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  • 7,788 Test Positive for Hepatitis
    About 6,702 persons tested positive for Hepatitis B Virus out of the 50,000 people screened for both Hepatitis B and C in almost 500 locations in the country, Hepatitis Zero Commission Nigeria has said.   The HZCN said the test was carried[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Sep/2019
  • Professionalism in Nursing By Linus Paul RN,RM, Bnsc
    Professionalism in nursing means much more than simply wearing a uniform and speaking politely. It encompasses a set of values that are critical to elevating the quality of patient care while improving the methods, standards, and judgments that gui[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Sep/2019
  • WHO Warns Outbreak of Flu-Like Illness Could Circulate In 36 Hours, Kill 80m People
    A flu-like illness could travel around the world in 36 hours and kill 80million people, experts have warned. A century ago the Spanish flu pandemic infected a third of the world’s population and killed 50million people. If a similar outbreak[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Sep/2019
  • 3,891 Tested Positive to HIV in Imo, Coordinator Reveals
    Of the 133,792 persons screened for the Human Immune Virus (HIV) between January and June this year in Imo State, 3,891 of them tested positive to the infection.   Also, two out of every 100 persons were infected by virus in the state.[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Sep/2019
  • Cultural Embellishments of Mental Illness
    Over the years, understanding of the interrelationship of culture, medicine, and psychiatry has changed enormously just as the understanding of illness, as distinct from disease, has also changed. Today, it is better understood that cultural unders[...]
    Date Posted: 20/Sep/2019
  • Concerns over Mosquito-Borne Diseases
    There are fresh concerns over global spread of mosquito-borne diseases as a species, Aedes aegypti, that can carry Zika virus, dengue and yellow fever has been discovered in Nebraska, United States (U.S.), for the first time. Aedes aegypti, the yel[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2019
  • Nigeria Needs Resilient Health Systems to Contain Outbreak of Infectious Diseases
    Worried by the devastating impact of infectious diseases such as Ebola, Lassa fever, yellow fever, measles, cholera and monkey pox, medical experts have called for the use of applied epidemiology to provide evidence for public health action. Mini[...]
    Date Posted: 19/Sep/2019
  • Invitation to Join the Sickle Cell Awareness Tweetchat With Nurse @Dabota_fubara
    You are kindly invited to a 1-hour live twitter event (tweetchat) moderated by Nursingworld Nigeria @Nursingworld_Ng ON Sickle Cell Awareness   To follow the discussions and participate in the conversation, we would be filtering all the ch[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2019
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