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  1. Non-Uniform Bioaccumulation of Lead and Arsenic in Two Remote Regions of the Human Heart’s Left Ventricle: A Post-Mortem Study
  2. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Soil and Vegetation of Niger Delta, Nigeria: Ecological Risk Assessment
  3. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in fish (fresh and dried) and public health in Nigeria: a systematic review
  4. Pervasiveness, bioaccumulation and subduing environmental health challenges posed by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs): A systematic review to settle a one health strategy in Niger Delta, Nigeria
  5. Probabilistic non-carcinogenic and carcinogenic risk assessments of potential toxic metals (PTMs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in canned foods in Nigeria: understanding the size of the problem
  6. Zinc and selenium attenuate quaternary heavy metal mixture-induced testicular damage via amplification of the antioxidant system, reduction in metal accumulation, inflammatory and apoptotic biomarkers
  7. Heavy metals and inflammatory, oxidative/antioxidant and DNA damage biomarkers among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Niger Delta, Nigeria
  8. Immune System and Epidemics: The Role of African Indigenous Bioactive Substances
  9. Banana peel extract alleviate inflammation and oxidative stress via modulation of the Nrf2/Hmox-1 and NF-κB pathways in thyroid of heavy metal mixture exposed female rats
  10. Banana peel ameliorated hepato-renal damage and exerted anti-inflammatory and anti-apoptotic effects in metal mixture mediated hepatic nephropathy by activation of Nrf2/ Hmox-1 and inhibition of Nfkb pathway
  11. Heavy metals and arsenic in soil and vegetation of Niger Delta, Nigeria: Ecological risk assessment
  12. Natural occurring radioactive materials (NORMs) from mining sites in Nigeria: A systematic review of geographical distribution and public health concern
  13. Human dietary exposure to metals in the Niger delta region, Nigeria: Health risk assessment
  14. Arsenic and toxic metals in meat and fish consumed in Niger delta, Nigeria: Employing the margin of exposure approach in human health risk assessment
  15. Levels of toxic and essential metals in maternal cord blood and anthropometry at birth: a pilot study
  16. Concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in samples of soil, feed and food collected in the Niger Delta region, Nigeria: A probabilistic human health risk assessment
  17. Emerging pollutants in Nigeria: A systematic review
  18. Metal pollution of soil, plants, feed and food in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: Health risk assessment through meat and fish consumption
  19. Trace elements exposure and risk in age-related eye diseases: a systematic review of epidemiological evidence
  20. Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: Uncovering Mechanisms and Discovering Inhibitor—Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles as Promising Biocorrosion Inhibitors
  21. Hepatoprotective Effect of Costus Afer On Trace Metal Mixture Treated Rats Mediated By Regulation of Oxidative Stress Markers, Inflammatory Cytokines And Bio-Metal Chelation
  22. Toxic Metals and Non-Communicable Diseases in HIV Population: A Systematic Review
  23. Hepatoprotective Effect of Costus Afer on Trace Metal Mixture Treated Rats Mediated by Regulation of Oxidative Stress Markers, Inflammatory Cytokines and Bio-Metal Chelation
  24. Phytowaste as nutraceuticals in boosting public health
  25. Protective Effect of Costus afer Aqueous Leaf Extract (CALE) on Low-Dose Heavy Metal Mixture-Induced Alterations in Serum Lipid Profile and Hematological Parameters of Male Wistar Albino Rats
  26. In vitro antioxidants and hepatoprotective effects of Pleurotus tuber-regium on carbon tetrachloride–treated rats
  27. Author Correction: Mapping local patterns of childhood overweight and wasting in low- and middle-income countries between 2000 and 2017
  28. Current mechanistic perspectives on male reproductive toxicity induced by heavy metals
  29. Cadmium and lead in geophagic clay consumed in Southern Nigeria: health risk from such traditional nutraceutical
  30. Low‐dose heavy metal mixture (lead, cadmium and mercury)‐induced testicular injury and protective effect of zinc andCostus aferin wistar albino rats
  31. Mapping local patterns of childhood overweight and wasting in low- and middle-income countries between 2000 and 2017
  32. Nigerian foods of probiotics relevance and chronic metal exposure: a systematic review
  33. A pediatric health risk assessment of children's toys imported from China into Nigeria
  34. Public Health and Paediatric Risk Assessment of Aluminium, Arsenic and Mercury in Infant Formulas Marketed in Nigeria
  35. Management of Iron Overload in Resource Poor Nations: A Systematic Review of Phlebotomy and Natural Chelators
  36. Dietary supplementation of Pleurotus tuber regium in rat feed ameliorates metabolic and hematotoxicity induced by carbon tetrachloride
  37. Sentinel species for biomonitoring and biosurveillance of environmental heavy metals in Nigeria
  38. Exposure to Wood Smoke and Associated Health Effects in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review
  39. Neuroprotective effect of Costus afer on low dose heavy metal mixture (lead, cadmium and mercury) induced neurotoxicity via antioxidant, anti-inflammatory activities
  40. Appropriateness of Essentials Trace Metals in Commonly Consumed Infant Formulae in Nigeria
  41. Effect of Environmental and Occupational Exposures to Heavy Metals: The Health Implications
  42. Probabilistic health risk assessment of heavy metals in honey, Manihot esculenta, and Vernonia amygdalina consumed in Enugu State, Nigeria
  43. Unsafe herbal sex enhancement supplements in Nigerian markets: a human risk assessment
  44. Public Health Burden of E-waste in Africa
  45. Natural antidotes and management of metal toxicity
  46. Nigeria: Environmental Health Concerns
  47. Gastrointestinal Parasitic Infections and Immunological Status of HIV/AIDS Coinfected Individuals in Nigeria
  48. The protective effect of Costus afer Ker Gawl aqueous leaf extract on lead-induced reproductive changes in male albino Wistar rats
  49. Blood Lead Levels in Women of Child-Bearing Age in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review
  50. Candy consumption may add to the body burden of lead and cadmium of children in Nigeria
  51. Heavy Metal Mixture Exposure and Effects in Developing Nations: An Update
  52. Emerging technologies for food and drug safety
  53. Edible Mushrooms from Niger Delta, Nigeria with Heavy Metal Levels of Public Health Concern: A Human Health Risk Assessment
  54. Herb-Induced Liver Injuries in Developing Nations: An Update
  55. Cellular and Molecular Effects of Prolonged Low-Level Sodium Arsenite Exposure on Human Hepatic HepaRG Cells
  56. Levels of some heavy metals in vegetables from artisanal mining sites of Dilimi River, Bukuru and Barkin Ladi North Central Nigeria: any public health concern?
  57. Nephroprotective and Antioxidant Effects of King Tuber Oyster Medicinal Mushroom, Pleurotus tuber-regium (Agaricomycetes), on Carbon Tetrachloride-Induced Nephrotoxicity in Male Sprague Dawley Rats
  58. Street foods exacerbate effects of the environmental burden of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Nigeria
  59. Lack of beneficial effect of activated charcoal in lead induced testicular toxicity in male albino rats
  60. Inhibition of the Cell Death Pathway in Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)-Related Hepatocarcinogenesis Is Associated with Histone H4 lysine 16 Deacetylation
  61. Heavy metals in miscarriages and stillbirths in developing nations
  62. Lead Induced Hepato-renal Damage in Male Albino Rats and Effects of Activated Charcoal
  63. Carbon tetrachloride induced hepatorenal toxicity in rats: possible protective effects of wild Pleurotus tuber-regium
  64. Histopathological and biochemical assessments of Costus afer stem on alloxan-induced diabetic rats
  65. Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of Heavy Metals in Farm Produce and Livestock around Lead-Contaminated Goldmine in Dareta and Abare, Zamfara State, Northern Nigeria
  66. Safety Evaluation of Potential Toxic Metals Exposure from Street Foods Consumed in Mid-West Nigeria
  67. Protective Effects of Pleurotus tuber-regium on Carbon- Tetrachloride Induced Testicular Injury in Sprague Dawley Rats
  68. Health risks from lost awareness of cultural behaviours rooted in traditional medicine: An insight in geophagy and mineral intake
  69. Human health risk assessment of lead, manganese and copper from scrapped car paint dust from automobile workshops in Nigeria
  70. Nephroprotective and antioxidant effect of aqueous leaf extract of Costus Afer Ker gawl on cyclosporin-a (Csa) induced nephrotoxicity
  71. Elemental Impurities in Nigerian Pediatric Syrups
  72. Asessment of the Hepatoprotective and Antioxidant Effect of Aqueous Leaf Extract of <i>Costus after</i> “Ker Gawl” on Cyclosporine a Induced Hepatotoxicity
  73. Global, regional, and national age–sex specific all-cause and cause-specific mortality for 240 causes of death, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013
  74. Morphological changes in the pancreas and glucose reduction of the aqueous extract of Costus afer leaf on alloxan-induced diabetic rats
  75. Human health hazards of poly aromatic hydrocarbons in Nigerian smokeless tobacco
  76. Elevated prenatal methylmercury exposure in Nigeria: Evidence from maternal and cord blood
  77. Effect of Ofloxacin and Norfloxacin on Rifampicin Pharmacokinetics in Man
  78. Cytological and biochemical studies during the progression of alloxan-induced diabetes and possible protection of an aqueous leaf extract of Costus afer
  79. Global, regional, and national incidence and mortality for HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria during 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013
  80. Global, regional, and national levels and causes of maternal mortality during 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013
  81. Use of Bisphenol A-containing baby bottles in Cameroon and Nigeria and possible risk management and mitigation measures: community as milestone for prevention
  82. Metal Pollution in Nigeria: A Biomonitoring Update
  83. The role of lead and cadmium in psychiatry
  84. Towards Prenatal Biomonitoring in Eastern Nigeria: Assessing Lead Levels and Anthropometric Parameters of Newborns
  85. Isoniazid Pharmacokinetics in the Presence of Ofloxacin and Norfloxacin Antibiotics
  86. Anicteric hepatoxicity: a potential health risk of occupational exposures in Nigerian petroleum oil refining and distribution industry
  87. Evaluation of acute and sub-chronic toxicities of Vensestin Cleansers: a polyherbal supplement in female Wistar Albino rats
  88. Lead and cadmium in public health in Nigeria: physicians neglect and pitfall in patient management
  89. Biochemical and ultra-structural studies of the effect of alprazolam as an anxiolytic drug on the cerebellum of adult male mice
  90. Heavy Metal Pollution in Sub-Saharan Africa and Possible Implications in Cancer Epidemiology
  91. Heavy metal hazards of Nigerian smokeless tobacco
  92. Effect of B-success herbal supplement on the accessory sex organs of male albino rats
  93. Toxicity of Chevron Escravos crude oil and chemical dispersant on guinea pig testicular function
  94. Metal Concentrations in Cosmetics Commonly Used in Nigeria
  95. Total Diet Study in Cameroon—A Sub-Saharan African Perspective
  96. Effect of aqueous leaves extract of Costus afer Ker Gawl (Zingiberaceae) on the liver and kidney of male albino Wistar rat
  97. Pharmacokinetics of isoniazid with or without ofloxacin
  98. Higher blood lead levels in rural than urban pregnant women in Eastern Nigeria: Table 1
  99. Heavy metals health risk assessment for population via consumption of food crops and fruits in Owerri, South Eastern, Nigeria
  100. Elastic moduli of advanced orthorhombic binary and ternary metal (V, Ta, Nb) nitrides with the U2 S3 structure
  101. Evaluation of Potential Dietary Toxicity of Heavy Metals of Vegetables
  102. Nigerian herbal remedies and heavy metals: violation of standard recommended guidelines
  103. Semen Abnormality And Nigerian Herbal Remedies: A Preliminary Investigation.
  104. Effects of nimesulide on testicular functions in prepubertal albino rats
  105. Nigeria: Environmental Health Concerns
  106. Diagnostic health risk assessment of electronic waste on the general population in developing countries' scenarios
  107. Water-quality issues in the Niger Delta of Nigeria: a look at heavy metal levels and some physicochemical properties
  108. Assessment of Environmental Distribution of Lead in Some Municipalities of South-Eastern Nigeria
  109. Water Quality Issues in the Niger Delta of Nigeria: Polyaromatic and Straight Chain Hydrocarbons in Some Selected Surface Waters
  110. Precipitation Chemistry and Occurrence of Acid Rain over the Oil-Producing Niger Delta Region of Nigeria
  111. Spermatoxic Effects of Operation Sweep Herbal Supplement in Male Albino Rats
  112. Lead and cadmium levels of commonly administered pediatric syrups in Nigeria: A public health concern?
  113. Heavy Metal Hazards of Pediatric Syrup Administration in Nigeria: A Look at Chromium, Nickel and Manganese
  114. Environmental Pollution and Blood Lead Levels in Nigeria: Who is Unexposed?
  115. Environmental Pollution and Blood Lead Levels in Nigeria: Who is Unexposed?
  116. Effect of Effluents From Warri Refinery Petrochemical Company WRPC on Water and Soil Qualities of “Contiguous Host” and “Impacted on Communities” of Delta State, Nigeria
  117. Erratum
  118. Lead poisoning associated with malaria in children of urban areas of Nigeria
  119. Lead levels in paint flakes from buildings in Nigeria: a preliminary study
  120. Iron, Manganese and Nickel Exposure from Beverages in Nigeria: A Public Health Concern?
  121. Nephrotoxic effects of aqueous extract U & Dee Sweet Bitter (a Nigerian herbal remedy) in male albino rats
  122. Acid Rain Phenomenon in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: Economic, Biodiversity, and Public Health Concern
  123. Heavy Metal Contamination of Foods by Refuse Dump Sites in Awka, Southeastern Nigeria
  124. Effects of Chevron Escravos crude oil and Emulsol L.W. oil dispersant on the reproductive functions of male guinea pigs
  125. Heavy metals other than lead in flaked paints from buildings in Eastern Nigeria
  126. Heavy Metal Levels and Physico – Chemical Quality of Potable Water Supply in Warri, Nigeria
  127. Structural Development, Haematological Immunological and Pharmacological Effects of Quinolones
  128. Liver and kidney function tests amongst paint factory workers in Nkpor, Nigeria
  129. Arsenic and Chromium in Canned and Non-Canned Beverages in Nigeria: A Potential Public Health Concern
  130. Effect of chloroquine on the bioavailability of ciprofloxacin in man
  131. Heavy metal hazards of Nigerian herbal remedies
  132. Metal Contamination and Infiltration into the Soil at Refuse Dump Sites in Awka, Nigeria
  133. Heavy Metal Hazards of Sachet Water in Nigeria
  134. Toxicological Study of the Anam River in Otuocha, Anambra State, Nigeria
  135. Heavy metal hazards of sachet water in Nigeria
  136. Lead and cadmium exposures from canned and non-canned beverages in Nigeria: A public health concern
  137. Hepatotoxic and haematological effects of Nigerian Bonny light crude oil in male albino rats
  138. Biochemical assessment of lead overload and the protective effect of zinc in guinea pigs
  139. Testicular toxicity of Nigerian bonny light crude oil in male albino rats
  140. Urinary Excretion of Rifampicin in the Presence of Ciprofloxacin
  141. Bioavailability of Metronidazole in Rabbits After Administration of a Rectal Suppository
  142. Testicular effects of sub-chronic administration of Hibiscus sabdariffa calyx aqueous extract in rats
  143. Impact of Effluents from a Car Battery Manufacturing Plant in Nigeria on Water, Soil, and Food Qualities
  144. Some Plasma and Saliva Pharmacokinetics Parameters of Rifampicin in the Presence of Pefloxacin
  145. Effect of Pefloxacin on the Urinary Excretion of Rifampicin
  146. Sub-chronic Toxicity Studies of the Aqueous Extract of Boerhavia diffusa Leaves
  147. Nephrotoxic Actions of Low-Dose Mercury in Mice: Protection by Zinc
  148. Testicular Toxicity of Rinbacin in Rats
  149. Effects of Rinbacin Extract on Rat Kidney
  150. Investigation into the Haematologic and Hepatotoxic Effects of Rinbacin in Rats
  151. Salivary and Urinary Excretion and Plasma???Saliva Concentration Ratios of Isoniazid in the Presence of Co-administered Ciprofloxacin
  152. Rifampicin Pharmacokinetics With and Without Ciprofloxacin
  153. Ecotoxicological Study of the Niger-Delta Area of the River Niger
  154. Low-dose mercury induces testicular damage protected by zinc in mice
  155. Adsorption Studies of Artesunate: Evaluation of Saline Cathartics as Additive in Management of Artesunate Poisoning.
  156. Adsorptive Capacity of Activated Charcoal for Rifampicin with and without Sodium Chloride and Sodium Citrate.
  157. Effect of Activated Charcoal on Diethylcarbamazine Absorption in Humans
  158. Childhood Non-Drug Poisoning in Nnewi, Nigeria
  159. Effects of Pefloxacin on Urinary and Salivary Concentrations of Isoniazid in Six Healthy Female Volunteers
  160. Acceleration of Body Clearance of DiethylCarbamazine By Oral Activated Charcoal
  161. Pharmacokinetics of Diethylcarbamazine: Prediction by Concentration in Saliva.
  162. Evaluation of the Developmental Toxicity of Amlodipine Besylate in Mice
  163. Zinc Protection of Mercury-Induced Hepatic Toxicity in Mice.
  164. In Vitro Adsorption of Ciprofloxacin on Activated Charcoal and Talc
  165. Effect of Industrial Effluents on Water and Soil Qualities in Nnewi, Nigeria
  166. Evaluation of Nigerian traditional medicines: II. effects of some Nigerian folk remedies on peptic ulcer
  167. Restoration of normal sperm characteristics in hypoprolactinemic infertile men treated with metoclopramide and exogenous human prolactin
  169. Activated Charcoal: Is Failure to Use It Negligence or Ignorance?
  170. In Vitro and In Vivo Adsorption Stud ies of Diazinon
  171. Effect of Saline Cathartics on Gastrointestinal Transit Time of Activated Charcoal
  172. Safety Warnings and First Aid Instructions on Consumer and Pharmaceutical Products in Nigeria: are they Adequate?
  173. In-Vitro Adsorption Studies of Isoniazid