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13 Dec 2016
Recent studies have associated the rise in autism, diabetes, cancer and birth defects to increase in the use of plastics in making everyday containers, toys and baby teethers or pacifiers.
12 Dec 2016
Cancer cases rose 33 percent worldwide in the past 10 years, a new study shows.
23 Nov 2016
A community health expert, Mrs Karounwi Israel, says pawpaw seeds can help in the management of diabetes, stop cancer growth, kill bacteria and heal viral infections.
10 Nov 2016
More researchers are confirming that eating plenty of tomatoes could stave off wrinkles - and even skin cancer.
9 Nov 2016
While genetic factors may be involved in your risk of getting cancer, doctors believe most cases are down to unhealthy lifestyles.
11 Oct 2016
A World Health Organization (WHO) cancer agency is under scrutiny for allegedly causing too many public health scares.
9 Oct 2016
Following poor cancer testing facilities and attitude of patients, Nigeria records over 100, 000 new cases of cancer yearly.A clinical Oncologist with the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Dr. Oseigwe Evaristus....
8 Oct 2016
The Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN) on has said that Nigeria has over two million recorded cases of cancer with 100, 000 new cases annually.
29 Sep 2016
The immediate past Majority Leader of the House, Dr. Ajibayo Adeyeye lamented the huge funds taken out of the country to India to seek medical treatment for cancer.
29 Sep 2016
Cancer is made up of cells that are no longer subject to control by the brain or the DNA in the cell nucleus. Cells of the body are usually programmed to die after a period and this is referred to as apoptosis.
26 Sep 2016
More women are aware of their breast health and breast cancer, however some damaging myths exist that misinform women on the benefits of early detection and seeking prompt care. Here are just a few: Myth1: Breast cancer is a death sentence and there are no cancer survivors Truth: Being diagnosed with breast cancer is NOT…
22 Sep 2016
World leaders are presently gathered in New York, United States for the 71th United Nations General Assembly. Top on the agenda is how to tackle the widespread antibiotic resistance ...

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