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How to Ensure Synergy Among Healthcare Professionals

Nigeria has continued to grapple with the unending disharmony and unhealthy rivalry among healthcare practitioners, which is said to have contributed to the dysfunctional

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MDCN inducts 120 LAUTECH Medical Doctors

The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) has given its nod to fresh 120 medical doctors trained at the College of Health Sciences

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Review NHIS Act for improved coverage, HCPAN tells NASS

“There is the need for government to review the NHIS Act as this would allow all Nigerians to enroll in NHIS. Now, for instance,

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Nonprofits Take on Nigeria’s Struggles with Mental Health

We have received over 500 calls from the helpline, about 20 percent of which were people with suicidal tendencies and about 98 percent expressing

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Three Nigerians Die Every Second From Tuberculosis – WHO

Every hour, 47 Nigerians develop active TB, seven of who are children, even as Nigeria is ranked among the 14 high burden countries for

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Socio-demographic Indices of health workers in a tertiary health institution in Nigeria

A cross-sectional survey was conducted in sample of 200 Nigerian adults in LUTH, Lagos. Bodyweight, height, waist circumference and blood pressure were measured

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Nigeria’s population 2nd fastest growing after India — PRB

NIGERIA’s high fertility rate and fast increasing population is receiving global attention yet again, following latest rankings by the Population Reference Bureau, PRB, showing

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How much health information on social media is safe to consume?

Because social media is free and accessible, everyone’s putting out tips and knowledge on virtually everything. Including your grandma (WhatsApp, duhh). In the same

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WHO endorses campaign to protect health workers, facilities from attack

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has endorsed ongoing campaign for the protection of healthcare facilities and workers in vulnerable environments championed by Ethics Resource

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World Water Week: How two thirds of Nigerians survive without potable water

Lack of access to potable water is a global concern. About 2.1 billion people worldwide, according to World Bank statistics, do not have access

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