Jonathan MUSA Dangana

Jonathan MUSA Dangana
Babcock University · Department of Public Health

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Passive smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals, including hundreds that are toxic and about 70 that can cause cancer. This is because the smoke that burns off the end of a cigar or cigarette contains more harmful substances (tar, carbon monoxide, nicotine, among others) than the smoke inhaled by the smoker. The study investigated the determinants...
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This report is a product of the AHAIC 2021 Commission. It answers three research questions: 1. What is the progress made by African countries with regards to UHC? 2. What are the challenges and opportunities that African countries face on the journey towards UHC? 3. What are the key recommendations for transformative change that African countries...
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The Brain Awareness Week is an annual program that is supported by the Dana Foundation to promote brain and mental health globally, and to create awareness. Stakeholders in the field of Neuroscience and mental health including researchers, clinicians, educators, science communicators, policy advocates and journalists are encouraged to share informa...
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Fathers' support towards exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) is fast gaining recognition as a critical ingredient for successful EBF. This study examined the effect of a breastfeeding programme on fathers' intention to support EBF in Ikenne, LGA, Ogun State, Nigeria. This study adopted a pretest-posttest quasi-experimental design. A total of 50 expectant...
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It is known that attitudes of physicians and motivation by community nurses influence uptake of cervical cancer screening methods by women. A cross-sectional study was conducted using a self-administered questionnaire to assess the knowledge of cervical cancer, its risk factors, beliefs about treatment and practice of screening methods among 100 pr...
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In Nigeria, the increase use of alcohol and drug among Nigerian, old and young, male and female became apparent as there was an urgent need to address the issue of alcohol and drug use based on sexual orientation. The study adopted a descriptive research design of survey type, this make the researcher to have an objective and unbiased description o...
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Peanut ( Arachis hypogaea L. ) oil from seeds of six varieties; boro red, boro light, mokwa, ela, campala and guta as well as oil from three geographical zones in Nigeria; northern, eastern and western were investigated. Gas chromatography analysis showed high concentrations of oleic and linoleic acids in the oil samples. Capric (0.0%) and Lauric (...

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To investigate Health Needs of The Elderly or Aged in Internally Displaced Camps