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4 Jan
By: Eyong Ebai - General Manager Sub-Saharan Africa, GE Healthcare Our purpose at GE Healthcare is to improve lives in moments that matter, and we do so by partnering to help deliver more sustainable and accessible precision healthcare. It has been a year to the day since I started my new role leading the GE…
3 Jan
Scientists have alerted to rise in cancer cases and deaths worldwide.
2 Jan
God is set to bring a remarkable change in the lives of those that seek and love Him in this New Year. In this dispensation of grace there is going to be a continuous reformation of the lives and character...
1 Jan
The Cedars House of Grace has carried out free medical care for the people in Lekki metropolis, where free blood pressure check, eye surgeries
31 Dec
The body of Archbishop Desmond Tutu lay in state on Friday for a second day, giving South Africans a final chance to pay tribute on the eve of his funeral.
31 Dec
Medicinal plants are not only popular for their ample store of active ingredients but also boast of several pharmacological properties including the modulation of components of the immune system.
30 Dec
The body of Archbishop Desmond Tutu was carried Thursday into a historic cathedral where he once railed against white rule to allow South Africans to bid farewell to the anti-apartheid icon.
30 Dec
Eight substances, including a chronic bacterial infection, a flame retardant, and six water disinfection byproducts, have been added to the Report on Carcinogens, bringing the total list to 256 substances known....
28 Dec
The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) has said 389 Nigerian agriculture export shipments have been rejected by the European Union between 1980 and 2016 even though 39 percent of it was as a result of aflatoxin contamination.