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Just ONE glass of wine impairs the brain's ability to read emotions and body language

On 04/Sep/2013 / In Articles

  . A drink with 16% - such as strong wine - alcohol is enough to disrupt the link between the parts of the brain that control behaviour . The breakdown explains confidence, aggression and social withdrawal[...]

An IVF world-first: 'Infertile' cancer survivor is pregnant with twins after ovarian tissue transplanted into her abdomen GROWS eggs

On 02/Sep/2013 / In Articles

  . A woman, known as Vali, was made infertile by ovarian cancer treatment, She had tissue taken from her non-cancerous ovary and had it frozen . Seven years later, it was transplanted into her abdomen . It[...]

Clinical Trials

On 31/Aug/2013 / In Articles

  Quintiles study to examine uterine fibroid treatments effectiveness in real-world practice   The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute has granted the contract research organization Quintiles a[...]

Terms of Agreement Reached between JOHESU and FGN on 28/8/13

On 28/Aug/2013 / In Articles

AGREEMENT REACHED AT THE MEETING HELD AT THE INSTANCE OF THE HONOURABLE MINISTER OF LABOUR AND PRODUCTIVITY, CHIEF EMEKA WOGU CON, THE HONOURABLE MINISTER OF HEALTH, PROFESSOR ONYEBUCHI CHUKWU, THE HEAD OF THE CIVIL SE[...]

Monster inside your body: How does a single rogue cell turn into deadly cancer?

On 27/Aug/2013 / In Articles

  . New book reveals how cancer takes hold of the body from within . Mutated cells have to overcome several hurdles to become tumours . Even this may not lead to cancer unless it enters the circulatory syste[...]

Researchers say you shouldn't wash your chicken

On 27/Aug/2013 / In Articles

  Julia Child did it and, according to recent studies, so do about 90 percent of people:  rinse their raw birds before cooking.    The idea is to get rid of bacteria that may cause food-borne[...]

First Prequalified Medicine to Treat a Neglected Tropical Disease

On 24/Aug/2013 / In Articles

The Prequalification of Medicines Programme has cleared the way for a medicine to treat lymphatic filariasis (also known as elephantiasis). This prequalification is the first for a neglected tropical disease and opens[...]

JOHESU STRIKE: Break your chains and demand your rights by Fejiro Oliver

On 23/Aug/2013 / In Articles

Silence never won rights. They are not handed down from above; they are forced by pressure from below - Roger Baldwin   I have tried very hard to restrain myself from writing on this tragic strike embarked on[...]

Unraveling The Medical Mystery: The Man With The 132-Pound Scrotum

On 20/Aug/2013 / In Articles

  Imagine carrying a bowling ball between your legs that weighs close to 200 pounds. If that image is too much to stomach, continue reading with caution. Wesley Warren, 49, spent more than four years with t[...]

Copper Linked To Alzheimer's Disease

On 20/Aug/2013 / In Articles

  A lifetime of too much copper in our diets may be contributing to Alzheimer's disease, US scientists say. However, research is divided, with other studies suggesting copper may actually protect the brain.[...]

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