LUTH rewards diligent staff
The Chief Medical Director, LUTH, Prof. Chris Bode, said in the past one year, the hospital has experienced a lot of improvements and the management decided to reward staff behind the success recorded.
Hydrocephalus ailment in children, deadly but curable
The attitude of government, civil societies, parents and general public to hydrocephalus in the country is a breach of children’s survival, development, protection and participation rights, as enshrined in the Child Rights Act.
CIDL advocates infrastructural development in hospitals
CIDL is a platform dedicated to inspiring and complementing positive initiatives, encourage good governance, engender hope and recognise exemplary service, to reinforce good behaviour in the benefiting institutions.
Parents seek N8m to separate conjoined twin
James and John Ugwoke, born in May this year, was abruptly short-lived like the speed of light immediately it dawned on the parents, Obinna and Amarachi Ugwoke, that the newborns were conjoin twin.
Government, health workers resume negotiations over strike
The Federal Government and striking health workers are scheduled to resume negotiations today over the industrial action that has paralyzed the health sector.
Cure for cancer: Understanding herbal claims versus chemotherapy
When Roger McCreath, was diagnosed with prostate cancer, his world nearly grinded to a stop, but he gave no room for that to come to pass. Instead, he battled the scourge using a cocktail of herbal and conventional treatments.
National Association of Seadogs leads awareness campaign against Lassa fever
The National Association of Seadogs (NAS), Lagos Mainland chapter, comprising Yaba, Surulere, Festac, Apapa, and Badagry, has taken the Lassa fever awareness...
Patients groan, urge quick end to impasse
New admissions were denied while the elderly ones, who refused to vacate the facilities, were offered skeletal services by consultant doctors and others not affected by the ongoing strike.