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  • CMD Denies Accusing Community of Complicity in Nurse's Kidnap
      Chief Medical Director of the Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido Ekiti, Dr Majekodunmi Ayodele, yesterday denied accusing the host community of being behind the kidnap of a nurse working with the hospital.   Ayodele warned those behin[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Jun/2015
  • National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) To Proceed on Indefinite Industrial Action
    The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) of Nigeria has directed its members to Proceed on an indefinite industrial action.   This was contained in a memo obtained by a medicalworld Nigeria correspondent, dated 5th June 2015 and[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Jun/2015
  • Nigerian Union of Allied Health Professionals (NUAHP) to Call off Strike
    The Nigerian Union of Allied Health Professionals (NUAHP) is set to Call off its strike action on Tuesday 9th June 2015 at a scheduled press conference pending the payment of the balance of its union members at the University of Nigeria Teaching Ho[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Jun/2015
  • Twitter Gave Nigeria an Early Ebola Warning
    Twitter may have acted like a 140-character-long canary in a coal mine during the Ebola outbreak last year.   Tweets about Ebola appearing in Nigeria dramatically increased in the days leading up to the official announcement of an outbreak[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Jun/2015
  • UK Falls Short of 24,000 Nurses Due to Cuts and Immigration Rules
    Britain’s healthcare industry is suffering a nursing shortage of 24,000 staff this year, driven by a decline in student places, tougher immigration rules and spending cuts.   Despite a strong rise in EU immigration, 7,000 fewer nurse[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Jun/2015
  • EDEMA: Types, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
    Edema is a swelling, usually of the legs, due to the accumulation of excessive fluid in the tissues. The edema that occurs in diseases of the heart, liver, and kidneys is mainly caused by salt retention, which holds the excess fluid in the body. In[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Jun/2015
  • University of Ibadan Postgraduate Nursing Forms on Sale
    Sale of forms for the 2015/16 Academic Session Admission Exercise shall commence on Monday, June 8th, 2015 and would last for six (6) weeks.    All interested candidates are therefore advised to apply through our admissions portal :[...]
    Date Posted: 07/Jun/2015
  • Eating Placenta 'Does Not Benefit Health'
    Claims that the placenta contains vitamins which could benefit a woman's health have increased interest in the practice in recent years. But a review by Northwestern University found no proven benefits and no research on the potential risks. Th[...]
    Date Posted: 07/Jun/2015
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