Africa: Nigeria expends over $2b on health tourism annually

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Nigeria expends over $2billion on health tourism annually, Dr. Qazeem Olawale, the Chief Executive/Chief Consultant, Olaking International Holistic Medicine Company (OIHM) has said. The medical personnel, who made this disclosure during an interview with our correspondent, said Nigeria can save billions of Naira if her citizens embrace indigenous medicine wholeheartedly. The OIHM boss, who is fondly known as Dr Olaking, […]

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News: The Secret To Business Success That Will Improve Your Mental Health

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At first glance, entrepreneurship might appear to be a solid career move from a mental health standpoint. Being your own boss allows for unparalleled flexibility, and building a company from the ground up can be incredibly rewarding. Unfortunately, there’s a less rosy side to entrepreneurial life: Many founders report battling depression on a daily basis — around 30 percent. And […]

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Safe and seamless travel, technology and sustainability: priorities for tourism

Ensuring safe and seamless travel, enhancing the opportunities brought by technology and accelerating the shift towards a more sustainable sector are the priorities for the sector said UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai, opening the 50th edition of ITB Berlin. (Berlin, Germany, 8 March 2016). Referring to the issue of tourism and security, he said: “Global challenges demand global solutions and tourism […]

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‘92% of users of Nigerian airports is dissatisfied’-Survey

By RennOffor Over 15 million passengers pass through the airports in Nigeria every, but going by the just published report of a survey by conducted by Travelstart, 92 per cent of them, which represent a huge 13.8 million passengers are dissatisfied with their experiences at the airports. If the result of the survey is anything to go by, then it […]

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France passes bill banning “excessively Thin models”

French MPs have adopted a bill aimed at banning the use of fashion models deemed to be “excessively thin”. Models will need a doctor’s certificate that their health is “compatible with the practise of the profession”. Employers who break the law could face up to six months in jail and a €75,000 fine (£54,000, $81,000). A previous version of the […]

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