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  • Clearing Up The Confusion About Salt
    If you’re confused about salt, I’m not surprised. There’s been a steady back-and-forth on claims that reducing dietary sodium (which represents 40 percent of the salt molecule) is crucial to our well-being, countered by claims tha[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
  • Be Sincere in Declaring Your Health Status – Osun NYSC Coordinator Tells Corps Members
    Ahead of the orientation exercise for Batch ‘B’ corps members, slated for November 21, 2017, the Osun State Coordinator of the National Youths Service Corps,(NYSC) Mr Emmanuel Attah has called on prospective corps members to be truthful[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
  • Pregnant Women Who Sleep on Their Backs More Likely to Suffer Stillbirth
    * There would be 3.7% decrease in condition if women slept on their sides as babies’ heart rates are less active when they lie facing up   Pregnant women who sleep on their backs during their third trimester are more than twice as li[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
  • Use Nurses As Keys To Connect The Dots In Better Health Care
    The American Nurses Association recently released a statement urging the U.S. Congress to “listen to nurses when considering the best way to move forward on transforming America's healthcare system.”  As the days wind down for[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
  • Comprehensive Nursing Law Proposed In Three House Bills
    The House Committee on Civil Service and Professional Regulation is flexing its muscles to pass a bill seeking the creation of a Professional Regulatory Board that would regulate and professionalize the nursing sector.   Batangas Rep. Mari[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
  • Hidden Camera Shows How WWII Veteran Died After Calling For Help, Gasping For Air
    A decorated World War II veteran died gasping for breath while staff at his nursing home laughed in front of him, according to hidden camera video revealed in a lawsuit against the facility. James Dempsey, 89, of Woodstock, Ga., called for help six[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
  • Vaccination: Kebbi Laments 11% Coverage
    The wife of the Kebbi State Governor and Founder, Medicaid Cancer Foundation, Dr. Zainab Bagudu, has lamented that the routine immunisation coverage in the state remains low at 11.3 per cent.   Bagudu, who is also a paediatric consultant,[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
  • Medical Expert Advices Pregnant Women Against Patronising Traditionalists, Quack Doctors
    A pharmacist at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Dr. Gbola Olayiwola, has warned pregnant women against patronising traditionalists and quack doctors.   Olayiwola, Head of Department of Clinical Pharmacy at OAU said that such would[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Nov/2017
 
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