Experts urge govt to include Cancer screening in Health Insurance Scheme
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Experts urge govt to include Cancer screening in Health Insurance Scheme

Some oncologists at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, Lagos, urged the Federal Government…

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Consumption of processed foods can lead to pile -Expert
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Consumption of processed foods can lead to pile -Expert

An Abuja- based medical doctor, Dr Nkechi Anthony, on Wednesday, warned that consumption of processed…

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NHIS Crisis: Why I won’t accept my suspension – Executive Secretary
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NHIS Crisis: Why I won’t accept my suspension – Executive Secretary

The embattled Executive Secretary of National Health Insurance Sheme (NHIS), Usman Yusuf, on Tuesday gave…

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Presidency steps into NHS crisis, says process ethnicised and politicised
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Presidency steps into NHS crisis, says process ethnicised and politicised

A presidential spokesman, Mallam Garba Shehu, says the Presidency has stepped into the crisis rocking…

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Some drugs imported from China contains human parts, harmful, NAFDAC confirms
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Some drugs imported from China contains human parts, harmful, NAFDAC confirms

Some drugs imported from China, into Nigeria may contain human remains, the South Korean ministry…

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Physician cautions pregnant women against chicken pox infection
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Physician cautions pregnant women against chicken pox infection

Dr Ovo Samiel, a medical officer at the General Hospital Ughelli, Delta, says women who…

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6 Rotary Clubs set to screen 1,000 women for breast cancer in Lagos
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6 Rotary Clubs set to screen 1,000 women for breast cancer in Lagos

Six Rotary Clubs in Districts 9110, 9102 and 1130 say it will jointly screening 1,000…

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Don’t use urine, breast milk to treat ‘apollo,’ doctors warn
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Don’t use urine, breast milk to treat ‘apollo,’ doctors warn

The Nigerian Optometric Association on Monday warned the general public against the use of urine,…

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How 18 Nigerians die of Tuberculosis hourly
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How 18 Nigerians die of Tuberculosis hourly

No fewer than 18 Nigerians die hourly from Tuberculosis (TB), the National Tuberculosis, Buruli Ulcer,…

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NMA again appeals to FG to reconstitute MDCN board
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NMA again appeals to FG to reconstitute MDCN board

The National Executive Council Meeting of Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) has again appealled to Federal…

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