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Herbs for Stress Relief, Relaxation, and Balance

On 06/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  Relaxation tips to reduce the stress response and better cope with the effects of stress.Ways to reduce the physiological response to stress using herbs to help create better balance, more calm, and induce rel[...]

Philips Inaugurates Africa’s First Community Life Center

On 06/Oct/2014 / In Articles

Philips Inaugurates Africa’s First Community Life Center aimed at strengthening primary health care and enabling community development   Royal Philips (AEX: PHIA, NYSE: PHG) has opened its first Communit[...]

Nigeria’s ‘Lady Of Drugs’. By Adejuwon Osunnuyi

On 06/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  Through a rare combination of tact, courage, industry and determination, a mere drugdispensing store started with N5, 000 in 1977 has transformed into a multi-million Dollar pharmaceutical company. This is the[...]

Opinion: TORCHING The Anointed. By Ayk Fowosire

On 06/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  In recent times, our society has become more chaotic, yet more predictable, especially if you understand the basics: we have become a society of impunity and impoverishment, immunity and immutability, and yet[...]

The Effects of Criticism on Relationships By ONDINA HATVANY, MFT

On 05/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  The Effects of Criticism on RelationshipsAgain and again in my work with couples I see the destructive effect criticism can have on a relationship. In this article I would like to explore what my three favorit[...]

First Impressions DO Count

On 04/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  . Brains make snap judgements before we even make a conscious decision about a person . Researchers from Melbourne studied the electrical activity of people’s brains . The pictures displayed ima[...]

9 Habits of Highly Effective Psychiatrists By THERESE J. BORCHARD

On 04/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  Having seen a half dozen psychiatrists in town, I can appreciate the differences in bedside manners, communication styles, and psychiatric strategies. I also know what makes a person a good psychiatrist, a med[...]

EBOLA: AS COMPLACENCY HAS TAKEN OVER!

On 02/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  The introduction of Ebola to Nigeria by Patrick Sawyer was a wake up call to all healthcare workers in Nigeria. I  still thank and strongly recommend that the management and staff of First Consultants hos[...]

Medical Tourism And The Code Of Medical Ethics On Advertisement In Nigeria. By Olusesan Makinde

On 01/Oct/2014 / In Articles

  Medical tourism is increasingly causing an imbalance in countries where physicians and health practices cannot advertise the kind of services they render. We examined this imbalance in a publication released t[...]

The Heartbreak of Mental Illness. By Michael Hedrick

On 30/Sep/2014 / In Articles

  The Heartbreak of Mental IllnessI was talking to a friend the other day who is a clinician at a home for people with mental illness, and I told her I know what it’s like to suffer. She said something tha[...]

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