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  • Men Who Smoke Could Give Their Unborn Baby Asthma - Even If They've Quit Several YEARS Bef...
      . Increased risk of asthma if the father smoked before the age of 15, and the longer they smoked the bigger the risk . Adds to growing evidence on 'epigenetics' which suggests that poor health can be recorded in a father'[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Sep/2014
      PRESS BRIEFING BY THE MINISTER OF HEALTH, PROF. C. O. ONYEBUCHI CHUKWU ON THE STATUS OF EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE IN NIGERIA MONDAY, 8TH SEPTEMBER, 2014   . One Ebola patient discharged, confirmed cases now 19, survivors 11, 1 patient u[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Sep/2014
  • Some W’Africans Are Immune To Ebola, Say Experts
      SOME virologists who specialise in Ebola are suspecting that part of the population in West Africa is immune to the virus, and that members of the special group can play a crucial role in efforts to contain the epidemic.   In a pu[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Sep/2014
  • UNTH School of Post Basic Anaestheology Candidates List
    UNTH School of Post Basic Anaestheology Candidates List   The List of Successful candidates for the entrance examination into the School of Post Basic Anaestheology UNTH   Signed: Mr Anene C. O   * This was sent in by Nur[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Sep/2014
  • Ebola: World Losing The Battle, Says MSF
    The International President, Medecins Sans Frontieres, Dr. Joanne Liu, has warned that the world may be losing the battle to stop the spread of the Ebola Virus Disease. An international non-governmental organisation, the MSF, has provided me[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Sep/2014
  • School of post Basic Accident and Emergency Nursing List of Successful Candidates.
    Successful candidates for accident/emergency nursing program are to report to the administrative officer with the following items:   1) WAEc Scratch card for verification of result 2) Bank teller of non refundable acceptance fee to N40,0[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Sep/2014
  • Keep Schools Shut, Don’t Kill Our Tomorrow!
      With the deadly Ebola virus in our land, the Federal Government had shifted the resumption of schools from its earlier September date to October 13. Which was the proper thing to do. But after its meeting on Wednesday, September 4, apparen[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Sep/2014
  • Health Minister Says Disease Will Soon Be Stamped Out In Nigeria
      . The Minister of Health, Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu, has said that he is confident that the Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria will be taken care of.   Professor Chukwu, who led a delegation from the Ministry of Health to Port Harcou[...]
    Date Posted: 08/Sep/2014
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