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RSSDA-Sponsored Students Abroad Debunk Vanguard’s Report about Stealing

On 06/Aug/2016 / In Articles

  I would like to use this medium to disavow and debunk the Vanguard publication about Nigerian medical students in the Caribbean taking to stealing. They published BLATANT lies against hardworking students tryi[...]

UNICEF Faults Nigeria’s Progress on Breastfeeding

On 04/Aug/2016 / In Articles

Over five million newborn children in Nigeria have been deprived of essential nutrients and antibodies because they do not get exclusively breastfed, the United Nations Children’s Fund said in Abuja on Wednesday.[...]

Release Our License Before 'Operation Show Your License' BY Jude Chiedu

On 24/Jul/2016 / In Articles

Few days ago I read a publication on www.nursingworldnigeria.com by the directorate of nursing services Lagos state and signed by Mrs Olaifa Clement Ayo, the secretary to the Lagos state Nursing and Midwifery Committee[...]

Release Our License Before 'Operation Show Your License' BY Jude Chiedu

On 24/Jul/2016 / In Articles

Few days ago I read a publication on www.nursingworldnigeria.com by the directorate of nursing services Lagos state and signed by Mrs Olaifa Clement Ayo, the secretary to the Lagos state Nursing and Midwifery Committee[...]

JULY 20th: The Day Stella Adadevoh Stood in the Gap for Nigeria

On 20/Jul/2016 / In Articles

On this day (20th July) two years ago (2014) , a 40 year old Liberian-American in person of Mr Patrick Sawyer flew into Nigeria through the Murtala Muhammad Airport, Lagos to attend an Economic Community of West Africa[...]

Zika Virus, Rio Olympics and Health Implications for Nigerians

On 18/Jul/2016 / In Articles

As the dust of the 2014/2015 West Africa Ebola Outbreak, which Nigeria has her own fair share is settling, the re-emergence of Zika virus in South America with pockets of outbreaks in other regions is of great public h[...]

The Plight of the Nigerian Doctor (2)

On 18/Jul/2016 / In Articles

In the first part of this series ,I enumerated some of the problems limiting the functions of the medical doctors practising in Nigeria .I was supposed to suggest ways on how to reduce the plights of the Nigerian docto[...]

Drinking Too Much Coca Cola Can Be Bad For Guys

On 10/Jul/2016 / In Articles

  If your guy is somewhat of a Coca Cola chugger, you might want to get him to cut back. And not for the sake of his teeth, or his waistline.   Scientists at Copenhagen University Hospital have found th[...]

The Plight of the Nigerian Doctor BY Dr. Paul John

On 09/Jul/2016 / In Articles

Nigeria is the only country where one is expected to perform optimally while in one of the harshest environments. I was in a function recently in Illinois, USA when an American soldier walked in with his uniform. Every[...]

The International Best Practices We Need by Dr. Paul John

On 06/Jul/2016 / In Articles

International best practices ,is the hackneyed phrase introduced into our health sector  by JOHESU in their inordinate quest to take over the leadership of the health sector . The phrase is selective as it is not[...]

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