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How to end the stigma associated with mental health challenges »

By Blessing Odega, Nigeria News Agency 
How to end the stigma associated with mental health challenges: Anita Madaki, an undergraduate, has been battling with intense feeling of unworthine

08 Mar

Pepsodent seeks to improve oral hygiene in Nigeria »

Pepsodent, a Unilever Nigeria oral care brand, is raising awareness on the importance of good oral hygiene practices.

07 Mar

'10m Nigerians have hearing loss' »

An Otorhinolaryngologist, Prof. Titus Ibekwe of the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, says at least 10 million Nigerians have “disabling hearing loss.

07 Mar

Soft drinks are poison »

Several reports have labelled soft drinks as extremely harmful to your health and a lot of people are already aware of the dangers.

07 Mar

Can weight loss be safe in pregnancy? »

Weight loss, a term many women are conversant with. You have either been on a weight loss journey, are presently on one, or will be on one in the near or far future.

07 Mar

Mixed results for local herbal ‘cures’ for TB »

There are mixed results for local plants used in the treatment of tuberculosis (TB) and multi-drug-resistant strains especially in Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) patients in Nigeria.

07 Mar

Bringing medical care closer to Nigerians with IDHS.HealthWise »

Prince Andrew Eweka, is the Managing Director of Integrated Digital Healthcare System Limited (IDHS). IDHS promotes IDHS.

07 Mar

Tackling rising cases of cleft lip, palate with free surgical repairs »

For every pregnant woman, there are possibilities of having a child with one form of birth defect or the other.

07 Mar

Why Buhari should urgently assent to Pharmacy Council Bill »

Pharmacists under the aegis of the Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria (ACPN) have given reasons why the executive arm of the Federal Government of Nigeria…
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06 Mar

How second person ever was ‘cured’ of HIV »

An Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) positive man in the United Kingdom (UK) is the second person ever to be declared in remission from the virus, a new study reveals.