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Sexual hazards, life experiences and social circumstances among male sex workers in Nigeria
- Kehinde Okanlawon, A. Adebowale, A. Titilayo
- Medicine, Psychology
- Culture, health & sexuality
- 26 June 2013
The sexual health and rights needs of male sex workers in Nigeria remain poorly understood and served. Men who sell sex are at high risk of discrimination and violation because of laws criminalising… Expand
Survival probability and predictors for woman experience childhood death in Nigeria: “analysis of north–south differentials”
BackgroundChildhood mortality rate is high in Nigeria. There is dearth of information on the comparison of childhood mortality probability and its causal factors in the Northern and Southern Nigeria.… Expand
Wealth index, empowerment and modern contraceptive use among married women in Nigeria: are they interrelated?
BackgroundNigeria, a patriarchal society, is one of the more impoverished countries of the world and while its fertility and population growth rates are high, its modern contraceptive (MC) prevalence… Expand
Assessing full immunisation coverage using lot quality assurance sampling in urban and rural districts of southwest Nigeria.
- A. Fatiregun, A. Adebowale, Rita Ogechi Ayoka, A. Fagbamigbe
- Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical…
- 1 November 2013
BACKGROUND This study was conducted to identify administrative wards (lots) with unacceptable levels of full child immunisation coverage, and to identify factors associated with achievement of a… Expand
Current and predicted fertility using Poisson regression model: evidence from 2008 Nigerian Demographic Health Survey.
Nigeria with persistent high growth rate is among top ten most populous countries. Monitoring key mechanisms of population dynamics particularly fertility in Nigeria is long overdue. Periodical… Expand
Health risk of inhalation exposure to sub-10 µm particulate matter and gaseous pollutants in an urban-industrial area in South Africa: an ecological study
Objective To assess the health risks associated with exposure to particulate matter (PM10), sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), carbon monoxide (CO) and ozone (O3). Design The study is an… Expand
Spousal age difference and associated predictors of intimate partner violence in Nigeria
- A. Adebowale
- BMC Public Health
- 2 February 2018
BackgroundThe growth in Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) cases among couples in Nigeria has been significant in recent years. Victims, which are often females, face numerous health challenges,… Expand
Survival analysis of time to uptake of modern contraceptives among sexually active women of reproductive age in Nigeria
Objective To assess the timing of modern contraceptive uptake among married and never-married women in Nigeria. Design A retrospective cross-sectional study. Data and method We used nationally… Expand
Maternal Education and Diarrhea among Children aged 0-24 Months in Nigeria.
- A. Desmennu, M. Oluwasanu, Yetunde O John-Akinola, O. Oladunni, A. Adebowale
- African journal of reproductive health
- 1 September 2017
Childhood diarrhea remains a problem in countries like Nigeria where access to potable water, good hygiene and sanitation are lacking. Maternal education is an important determinant of health status… Expand
The effect of internal migration, individual and contextual characteristics on contraceptive use among Nigerian women
ABSTRACT We investigated the relation of internal migration to contraceptive use and adjusted for individual and contextual (community) characteristics. Multilevel logistic regression models were… Expand