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Get married or have a broken heart

Get married, they say, but marriage isn’t for everyone – Part 2 

“Get married,” they say. But is it for everyone? What if your apathy towards marriage is borne out of reasons you will regret later? d_blaze “Your biological clock…

Smartest Animals In The Animal Kingdom

Intelligence has always been a trait that distinguishes man from other animals. However, animals should not be mistaken to be just dumb beats. From the sky to the…

Meet Ige Oluwaseyi of the Magna Medicos Class

Hello Medivoice Readers, welcome to another episode of the Personality of the Week. We have the honour of interviewing Seyi of the Magna class today. Medivoice: Hi, Can…

Breadcrumbs of affection (a poem)

A poem about Breadcrumbs of Affection, by Ravanjie You keep tossing  little breadcrumbs  Of affection my way. You leave a tiny trail of tiny I press each piece…

The Origami Beneath The Obeche

Obeche tree at Ita-ota Since childhood, I had always taken solace beneath the Obeche tree at Ita-ota. The coolness and the shade against the scorch of the sun…

Steve Jegede

A MediVoice Special: Writer’s Interview with Steve Jegede

Hello Medivoicers. It’s another edition of the Writer’s interview and we’re spicing things up. This time around, we have Steve Jegede, a writer from Nigeria’s Premier University located…

The Heck is Soyinka’s Aké? A Book Review

Aké: the years of childhood Aké is the second of the five memoirs written by Wole Soyinka, the first of few individuals from Africa to win the Nobel…

DOUBLE-BOWLED HAVOC: LOOKING AT CHOLERA IN PERSPECTIVE

Introduction In continuation of the effervescent joys of sickness and its effect on the world, we go to a pandemic that has a surprisingly high kill and a…

Nutraceuticals

Nutraceuticals: Food as Medicine

The term nutraceuticals was coined in the late 1980s by Stephen DeFelice. It is a combination of two words “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical”. Nutraceuticals are food or food product…