Wednesday, October 16, 2019
By Professor of Anatomy/Consultant Reproductive Endocrinologist dapo.ashiru@medicalartcenter.com 0700 MARTCENTERRecently, Sheryl Vanderpool of the World Health Organisation circulated a paper to the 15th-member FIGO working committee on Reproductive Toxins with a special request that we spread the information contained therein widely. I,...
The United States Centre for Disease Control (CDC) has warned about damaging impact of exposing children to too much toothpaste, saying too much fluoride, a major component of toothpaste was damaging to developing teeth. According to findings from a survey...
In Nigeria today, so many lives have been sacrificed all as a result of those victims resorting to self-medication and because some of the medical practitioners continue to make those drugs available to those victims without medical prescriptions from...
While doctors and surgeons have high training and take great care to avoid mistakes, they’re not infallible Today, you can undergo many different medical procedures and surgeries out of necessity or even convenience. While doctors and surgeons have high...
Sweeping the floor of the female ward at the Imo Specialist Hospital, Umuguma, Owerri, the Imo State capital, Mrs. Chinyere Nlemuwa cut the picture of a cleaner in the hospital. But she is not. Nlemuwa gave birth to a baby...
People who have insufficient sleep are more likely to be overweight and obese, accompanying poorer metabolic health conditions, according to a latest study by British researchers. he study, led by the Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine and the...
Tens of millions more Americans now have high blood pressure. Almost half of all Americans -- 46% -- are now considered to be in the high blood pressure category based on new guidelines released Monday. High blood pressure should be...
Have you heard? There's an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). As of the 18th of May there were 45 cases and 25 deaths and the virus had spread from isolated rural areas of DRC to a city of 1.2 million...
You now have a guilt-free excuse to chow down on that chocolate cake. Here’s why dessert can be good for you, according to science. Experts believe this is because eating more calories in the morning provides your body with...
* Says the phrase ‘graduate nurses’ has divisive tendencies. For clarification of some issues spreading fast among healthcare providers, especially nurses, the President, National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) Comrade Abdrafiu Adeniji, has categorically stated that any...