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  • Why smoking is more deadly and addictive than it was 50 years ago: Charity reveals the und...
      . Chemicals added to cigarettes to ensure addiction, make smoke easier to inhale, reduce harshness and increase the speed nicotine hits the brain . Today's smokers have a higher risk of lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary d[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Jun/2014
  • W.H.O Hepatitis B Fact sheet N°204
      Key facts Hepatitis B is a viral infection that attacks the liver and can cause both acute and chronic disease. The virus is transmitted through contact with the blood or other body fluids of an infected person. More than 780 000 peo[...]
    Date Posted: 26/Jun/2014
  • Gambia: Serrekunda Health Centre Nurses Trial Deferred
    The two-count charges pressed against three of the nurses posted at the Serrekunda Health Centre at the Kanifing Magistrates' Court, presided over by Principal Magistrate Sheriff Tabally, was Tuesday adjourned to 26th June 2014 for continuation[...]
    Date Posted: 25/Jun/2014
  • Yobe Places Medical Students On Salary, Recruits 52 Nurses
    Yobe State Governor Alhaji Ibrahim Gaidam yesterday approved the immediate recruitment of 52 nurses and the placement of 104 medical students on salary Grade Level 06 in the state’s civil service.   Malam Abdullahi Bego, the governor[...]
    Date Posted: 25/Jun/2014
  • Spread of deadly Ebola virus in West Africa 'out of control' as 60 outbreak hotspots are r...
      - Ebola outbreak in West Africa is now 'totally out of control', medics say - Disease linked to more than 337 deaths in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia - Aid agencies and health workers in the region are overwhelmed by scale[...]
    Date Posted: 25/Jun/2014
    The Nursing staff of Delta State University teaching Hospital has embarked on an indefinite strike which began by 12midnight yesterday according to an anonymous source who called Nursingworld Nigeria.    The caller who prefered to rem[...]
    Date Posted: 24/Jun/2014
  • Organisation trains Midwives On Family Planning
    The Women Friendly initiative (WFI), a non-governmental organization, in Kuje area council, of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), says it has trained no fewer  than sixteen midwives from Midwifery service Scheme (MSS) and about sixteen pri[...]
    Date Posted: 24/Jun/2014
  • Leading Lights: International Council of Nurses Showcases Exceptional Work of TB Nurses Ar...
    Geneva, Switzerland, 17 June 2014 – The International Council of Nurses today announced the launch of a “Leading Lights” initiative which aims to showcase the work of exceptional nurses trained by the ICN TB/MDR-TB project who are[...]
    Date Posted: 24/Jun/2014
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