4 Ways to Ensure You Are Drinking Enough Water

On 16/Jun/2015 / In Articles

  You're running from patient to patient, it's a typical busy day on the ward. Suddenly, that little niggly headache pain comes across you. You take a quick glance at the clock and it's still two[...]

First Aid: The Best Ways to Save a Babys Life

On 14/Jun/2015 / In Articles

  The first year of parenthood is both exhilarating and terrifying — starting solid foods, crawling, and walking are exciting milestones, but they also pave the way for accidents and, sometimes, serious[...]

Rebuilding Nigeria’s Public Health System

On 11/Jun/2015 / In Articles

  Access to basic health-care services in Nigeria remains an uphill task owing to stag­gering inadequacies in the nation’s health care system. Issues of lack of access to quality healthcare, prevalence[...]

Gbagada Hospital - A Fresh, Healthy Breath for Lagosians By Kamal Tayo Oropo

On 10/Jun/2015 / In Articles

  The revolution may be silent and slow, but it is gathering the desired momentum. Across the states of the federation, the war against dollar guzzling, foreign exchange drain pipe is gradually losing battle.[...]

Investigation - How Nigerian, AU Officials Maltreated, Cheated Ebola Volunteers in Liberia, Sierra Leone

On 04/Jun/2015 / In Articles

  Nigerians who volunteered to help fight the deadly Ebola disease in Sierra Leone and Liberia, returned home a fortnight ago, after spending about six months on the frontline against a virus that ravaged sev[...]

Constipation and Defecation Problems

On 04/Jun/2015 / In Articles

  Constipation is one of the most frequent gastrointestinal complaints in the USA and Western countries. There are at least 2.5 million doctor visits for constipation in the USA each year and hundreds of mill[...]

The remarkable story of the surgeon who removed his OWN appendix

On 25/May/2015 / In Articles

  . Leonid Rogozov was part of a team building a polar base in the Antartic . Became ill with appendicitis but travelling to a hospital was impossible . Performed an operation to remove his own appendix with[...]

Exercising With Asthma

On 24/May/2015 / In Articles

  . Warming up properly prior to an intense workout may reduce asthma sufferers’ reliance on inhalers and other medications, according to two recent studies.   Asthma inhalers have long been viewe[...]

X-ray: Health Sector Under Jonathan

On 24/May/2015 / In Articles

  In this piece, ARUKAINO UMUKORO examines the views of experts on the performance of President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration in the health sector   On September 18, 2010, while declar[...]

Prostate Cancer Gene Map Points Way To Targeted Drugs

On 22/May/2015 / In Articles

  The study suggests nearly nine in 10 patients with advanced prostate cancer could benefit from targeted treatments Scientists have unveiled a comprehensive genetic map of advanced prostate cancer, hailing it a[...]

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