‘Nigeria must usher Africa into era of space colonization’
It is my colleagues; their smiles and their team spirit. We had always worked like a team. I miss them. For sure, I will always cherish every moment of it, for the rest of my life.
Furore over deaths tied to causes other than COVID-19
In recent times there have been reports that most deaths associated with COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria and indeed all over the world may bedue to other causes.A new study found that 35 per cent of excess deaths in pandemic’s early months are tied to cause other than COVID-19.
How to ensure uninterrupted supply of medical products, technologies amidst COVID-19
The medical experts during a webinar organised by Bloom Public Health and Lagos Business School Sustainability Centre in partnership with World Health Organisation (WHO) Nigeria, IQVIA and Nigeria Health Watch challenged both government and the private sector to prioritise
Furore over tobacco, nicotine therapy for COVID-19
Some studies suggest that nicotine may play a role in combating COVID-19 and people who smoke may be at lower risk from contracting the virus while others identified smoking and nicotine as risk factors for COVID-19.
Humans can tell what chimps are saying... sort of
Do you speak chimp? They are among our closest relatives in the animal kingdom, and new research published Wednesday shows that humans can tell when a chimpanzee is happy, sad, angry or scared -- simply by listening to their cries.
Slowing spread of COVID-19 with contact tracing apps
As witnessed during the West African Ebola epidemic of 2014-16 and in today’s novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, disease outbreaks can spread rapidly
Enhancing personal effectiveness
When you compete in a field where everybody has equal qualifications, same education, exposure and expertise, you are on an even playing field and the only thing you can do to win is to find...
How yam extracts ‘cure’ breast cancer
A Recent study has demonstrated how white yam extracts could be used effectively to treat breast cancer tumours. The study, conducted by Dr. Joy Ifunanya Odimegwu and Prof. Olukemi Abiodun Odukoya of the Department of Pharmacognosy, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lagos, was published in the journal bioRxiv.
‘Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund will help contain COVID-19, other epidemics’
As part of efforts to provide additional support for Nigeria’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and better respond to the virus in communities across the country, as well as to strengthen health systems in the aftermath of the acute pandemic response..
The reality of COVID-19 and the future
The reality of COVID–19 pandemic has presented us with the fact that changes will be required to thrive in the near future. In one of my “Mind Transformation” Instagram Live Sessions...