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Dec-2013Haematogical Changes Induced by Subchronic Glyphosate Exposure: Ameliorative Effect of Zinc in Wistar RatsTizhe, E.V.; Ibrahim, N.D.G.; Fatihu, M.Y.; Igbokwe, I.O.; George, B.D.J.; Ambali, S.F.; Shallangwaa, J.M.
2018Haematological Indices, Feed and Water Intake of Grower Rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) Fed Graded Levels of Sheabutter (Vitellaria paradoxa C.F. Gaertn.) Nut MealIdahor, K. O.; Adua, M. M.; Osayande, U. D.; Kaye, J.; Igoche, L. E.; Osaiyuwu, O. H.; Sokunbi, O. A.
2018Haematology and Performance Characteristics of Broiler Chickens Fed Dried Cashew Apple as Replacement for MaizeYisa, I.K.; Longe, O.G.; Oshibanjo, O.
2019Haematology and Serum Biochemical Characteristics of California White Rabbits Fed Varying Levels of Dietary ProteinUnung, H.U; Oyedapo, F.A; Yakubu, D. P; Asiruwa, P. O; Oshibanjo, D.O
2019Haematology and Serum Biochemical Characteristics of California White Rabbits Fed Varying Levels of Dietary ProteinUnung, H.U.; Oyedapo, F.A.; Yakubu, D.P.; Asiruwa, P.O.; Oshibanjo, D.O.
2021The Haftorah in Jewish Traditions: Studies of the Various Haftorah Readings with Reflection in the New TestamentTambiyi, Gideon Y.
2018The Halal and Haram of Boko: Communicating Meaning in Contending with Statecraft or “Modern-Witchcraft” in NigeriaDyikuk, Justine John
Jun-2013Handedness and Footedness in Footballers in Jos, NigeriaShugaba, A.I; Umar, M.B.T; Uzokwe, C.B; Akeem, A.A; Rabiu, A.M; Mathew, R.M
2013Health Care Expenditure, Health Status and National Productivity in Nigeria (1999-2012)Eneji, Mathias Agri; Dickson, Vonke Juliana; Onabe, Bisong John
2015Health Care Financing In Nigeria: Implications for Achieving Universal Health CoverageUzochukwu, B.S.C.; Ughasoro, M.D.; Etiaba, E.; Okwuosa, C.; Envuladu, E.; Onwujekwe, O.E.
2016Healthcare Hashtag Index Development: Identifying Global Impact in Social MediaPinho-Costa, Luís; Yakubu, Kenneth; Hoedebecke, Kyle; Laranjo, Liliana; Reichel, Christofer Patrick; Colon-Gonzalez, Maria del C.; Neves, Ana Luísa; Errami, Hassna
2016Health Challenges in the Present Democratic Era in Nigeria: The Place of TechnologyKajang, Y.G.; Keswet, L.A.
Feb-2015Health Education as a Tool for Improving the Knowledge of Malaria and Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets among People Living with HIV/AIDS in Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State, North Central NigeriaAfolaranmi, Tolulope O.; Hassan, Zuwaira I.; Bello, Danjuma A.; Tagurum, Yetunde O.
Oct-2009Health Seeking Behaviours of Female Manual Labourers Towards Febrile Illness in Jos, NigeriaJamda, M.A; Agbo, H.; Chundung, M.
2015Heavy Metals Contamination in Roadside Dust along Major Traffic Roads in Jos Metropolitan Area, NigeriaMafuyai, G. M.; Kamoh, N.M.; Kangpe, N.S.; Ayuba, S.M.; Eneji, I. S.
2016Heavy Metals Content in Fadama Soils, Root, Leaf and Seed of African Locust Bean Tree (Parkia Biglobosa) along the River Dilimi in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State, NigeriaHenry, U.I.; Egbere, O.J.; Henry, M.U.; Lawal, I.H.; Ibrahim Iro, I.
2014Heavy Metals in the Urban Soils and Vegetables in Jos Metropolis, Nigeria: Implications on Children’s HealthLar, Uriah; Shettima, Esther; Dibal, Hassan
2011Helicobacter Pylori Associated Gastritis in North-Eastern Nigeria: A Histopathologic StudyAdisa, J.O; Musa, A.B; Yima, U.I; Egbujo, E.C
2008Helminth parasities of Clarias gariepinus AND Tilapia zilli at Lamingo Dam, Jos, Nigeria.Goselle O.N.; Shir G.I.; Ude E.O.; Abelau M.; Imandeh G.N.
2018Helminths of Veterinary and Zoonotic Importance in Nigerian Ruminants: A 46- Year Meta-Analysis (1970–2016) of their Prevalence and DistributionKarshima, Solomon Ngutor; Maikai, Beatty-Viv; Kwaga, Jacob Kwada Paghi
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