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Inside Kaduna's 'Orthopaedic' Clinic

On 03/Apr/2014

  In a part of Kaduna State there is a flourishing traditional clinic, where all forms of bone fractures and dislocations are healed. The clinic even receives referrals from modern hospitals.   Musa Tim[...]

OLUMIDE AKINTAYO: WHY I DUMPED MEDICINE FOR PHARMACY

On 03/Apr/2014

Olumide Akintayo has every reason to saunter. He isn’t your garden-variety professional. He is a prouder pharmacist; you can’t be prouder.  A rebel of sort, he rejected his parents’ advice to go[...]

Scientists Reverse Erectile Dysfunction Without Medication

On 03/Apr/2014

MEN suffering from sexual dysfunction can be successful at reversing their problem, by focusing on lifestyle factors and not just relying on medication, according to research at the University of Adelaide.   &nb[...]

Eating Fruits, Vegetables Linked To healthier Arteries Later In Life

On 03/Apr/2014

Women who ate a diet high in fresh fruits and vegetables as young adults were much less likely to have plaque build-up in their arteries 20 years later compared with those who consumed lower amounts of these foods, acc[...]

Health Professionals Fault Newly Reviewd Health Bill

On 03/Apr/2014

Health professionals, under the aegis of the Foundation for African Cultural Heritage, have faulted the provisions in the newly revised 2014 National Health Bill.   Members of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nig[...]

Exciting Career Opportunity To Join The Evidence For Action (E4A) Programme In Ondo State

On 03/Apr/2014

E4A is a five year programme funded by the UK Department for Internanorial Development to improve maternal and newborn survival through a combined focus on evidence, advocacy and accountability across six African count[...]

Give Rural Dwellers Eye Clinics, Optometrists Tell FG

On 03/Apr/2014

Optometrists, under the auspices of the Nigerian Optometric Association, Lagos State branch, have called on the three tiers of government to establish eye clinics in communities across the country.   The eye s[...]

UBA Donates Incubators To OAUTH

On 03/Apr/2014

The Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife in Osun State, has received two incubators from the United Bank for Africa.   The regional head of UBA, Mr. Babajide Bewaji, while making the donation[...]

Report Defaulting HMOs, NHIS Tells Healthcare Providers

On 03/Apr/2014

Barely two weeks after the commencement of the re-accreditation exercise of healthcare facilities by the National Health Insurance Scheme, the authorities have called on all healthcare providers to report in writing to[...]

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