BROKEN bones are painful and frustrating because they take a long time to heal. Not to worry, experts have confirmed Peperomia pellucida, a common vegetable, in Cameroon as effective in quickening bone fracture healing. In a new study, Cameroonian experts...
Scientists have discovered that the time of day we are likely to die is written in our genes. Researchers looking at the sleeping patterns of 1,200 persons who are each 65 years old, found that those with certain types of...
An eight-month-old Canadian baby has been issued a health card that does not specify the child’s sex, in what could be a world first. It has been done at the request of parent Kori Doty, a non-binary transgender parent who...
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...
Dr. Lateefat Oyeleye Abiola, the best graduating medical student at V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University in Ukraine, was on top of the world 30 June, as she delivered the valedictory speech. Abiola who was a student of Osun State University...
A disgruntled Nigerian medical doctor, Henry Bello, on Friday, barged into the Bronx Lebanon Hospital Centre, New York, United States with an armed rifle, killing one and injuring six others. According to the New York Police Department, Bello also opened...
A European Human Rights Court has given its verdict on a case of human rights that will compel a couple to allow their sick baby to die. The parents of the baby Chris Gard and Connie Yates have been in...
Former pharmaceutical chief executive Martin Shkreli has gone on trial in New York charged with fraud. He is accused of fraud relating to a drug company he previously headed, Retrophin, and a hedge fund, where he was a manager. He...
On 26th June 2017, Mohammed Mustafa Cengiz from Kano state, graduated from Kazan Medical University Russia with a perfect CGPA i.e, 5.0 distinction (RUSSIAN RED DIPLOMA). He received his award from the Russian Minister of Health and Rector respectively.
A Canadian nurse who used insulin to kill eight elderly patients in Ontario care homes has been sentenced to life in prison, local media report. Elizabeth Wettlaufer, 49, pleaded guilty earlier this month to killing five women and three men...