Algeria announces its first case of Coronavirus

There is a new case of Coronavirus in Africa following the Algerian Health Ministry announcement of a confirmed case of the deadly disease in the country. Algeria’s Minister of Health,…

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3 killed by Lassa fever in Rivers State

Three people have been confirmed dead in Rivers State in the recent Lassa fever outbreak across the country.   Dr Chinwe Atata, the Acting Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Health said…

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UAE records first Middle East cases of Coronavirus

The United Arab Emirate on Wednesday January 29, confirmed Middle East’s first cases of the deadly Coronavirus.   A family of four who arrived the country from Wuhan (the Chinese city where…

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Eight fruits that can boost your ‘sex drive’…. By Dr~Protocol

Most people always find ways to improve their sexual experience hence scientists have linked a variety of foods that can boost sex drive. Keeping the circulatory system in good working…

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Health benefits of eating carrots… By Dr~Protocol

Help prevent cancer Carrots contain numerous phytochemicals that are well-studied for their anticancer properties. A few of these compounds include beta-carotene and other carotenoids. These compounds promote immunity and activate…

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Garki woman reveals natural solution to Get Rid of unwanted fat, lose 17kg and burn off belly fat without coffee or slimming pills

Dear readers, If you would like to get access to a natural fat loss program that helps burn belly fat, tones down your hip, thigh, and reduces excess weight without going to…

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Rivers State records 4 cases of Lassa fever

Four suspected cases of Lassa fever has been recorded in Rivers State as confirmed by the Acting Permanent Secretary of the state’s Ministry of health, Dr. Chinwe Atata.   While the…

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Three killed by Lassa fever in Kano, 292 on watch list

The recent Lassa fever outbreak has also claimed some lives in Kano State as three people have been confirmed dead while 292 persons who had contact with the late victims of…

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Deadly coronavirus might already be in the UK, Heathrow passengers to be isolated

The deadly coronavirus which has already killed 17 people in China might already be in the UK, leading to the commencement of an isolation program for passengers flying into London from the…

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Immune cell that destroys most types of cancer discovered, and scientists are hopeful it could be used to develop a ‘one-size-fits-all’ cancer treatment

Scientists have discovered a new “killer immune cell” that could be used as a “universal” cancer cure.   Researchers at Cardiff University discovered a “T-cell” found in human blood that recognises and kills…

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Eight fruits that can boost your ‘sex drive’– By Dr~Protocol

Most people always find ways to improve their sexual experience hence scientists have linked a variety of foods that can boost sex drive. Keeping the circulatory system in good working…

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JAKIN Empowers 200 Youths

JAKIN, a nonprofit organisation through its annual Fresh Foundation Project has again empowered 200 Nigerian out of school youths. Through this it will reduce the burden of unemployment and promote…

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FG Moves to Avoid Multiplicity of Data in Health Sector

The federal government has said that it is making efforts to improve and harmonise data documentation in the country’s health sector so as to prevent fragmentation of health information. It…

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Firm Reiterates Commitment to Healthcare Awareness

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Sigma Pensions, Mr. Dave Uduanu said his organisation is committed to improving the lifestyle and healthcare of clients, staff and the public through…

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‘Zika virus causes delayed childhood neurodevelopment’

An international study has shown that the Zika virus may lead to delayed childhood neurodevelopment and impairment in children’s vision and hearing, China Science Daily reported on Tuesday. The study…

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African Locust Beans Prevent Complications Of Diabetes —Scientists

Despite the progress made in the treatment of diabetes, several challenges are still encountered. These include the side effects associated with these medications, the high cost of most of these…

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Pumpkin Seed Relieves Symptoms Of Prostate Enlargement — Dr~protocol

Waking up several times at night to use the bathroom, an urge to run to the toilet all the time or a feeling of not being able to hold it…

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Camel Milk Could Be Helpful In Asthma Treatment

Asthma is one of the most problematic diseases that affect both adults and children with greatly diverse symptoms. Many things can trigger an attack in asthmatics. Of particular note are…

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African Walnut, Beetroot Protect Against Salt-Induced Hypertension —Scientists

High blood pressure is a symptomless “silent killer” that quietly damages blood vessels and leads to serious health problems. While there is no cure, making small changes like daily intake…

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Like Banana, Plantain Is Miracle Mood Lifter…. By Dr~protocol

Emotions are a delicate phenomenon that can affect the whole livelihood, yet to control them is quite difficult. Many people have devised ways such as consumption of alcohol, hard drugs…

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Miracle flaunts girlfriend on Instagram

Four days after sharing his success as an ‘Instrument Rated’ pilot, former Big Brother Naija winner, Miracle Ikechukwu, is savouring love. Taking to Instagram on Saturday, Miracle posted a video…

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Govt should bear the cost of managing chronic diseases – Expert

GOVERNMENT has been tasked to bear the cost of managing chronic diseases through a robust health insurance policy. Speaking at the World Scleroderma Day organised by Me and Sclero Foundation…

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Ebola: Death toll in DR Congo rises to 1,540, says WHO

The death toll in the latest outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has risen to 1,540, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In an update…

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Nigeria has three months to be declared polio free

NIGERIA is about three months away from being certified polio free, the National Chairman, Nigerian National Polio Plus Committee, Dr. Tunji Funsho, has said. Nigeria alongside Pakistan and war torn…

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MTRC educates youths on dangers of drug abuse

  THE Mountain Top Rehabilitation Centre (MTRC), a faith-based organisation, has stepped up awareness about the dangers of drug and substance abuse among Nigeria youths. This year’s ‘World Drugs Day,’ has…

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Inside the minds of young doctors

After enduring seven years in medical school, sometimes extended by disruptive academic workers’ strikes young doctors lament that their future is often enmeshed in frustrations as they seek to make…

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