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  • Kano Purchases N2bn Worth Hospital Equipment
    Kano state government has purchased N2.8 billion worth high-tech equipment for its newly constructed Giginyu Specialist Hospital.   The equipment includes a 1. 5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging, MRI machine, purchased at the cost of about[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Jun/2017
  • Meningitis Outbreak Over, After 1,166 Deaths
    The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has declared the epidemic of cerebrospinal meningitis over, after a “constant decline for eight weeks.   It stepped down the Emergency Operations Centre battling the outbreak after it sai[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Jun/2017
  • Taking Paracetamol at Recommended Doses Could Harm Masculinity, Fertility of Unborn Baby
    Pregnant mothers who take paracetamol even at recommended doses might be harming the masculinity of their unborn son. And the common over the counter painkillers could reduce fertility in daughters too, a new study warned.   Researchers fo[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Jun/2017
  • Lagos Hospital Rejects MFM Pastor Injured by Badoo
    A minister with the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministry, Pastor Olawale (Solomon) Anthony, whose skull was fractured by some assailants suspected to be members of the Badoo cult, has been rejected by the Lagos State University Teaching Hospit[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Jun/2017
  • Elizabeth Folake Tade, Head of Nursing Services, Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hosp...
    Elizabeth Folake Tade, the head of Nursing services, Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital (OOUTH) Sagamu retired statutorily on 22nd June 2017 upon attaining the age of sixty.   Members of the Nursing department marked her departu[...]
    Date Posted: 25/Jun/2017
  • Nigeria: Blood Insufficiency And Healthcare Delivery
    The World Blood Donor Day, marked on June 14, has come and gone; but the lessons it evokes for Nigeria are not pleasant: that the country is not getting it right in blood donor practices, contrary to the World Health Organisation guidelines from wh[...]
    Date Posted: 25/Jun/2017
  • NCDC, FG Declare Nigeria Free of Meningitis
    The Federal Government has declared Nigeria free from the latest ‘Type C’ deadly Cero Spinal Meningitis (CSM), which claimed almost 2,000 lives in the country since its outbreak in late 2016.   The Chief Executive Officer of th[...]
    Date Posted: 25/Jun/2017
  • Study: A Partners Touch Relieves Pain
    The touch of our romantic partner helps to alleviate pain, suggest the results of a new study. Lovers' heartbeats and respiration patterns tend to synchronize when the partners are simply in each other's presence. But what does the role o[...]
    Date Posted: 25/Jun/2017
 
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