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500 Benefit From Free Cataract Surgery

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

No fewer than 500 patients are to benefit from the ongoing free cataract operations being undertaken by the Governor Kayode Fayemi administration for residents of Ekiti State.   The Permanent Secretary, Minist[...]

LASG Seeks Sanity in Traditional Medicine Practice

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

The Lagos State Traditional Medicine Board, (LSTMB) has reconstituted its monitoring and enforcement task force teams across all the five divisions of the state to restore sanity to traditional medicine practice by mak[...]

EKSUTH Delivers Psychiatric Patient of Baby

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

A psychiatric patient, identified simply as Sheri, was on Monday delivered of a baby girl at the Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital in Ado Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital.   The Commissioner for Health, D[...]

Old Students Boost CMUL with Dental Equipment

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

The president of the 1983/88 alumni set of the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Dr Olayinka Ajayi, has said donations by the alumni were necessary to aid thorough dental care in the college community.  [...]

FG Seeks Reduction in Maternal Mortality

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals, Mrs Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, has urged government and other stakeholders in the health sector to make available life-saving equipment to[...]

Youths Urge Northern Govs, Leaders to Tackle Drug Abuse

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

Some northern youths on Tuesday converged on Katsina where they charged governors and other northern leaders to adopt a more pragmatic approach to tackle drug abuse and trafficking in the North.   The youths s[...]

Mosquito, Tick-Borne Diseases Set to Flourish in Warmer Climes

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

New research presented at this year’s European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in Amsterdam, Netherlands (April 13-16) showed that the geographical range of vector-borne disea[...]

Nigeria May be Certified Polio-free in December

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

Nigeria may be certified polio-free this December when it would have accomplished interruption of Wild Polio Virus (WPV) transmission for over three years. By July and August, the country would have gone through 36 mon[...]

Regular Hand Washing Prevents Diarrhoea, Says Sriram

On 17/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

General Manager of Reckitt Benckiser (RB) West Africa, Dayanand Sriram, has enjoined Nigerians to practice regular hand washing with anti-bacterial soup to ensure quality health and improved hygiene. The practice, he[...]

OAU Pharmacy Student Emerges Best Pharmacy Brain in Nigeria

On 16/Apr/2019 / In Medical News

Shalina Healthcare, is set to promote pharmacy as a profession in Nigeria by engaging tertiary health institutions in the country in the professional development  of young pharmacists.   The Managing Dire[...]

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