Why Aregbesola named Ila College of Education after retired soldier
Governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has renamed College of Education, Ila-Orangun, after Major Adeyemi Oyedotun, a retired army officer from the ancient city.
IVF pioneer seeks more centres to boost reproductive health
Determined to help address and reduce issues related with reproductive health that has plagued women in Nigeria and beyond, a joint pioneer of In-Vitro Fertilization..
LUTH management declares doctors’ strike illegal
The management of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi–Araba, Lagos, has declared the indefinite strike action by resident doctors of the hospital as illegal.
Fats and oils part 6
Depending on the type of fats and oils, they can either be implicated in the development of a disease or one that can prevent diseases that may be caused by another kind of fat.
Reducing high maternal deaths in Nigeria
Nigeria has been labeled as one of the countries with the worst maternal mortality ratios. According to 2015 reports from the World Health Organisation
How streptococcal infections cause kidney disease in children, by experts
In accordance with this year’s theme for the World Kidney Day (WKD), “Kidney Disease and Children; Act Early to Prevent It,” a Consultant Nephrologist at Healing Stripes Hospital, Lagos, Dr. Adewunmi Adebowale,
How high-fat diet raises cancer risk
New research on mice suggests that by boosting stem cell production in the gut - and also by inducing other cells to become like stem cells - a high-fat diet could increase the risk of colon cancer.
Drinking more water reduces sugar, sodium, saturated fat intake
Based on the fact that about two thirds of our bodies are comprised of water, it may seem obvious that consuming water is important for our health.