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Touch-and-Go Fathering Style Featured
By Anselm Anyoha Md · 1 week ago
Touch-and-Go Fathering Style In memory of my brother: Kevin Ikechukwu Anyoha (1954-2020) “Hello!” I said when I entered the consultation room. “Hello, Doctor Anyoha,” replied Azuka. “Congratulations on your brand-new baby,” I said. “Thanks, Doc,” ...
Bill Gates does not want to spoil the party Featured
By Anselm Anyoha · 5 months ago
Answering questions during an interview on CNN in the evening of April 30, 2020, billionaire Bill Gates said that, as much as he is praying and working hard with other stakeholders to make Covid-19 vaccines ...
What Parents can Expect as Babies Develop Featured
By Anselm Anyoha · 5 months ago
Book Review: Touchpoints - Birth to Three by Berry Brazelton, MD From the day they are born, babies’ motor movements and their social and emotional abilities steadily unfold and develop alongside their physical appearance. These ...
Why waiting for Christmas may be bad for your child Featured
By Anselm Anyoha · 10 months ago
With toys wrapped and placed under the tree, with new shoes hidden in room cabinets and new pants and shirts inside locked down closets, children are outraged with their parents and caregivers. If without Christmas ...
Men at 58 Featured
By Anselm Anyoha · 10 months ago
It was not that long ago that I was an eighteen-year-old boy, with a sculpted face only a craftsman could have brought to life. I sported a trunk as flat as the board on which ...
What to have for Dinner Featured
By Anselm Anyoha · 1 year ago
My previous article "What to have for lunch," attracted many readers. Since dinner comes after lunch, I also wanted to talk about what to have dinner. Dieticians and clinicians always tell people what not to ...
Nosebleed in Children
By Anselm Anyoha · 1 year ago
Nosebleed in Children I have always known that nosebleed is a common medical issue that needed some general education, yet for years I kept procrastinating about a discussion on the subject. Parents worry so much ...