How faulty sperm triggers recurrent miscarriage
Multiple miscarriages may be linked to the poor quality of a man's sperm, suggests new research. The early-stage study, from scientists at Imperial College London, investigated the sperm quality of 50 men whose partners had suffered three or more consecutive miscarriages. The research, published in the journal Clinical Chemistry, revealed that, compared to men whose…
How drinking tea, coffee during pregnancy reduces baby size, by researchers
Women who drink tea or coffee during pregnancy are more likely to have small babies, research suggests.
'Girls should be told from young age that they can do things and be better'
Having worked at the BBC, ITV, Vox Africa, she honed her craft in hospital radio for the NHS. Since moving back to Lagos two years ago, Ore has found a home at the newly launched Lagos Talks 91.3 FM...
Safety fears over gene-editing tool, CT scans
Safety fears have been raised over a revolutionary gene-editing tool hailed as one of the greatest innovations of medicine in recent decades.
Africa’s public service and health sector brain drain
A report the other day by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation that Nigeria and other countries in Africa are losing about $2 billion annually via brain drain in the health sector is another badge of dishonour for a continent that has constantly been a symbol of shame and suffering.
How diabetes drug helps obese people lose 5.44kg over three months
A type 2 diabetes drug may stop thousands of obese people from needing gastric bypasses, scientists claim.
Flying doctors seek investment in air ambulance services
Flying Doctors Nigeria has advocated for improved investment and development in air ambulance infrastructure to ensure patients got prompt healthcare.
Reddington Hospital gets new GMD
The board of Reddington Hospital has appointed a United Kingdom (UK) trained Consultant General and Laparoscopic Surgeon Dr. Olutunde Lalude as Group Medical Director and Head of Surgery of the hospital group.