International Women’s Day: Prioritising Women’s Health.

By: Samuel Olowolayemo Every year, the International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on the 8th of March to recognize the achievement and contribution of women in the society and is concerned about promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment and thereby improving the well-being of women in all areas of life. […]

Mental Health: Ensuring Mental Stability As A Student

By: Victor Ogunyemi  In our everyday life, we are faced with range of stressors that undermine our mental health and can result in varying illnesses. As UIITES, we have enormous workload to deal with per semester and efforts put into addressing them are undermined by varying individual challenges that affect […]

Inflation: Healthy Alternatives for Potable Water

By: Grace Ohagwu The recent weather developments have seen sayings such as ‘drink water and mind your business’ getting revived. The University Health Service (UHS) lent its voice to the clamor for taking more fluids to survive the heat by advising that students drink three to four liters of water […]

Your Hostel’s Water Versus Your Health

By: Victor Ogunyemi  Water is an essential part of human activities. Regardless of race or ethnicity, individuals use water for similar purposes. It plays a crucial role in numerous aspects of life, contributing significantly to human health, agriculture, industry, climate regulation, transport, among others. Common to the University of Ibadan […]

Fostering Wellness: How to Protect Your Health This Semester

By: Samuel Olowolayemo   Lifestyle is considered a critical determinant of health. The food you eat, your attitude towards hygiene, exercise and rest, the state of your mind from various exposures, all sum up to affect your wellbeing. Aside from lifestyle, a change of and changes in our environments significantly […]