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  • PACFaH Seeks More Health Budget Reporting
    To ensure that the government meets its commitment  to adequate funding  of  the health sector, the Partnership Advocacy for Child and Family Health (PACFaH) has sought the support of the media.   The Health Reform Foundatio[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Mar/2017
  • An Open Letter To The State Chairman, National Association Of Nigeria Nurses And Midwives ...
    It is with deep sense of humility that I write to convey to you my sincere feelings on the state of affairs of NANNM in the state. I am doing so as an enthusiastic supporter who devoted his time and passionately supported your candidacy during the[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Mar/2017
  • MCPDP Gombe State 2017 Action Plan
    This is to inform all intending participants (Nurses and Midwives)  in the state that the first edition of MCPDP seminar for 2017 is scheduled to holds on:    Date:   8-12/5/2017    Venue:  College of[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Mar/2017
  • U.S. Ambassador Visits JUTH, APIN Donates Computers, Others
    The Ambassador of the United States of America to Nigeria, Mr. William Stuart Symington, who visited the APIN in Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), commended the feat recorded by the hospital in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention.   Sym[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Mar/2017
  • Igbobi: Patients Stay Off as Health Workers Shelve Strike
    The turnout of patients was low at the National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi, Lagos, NOHIL, on Monday, even as health workers in the hospital ended their seven days warning strike.    When Vanguard visited the hospital around 11am, so[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Mar/2017
  • Endometriosis: Poor knowledge, Major Cause of Wrong Diagnosis
    A fertility expert has raised the alarm that many medical practitioners in Nigeria do not know about Endometriosis, a factor largely blamed for missed diagnosis in millions of Nigerian women who suffer this condition.   To this end, Dr. Ab[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Mar/2017
  • Too Much Time with TV Increases Chances of Diabetes in kids – Study
    Children who get too much screen time may be more likely to have risk factors that increase their chances of Type Two diabetes, a new research had said. Watching television, playing video games or sitting in front of a computer or other devices for[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Mar/2017
  • Caesarian Section not Curse, Matron Advises Pregnant Women
    An Ilorin-based matron, Mrs Saratu Bello, has urged pregnant women to stop endangering their lives by seeing Caesarian Section (CS) as a curse.    Caesarian Section is an operation in which a woman’s body is cut open to take a b[...]
    Date Posted: 16/Mar/2017
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