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  • Nigerian Health Workers Begin Strike
    DARK clouds have gathered over the fortunes of the health sector yet again as workers of all Federal tertiary health institutions nationwide, under Joint Health Sector Unions will embark on an indefinite strike from 12 midnight today. In a statem[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Aug/2013
  • Paramedic Suffers Heart Attack While Giving CPR To Heart Attack Victim
      Talk about dedication to the job.   Detroit paramedic Joseph Hardman is being hailed as a hero for performing CPR on a patient having a heart attack — even as he began to have one himself!   One doctor said the odds[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Aug/2013
  • Poor Sleep In Pregnancy Can Lead To Complications At Birth
      Pregnancy can pose serious challenges to sleeping well. Poor quality and too little sleep are common during pregnancy, when many women experience fragmented sleep and symptoms of insomnia.  Even women who don’t generally experie[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Aug/2013
  • Nurses and Doctors to Raise Their Voice On Conditions They Work Under
      Nurses, under the banner of Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) and doctors from South Africa Medical Association (SAMA) and other stakeholders in health will be launching the Positive Practice Environment (PPE) campai[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Aug/2013
  • Unraveling The Medical Mystery: The Man With The 132-Pound Scrotum
      Imagine carrying a bowling ball between your legs that weighs close to 200 pounds. If that image is too much to stomach, continue reading with caution. Wesley Warren, 49, spent more than four years with this extra burden before having[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Aug/2013
  • Clinically Dead Woman Revived After 42 Minutes
      Australian doctors have saved the life of a woman who was clinically dead for 42 minutes. The miracle patient was rushed to hospital after a major heart attack, but was declared clinically dead soon after arrival.   With the aid o[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Aug/2013
  • Are Chemicals In Food Packaging Making Children Fat?
      . Experts Warn They Expand Waistlines And Increase The Risk Of Diabetes . Urine levels of one type of chemical, used to soften plastic, were tied to a higher risk of insulin resistance among teenagers . Another study group linked bisph[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Aug/2013
  • 5th Annual Oncology Nursing Training Workshop
    Department of Radiotherapy, university college hospital ibadan presents:   The 5th Annual oncology nursing training workshop THEME: Holistic Management of Cancer patients DATE:  26th - 30th August, 2013 VENUE: Omolola Alade Hall[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Aug/2013
 
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