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Exercise is Medicine Nigeria
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Guidelines for Acceptability – Nigerian Heart Foundation Approved Products January 2016
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Report of the Nigerian Heart Foundation World No Tobacco Day 2017
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2016 Nigerian Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
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2013 Nigerian Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth
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2018 Nigerian Report Card on Physical Activity Children and Youth – Click to Open or Download

Cardiovascular Health
Consensus Statement of Nigerian Heart Foundation Heart Health and Nutrition Summit on Lipids and Cardiovascular Health in the Nigerian Population

Hypertension in Nigeria
Guidelines for the Management of Hypertension in Nigeria

School Feeding Programme
Home Grown School Feeding Programme Leaflet 1

School Feeding Programme
Home Grown School Feeding Programme Leaflet 2 

Surveillance 2003 Report
Nigerian Health Behaviour Risk Factor Surveillance 2003 Report

Lipids and Cardiovascular Health.
Lipids and Cardiovascular Health in the Nigerian Population. 2016.

Morbidity and mortality outcomes of COVID-19 patients.
Morbidity and mortality outcomes of COVID-19 patients with and without hypertension in Lagos, Nigeria: A retrospective cohort study.

Outcomes of COVID-19 patients with comorbidities.
Outcomes of COVID-19 patients with comorbidities in southwest Nigeria.

Presenting Symptoms and Predictors of Poor Outcomes Among 2,184 Patients with COVID-19

Presenting Symptoms and Predictors of Poor Outcomes Among 2,184 Patients with COVID-19 in Lagos State, Nigeria.