A black flyer with images of sperm cells all over it announces the day and the message on it says: “Celebrate World Vasectomy Day.”
Sixty health workers have been trained by a non governmental organisational, Action Health Incorporated, on how to detect symptoms of Tuberculosis.
A new study by Bristol University shows that women who wake up early have lower risk of developing breast cancer.
DELTA State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa and his Bayelsa State counterpart, Hon. Seriake Dickson have called for more efforts in curbing infant mortality and morbidity rate in the country. Both spoke at the recent launching of Bayelsa State Safe Motherhood Scheme in Yenogoa, the state capital. Welcoming the guests, Governor Dickson stressed the importance of the […]
Babies born to older fathers linked to increased health risks at birth.
Dr. Iwouzo said stroke which is on the increase was responsible for most sudden deaths.
The Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) has called on the police and other security agencies in the country to join forces with it to curb quackery in the medical practice. Dr. Tunji Omotayo, Chairman, NMA, Ekiti chapter, made the appeal at a news conference on Sunday in Ado Ekiti, to mark the 2018 Physicians Week. He […]
Gov. Rochas Okorocha of Imo has announced a N250 million start-up capital for health insurance scheme in the state. He made the announcement at the official flag-off ceremony of Imo State Health Insurance Scheme (IMSHIS) held at the Trade and Investment Centre, Owerri, where he said health insurance scheme was a necessity for quality life […]
The Management of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, Lagos, has rewarded 51 staff members drawn from different departments. Fifty of those recognised received the best staff awards, while a Nurse from the Psychiatric Unit, Mrs. Lateef Ibijoke, received the Special Recognition Award with a cash gift of N250, 000. Prof. Olufemi Fasanmade, Chairman […]
A coalition of Civil Society Organisations, CSOs have warned that the diminishing global efforts on Polio eradication will impact negatively on developing countries even as it disclosed that “an epidemic has just been declared in three regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo.” The 25 CSOs drawn from Africa and Haiti also lamented that Polio […]