Yakasai tasks pharmacy students in Africa on evidence-based clinical practice
Yakasai in his address during the 5th International Pharmacy Students Federation (IPSF)- African Pharmaceutical Symposium held at Pride-Inn Paradise Beach Hotel in Shanzu, Mombasa, Kenya, on Friday, June 17, 2016.
Properly timed exercise aids memory
If you want to lock new information into your brain, try working up a sweat four hours after first encountering it.
'Two out of 10 radiotherapy machines working nationwide'
Experts in the cancer care management in the country have bemoaned the dearth of equipment to handing the population of Nigerians coming down with the disease.
Senate, PMGMAN decry lack of appropriate medicines’ policy, alert on looming drug scarcity
The meeting was organised by the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Group of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (PMGMAN).
People with autism spectrum disorder can excel - Experts
Some experts on Monday said there was need to give special care to people with developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as they could excel in life.
33% of strokes caused by air pollution
Almost one in three strokes are triggered by air pollution, alarming research has revealed.
Green tea and Down syndrome
A green tea compound called epigallocatechin gallate could benefit cognitive functioning for people with Down syndrome.
Again, Ambode dedicates birthday to fight against cancer
According to reports, 30 Nigerian women die every day of breast cancer, while one Nigerian woman dies every hour of cervical cancer. 14 Nigerian men die daily of prostrate cancer ...