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12 May 2019
The World Lupus Day was observed last Friday. And to mark the occasion, doctors have advised Nigerians to avoid self-medications. Rather, they should present early and visit their physicians for proper treatment and prevention of the ailment. However, experts explained that lupus potentially affects every organ and all organs of the body, including the skin,…
9 Mar 2019
Breast Examination STARTING in your 20s, if you are a woman, you should have a breast exam by a health care provider. It gives you a chance to talk about any changes in your breasts and discuss anything in your health history that might make breast cancer more likely to happen. You can also make…
28 Feb 2019
More explanations have emerged on why the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) banned the use of methyl bromide as a fumigant in pest control. Director General (D.G.) of NAFDAC, Prof. Moji Christianah Adeyeye, told journalists that methyl bromide causes toxic health effects and hastens ozone layer depletion. Adeyeye said methyl…
27 Sep 2018
World Sight Day (WSD) is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment. The theme for World Sight Day 2018 is ‘Universal Eye Health’ while the ‘Call to action’ is Eye Care Everywhere. Care Everywhere emphasizes the need for accessibility to eye…
26 Mar 2018
A lot of people tend to ignore the eye when they start giving early signs of defects simply because they detest the idea of wearing glasses. A lot of eye related issues can be corrected when they are detected early and most complications come from delay. Here are a few tips that you might need…
18 Mar 2018
One of the destructive limitations in life is Blindness in any form - Physical, Spiritual, Mental, etc. What is not seen cannot be appreciated or appropriated. What we see is what will be recognised and what we recognise is what will be appropriated. Blindness breeds ignorance and ignorance enslaves and destroys. It was said that…
7 Aug 2017
They were not born blind though, but each of them once lived in the world of the blind. They can now see through a time-tested scientific process known as cornea transplant.
25 Jan 2016
The eyes is the most important sense organ in our body, they are parts of our body that perceive light. They allow us to see the world and to understand how objects relate to each other. our eyes are the windows of the soul, a man won't be able to see the beauty of this…

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