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"I intend to populate Instagram with children's characters for Child Cancer Awareness Week. Give me a like and I'll assign you a character." #thedrugcode

THEDRUGCODE.COM coming soon! #thedrugcode #lagosnigeria

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At the 20th Annual conference of Association of industrial pharmacists of Nigeria with the President of the Pharmaceutical society of Nigeria. #ladypharmacist #ThedrugCode

Facts about sleep paralysis
1. Sleep paralysis is the isolated period of calm in which voluntary muscle movement is withdrawn yet eye and respiratory movements are intact.
2. In a sleep paralysis episode, one cannot speak.
3. The body, legs and even the head cannot be moved. However, one is able to breathe normally and is aware of what is happening around him.
4. The episode of sleep paralysis can last from a few seconds to even a lot of minutes.
5. Sleep paralysis usually begins to happen when one is in his teens. It happens more often between the ages of 20 to 30 and continue in later years.... 6. It can run in families. The biggest factor of sleep paralysis is lack of sleep, schedule change, and sleeping on the back.
7. Often, sleep paralysis is attributed to an evil beings, unseen demons in ancient times, and alien abductors.
8. When a person is already aware that he is experiencing a sleep paralysis episode, he can stop it by wiggling toes, clenching his fist, or coughing for help
9. Sleep paralysis occurs when the mind is partly awake but the body remains asleep.
10. This can be the most terrifying to experience, but has no serious medical risks. The only damage it can cause that may have an effect in the long run is Sleep deprivation
11. Sleep paralysis can happen in both stages of sleep- trying to sleep and waking up.... 12. During episodes of sleep paralysis, a person can feel a loud bang or explosion in his head (waves crashing against rocks) or horrifying whispers frightening words from other worldly beings wishing the person death). Some feel pressure or a choking sensation accompanied by choking sensation which rise into sexual molestation or assault
#thedrugcode Lagos #Nigeria  #doctors #hospital #medicine #medical#health #med #medschool #physiotherapist #physiotherapy #medstudent #healthcare #nurse #patient#medic #futuredoctor #healthyliving #pharmacist #scientist #medicalschool #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria

I intend to populate Instagram with children's characters for Child Cancer Awareness Week. Give me a like and I'll assign you a character!I got spongebob😁

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WHY BREAST IS BEST
#WomensHealth

After a mother delivers her child & the placenta, there is a steep fall in her hormone levels. This inherently causes her body to increase the synthesis of the hormone prolactin (which is the ‘pro’ lactation hormone). This stimulates the alveolar epithelial cells of the breast, activating milk production! Periodic infant suckling leads to further release of prolactin & oxytocin, which stimulate myoepithelial cell contraction & milk ejection (formally known as the ‘let-down reflex’). Early breast milk (milk that is produced in the first postpartum week) is known as colostrum. Colostrum contains protein, fat, secretory immunoglobulin A (IgA), & minerals. The high IgA levels in colostrum are essentially immune cells that will provide passive immunity for the infant & protect the baby against enteric bacteria! After about 1 week postpartum, ‘mature milk’ with protein, fat, lactose, & water is produced. It is interesting to note that the contents of breast milk evolves & changes along with the baby! This is part of the reason why the CDC & the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend breastfeeding. Other potential benefits of breastfeeding include a lower incidence of allergies, upper respiratory infections & GI infections in the baby and maternal weight loss! For more, click on the link in our bio & watch our YouTube episode on “The Truth about Breastfeeding.”
#MEDspiration #thedrugcode
Written by Student Doctor: @medspired ©06/05/2017 All Rights Reserved.
Photo found on: @milky_express
TAG A MOTHER / FUTURE MOTHER!

Today is World Albino Awareness day
Here are some key points about albinism. More detail and supporting information is in the main article.

There is no cure for albinism, but some symptoms can be treated

Albinism is a genetic disorder
Primarily, albinism affects the hair, eyes, skin, and vision

The most common cause of albinism is an interruption in the functioning of the enzyme tyrosinase

Albinism does not get worse with age, and a child with albinism is able to flourish and achieve the same education and employment as a person without the condition.

A study carried out in Nigeria reported that albinos: "Experienced alienation, avoided social interactions and were less emotionally stable. Furthermore, affected individuals were less likely to complete schooling, find employment and find partners." Worse still, in some sub-Saharan countries such as Tanzania, Nigeria and Burundi, the body parts of individuals with albinism are sought after by witch doctors because they are believed to bring more wealth when used for money rituals.
Some African countries, Tanzania and Zimbabwe particularly, it is believed that having sex with a woman with albinism cures AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). This false belief has led to murder, rape, and additional AIDS infections. #thedrugcode
#doctor #condoms #hospital #medicine #medical #health #med #medschool #medstudent #healthcare #nurses #nurse #patient #medic #healthyliving #pharmacist #medquestions #scientist #medicalschool #treatment #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria #thedrugcode

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Don't say we did tell you! Take some time off this long weekend to read a few of our posts that will really help you! They are very self -explanatory; if you have any questions, comment under here or under the post for easier communication. Be sure to Visit www.thedrugcode.wordpress.com / follow @thedrugcode
#Lagos #Nigeria #thedrugcode  #doctors #hospital #medicine #medical#health #med #medschool #physiotherapist #physiotherapy #medstudent #healthcare #nurse #patient#medic #futuredoctor #healthyliving #pharmacist #scientist #medicalschool #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria #findphysio

Don't say we didn't tell you! Take some time off this long weekend to read a few of our posts that will really help you! They are very self -explanatory; if you have any questions, comment under here or under the post for easier communication Visit www.thedrugcode.wordpress.com / direct link in bio #Lagos #Nigeria #Victoriaisland #Lekki #thedrugcode  #doctors #hospital #medicine #medical#health #med #medschool #physiotherapist #physiotherapy #medstudent #healthcare #nurse #patient#medic #futuredoctor #healthyliving #pharmacist #scientist #medicalschool #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria #findphysio
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Facts about sleep paralysis
1. Sleep paralysis is the isolated period of calm in which voluntary muscle movement is withdrawn yet eye and respiratory movements are intact.
2. In a sleep paralysis episode, one cannot speak.
3. The body, legs and even the head cannot be moved. However, one is able to breathe normally and is aware of what is happening around him.
4. The episode of sleep paralysis can last from a few seconds to even a lot of minutes.
5. Sleep paralysis usually begins to happen when one is in his teens. It happens more often between the ages of 20 to 30 and continue in later years.... 6. It can run in families. The biggest factor of sleep paralysis is lack of sleep, schedule change, and sleeping on the back.
7. Often, sleep paralysis is attributed to an evil beings, unseen demons in ancient times, and alien abductors.
8. When a person is already aware that he is experiencing a sleep paralysis episode, he can stop it by wiggling toes, clenching his fist, or coughing for help
9. Sleep paralysis occurs when the mind is partly awake but the body remains asleep.
10. This can be the most terrifying to experience, but has no serious medical risks. The only damage it can cause that may have an effect in the long run is Sleep deprivation
11. Sleep paralysis can happen in both stages of sleep- trying to sleep and waking up.... 12. During episodes of sleep paralysis, a person can feel a loud bang or explosion in his head (waves crashing against rocks) or horrifying whispers frightening words from other worldly beings wishing the person death). Some feel pressure or a choking sensation accompanied by choking sensation which rise into sexual molestation or assault
#thedrugcode Lagos #Nigeria  #doctors #hospital #medicine #medical#health #med #medschool #physiotherapist #physiotherapy #medstudent #healthcare #nurse #patient#medic #futuredoctor #healthyliving #pharmacist #scientist #medicalschool #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria

For the second time, Olympian Alysia Montaño brought her pregnant belly with her to the U.S.A. Track & Field Outdoor Championships. Only this time, she's baring it all.
On Thursday, she participated in the USATF Outdoor Championships while being five months pregnant with a due date of November. In 2014, Montaño was eight months pregnant and wore a pink shirt overtop of her 8-month-old pregnant stomach. #Fitmom #newmom #thedrugcode #momandme thedrugcode Lagos #Nigeria  #doctors #hospital #medicine #medical#health #med #medschool #physiotherapist #physiotherapy #medstudent #healthcare #nurse #patient#medic #futuredoctor #healthyliving #pharmacist #scientist #medicalschool #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria

Sleep troubles anyone! Here are some tips that can help! #Dontforgetwhereyousawit #thedrugcode

Tuesday motivation! You are unique! You are enough (Ps - This is the Drug Code theme song thought I should share) #TheDrugCode

Meet Johanna Quaas (née Johanna Geißler; born November 20, 1925 in Hohenmölsen) Germangymnast. As of 2016 she is the oldest gymnast in the world aged 91. Quaas is a regular competitor in the amateur competition Landes-Seniorenspiele, staged in Saxony, Germany. #thedrugcode #Lagos #Nigeria  #doctors #hospital #medicine #medical#health #med #medschool #physiotherapist #physiotherapy #medstudent #healthcare #nurse #patient#medic #futuredoctor #healthyliving #pharmacist #scientist #medicalschool #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria #findphysio

PharmD...... #thedrugcode

Today is World Albino Awareness day
Here are some key points about albinism. More detail and supporting information is in the main article.

There is no cure for albinism, but some symptoms can be treated

Albinism is a genetic disorder
Primarily, albinism affects the hair, eyes, skin, and vision

The most common cause of albinism is an interruption in the functioning of the enzyme tyrosinase

Albinism does not get worse with age, and a child with albinism is able to flourish and achieve the same education and employment as a person without the condition.

A study carried out in Nigeria reported that albinos: "Experienced alienation, avoided social interactions and were less emotionally stable. Furthermore, affected individuals were less likely to complete schooling, find employment and find partners." Worse still, in some sub-Saharan countries such as Tanzania, Nigeria and Burundi, the body parts of individuals with albinism are sought after by witch doctors because they are believed to bring more wealth when used for money rituals.
Some African countries, Tanzania and Zimbabwe particularly, it is believed that having sex with a woman with albinism cures AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). This false belief has led to murder, rape, and additional AIDS infections. #thedrugcode
#doctor #condoms #hospital #medicine #medical #health #med #medschool #medstudent #healthcare #nurses #nurse #patient #medic #healthyliving #pharmacist #medquestions #scientist #medicalschool #treatment #university #news #healthy #medicos #Nigeriandoctor #Nigeria #thedrugcode

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