Author: Charles Uzor

Transgender men are also people!

In a world of black and white people, grey people are taught to see themselves as abnormal, queer and mysterious. Grey people must choose to become black or white in order to earn acceptance...

Impotence versus Lifestyle

Visit any motor park in Nigeria today and hear tradomedical practitioners advertise their numerous concoctions targeting men who can’t get it up in the bedroom. Indeed, many individuals routinely share their own recipes for...

Alopecia Awareness

On the 21st of June, I read this amazing, beautiful story posted on Love What Matters’ Facebook page. The inspiring story submitted by Ms Shelly Lauzon generated thousands of beautiful responses, with many describing...

“Something The Lord Made”

“SOMETHING THE LORD MADE” A Story of the Resilience of the Human Spirit Vivien always wanted to be a doctor. People always wondered why he answered a woman’s name. His mother thought she would...

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In Defence of Nigerian Doctors (1)

IN DEFENCE OF NIGERIAN DOCTORS I have read so much about the lack of competence of Nigerians who successfully trained as medical doctors in local institutions. Some of my friends are rather obsessed with...

In defence of Nigerian doctors (2)

Recently I wrote a short article detailing the challenges medical doctors are confronted with in Nigeria, in response to insinuations in some quarters that Nigerian doctors are poorly trained. One commentator went as far...

The world is going to university. But is it worth it?

“AFTER God had carried us safe to New England, and we had builded our houses, provided necessaries for our livelihood, reared convenient places for God’s worship and settled Civil Government, one of the next...

Why exercise is good for you

More than a third of adults worldwide are overweight or obese. Still wondering why you should get on your bike or take that late evening stroll? In general, exercise does improve health by helping...

The Trouble With “Medicated” Soaps

In my undergraduate days, there was a lot of skepticism surrounding the use of what are generally called medicated soaps. Many academics were concerned that the widespread application of those soaps played a significant...