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PERCEIVE CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF DRUG ABUSE AMONG UNDERGRADUATE IN TERTIARY INSTITUTION  TABLE OF CONTENTS         Pages Title pagei Certification Pageii Dedicationiii Acknowledgementiv Table of Contentsvi List of Tableix Abstractx CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Background of the Study1 Statement of the Problem6 Research Questions7 Research... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are responsible for a variety of health problems especially among the youth who engage in risky sexual behaviour. The aim of the study was to assess the knowledge of predisposing factors to sexually transmitted infections among secondary school students in Awka, Anambra state. The study was a school... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Life in the university involves both academic and social learning for students who are from different social, economic and ethnical backgrounds hence a change of environment which can impact on personality, attitudes and behavior of the students. This may be extended to the feeding habits and eventually to nutritional status of the... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT The adoption and promotion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), including Electronic Health Records (EHR) system, in healthcare delivery is growing rapidly in most developing countries including Nigeria. The aim of this study is to evaluates the attitude, perception and barrier of implemented EHR at Lagos state university... Continue Reading


Abstract: Breakfast is the most important food in the morning, but often missed and skipped by students. The major objectiveof this study was to analyze the knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) of the breakfast habits on undergraduate students with special reference to Babcock University. Similarly, the study was to find out the breakfast food... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Background Infertility is a major medical condition that affects many married couples in Delta State and as such associated with several social meanings. This study therefore explored community's perception of childbearing and childlessness in Delta State. Methods The study was exploratory and qualitative using in-depth and key informant... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT The World Health Organization (WHO) has defined infertility as a failure to conceive over 12 months of exposure which is a good practical guide to management, and leaves a longer term residual incidence of infertility of 10–15%. Epidemiological data suggest that approximately 80 million people worldwide are infertile. WHO indicates the... Continue Reading


  ABSTRACT The research work is on assessment of level of safety practices in indigenous oil exploration and production companies in Nigeria. The issue of safety practice is pertinent in a volatile environment like oil exploration and production that is surrounded with myriad of hazards. The study in its efforts outlines measures   for effective... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Homelessness among youth in the UK is increasingly disturbing, with an estimated annual increase of 10% of the homeless people. It was revealed that homeless people are more likely to die young, with an average age of death of 47 years. The young adult suffering from it remains the worse hit. Homelessness increases the risk of having... Continue Reading


This study assessed the prevalence of urinary schistosomiasis and water contact activities as associated risk factor in Wowyen community. A total of 620 subjects comprising of 300 male and 320 female subjects were analyzed. The prevalence was achieved by standard urine filtration technique. One way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and paired t-test... Continue Reading


Abstract  Food vendors are important in every socio-economic sector in developing countries, providing ready-to-eat food to the populace and in the process, they transmit pathogenic organisms to the food being sold. However, a very important but neglected source of these pathogenic bacteria is the phone handled by the food vendors. This study is... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT The prevalence of neonatal jaundice among newborn babies in Eku Baptist Community Hospital in Delta State was studied between January 2007 and May 2013. A total of 2,509 neonatal case folders were reviewed to determine the prevalence, pattern of occurrence, and associated risk factors of neonatal jaundice among the newborn babies aged... Continue Reading


Aim: The study was aimed at assessing the knowledge, attitude and use of non-prescription drug among pregnant women in Okwe General Hospital Asaba in Delta State. Study Design: The study was a descriptive cross sectional survey. Place and Duration of Study: Okwe General Hospital Asaba in Delta State, Nigeria. The study was conducted between June... Continue Reading


Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) is defined as a group of neurodevelopment disorders that are usually diagnosed in early childhood. A cross-sectional study was conducted among 192 women of reproductive age selected from three communities of Ukwuani Local Government Area. A semistructured questionnaire was administered to obtain information from... Continue Reading


Background: Vasectomy is a simple effective and safe surgical procedure for permanent male fertility control. However, high acceptance rates of vasectomy have been reported in developed countries, while low acceptance rates have been reported in developing countries like Nigeria.  Objective: This study was designed to investigate the knowledge... Continue Reading


Cross- sectional study on knowledge and practice of instrument sterilization amongst barbers around Fresco campus of Ebonyi state University Abakaliki, ABSTRACT Barber’s shop is a source of infections agents both blood borne and other infestation and the sure way to prevent this is through instrument sterilization after each customer. The aim of... Continue Reading


A Systemic Review of Incidence of Cancer and Challenges to its Treatment  in Nigeria Njaka SRN* Ebonyi State University, Nursing Science, Presco Campus Abaki Ebonyi State, Abakaliki, Nigeria Abstract This study systematically reviewed the incidence of cancer and the challenges to its treatment in Nigeria.  Critical and in depth review of the... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Pregnancy outcome is a strong indicator of maternal vulnerability. ICPD (1994) stated that every  childbirth and delivery should be healthy. The study examined the determinants of pregnancy  outcome among rural women in Nigeria. Pregnancy outcomes considered include live birth (low  weight babies) and terminated pregnancy... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT This study was carried out to assess the factors affecting the utilization of family planning services by married women in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State. Three specific objectives, three research questions and two null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Descriptive survey design was adopted .Simple random sampling... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Birth spacing is one of the major aspects of reproductive health which contributes to the increase or decrease of mortality related to women and children. Existing researches on birth spacing have revealed that short birth interval has implications on mothers and their children. However, adequate attention has not been given to men’s... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT The study was designed to determine the health implications of substance abuse among the on-campus male students of the University of Calabar, Cross River State Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey design which comprises 320 on-campus male students of the University of Calabar. Simple random sampling technique was used to... Continue Reading


Abstract Poor market sanitation is a serious problem that has contributed to the spread of infectious diseases and environmental degradation in Nigeria. The study evaluated the level of awareness and practice of solid waste management and problem of waste disposal and management in Effurun market, a leading food stuff market in Uvwie LGA of Delta... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Malaria  is  entirely  preventable  and  treatable  vector-borne  disease  which  account  for  an estimated 219 million cases globally, killing about 660,000 people, mostly children under five years of  age. The synergistic effects of nutrition in malaria infection were observed in mice fed with different nutrients (protein,... Continue Reading


ABSTRACT Contraception play an important role in the life of men and women and is viewed in the wider work context of sexual and reproductive health. Family planning is the arrangement, spacing and limited wishes and socio - circumstance of the parents. But due to their culture, people of Oloku do not always agree to family planning method. The... Continue Reading


                     ABSTRACT Malaria  is  entirely  preventable  and  treatable  vector-borne  disease  which  account  for  an estimated 219 million cases globally, killing about 660,000 people, mostly children under five years of  age. The synergistic effects of nutrition in malaria infection were observed in mice fed... Continue Reading
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