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9 Aug
Chief of Staff to the President, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, has said there is no limit to what the nation can achieve with healthy people, stressing that unhealthy living
30 May
Stroke is one of the major public health problems in the world today. It is the third leading cause of death worldwide after ischemic heart disease and cancer. Interestingly, most of these stroke deaths are found in developing countries. The current prevalence of stroke in Nigeria is 1.14 per 1000 while the 30-day case fatality…
4 Mar
Until now, studies have associated refined foods with chronic and non-communicable diseases such as cancer, heart disease, kidney failure, and diabetes, stroke, among others.
29 Nov 2020
The Chief Medical Director, University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Prof. Darlington Obaseki, yesterday, stressed the need for prompt medical attention for patients suffering from stroke
18 Oct 2020
Stroke is one of the many debilitating diseases in today’s society and a leading cause of death and disability worldwide with a prevalence of 1.14 per 1000. A stroke happens when a major blood vessel (artery), which supplies nourishment and oxygen to the brain ruptures or is suddenly blocked. Disrupting this vital supply line to…
15 Oct 2020
Stroke is one of the many debilitating diseases today and a leading cause of death and disability worldwide with a prevalence rate of 1.14 per 1000. A stroke happens when a major blood vessel (artery) which supplies nourishment and oxygen to the brain ruptures or is suddenly blocked. Disrupting this vital supply line to one-half…
4 Jun 2020
Can eating a diet rich in yam and palm oil prevent and ‘cure’ heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes?
22 Mar 2020
A stroke (or a cerebrovascular event) is a disease caused by disruption of blood supply to the brain. It results either from a stoppage of blood supply to a part of the brain due to a blockage in the vessels carrying oxygen and nutrients to the brain usually due to a clot (ischaemic stroke), or…
16 Mar 2020
People who eat a vegetarian diet rich in nuts, vegetables and soy may have a lower risk of stroke than people who eat a diet that includes meat and fish, according to a study published
29 Feb 2020
“The weather is hot. I can hardly sleep at night because I sweat profusely leaving my bed and pillow so wet. I have to wake up about two times in the night to take my bath.
30 Jan 2020
Can regular intake of tigernuts protect against stroke, infertility in men and diabetes? Recent studies have demonstrated how the local delicacy enhances optimal health.
13 Jan 2020
Recent study has found that drinking green tea three times a week could elongate people’s life and cut their risk of having a heart attack or stroke by 25 percent.

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