Saturday, March 23, 2019
More than 1,000 residents of Isawo, in the Ikorodu area of Lagos, received free medical care and medicines from medical personnel of the 81 Division, Nigerian Army, Lagos, as part of the package for the military maneuver, code-named Exercise...
A Lagos-based firm, Stephen Akintayo Consulting, has urged Nigerians to pay more attention to personal hygiene and to support the underprivileged in the society. The founder of the firm, Mr Stephen Akintayo, made the call while distributing food and awarding...
The National Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday released the drug use in Nigeria report, stating that the drug prevalence rate is 14.4 per cent. The bureau in a report, which was uploaded on its website, stated that the 14.4 per...
Patients, who had booked appointments at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, were stranded on Tuesday as resident doctors continued their three-day warning strike. When our correspondent visited the hospital, many patients were seen waiting to be attended to. At...
A surgeon, Dr Benjamin Olowojebutu, says no drug will shrink fibroids in a woman. Olowojebutu, also the Founder, Benjamin Olowojebutu Foundation, a non-governmental organisation made this known at a news conference on Saturday in Lagos. Fibroids are non-cancerous abnormal growths that...
says doctors are overworked, slumping on duty …We will resolve the problem before Monday – Management Resident doctors at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, yesterday threatened to resume its suspended strike following state government failure to meet its...
The Medical Director and Chief Cardiologist of the Euracare Multi-Specialist Hospital, Victoria Island, Lagos, Dr Tosin Majekodunmi, has said that despite a significant improvement in health care service in the country, there is a need to invest in world-class...
The President, Junior Chambers International, Ikeja branch, Miss Gabriella Asisah, has said that the job of providing health care should not be left for the Federal Government alone. Asisah also urged individuals and corporate organisations to provide quality health care...
A Paediatric nurse at the Life Line Children Hospital, Lekki, Lagos, Mrs Alexis Essien, has cautioned pregnant women against consuming excess ginger. Essien, in an interview with our correspondent, said that ginger could cause heartburn for those with an ulcer. She...
Worried by the inability of indigent residents of Lagos to satiate medical service, a group of women lecturers, medical experts and others in institutions yesterday provided free medical services to no fewer than 1,000 indigent patients in Ikorodu The group...