016 | pp 192-196 | views 63

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CASE SERIES OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE: ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE

Okoronkwo N C; Ejike O.

Vol. 23 | Issue 4, 2014 | pp 325-329 | views 59

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TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL IN SECURITY CHALLENGED STATES OF NORTH-EAST NIGERIA. ARE THERE SIGNIFICANT IMPACT?

Gidado M, Obasanya J.O, Onazi J, Eneogu R, Chukwueme N, Joseph K, Useni S, Adejumo A. O.

Vol. 24 | Issue 2, 2015 | pp 155-161 | views 68

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RETROSPECTIONS ON ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES AS A SOCIAL BURDEN: THE ROLE OF PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION INITIATIVES IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY

BACKGROUND Road traffic injuries are a major cause of trauma related morbidity and mortality in our modern society.They have since been recognized as disease entities on their own, as well as a societal problem of serious public health concern. AIM The aim of this review article is to promote the understanding of road traffic injuries as both a social burden and a disease entity and to highlight suggested measures capable of curtailing the menace that these injuries pose to human population. METHOD A review of the literature on the subject of road traffic injuries as both a social problem and disease entity was done. Historical perspectives, epidemiological information, causative factors and preventive measures were extracted and presented. RESULT Human factors contribute to 95% of road traffic accident. Current deaths from road traffic injuries account for 2.2% of the global mortality affecting all age groups. Health education and enforcement of legislation are key measures in combating road traffic injuries. Keywords: Road traffic injuries,disease,social burden,health education,retrospections

Vol. 24 | Issue 2, 2015 | pp 169-174 | views 60

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MATERNAL MORTALITY AUDIT IN A TERTIARY HEALTH INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA: LESSONS FROM DIRECT CAUSES AND ITS DRIVERS

Bello F A, Adesina O A, Morhason-Bello I O, Adekunle A O

Vol. 24 | Issue 4, 2015 | pp 300_306 | views 82

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DETERMINANTS OF CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CARE AT FEDERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL ABAKALIKI, NIGERIA

Edmund Ndudi Ossai, Elizabeth Uzoamaka Nwonwu, Pearl Adaoha Agu

Vol. 27 | Issue 2, 2018 | pp 168-179 | views 63