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  • Fruit juice can lower BP, says expert
    Health and fitness consultant, Dr. Bisi Abiola, has said taking fruit juice can reduce high blood pressure (BP).   She stated this during the monthly healthy living dialogue sponsored by Chi Limited.   The fitness coach added that[...]
    Date Posted: 22/Feb/2019
  • Do more press-ups to lower cardiovascular risk, study says
    Researchers, in a new study, have suggested that the more press-ups a man is able to complete, the lower his risk for cardiovascular disease.   According to medicalnewstoday.com, the findings of the study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School[...]
    Date Posted: 22/Feb/2019
  • Managing febrile seizures
    This piece was prompted by the need to educate our mothers on how not to take care of children with seizure or convulsion. A three-year-old boy was a victim of poor management of seizure disorder.   After episodes of seizure in the communi[...]
    Date Posted: 22/Feb/2019
  • Stroke patients can survive if well treated – Neurologist
    A Consultant Neurologist, Dr Olusola Talabi, has said that stroke patients can survive the disease, if properly managed.   Talabi, in a telephone interview with our correspondent on Thursday, advised patients to find out about the risk fac[...]
    Date Posted: 22/Feb/2019
  • UniAbuja Teaching Hospital honours 50 staff
    University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (UATH), yesterday, awarded 50 staff members who performed excellently in the year 2018. The staff are part of about 2,000 workforce in the tertiary health facility.   Presenting the awards to the staff[...]
    Date Posted: 22/Feb/2019
  • INVITATION FOR AN INDUCTION COURSE
    NANNM Anambra state council invites all Unit executives and Unit Caretaker committee members to a mandatory induction course for all the newly elected unit executives 2018- 2022 of National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) Anambra[...]
    Date Posted: 22/Feb/2019
  • MSF Launch of updated HIV/TB E-Learning Course
    In many countries where MSF works, rates of HIV and TB incidence are high. As someone working in these contexts, even a basic understanding would be valuable to your work. MSF’s revised HIV/TB E-learning course is an easy-to-use, interactive[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
  • Japan To Ease Language Requirements For Foreign Nursing Care Trainees
    The Japanese government plans to ease language requirements for foreign technical interns to work in the nursing care business as part of efforts to bring in more laborers from abroad, government sources said Wednesday. Japan opened up its nursing[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
 
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