Project set to reduce maternal, child deaths in Nigeria
Several studies including the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United Nation International Children’s Education Fund (UNICEF) have shown that critical strategy...
‘How to reduce heart failure- related deaths in Nigeria’
Despite improvements in care over the past 20 years, reports indicate the chances of survival after a heart failure is still poor.
Lions Club proposes N200m dialysis centre
As part of measures to improve healthcare delivery and immortalise Dr. Isaac Olusola Dada, the Lions Club Nigeria has proposed a N200 million state-of-the-art dialysis centre in Lagos.
Foundation partners UI Research Centre to fight cancer
HEN Foundation, a non-governmental organisation in partnership with the University of Ibadan Cancer Research Centre and Femi Gbajabiamila Foundation recently staged a three-day awareness...
Remove import duties in insulin, save diabetic children – Experts
Seven-year-old Rachel Oni, a type 1 diabetic sufferer developed complications because her mother could not afford her daily insulin intake.
‘I connect with marginalised women and young persons’
Children should be mentored and educated on reproductive healthcare and about the physiological differences that are ongoing in their bodies especially at this age where sexually transmitted diseases are rampant.
Minister decries rising forex loss to medical tourism
The Minster of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole has called on Nigerians to rebuild their confidence in the country’s healthcare sector and its professionals.
LUTH rewards diligent staff
The Chief Medical Director, LUTH, Prof. Chris Bode, said in the past one year, the hospital has experienced a lot of improvements and the management decided to reward staff behind the success recorded.