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Nobody likes being ill. Hundreds hate the sting of a needle. The odor of drugs & hospitals even make more people sicker. What most people don’t know about medical diagnosis is that the doctor aggregate your symptoms to discover or reveal your diagnosis. Medical diagnosis is simply the identification of a disease from its symptoms […]

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CAVEAT: I AM NOT A MEDICAL DOCTOR AND DO NOT OFFER MEDICAL ADVICE. NEITHER IS THIS AN ATTEMPT TO UNDERMINE THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. THIS POST IS JUST AN ACCOUNT OF A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, THEREBY FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. READERS ARE ADVICED TO SEE DOCTORS FOR DUE CONSULTATIONS AND TREATMENT. THANKS. Health they say is wealth; […]

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You might have heard about the 10,000 hour rule. It’s the result of a research by Prof K Anders Ericsson who decided to discover what it takes to be an expert in any field of endeavor. What he did was to observe world best in certain fields, professional athletes, world class musicians, chess grand masters […]

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LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP by Biodun Owojaiye
September 9, 2013

LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP by Biodun Owojaiye. These days, academic excellence and achievement is the subject of much derision and venomous assault. From far and wide, across the cyber space, media outlets and in the midst of idle gist, there is a surfeit of individuals who are unrelenting in pushing academics to the background. Tertiary […]

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Title: What The Blind Girl Saw Author: O’Tosin Afolayan Imprint: Eclectic House Publishing (2011) Pages: 269 Reviewer: Fawibe Obafemi “beliefs are what makes the difference between a lifetime of joyous contribution and one of misery and devastation. It is what makes someone a hero and  another live in desperation.”          What The Blind Girl Saw […]