Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Dr Abayomi Ajayi is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and Managing Director, Nordica Fertility Centre, Lagos, a clinic that specialises in the treatment of infertility. In this interview with Sade Oguntola, he says that infertility is not a death...
Professor Emeritus Umaru Shehu qualified as a medical doctor about 60 years ago. He has been a professor for over 40 years. He is now a consultant physician at the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital and a polio eradication...
The Chief Medical Director (CMD), University College Hospital(UCH), Ibadan, Oyo State, Profesor Temitope Alonge, has said patients rushed to the Emergency Department of the hospital will no longer have to wait endlessly to get the results of their tests...
UNIVERSITY of Ibadan, newly inducted medical and dental surgeons have been charged to ensure they keep abreast of new developments in medicine, especially in the current technologically and IT driven age, to remain relevant. Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan, Professor...
For those who are embarking on a sexy, new relationship and eager to make a good first impression, here’s what men say they expect… • Be active: Don’t leave it up to him to make all the moves. • Don’t stress...
The Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria (AGPMPN) said Nigeria is losing over $1bn annually on medical treatment abroad. President of AGPMPN, Dr Frank Odafen, made this known yesterday at an event organized to mark this year’s...
An expert expects that in 10 years there will be a cure for cancer. Speaking to The Independent newspaper ahead of the World Cancer Day on 4 February 2017, Prof. Karol Sikora, who is a former head of the World Health...
A new research has revealed that a lamp could treat ulcers. The study found that the light, which gives off a combination of infrared and UV rays, improves ulcers by 83 per cent after three weeks with no side...
Would you as a woman get pregnant and bear a stranger’s baby? If not, would you at least do it for your sister or your other relatives?Whether you do or not, surrogacy is fast becoming an attractive assisted reproductive...
Isha Sesay, a British journalist of Sierra Leonean descent, has thanked Nigerian doctors and nurses for saving her mother’s life. In a series of posts on Twitter, the journalist who works for CNN, said: “It would make a huge difference...