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20 Jun 2016
Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh, United States (U.S.) have developed a unique method for detecting antibodies in the blood of patients.
19 Jun 2016
According to reports, 30 Nigerian women die every day of breast cancer, while one Nigerian woman dies every hour of cervical cancer. 14 Nigerian men die daily of prostrate cancer ...
16 Jun 2016
Drinking very hot drinks such as coffee or tea “probably” causes cancer, the UN has said.
15 Jun 2016
Drinking very hot beverages "probably" causes cancer of the oesophagus, the UN's cancer agency said Wednesday, while lifting suspicion from coffee if consumed at "normal serving temperatures".
2 Jun 2016
Scientists claim stretch marks may soon fade from memory thanks to a cream, which is claimed to stop them in their tracks, and its secret weapon.
31 May 2016
Contrary to earlier report published last week that gave mobile phones a clean bill of health, a major trial backed by the United States (U.S.) Government has found a link between mobile phones and cancer.
30 May 2016
There was also a link with stomach cancer, with less well-off families more likely to be exposed to the bacteria Helicobactor pylori, which is a common cause of stomach ulcers and increases the risk of stomach cancer.
27 May 2016
“In 2001 the countries that were mostly affected were in Southern Africa: here in West Africa, prevalence rate were low, in Nigeria at one stage less than one per cent.”
26 May 2016
The issues of male infertility and temporary impotence have caused a lot of problems in different homes, leading in some cases to divorce. There are solutions in both cases ...
20 May 2016
In further anti-smoking measures, the government has banned the sale of single cigarettes and tightened rules on labelling, advertising and selling tobacco to under-21s.
19 May 2016
Higher levels of leisure-time physical activity were associated with lower risks for 13 types of cancers, according to a new study published online by JAMA Internal Medicine.
13 May 2016
Determined to enhance health care delivery and combat the scourge of cancer in the state, Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, has announced the acceptance of the offer to....


20 mins ago
The Police Command in Anambra has declared 21 persons wanted over their alleged involvement in the killing of two indigenes of Ogwuaniocha in Ogbaru Local Government Area. In a statement issued on Wednesday in Awka, the command’s Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, also accused the persons of complicity in the disappearance of Igwe…
32 mins ago
The German government is considering a ban on encrypted messaging app Telegram after it was repeatedly used as a channel for spreading anti-vaccine conspiracy theories and even death threats. The app has also played a key role in mobilising turnout at some of the most violent protests in opposition to the German government's Covid-19 policies…
36 mins ago
Losing weight takes some consistency.  However, for some people, the results might take longer than expected, and contrary to popular beliefs, it might not be that you're not exercising enough. The truth is that exercising alone might not deliver the full results you want without changing your diet and lifestyle.  How do you fix this?…
41 mins ago
Bitcoin is undoubtedly an attractive option for sending remittances overseas. Using this virtual currency to send funds overseas enables users to avoid the high costs of money transfer companies and traditional banks. People around the world send money to their loved ones abroad regularly. The World Bank estimated remittances to hit the $550 billion mark…
57 mins ago
 Bitcoin continues to gain increasing popularity globally. People that mined or invested in Bitcoin in its early days are not millionaires. This virtual currency dominated news headlines in 2020 after hitting its all-time high record. And more people and businesses continue to consider this digital currency as a payment method and investment. Crypto exchanges like…