Life Happens…

Happy new month wonderful people, so so grateful to be alive and well. A big thank you to the guest writers that contributed to the “I Promised…” series, sure we enjoyed it; because I did. 😀 Today I want to share an experience that broke my heart! </3 On Thursday, I decided to join oncology […]

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Guinness Book of Record.

Hello, everyone hope we are enjoying the break, Eid Mubarak to my Muslim readers. My awesometastic readers, I have hot gist for you, and as I promised earlier here, I have the full, complete, undiluted version of this gist now. Do you like my pishure? Uncle Zubair that snap it with his strong camera, it […]

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Halo Foundation.

Hello everyone, hope we are doing well? I have news from Halo Foundation for med students in Unilag. The Halo Foundation is a student-based organization of the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, formally registered on the 25th of July, 2012. The purposes of the Foundation are to provide an opportunity for students of the […]

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Protest Sunday.

Hello everyone, hope we’re all doing well and we’re hopeful that the fuel scarcity will end…I’m not sure hopeful is the right word though. I just want to rant today. I woke up to discover armed robbers attacked for the fifth time in my school! I escaped the first one in a miraculous way, thank […]

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Confession of Ms. Beauty.

My name is Omoshalewa Mokola aka Beauty. I am a 25-year-old businesswoman and I sell cosmetics and body cream at Yaba, Lagos state. Business is very lucrative and I am thankful to Iya Rita for putting me through this business. The advent of ‘toning cream’ made business experience a boom, Iya Rita taught me all […]

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BLOG FOR MENTAL HEALTH.

Hello everyone, happy new month to you. I was reading online before I stumbled on blogformentalhealth.com and it reminded me of my visit to Pakoto in Ogun State, Nigeria during my Psychiatry posting. Aside the fact that psychiatry posting was interesting and very different from other medical specialty depicts the level of tenderness and care […]

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MY ELECTIVES EXPERIENCE.

Four weeks gone by just like that. I remember sharing that I went to submit my medical electives application letter at Lagoon Hospital, Apapa. An elective is a program done usually between the interface of 500Level and 600Level where you could go to any hospital within and outside the country to learn and observe their […]

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Ebolanoia

Hello everyone, hope we’ve all been healthy. I thought to share again on Ebola virus because of the fear a lot of people have but a fellow blogger did just that with humor in it. Don’t spread fear and also confirm anything you hear before sharing. Enjoy #Anticipate #BroSholaSeries#September

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SPREAD THE WORD NOT THE VIRUS: EBOLA VIRUS.

Hello everyone, hope we all had a good week. I am excited to share with you today because this is my first health post here. With my deep interest in Public Health, I would love to share with you, very vital information about this virus bringing people down in their hundreds, in the simplest way […]

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Empathy Not Sympathy!

Here I am in the ever busy Accident & Emergency clinic for my night call with my coursemates led by a senior registrar,we’ve been asked to clerk this old man that had just had an accident,he is conscious and alert,well oriented in person,place and time but unable to raise his lower limbs. Clerking went pretty […]

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