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26 Oct 2017
Life went well for Madam Mary Enigbokan until she was diagnosed with breast cancer, then she realized there was more to healthy living.
25 Oct 2017
The LASUTH CMD said the partnership with the South Korean representative would help to bring about technical transfer of knowledge to the hospital and support to people living with cataract in Nigeria.
17 Oct 2017
As part of efforts to stem overseas medical tourism by Nigerians, the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, says it will soon begin full cardiac surgery.
12 Oct 2017
Recent statistics showed that hypertension is the most common Non-Communicable Disease (NCD) in Nigeria and it affects about 40 per cent with approximately 25 per cent of emergency medical admissions in Nigerian hospitals.
29 Sep 2017
Specialist doctors at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, have recommended a kidney transplant for 21-year-old Ebunoluwa Adesanya.
5 Sep 2017
The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has rejected the terms of settlement reached with the Federal Government last Thursday and declared a nationwide...
19 Aug 2017
According to him: “What is medically advocated as first aid for victims from hot substances, such as water, petrol, coal, fire wood, gas and even chemical burns, is to immerse the victim in water.
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.
6 Aug 2017
From an initial visit to a hospital, to the conclusion of treatment, patients are often subjected to a series of laboratory tests, which may be routine or specialised, depending on the investigation.
22 Jul 2017
Former governor of Ondo state, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko has said political will and public financing is key to attaining the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in Nigeria.
19 Jul 2017
A member of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Kazeem Ademola Alimi is dead. The lawmaker, who represented Eti Osa Constituency 1 in the Assembly died yesterday two weeks after his 50th birthday after a brief illness.
20 Jun 2017
Being the Center of Excellence, Lagos is always exploring innovative ways of making life better for the over 22 million inhabitants of the city- state. Beyond huge transformation of the state through massive construction and upgrading of infrastructure, lighting up the state....

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It is under-utilised; a lot of electricity is lost in transit and I have always blamed the Nigerian system for mismanagement.
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After 234 days (33 weeks) of university shutdown owing to strike action, the Federal Government, yesterday, registered two new trade unions for workers in the university and teaching hospitals...