The Chief Executive Officer of Mouka Foam, Mr Raymond Morphy, has advised Nigerians on the need to have adequate and quality sleep, saying sleep is a necessary part of human life.
At a World Sleep Day organised by the firm in Abuja, Morphy said the role of sleep in mental and physical health co [...]
A non -governmental organisation, Field Intelligence, FI, has raised $3.6m equity to transform healthcare supply chain in Africa.
The amount was launched in Abuja. According to them, the money was raised in partnership with Blue Haven Initiative.
The head of growth department in FI, Pete [...]
The United State Agency for International Development, USAID, has urged the Nigerian government to explore a multi-sectoral approach to locate ‘missing cases’ of Tuberculosis in the country.
A representative of the International agency, Temidayo Odusote, said this at a World Tubercu [...]
A 2019 Batch ‘A’ corps member, Olayinka Emmanuel, who contracted Lassa fever in Asaba, the Delta state capital, was full of praise during the passing out parade in Asaba on Thursday.
Emmanuel was rushed to the Federal Medical Centre, Asaba, a month ago by his colleagues, where he re [...]
A Consultant Virologist, Dr Adeola Fowotade, has said that hot tropical climate as obtainable in Nigeria could help suppress the spread of coronavirus COVID-19.
Fowotade, a consultant virologist at University College Hospital, Ibadan, stated this at a press briefing in Abuja.
According t [...]
In a study of more than 1,000 patients published in the journal Radiology, chest CT outperformed lab testing in the diagnosis of 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
The researchers concluded that CT should be used as the primary screening tool for COVID-19.
In the absence of speci [...]
Intake of dairy milk is associated with a greater risk of breast cancer in women, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Loma Linda University Health.
Dairy, soy and risk of breast cancer: Those confounded milks, published in the International Journal of Epidemiolo [...]
It has emerged that over 518, 000 tuberculosis sufferers in Nigeria have had their lives s through the U.S. Agency for International Development, USAID, together with the Nigerian government.
The USAID through the Challenge TB activity implemented health facility and community-based TB case fin [...]
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