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Battling Bad Breath

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

Halitosis commonly known as bad breath is a medical condition that lowers self-esteem and affects everyday life and personal relationships. People with chronic or recurring bad breath often lose their self-confidence.[...]

‘Why Nigeria Should Focus More on Vaccine Laboratories’

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

The President of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria( AMLSN), Dr Godswill Okara has said there is an urgent need for Nigeria to focus more on vaccine laboratories in order to protect its citizen[...]

Poor Equipment Blamed for Spain’s Ebola Outbreak

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

Health professionals in Madrid have blamed substandard equipment and a failure to follow protocol for the first case of Ebola in that country. Health authorities announced on Monday that a Spanish nurse at Madrid&rsq[...]

Expert Tasks FG on Reproductive Health

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

The President of the Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), Prof. Oladapo Ladipo has said that Nigeria needs to do more in providing support for reproductive health. Ladipo told THISDAY that Nigeria h[...]

‘Spanish Ebola Nurse Touched Face With Infected Glove’

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

A Spanish nurse may have become infected with Ebola when she touched her face with a glove as she removed her protective suit after treating a missionary who had the deadly virus, a doctor treating her said Wednesday.[...]

Israel Steps Up Efforts To Contain Ebola in West Africa

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

Israel's Agency for International Development Cooperation, (MASHAV) will send three mobile emergency clinics to areas in Western Africa where there is a high risk of infection with Ebola.   In response to[...]

Zimbabwe: Nurse Banned in UK Over Fake Zim O'Levels

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

A ZIMBABWEAN nurse who faked her way to a diploma and a professional register in the UK has been banned from practising.   Sibusiso Nyoni duped Coventry University officials into giving her a place on a three-[...]

Namibia: A New World of Health Care

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

TRADITIONAL health-care systems are in trouble. In the OECD, costly hospitals and clinics dominate health services, and account for 97% of the United States' health-care spending. These systems are struggling in th[...]

Ebola: Spanish Nurse Battles to Live

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

THE Spanish nurse infected with Ebola is at "serious risk" of dying from the disease after her condition worsened on  Thursday, officials said. The nurse, so far the only person to have been diagnosed[...]

US, UN Demand for Swift Action Against Ebola

On 10/Oct/2014 / In Medical News

A top us health official yesterday urged swift action to prevent the deadly Ebola virus from becoming the next AIDS epidemic, as the health of an infected Spanish nurse deteriorated.  The United Nations chief me[...]

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