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8 Feb
For humans, the first instinct would be to disinfect it and then cover it with a bandage.
3 Feb
Healthcare practitioners and sickle cell based Non-Governmental organisations have advocated for the need to educate the young and adult generation on sickle cell anaemia, which will help change their behaviours..
3 Feb
Determined to avoid possible service disruption, the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has intervened to resolve the dispute between Health Care Providers (HCPs) and Health Maintenance Organisations...
3 Feb
Uterine fibroids are the most common tumors in women of reproductive age and one of the commonest reasons women undergo surgery.
3 Feb
For more than a year, Adeola Fowotade struggled to recruit people to a clinical trial for COVID-19 treatments. A clinical virologist at University College in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, she joined the effort in August 2020...
13 Jan
Top on the list are huge asteroids that will race past earth at 43,000 miles per hour on January 18; Quadrantids sent up to 50 shooting stars per hour streaking across the sky on January 3
31 Dec 2021
Civil Society in Malaria Control, Immunisation and Nutrition (ACOMIN) has stressed the need to address gender imbalance in malaria intervention and empower men and women with right knowledge, as opposed to leaving any particular gender behind.
30 Dec 2021
Recent studies have provided evidence that the emergence of COVID-19 has further aggravated the spread and treatment of diseases endemic to Nigeria, such as Lassa fever, cholera and meningitis...
30 Dec 2021
Medical experts at the Faculty of Clinical Sciences, College of Medicine, University of Lagos (CMUL), Idi-Araba, have made recommendations on how to advance development of medical institutions in the country.
30 Dec 2021
Medical experts under the aegis of Academy of Medicine Specialties, Nigeria (AMSN) have made recommendations on how to curb COVID-19 variants of concern such as Omicron and other health challenges in Nigeria.
21 Dec 2021
A new analysis by World Health Organisation (WHO) showed Africa made significant progress against Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) over the past decade, reducing new infections by 43 per cent and nearly halving Acquired Immune Deficiency...
9 Dec 2021
Scientists have recorded major breakthroughs in herbal remedies for COVID-19 with discovery of green seaweed, licorice, gum laced with plant-grown protein, and antimalarial plants.

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Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega on Wednesday called the Catholic Church a "perfect dictatorship" for not allowing members to elect the pope and other authority figures.
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Combine operation by police and other security agencies in six states bordering FCT has led to the arrest of a suspected kidnapper and the successful rescue of a victim.
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The British pound sank Thursday by more than one percent against the dollar after the Bank of England intervened on the bond markets to head off a fresh financial catastrophe.
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The multi-platinum R&B singer Kelly, who has been found guilty of sex crimes twice this year, will have to pay at least $300,000 in reparations to some of his victims, a federal judge said. U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly stated during a hearing in Brooklyn that the money will reimburse two women, going by the…