Adeluyi charges young pharmacists on outstanding performance
President of the Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy, Julius Adelusi–Adeluyi, has charged young pharmacists to standout by daring into other ventures like politics.
‘Why Oshiomhole raised health workers’ pay’
Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has approved a five per cent pay rise for health workers in the state, emphasizing that the wage increment is for all health workers including laboratory technicians, nurses and midwives.
Chef seeks food, hospitality policy to standardise industry’s practice
A culinary connoisseur, Miss Kelechi Onyeulo, has said that the country needed national food and hospitality policy to standardise practice in the sector to bring at par with international yardstick.
Polio: LG to immunise 11,900 children in Jigawa
Gwaram Local Government Council of Jigawa on Monday said it would vaccinate no fewer than 11, 900 children against polio in the ongoing immunisation programme.
Colon cancer: surgery remains only curative treatment modality - Part 11
Colon Cancer is cancer of the colon. It is also the most common type of gastro-intestinal cancer – basically the commonest cancer affecting the tissues and organs of the digestive tract.
Microbiologist identifies causes of increasing infection in health institutions
A Consultant Microbiologist, Dr Bamidele Mutiu, on Friday identified causes for increasing...
Eight skin super-foods for radiant complexion
Blemish free, radiant young-looking skin is something all women long for.Millions are spent across the world on creams, lotions, serums and other potions - all promising the perfect complexion.
Nigeria seeks Britain's support on training of 500,000 teachers
Nigeria has requested the support of the United Kingdom in the training of 500,000 teachers to be employed by the Federal Government.