Ambode, Speaker, others lead 1500-man match for malaria awareness
No fewer than 1500 persons will on Tuesday walk in Lagos to raise awareness on malaria, as part of events marking this year's World Malaria Day.
Health experts advocate proper hygiene to beat menstrual disorders
Menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea) are throbbing or cramping pains in the lower abdomen. Many women experience menstrual cramps just before and during their menstrual periods.
Qualified professionals should head proposed National Centre for Cancer Research, say pharmacists
Pharmacists under the aegis of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) have petitioned the Senate President that medical doctors should not have the exclusive privilege as Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and...
Farmer emerges star winner in ongoing Astymin Promo
A fish farmer, Mr. Oladipo Ojeyinka, has emerged March Star Winner in the ongoing Astymin Get Alert Promo after his number was randomly selected amongst all participating entries for the month of March.
Why GM, foreign foods are not good for us, by Iwu
I have said in different settings that medicinal plants generally not herbal medicine will give us a whole big boost. But one of the biggest contribution is the sophistication of biosciences as relates to phytomedicine...
‘Tomato pill’ gives hope to childless couples
A nutrient found in a ‘tomato pill’ could supercharge sperm by up to 70 per cent and offer new hope to childless couples, scientists believe. The compound lycopene which gives tomatoes their red colour, is now the....
Turmeric fights drug-resistant TB by boosting immune system
The rise of drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) has created a great need for drugs that can help prevent the disease.The disease is caused by a bacteria, Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Health experts warns that STIs may become untreatable
The government health agency gave a grim warning that if the current cases of a so-called ``super gonorrhoea" become resistant to all forms of antibiotic there is currently no new drug available and the infection could ...
Hope rises for drug-resistant malaria treatment
There is fresh hope for the treatment of drug-resistant malaria even as more reasons are emerging why more Nigerians are coming down with kidney damage.