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Acceptability, feasibility and affordability of infant feeding options for HIV-infected women: a qualitative study in south-west Nigeria.
The objective of this study was to explore the acceptability, feasibility, affordability, safety and sustainability of replacement feeding options for HIV-infected mothers in Ile-Ife, in south-westExpand
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The Influence of Socioeconomic and Nutritional Status on Menarche in Nigerian School Girls
A study of 352 randomly selected secondary school girls in an urban population in Southern Western Nigeria revealed a mean menarcheal age of 13.94 ± 1.31 years and that 76.8% of girls attainedExpand
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Mobilizing Nigerian Women for National Development: The Role of the Female Elites
At the heart of the acceptance of the "women question" into development policies is the general awareness created on the condition of women as a result of the International Women's Year (1975) andExpand
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Feeding and care of low-birthweight babies in two rural communities in south-western Nigeria.
The aim of this cross-sectional study was to highlight the sociocultural beliefs and practices relating to the care and feeding of low-birthweight (LBW) babies in two rural communities in theExpand
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Contraceptive practice, unwanted pregnancies and induced abortion in Southwest Nigeria
Despite widespread awareness of and access to modern contraception, high rates of unwanted pregnancies and abortions still persist in many parts of the world, even where abortion is legallyExpand
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Women and Health in Nigeria
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Nigerian Women in Social Change
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Gender Differentials in Subjective Well-Being Among Religious Elderly Yoruba People in Southwest Nigeria
This paper examined gender variations in subjective well-being among religious elderly populations in Yoruba community in Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. Data were generated through purposive samplingExpand
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