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National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control Public Notice

On 03/Sep/2014

The attention of the National Agency for Food and Drug Aministration & Control (NAFDAC) has been drawn to the marketing and sale of an unevaluated and untested product purposted to be a rapid diagnostic test kit fo[...]

Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) Decries State Of Preparedness

On 03/Sep/2014

The Nigerian Medical Association has expressed fears over poor preparedness of some states in the fight to check the Ebola Virus Disease in the country. The association has therefore inaugurated a National Response C[...]

‘Ebola, HIV, Different Categories Of GMOs —Don

On 03/Sep/2014

A professor of Plant Genetics at the University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Kingsley Akpabio, has said that the HIV and Ebola Virus Disease are different categories of genetically modified organisms. He stated that both[...]

Pharmacists Seek More Research Funding Over Ebola

On 03/Sep/2014

Community pharmacists have identified underfunding of medical research as a major factor delaying the breakthrough for an African cure for Ebola Virus Disease. The pharmacists, under the aegis of Association of Commu[...]

Pharmacists seek more research funding over Ebola

On 03/Sep/2014

Community pharmacists have identified underfunding of medical research as a major factor delaying the breakthrough for an African cure for Ebola Virus Disease. The pharmacists, under the aegis of Association of Commu[...]

Doctors Leave Accident Victim To Die Over Ebola Scare

On 03/Sep/2014

An accident victim was left to die at the Federal Medical Centre in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, when doctors at the hospital feared contracting the Ebola disease. Daily Trust gathered that a woman who was knocked down by[...]

Health Workers Launch Safety Measures Against Ebola

On 03/Sep/2014

CONCERNED about the vulnerability of its members to the Ebola Virus Disease, the Medical and Health Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MHWUN) have launched the World Health Organization’s Interim Infection Preventi[...]

Two Polio Vaccines May Give Greater Protection Against Crippling Diease

On 03/Sep/2014

Using two types of polio vaccines seems to provide stronger protection against the disease and may boost efforts to eradicate polio, a new study shows. The research involving nearly 1,000 children in India found that[...]

Low Birth Weights May Put Black Women At Risk For Diabetes

On 03/Sep/2014

Being born at a low birth weight puts black women at increased risk for type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests. The findings may partly explain high diabetes rates among black Americans, a population that has a high p[...]

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