A renowned cardiologist and the previous Chief Medical Director, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Prof. Wale Oke, said victims of cardiac arrest are likely to experience some symptoms, such as chest pain or angina days or hours before it strikes.
Goal setting: Achieving significant success among professionals
Perhaps, more than any other reason, the fear of failure has discouraged more persons from setting goals. The logic being that their inability to achieve earlier goals is the main reason to desist from attempting to engage in the business of setting new ones.
Experts caution against excessive, unprescibed use of sex stimulants
Some experts have cautioned against excessive and sometimes unprescribed use of sex stimulant in view of its health implications.
MedicoExperts Surgical camps in Nigeria - a blessing to Nigerian medical travellers
Nigerian medical seekers can now receive the best medical and surgical assistance in Nigeria through surgical and OPD (Outpatient Department) camps organized by MedicoExperts. Through the OPD and surgical camps, MedicoExperts offers not just minimally invasive surgeries and consultations to patients but also training to the doctors and medical staff for the overall advancement of the healthcare sector in Nigeria.
Smoking causes deadly blood clots
Smoking trendy hookah pipes (shisha) may increase your risk of a heart attack or strokes by causing deadly blood clots, scientists fear.
NAFDAC explains death of two-year old after taking de-wormer, Albendazole
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has provided explanation on the death of little Jerome Nwome, a Nursery 2 pupil at the Immaculate Heart Conception...
Why drug could one day replace exercise
It could be possible to get the benefits of exercise without lifting a finger, according to scientists.
Scientists engineer dengue-resistant mosquitoes to stop them passing it on to people
There is hope in the horizon that malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever, zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases could soon be wiped out.
Sperm could be harvested from dead men to ease donation crisis, say doctors
Men should be allowed to donate sperm alongside their organs and other body parts, after they have died, doctors have said.