Lifestyle – The Abuja Times Newspaper

Lifestyle – The Abuja Times Newspaper

LIFESTYLE

People with HIV more likely to develop Diabetes – Study

New research shows that  people that are living with HIV may be more prone to developing diabetes. The new research suggests that people infected with...

Secondhand smoke at childhood may boost miscarriage risk

Nonsmoking women who were exposed to secondhand smoke as children may have an increased risk of a miscarriage, a Chinese study suggests. Although they had...

Golden Globes 2017: La La Land sweeps awards as Moonlight wins...

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone win acting honours and Damien Chazelle earns best director, but Meryl Streep steals show with searing critique of Donald...

FASHION

Pink Fleur Pop up at 41 Luxe Abuja Today

Pink fleur is a contemporary ready to wear fashion life debuting a feminine floral capsule collection exclusive to 41 luxe abuja. Visit 41 Luxe today...

Lagos Fashion and Design Week (LFDW) 2016 by Heineken

Lagos Fashion and Design Week (LFDW) is a multi-day event platform that aims to drive the Nigerian and ultimately, the African fashion industry; by...

EVENTS

THE SM JURY TO HOLD AT THE U.S EMBASSY

THE SM JURY TO HOLD AT THE U.S EMBASSY-REGISTER NOW  6TH FEBRUARY 2017 The Panelists to speak at the fourth of the SM Jury has been unveiled. For...

Pink Fleur Pop up at 41 Luxe Abuja Today

Pink fleur is a contemporary ready to wear fashion life debuting a feminine floral capsule collection exclusive to 41 luxe abuja. Visit 41 Luxe today...

Headies 2016: Top Nigerian artistes absent

The 2016 Headies has come and gone leaving in its trails several remarkable memories. Nollywood actress, Adesua Etomi, and artiste, Falz, anchored the award show,...

HEALTH

Plateau Government Begins Interstate Immunization : Polio Eradication

The Plateau state government began a new strategy of interstate border immunization that would capture children coming in and out of the state, in...

UNICEF warns 1.4 mln children at risk of death as famine...

Almost 1.4 million children are at imminent risk of death from severe acute malnutrition this year, as famine looms in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan...

Cancer: 150,000 Nigerians die annually – NMA

Chairman of the Nigeria Medical Association, Kwara State branch, Dr. Kunle Olawepo, has disclosed that Nigeria loses over 150,000 citizens to cancer yearly. Speaking at...

FITNESS