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  • Mother's Dying Wish Granted After Her Nurse Takes in Her Son By Gillian Mohney
      When Tricia Somers was given the devastating diagnosis that she had terminal liver cancer last spring, her main concern was figuring out who would care for her 8-year-old son, Wesley.   Somers, a single mother, didn't have any[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Sep/2014
  • NANNM Representative Speaks on Unified Scheme Of Service For Nurses
    The National association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives recently held their Nurses week in Portharcourt, in attendence was a NANNM representative for the National President Abdulrafui Adeniji who spoke on a lot of topics including the unified sche[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Sep/2014
  • French Nurse To Receive Test Treatment For Ebola, Minister Says
      A French volunteer nurse working for Medecins Sans Frontieres who contracted Ebola in Liberia will receive an experimental treatment for the virus in France, Health Minister Marisol Touraine said.   The female nurse was repatriate[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2014
  • Japanese Researchers Develop 30-Minute Ebola Test
      Researchers at Japan's Nagasaki University, in collaboration with Eiken Chemical, have developed a way to detect the presence of the Ebola virus in humans in just 30 minutes. Professor Jiro Yasuda of the university said the new method[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2014
  • Foreign Object In The Ear: First aid
      A foreign object in the ear can cause pain and hearing loss. Usually you know if an object is stuck in your ear, but small children may not be aware of it.   If an object becomes lodged in the ear, follow these steps: . Don'[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2014
  • Exercising During Chemotherapy Can 'Dramatically Help Shrink Tumours', Scientists Find
      . Exercise and chemotherapy shrinks tumours more than chemo alone . It increases blood flow to tumour, bringing more cancer-fighting drugs . Means even walking could reduce dose needed - and therefore side effects . Study looked at c[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2014
  • EVD UPDATE: LASG TO PROSECUTE CASES OF STIGMATIZATION OF TREATED, DISCHARGED PATIENTS
    …Says appropriate facilities will be put in place in schools to ensure protection of children …Health Commissioner reiterates that Ebola Virus Disease is not a death sentence As efforts continue across the country to contain the s[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2014
  • Increasing Access to Quality Nursing and Midwifery Care
    The theme of the 5th Quadrennial General Meeting and 11th Scientific Conference of the East, Central and Southern African College of Nursing (ECSACON) was: "Increasing access to quality nursing and midwifery care: Nurses and midwives taking th[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2014
 
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