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Folayan, M, Obiyan M, El Tantawi M, Kemoli A, Al-Batayneh O, Gaffar B, Schroth R.  2021.  An ecological study on the association between early childhood caries and intimate partner violence in 20 low- and middle-income countries: 2007-2017, 2021/07/26. 4:39. Abstract
Bamire, AS;, Akinola AA, Olubode-Awosola OO, Oyewusi G.  2008.  Economic analysis of crop-livestock production among smallholder farmers in the dry savanna of Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture. 23(1):86-103.
Oloniniyi, IO, Aloba OO, Akinsulore A, Adeniyi BO, Oginni OA, Erhabor GE, Makanjuola RO.  2019.  Economic Cost of Asthma and Psychiatric Morbidity in Nigerian Patients with Asthma.. West African journal of medicine. 36:267–273., Number 3 Abstract
Oloniniyi, IO, Akinsulore A, Aloba OO, Mapayi BM, Oginni OA, Makanjuola R.  2019.  Economic cost of schizophrenia in a Nigerian teaching hospital. Journal of neurosciences in rural practice. 10:39–47., Number 01: Thieme Medical and Scientific Publishers Private Ltd. Abstract
Bamire, AS, Alimi T, Ayanwale AB.  2004.  Economic efficiency of land improvement techniques among cassava farmers in the wetlands of Nigeria. Eastern Africa Journal of Rural Development (EAJRD). 20 (1):45-46.
Bamire, AS, Fabiyi YL.  2002.  Economic Implications of property rights on smallholder use of fertilizer in southwest Nigeria.. Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives. :86-92.
Adelokun A. S, Fasanmi, SA.  2020.  Economics of Internationalisation of university education: A critique.. Dimensions of Politics, Policies and Thoughts in Education.. :207-221., Ile Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University
ADESOLA, F.  1999.  ECOWAS and Johnny Koromah’s Coup in Sierra Leone. Nigerian Forum. Vol. 20(11 – 12.):5–19..
Folayan, M, El Tantawi M, Gomez F, Sabbah W.  2020.  Editorial: Country Profile of the Epidemiology and Clinical Management of Early Childhood Caries, 2020/04/30. 8:141. Abstract
Owoade, OK, Olise FS, Obioh IB, Olaniyi HB, Bolzacchini E.  2009.  EDXRF Elemental Assay of Airborne Particulates: A Case Study of an iron and steel smelting industry, Lagos, Nigeria. Scientific Research and Essay. 4(11):1342-1347.
Esan, A, Folayan MO, Egbetade G, Oyedele T.  2015.  Effect of a school-based oral health education programme on use of recommended oral self-care for reducing the risk for caries by children in Nigeria. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. 25(4):282-90.doi:10.1111/ipd.12143..
Adetiloye, A, Famurewa O, Omisore A, Akintomide A, Adetiloye A.  2018.  Effect of Additional Traditional Cardiovascular Risk Factors on Functional Abnormality of Atherosclerosis Using Flow Mediated Dilatation in Subjects with Primary Hypertension, 03. Annals of vascular medicine and Research. 5:1089. Abstract
Ekanade, O, Orimoogunje OOI.  2001.  The effect of alley cropping on runoff and soil loss from south western Nigeria. Ife Research Publication in Geography. 8:31-35.
Adeyemi, A, Aina O, Eniola O, Adewuyi A, Adesina F.  2006.  The effect of an educational intervention programme on reproductive health: decision-making among couples in south west Nigeria, 2006/06/04. 22 Abstract

Context: Decision making process in reproductive health in Sub-Saharan Africa is a complex activity dictated by the customs, religious beliefs, socio-economic factors, and cultural innovations. The central role played by men in this process gives a strong justification for health education intervention with a primary focus on men. Objective: To find out how educational intervention programme will influence reproductive health decision making among couples.Study Design: This is a quasi-experimental study among couples in 3 towns in Osun State (Ode-Omu, Ejigbo and Otan-Ayegbaju) of Nigeria. Ode-Omu and Ejigbo served as the intervention towns while Otan-Ayegbaju served as the control. The study had 3 phases: baseline survey lasting 3 months, intervention phase of 12 months and postintervention period of 3 months.Interventions: Imparting information and educating members of the community on issues related to reproductive health with emphasis on the role of men using posters, handbills, public lectures, workshops and films.Main Outcome Measures: Decision making on and timing of pregnancy, seeking of post-abortion care, and husbands' support of wives during pregnancy. Results: After the intervention, more couples took joint decisions on timing of pregnancies; more husbands supported their wives during pregnancy and seeking of post-abortion care increased significantly in the intervention towns.Conclusion: Enlightenment of men is a faster and effective short-term measure to improve women's utilization of reproductive health resources.

Muse, WA, Balogun RA, Oluyole OO.  1996.  Effect of aqueous neem leaf extract on growth and development of larvae of Anopheles gambiae (Gills). Pakistan Journal of Entomology Karachi. 11(1&2):5-8.
Babalola, CP, Olori EO, Kotila OA, Falade O, Kolade YT, Sylva BO.  2008.  Effect of Artesunate on Urinary Excretion of Cloxacillin. Nigerian Journal of Pharmaceutical research. Vol. 7(1):6-11.
Isadare, D, Adeoye M, Adetunji A, Oluwasegun K, Rominiyi A, Akinluwade K.  2015.  Effect of as-cast cooling on the microstructure and mechanical properties of agehardened 7000 series aluminium alloy. International Journal of Materials Engineering. 5:5–9. Abstract
Gabriel-Ajobiewe, R, RAO, Cyril-Olutayo M, Olumekun V, FJ A.  2014.  Effect of Bambusa tuldoides cv. ventricosa leaf extracted with fermented steep liquors of maize and sorghum on some pathogenic organisms, 12. Malaysian Journal of Microbiology. 10:280-289. Abstract
Aransiola, EF, Oyewusi TF, Osunbitan JA, Ogunjimi LAO.  2019.  Effect of binder type, binder concentration and compacting pressure on some physical properties of carbonized corncob briquette. Energy Reports. 5:909–918.: Elsevier Abstract
Folayan, MO, Owotade FJ, Ozeigbe E, Fadeyibi R.  2010.  Effect of birth rank on the caries experience of children from a suburban population in Nigeria . Journal of Dentistry and Oral Hygiene. 2(3):27-30.