Feeding problems

On 19/Feb/2014 / In Articles

  THIS Update covers the practices and problems involved in infant and toddler feeding.   Infant feeding and toddler feeding are often topics of much concern for parents. This is especially so for first[...]

Not what the doctor ordered! Medical student who took his university to court after failing his six-year degree by one mark faces £90,000 legal bill after losing court battle

On 08/Feb/2014 / In Articles

  . Paul Crawford, 32, was locked in a legal battle with Newcastle University . Failed final year of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree . Could be held liable for a legal bill after his case[...]

international lab auditors audit nigerian labs

On 07/Feb/2014 / In Articles

International laboratory auditors are in nigeria to audit laboratory facilities in the country even as the Medical Laboratory Science Council of NIgeria MLSCN has declared its determination to update the delivery of qu[...]

Antioxidant Supplements Worsen Lung Tumors, Study Finds

On 05/Feb/2014 / In Articles

  . Doctors have long known that taking antioxidant supplements may actually increase the risk for cancer in some people. One new mouse study offers an explanation why.   You see them advertised everywh[...]

The Seven Habits of Highly Successful Medical Students

On 04/Feb/2014 / In Articles

  Congratulations! You’ve made it through O Chem, survived your MCAT, traipsed around the country to every interview you could fit in your budget, and received that elusive acceptance email. Once you take[...]

WHO: Publications

On 04/Feb/2014 / In Articles

Highlight Laboratory diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections, including human immunodeficiency virus This manual provides a basic understanding of the principles of laboratory tests in the context of[...]

Pesticides increase risk for Parkinson's disease: Certain people may be more susceptible

On 03/Feb/2014 / In Articles

  Previous studies have shown the certain pesticides can increase the risk for developing Parkinson's disease. Now, UCLA researchers have now found that the strength of that risk depends on an individual'[...]

Some supplements might fuel tumors, study finds

On 31/Jan/2014 / In Articles

  New research suggests some antioxidant supplements, like vitamin E, might fuel cancer. Certain supplements that people once hoped would fight cancer may in fact fuel tumors, possibly by knocking out some of th[...]

National Medical Laboratory Accreditation Agency

On 30/Jan/2014 / In Articles

The Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN), charged with the maintenance of good standard of medical laboratory practice and services, including statutory inspection, approval and monitoring of all medic[...]

Crisis in the Health Sector - Clinical Governance Is the Way to Go

On 29/Jan/2014 / In Articles

  A HEALTH professional and former Nigerian Ambassador to the Netherlands, Dr. Olatokunbo Awolowo-Dosunmu, has proposed the principle of clinical governance as solution to the perennial crisis within the nations[...]

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