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Mapayi, BM, Akinsulore A, Aloba O, Oginni K, Seun-Fadipe CT, Ugalahi T, Fatusi AA, Oladimeji Y.  2018.  Contraceptive Behavior of Women Attending the Psychiatric Clinic of a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital. PAA 2018 Annual Meeting. : PAA Abstract
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Mobolaji, JW, Bamiwuye SO, Bisiriyu L.  2016.  Contraceptive discontinuation among Nigerian women: exploring the ethnic variations. GEOGRAPHY. 14:47–58., Number 2016 Abstract
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Makinde, ON.  2012.  The contribution of severe pre-eclampsia/eclampsia (SPEE) to perinatal mortalty in a Nigerian teaching hospital. . Perinatal Mortality. , Croatia: Intro-Tech Open Access Publisher.
Oginni, O, Mosaku K, Mapayi B, Akinsulore A.  2015.  A CONTROLLED STUDY OF DEPRESSION AND SUICIDAL IDEATION AMONG HOMOSEXUAL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 12 Abstract
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Oginni, O, Mapayi B, Mosaku K, Akinsulore A.  2015.  A controlled study of depression and suicidal ideation among homosexual students in Nigeria (ID 97). F1000Research. 4 Abstract
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Muse, WA, Ono T.  1996.  Copulation and post-copulatory mate-guarding in Atractomorpha lata Motschulsky (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) under laboratory condition. Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology. 31(2):233-241.
Folayan, M, El Tantawi M, Virtanen J, Feldens C, Rashwan M, Kemoli A, Villena R, Al-Batayneh O, Amalia R, Gafar B, Mohebbi S, Arheiam A, Daryanavard H, Vukovic A, Schroth R.  2021.  Correction to: An ecological study on the association between universal health service coverage index, health expenditures, and early childhood caries, 2021/05/26. 21 Abstract
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Fawale, M, Ismaila I, Mustapha A, Komolafe M, Ibigbami O.  2017.  Correlates of sleep quality and sleep duration in a sample of urban-dwelling elderly Nigerian women, 2017/06/01. 3 Abstract

ObjectivesAging, female sex, and urbanization increase the risk of sleep impairment. Sleep in urban-dwelling elderly African women has been sparsely studied. We studied the characteristics and correlates of sleep quality and habitual sleep duration in a primary care population of urban-living Nigerian women.
Methods
Sleep quality and sleep duration over the previous 1 month were estimated using the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI). Excessive daytime sleepiness, risk of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and depressive symptoms were also assessed.
Results
Of the 428 subjects included, 117 (27.3%) were poor sleepers endorsing PSQI scores >5, whereas 126 (29.4%) slept <7 hours. The poor sleepers were more likely to be obese (P = .022), to have a high risk for OSA (P = .013), and to have clinically significant depressive symptoms (P = .001) compared with the good sleepers. Habitual sleep duration of <7 hours was associated with past oral contraceptive use (P = .025) and a trend toward a higher likelihood of high risk for OSA (P = .05) and coffee consumption (P = .05). On regression, the odds of high risk for OSA were higher with poor sleep quality and sleep duration <7 hours, respectively, whereas the odds of coffee consumption were higher with sleep duration <7 hours.
Conclusions
Poor sleep quality and inadequate sleep are common in our population of elderly women. High risk for OSA independently predicts poor sleep quality and, along with report of coffee consumption, independently predicts habitual sleep duration of <7 hours.

Fawale, MB, Ismaila IA, Mustapha AF, Komolafe MA, Ibigbami O.  2017.  Correlates of sleep quality and sleep duration in a sample of urban-dwelling elderly Nigerian women, 2017. Sleep Health. 3(4) Abstract

Objectives Aging, female sex, and urbanization increase the risk of sleep impairment. Sleep in urban-dwelling elderly African women has been sparsely studied. We studied the characteristics and correlates of sleep quality and habitual sleep duration in a primary care population of urban-living Nigerian women. Methods Sleep quality and sleep duration over the previous 1 month were estimated using the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI). Excessive daytime sleepiness, risk of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and depressive symptoms were also assessed. Results Of the 428 subjects included, 117 (27.3%) were poor sleepers endorsing PSQI scores >5, whereas 126 (29.4%) slept <7 hours. The poor sleepers were more likely to be obese (P =.022), to have a high risk for OSA (P =.013), and to have clinically significant depressive symptoms (P =.001) compared with the good sleepers. Habitual sleep duration of <7 hours was associated with past oral contraceptive use (P =.025) and a trend toward a higher likelihood of high risk for OSA (P =.05) and coffee consumption (P =.05). On regression, the odds of high risk for OSA were higher with poor sleep quality and sleep duration <7 hours, respectively, whereas the odds of coffee consumption were higher with sleep duration <7 hours. Conclusions Poor sleep quality and inadequate sleep are common in our population of elderly women. High risk for OSA independently predicts poor sleep quality and, along with report of coffee consumption, independently predicts habitual sleep duration of <7 hours.

Muzamil, H, Duarte R, Dix-Peek T, Vachiat A, Naidoo S, Dickens C, Grinter S, Manga P, Naicker S.  2016.  Correlation between volume overload, chronic inflammation, and left ventricular dysfunction in chronic kidney disease patients, 08. Clinical Nephrology. 86 (2016) Abstract
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Makinde, O, Ajenifuja K, Phillips A, Ibraheem A, Faponle AF, Ogunniyi S, Onwudiegwu U.  2014.  CRITERIA BASED AUDIT OF THE MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE PRE-ECLAMPSIA/ECLAMPSIA IN A NIGERIAN TEACHING HOSPITAL, 04. Tropical journal of obstetrics and gynaecology. 31 Abstract
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Mbada, C, Oguntoyinbo O, Fasuyi F, Idowu O, Odole A, Ayanniyi O, Johnson O, Orimolade A, Oladiran A, Fatoye F.  2020.  Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric evaluation of the Yoruba version of Oswestry disability index, 01. PLOS ONE. 15:e0221138. Abstract
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Mbada, C, Idowu O, Ogunjimi R, Ayanniyi O, Orimolade A, Oladiran A, Johnson O, Akinsulore A, Oni T.  2016.  Cross-Cultural Adaptation, Reliability and Validity of the Yoruba Version of the Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire, 09. SPINE. 42:1. Abstract
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Mbada, CE, Idowu OA, Ogunjimi OR, Ayanniyi O, Orimolade EA, Oladiran AB, Johnson OE, Akinsulore A, Oni TO.  2017.  Cross-cultural Adaptation, Reliability, and Validity of the Yoruba Version of the Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire. Spine. 42(7):497-503.: LWW Abstract
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Melvin, AO, Ayotunde T, Mustapha O.  2011.  Cultural Beliefs and Concerns for Healthy Sexuality in Late Life among Yoruba adults in South West Nigeria. Cultural Beliefs and Concerns for Healthy Sexuality in Late Life Among Yoruba Adults in South West Nigeria. :33-57. Abstract
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Morobe, IC, Mthethwa NS, Bisi-Johnson MA, Vasaikar SD, Obi CL, Oyedeji AO, Kambizi L, Eloff JN, Hattori T.  2011.  Cytotoxic effects and safety profiles of extracts of active medicinal plants from the Eastern Cape, South Africa. The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and infection. 26(3):141.
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Melvin, AO.  2012.  Dating practices and patterns of disclosure among in-school adolescents in Oyo State, Nigeria. Africa Development. 37:19–39-19–39., Number 3 Abstract
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Mobolaji Oyebisi Ajibade In Toyin Falola &Akinyemi Akintunde(Ed).  2017.  Death, Mourning, Burial and Funeral . Culture and Customs of The Yoruba. , Austin: Pan-African University Presss
Folayan, MO, Peterson K, Haire B, Brown B, Makanjuola O, Audu K, Pelemo B, Marsh V.  2015.  Debating ethics in HIV research: gaps between policies and practice in Nigeria . Developing World Bioethics. 15(3):214-25doi:10.1111/dewb.12064..
Onwudiegwu, U, Makinde O, Ezechi O, Adeyemi A.  1999.  Decision-caesarean delivery interval in a Nigerian university hospital: Implications for maternal morbidity and mortality, 01. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 19:30-3. Abstract
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Ogunniyi, S, L Faleyimu B, Makinde O, Adejuyigbe EA, Ogunniyi FA, Owolabi A.  2000.  Delivery care services utilization in an urban Nigerian population, 01. Nig J Med. 9:81-85. Abstract
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Oginni, OA, Mosaku KS, Mapayi BM, Akinsulore A, Afolabi TO.  2017.  Depression and Associated Factors Among Gay and Heterosexual Male University Students in Nigeria. Archives of sexual behavior. :1-14.: Springer Abstract
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Oginni, OA, Mosaku KS, Mapayi BM, Akinsulore A, Afolabi TO.  2018.  Depression and associated factors among gay and heterosexual male university students in Nigeria. Archives of sexual behavior. 47:1119–1132., Number 4: Springer US Abstract
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