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Potential of using Amaranthus leaves to fortify instant noodles in the south african context: A review

This classic review is written by three (3) South African authors; N.D. Qumbisa, N. Ngobese and U. Kolanisi. Here is an excerpt from the...

International Arts: Fellowship Program To Sponsor Dance Research In Ghana

Dance does more than delight the eye with feats of grace and athleticism. It teaches, transmitting a culture’s values, stories and traditions. This spring, Visiting...

Household vegetable gardening potential for family nutrition and household welfare: a case of Kasese District in Uganda

This insightful study was conducted by Jostas Mwebembezi, Executive Director, Rwenzori Center for Research and Advocacy, Kasese, Uganda, Rebecca Gerny, Student of Global Studies,...

Treatment of Wasting in minors between 1-6years using formulations of Leucine-rice composite flour

Wasting is the significant loss of weight below expected level for a child for a given height. This study was conducted by Dr. Jeff...

African home remedies may hold promise in the cure of COVID-19

“Home remedies may hold promise in the prophylaxis and cure of COVID-19 infection”. This is the conclusion from a classic study of home remedies...

Moringa Oleifera leaf powder lowers Type-2 diabetes: an experimental proof

There have been several claims to the therapeutic effect of Moringa oleifera Lam. (Moringaceae) on diabetic wister rats in the past. In this study,...

Covid-19 lockdown led to significant weight gain among Algerians

A rapid study conducted by Farouk Boudou and colleagues shows that the Covid-19 lockdown led to significant weight gain among Algerians. The objective of the...

Towards the search for a Staphylococcus aureus vaccine: zinc metalloproteinase aureolysin trial

This insightful research was conducted by three Egyptian Microbiologists; Samar Solyman, Mohamed Reda and Amro Hanora of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty...

Evaluating Tunisia’s Covid-19 spread and control policies using mathematical and epidemiological simulations

Dr. Slimane Ben Miled and Dr. Amira Kebir of the University of Tunis El Manar while using mathematical and epidemiological models created a simulation...

Artificial non-nutritive sweeteners may reduce significantly acute high blood sugar levels in healthy people without compromising taste and enjoyability

There is a common belief among Africans that artificial sweeteners are generally unhealthy. This may be due to the fact that overconsumption of added...

Effects of Single Bout and Short Term Aerobic Exercise on C-Reactive Protein in Type-2 Diabetes Patients: A Pilot Study

This study on Type-2 Diabetes Patients was conducted by C. I. Ezema, M. C. Nweke and M. K. Ukwuoma of Department of Medical Rehabilitation,...

Assessment of Different Regimen of Oil Palm Leaf Extracts Against Crude Oil-Adulterated Feed Mediated Nephrotoxicity

This study was conducted by Patience Onakurhefe, Fidelis I. Achuba and Betty O. George of Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Delta State University,...

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