UNILORIN teaching hospital denies using lantern for surgeries
The management of University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), Ilorin has refuted claims in a national newspaper (not The Guardian) that the hospital uses light from mobile phones and torchlight during surgeries.
Chef seeks food, hospitality policy to standardise industry’s practice
A culinary connoisseur, Miss Kelechi Onyeulo, has said that the country needed national food and hospitality policy to standardise practice in the sector to bring at par with international yardstick.
Being short, overweight could hinder life prospects
The saying goes that “you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover,” but when it comes to height and weight, a new study suggests discrimination might persist.
Colon cancer: Surgery remains only curative treatment modality - Part 1
Colon Cancer is cancer of the colon. It is also the most common type of gastro-intestinal cancer – basically the commonest cancer affecting the tissues and organs of the digestive tract.
Reps urge action against glaucoma
In a bid to ensure the wellbeing of the citizenry, the House of Representatives has enjoined the authorities to put in place concrete measures aimed at checkmating the glaucoma disease in the polity.
Eight skin super-foods for radiant complexion
Blemish free, radiant young-looking skin is something all women long for.Millions are spent across the world on creams, lotions, serums and other potions - all promising the perfect complexion.
Eye Bank offers hope for 1.5m blind Nigerians
The Eye Bank for Restoring Sight, Nigeria (EBRSN) has urged Nigerians to cultivate the habit of donating corneas for corrective surgeries among the citizens that are cornea blind.
Why Aregbesola named Ila College of Education after retired soldier
Governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has renamed College of Education, Ila-Orangun, after Major Adeyemi Oyedotun, a retired army officer from the ancient city.