Osibogun decries dearth of personnel in Nigeria health sector
Prof. Akin Osibogun, a former Chief Medical Director, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, Lagos, has decried the shortage of manpower in the health sector.
Continued importation of dirty fuel raises fears
At the ministerial meeting on promoting low sulphur fuel held in Abuja last year, governments in the ECOWAS sub-region had agreed that all imported fuel should meet 50ppm max, in line with the African Refineries Association (ARA) -AFRI4 specification by July 1, 2017.
‘Children are more susceptible to monkeypox’
As the dreaded monkeypox makes its way to several states, Professor Akin Osibogun, a renowned Consultant Public Health Physician and Epidemiologist tells TOBI AWODIPE more about the virus, signs to note if one has been exposed to the virus and steps to take to curtail its spread What exactly is monkeypox and where does it…
Epidemic looms in Lagos over piling heaps of waste
Except the state government and general public urgently rise to the occasion and impose sanity on the environment, Lagos may be in for disease outbreak of epidemic proportion.
Research can enhance nation building, says minister
The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has said that research is very fundamental in making decisions that are relevant and appropriate so as to enhance the nation’s building.