UNICEF has expressed fresh concern over the level of malnutrition in the Southwest geo-political and attributed the situation to poor adherence to Exclusive Breast Feeding (EBF).
Why sitting in traffic snarl is really bad for you
Sitting in a traffic jam is enough to send even a calm person’s blood pressure soaring.
Yusuf: How corruption, inefficiency, political interference kill health insurance programme
The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has failed in meeting its mandate of providing cheap and accessible health care to all Nigerians through a pre-payment method due to corrupt practices, inefficiency and political interference.
Eye Health: Balanced diet is very crucial
Eye care is of vital importance in any society, spanning all age groups— both the young and elderly. The Bible says: “the eye is the light of the body” and this light runs a risk of being extinguished, when it goes bad, hence, the importance of eye care
Osibogun: Proper hygiene, good waste disposal preventive strategy against Lassa Fever
For some time now, the rate of infectious diseases in Nigeria has been of concern. In 2015, there was the re-emergence of Lassa fever, after the Ebola outbreak in 2014.
Experts advocate early diagnosis to tackle kidney disease
Pathcare Laboratories have called on doctors to urgently send patients with symptoms of kidney disease to good laboratories for quality medical investigations to improve their chances of complete recovery.
Nigeria’s health indicators are abysmally poor – Prof Tayo
A leading pharmacist and lecturer, Professor Fola Tayo of Caleb University, has lamented the deteriorating state of healthcare in the country, accusing successive governments of making pronouncements without enough projection...
Expert says neglect of male infertility affects reproductive health
Akinloye, Head, Department of Medical Laboratory Science, College of Medicine, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
How lime, lemon prevent chronic diseases caused by obesity
Researchers have found a class antioxidants in oranges, limes, and lemons may help prevent the harmful effects of obesity in mice fed a Western high-fat diet.