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How to slim down super-sized kids

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Harambee Video Contest shows what is right about Africa

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Does social media use increase emotional stress for caregivers?

It depends on what stresses us.
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As Nigerians go to the polls next Saturday March 28 to elect a new president, tech geeks use the Internet…
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What is mainstream today may not be tomorrow.
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“Motherhood itself is now on trial.”
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Long-acting contraception targets the poor and minorities
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The way Islam understands God shapes their culture. And the way the West understands God shapes ours.
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