UK woman, 21, with no health issues dies from Covid-19, family say.

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UK woman, 21, with no health issues dies from Covid-19, family say Death of Chloe Middleton shows how dangerous virus is to all, family say. Matthew Weaver Wed 25 Mar 2020 14.58 EDT The family of a 21-year-old woman from Buckinghamshire have said she has died from coronavirus, which if confirmed would make her the […]

Could veterinary ventilators save humans in coronavirus crisis? | ABC News – ABC News (Australia)

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Could veterinary ventilators save humans in coronavirus crisis? | ABC News  ABC News (Australia) Dog, cat adoptions boom during COVID-19 pandemic  PetfoodIndustry.com Here’s how coronavirus could affect your dog  13 ON YOUR SIDE How to care for your pet during the coronavirus outbreak  BGR More questions answered about COVID-19  9NEWS View Full coverage on Google News Could veterinary ventilators save […]

Coronavirus around the world: March 25, 2020 – Global News

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https://youtu.be/4vsBHsvbG7w https://youtu.be/4vsBHsvbG7w Coronavirus around the world: March 25, 2020  Global News SARS made Hong Kong and Singapore ready for coronavirus  Axios Ming Pao row: If we learn anything from the virus outbreak, it should be the importance of free speech  Hong Kong Free Press FtS 23-03: China Reported Only 1 New COVID-19 Case in the Past 5 Days  TeleSUR […]

What Is A Designer Vagina? What To Know About Labiaplasty

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If celebs have taught us anything in recent years, it’s that the vulva and vagina aren’t off-limits when it comes to cosmetic treatments. From the Kardashian sisters’ openness about getting laser vaginal rejuvenation to Sharon Osborne talking about her vaginal tightening procedure, it’s clear that beautification treatments below the belt are becoming commonplace. And the trend is growing among non-celebrities too. […]

Coronavirus disease named Covid-19 – BBC News

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The World Health Organization says the official name for the disease caused by the new coronavirus is Covid-19. “We now have a name for the disease and it’s Covid-19,” WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters in Geneva. It comes after the death toll from the virus passed 1,000. Tens of thousands of people have […]

Kogi confirms nine cases of Lassa fever, four deaths

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The Kogi State Ministry of Health has confirmed nine cases of Lassa fever with four deaths recorded since the outbreak of the deadly disease in the state about a month ago. Dr Austin Ojotule, the State Epidemiologist, disclosed this in statement in Lokoja on Sunday. According to Ojotule, the state’s statistics on Lassa fever outbreak […]

Coronavirus Outbreak Climbs to 37,558 Confirmed Cases Worldwide and 813 Dead

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89 Dead Overnight as Coronavirus Outbreak Climbs to 37,558 Confirmed Cases Worldwide WHO Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Situation Report 20 No new countries reported cases of 2019-nCoV in the past 24 hours. Update on Cruise Ship Diamond Princess: On 9 February, Japanese National Health Authorities provided WHO with a detailed update on the situation of the […]

Strange disease hits Benue – 15 dead

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The Senate on Thursday alerted Nigerians that a strange disease has hit Benue state, killing 15 persons already and about 104 seriously infected. The Senate is suspecting that the outbreak may be coronavirus epidemic which it said require urgent health measures to identify. The Senate revealed that the outbreak of the strange disease occurred on […]

Coronavirus outbreak: World Health Organization says death toll has risen to 724 globally

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[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfy7K34fhdk[/embedyt] Coronavirus outbreak: World Health Organization says death toll has risen to 724 globally  Global NewsView full coverage on Google News Coronavirus outbreak: World Health Organization says death toll has risen to 724 globally – Global News Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

China reports 9,692 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus pneumonia, 213 deaths

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BEIJING, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) — Chinese health authorities announced Friday that 9,692 confirmed cases of pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus had been reported in 31 provincial-level regions and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps by the end of Thursday. A total of 213 people have died of the disease. The National Health Commission said […]

Coronavirus declared global public health emergency;on an unprecedented scale

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The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) emergency committee has declared an international public health emergency over the coronavirus outbreak. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus tonight urged global action to tackle the “unprecedented” outbreak of the deadly virus, which has killed more than 170 people in China. There have been around 8,000 confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide, with […]

CDC confirms first human-to-human transmission of coronavirus in US

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today confirmed that the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has spread between two people in the United States, representing the first instance of person-to-person spread with this new virus here. Previously, all confirmed U.S. cases had been associated with travel to Wuhan, China, where an outbreak of respiratory […]

Do masks offer protection from new virus?

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Do masks offer protection from new virus? It depends  TRT World Do masks offer protection against coronavirus?  P.M. News Coronavirus: Man’s concern over mask availability due to outbreak  BBC News Can Wearing a Mask Protect You From Coronavirus?  Medscape VIDEO: Shortage of face masks across the country due to coronavirus  WFSB 3 View full coverage on Google News Do masks […]

India confirms first case of the coronavirus – CNBC

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India confirms first case of the coronavirus  CNBC Canada draws on lessons from SARS to address novel coronavirus  Al Jazeera English Haunting moments captured inside the epicentre of the Coronavirus  news.com.au Opinion: China’s deception on SARS worsened the outbreak. Will it be any more transparent about the coronavirus?  The Globe and Mail Canada’s chief public health officer says a […]

Genomic characterisation and epidemiology of 2019 novel coronavirus: implications for virus origins and receptor binding – The Lancet

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Genomic characterisation and epidemiology of 2019 novel coronavirus: implications for virus origins and receptor binding – The Lancet Discussion From genomic surveillance of clinical samples from patients with viral pneumonia in Wuhan, China, a novel coronavirus (termed 2019-nCoV) has been identified. Our phylogenetic analysis of 2019-nCoV, sequenced from nine patients’ samples, showed that the virus […]

Coronavirus: Whole world must take action, warns WHO

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Coronavirus: Whole world ‘must take action’, warns WHO  BBC News Coronavirus update: Scientist reveals how contagious and deadly virus is  Express.co.uk Symptoms of coronavirus: what to look for, who to contact if you get sick and how to treat it  Telegraph.co.uk View full coverage on Google News Coronavirus: Whole world ‘must take action’, warns WHO – BBC News […]

Vitamin D deficiency: A pain in this body part may be caused by not enough vitamin D – Express

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Vitamin D deficiency: A pain in this body part may be caused by not enough vitamin D  Express Scientists Discover ‘Game-Changing’ Source Of Vitamin B12 In Water Lentils  Plant Based News View full coverage on Google News Vitamin D deficiency: A pain in this body part may be caused by not enough vitamin D – Express Source: […]

Nigeria Has Highest Rate Of Malaria Globally -WHO

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Nigeria Has Highest Rate Of Malaria Globally -WHO  SaharaReporters.com 4 December 2019 World malaria report 2019  World Health Organization Nigeria accounted for 25% of malaria cases worldwide in 2018 – WHO  Premium Times Nigeria Recorded Highest Rate Of Malaria Cases Globally In 2018 – WHO  Channels Television Malaria: Focus on pregnant women and children, stresses UN health agency report  UN […]

Nigeria: Out of 1.9 Million Nigerians Living With HIV, Only 1M On Treatment, Says NACA

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Nigeria: Out of 1.9 Million Nigerians Living With HIV, Only 1M On Treatment, Says NACA  AllAfrica.com 10 latest facts you need to know about HIV/AIDS  P.M. News World AIDS Day: Nigeria needs to tackle Mother-to-Child Transmission to meet 2030 target  Premium Times HIV screening: NACA educates Nigerians on new technology  P.M. News Out of 1.9m Nigerians Living with HIV, […]

PHOTOS: Nigeria, US Govt Launch Special Campaign On Eliminating HIV/AIDS

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PHOTOS: Nigeria, US Govt Launch Special Campaign On Eliminating HIV/AIDS  CHANNELS TELEVISION Nigeria vows to end HIV scourge by 2030  P.M. News 188000 HIV positive people not yet on treatment in Benue  Daily Trust Quarter of millennials avoid hugging someone who is HIV-positive, shocking research finds  PinkNews UNAIDS Executive Director’s speech at the World AIDS Day 2019 report launch  UNAIDS […]

FETHI, EKSUTH cancer registries take free screenings to communities in Nigeria.

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By Gabriel Ogunjobi Cancer registries of the Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido-Ekiti (FETHI) and Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH), Ado-Ekiti, sponsored by the Ekiti State Government, at the weekend organised an outreach programme on breast and cervical cancer screening for residents of Otun and Isan-Ekiti in Moba and Oye local governments. The Director of Ekiti […]

Lagos declares zero tolerance for maternal, child deaths.

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Lagos State Government, at the weekend said it has declared zero tolerance to maternal, neonatal and child deaths, saying women and children’s healthy living remains top priority of the state government. Commissioner for Health, Akin Abayomi, stated this while speaking on the second round of this year’s Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Week (MNCH). Lagos […]

Doctor dies of Lassa fever after performing surgeries on infected pregnant women.

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Doctor dies of Lassa fever after performing surgeries on infected pregnant women A Dutch doctor who contracted Lassa hemorrhagic fever in Sierra Leone after treating patients has died in hospital, while a second doctor is undergoing treatment, the top Dutch health official said… A Dutch doctor who contracted Lassa hemorrhagic fever in Sierra Leone after […]

Antibiotic-resistant infections killing twice as many Americans as once thought

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WASHINGTON – Nearly twice as many people are dying in the United States from antibiotic-resistant infections than previously believed, as so-called “superbugs” alarm experts with their rate of growth and spread. Issuing its first comprehensive report into the growing health threat in six years, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it had determined […]

The FG developes operational guideline for HIV self-testing in Nigeria

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The Federal Government has developed an operational guideline for effective implementation of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) self-testing in Nigeria. The guideline outlines the principles for delivery approach, package, quality assurance and coordination for HIVST in the country. Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, who stated this during dissemination of the guideline and report of the […]

Strain of wild poliovirus eradicated: WHO

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Wild poliovirus type 3 has been eradicated, the World Health Organization said Thursday, hailing the development as an “historic achievement for humanity” that leaves only one strain of the virus in transmission. All three types of wildpolio can cause paralysis and death, but WHO categorises them separately in terms of eradication because of certain virological […]

Researchers identify new antiviral drug effectively treats influenza infection

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A new antiviral drug that induces mutations in the genetic material of influenza virus is highly effective in treating influenza infection in animals and human airway tissue and could be a groundbreaking advance in influenza therapy, according to a study by the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State University. The antiviral drug blocks RNA polymerase, the […]

New study identifies gene that causes intellectual disability syndrome

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New study identifies gene that causes intellectual disability syndrome  News-Medical.net IQSEC1 gene mutations cause new intellectual disability syndrome  Medical Xpress View full coverage on Google News New study identifies gene that causes intellectual disability syndrome – News-Medical.net Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Researchers use EHRs to identify cancer symptom clusters

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Patients with chronic diseases such as breast cancer or colorectal cancer often experience fatigue, pain, depression and other symptoms which can lead to distress and functional impairment if left untreated. With the ultimate goal of helping clinicians manage and treat symptoms that negatively affect health and quality of life, researchers from the Regenstrief Institute and […]

Local Scientists from African Countries Often Overlooked in International Collaborations on Global Health Research

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Local Scientists from African Countries Often Overlooked in International Collaborations on Global Health Research  Global Health News Wire Local Scientists from African Countries Often Overlooked in International Collaborations on Global Health Research – Global Health News Wire Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

A Potential New Therapeutic Option for Sickle Cell Disease and β-Thalassemia

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, 2019/PRNewswire/ — An article published in Experimental Biology and Medicine(Volume 244, Issue 14, October 2019) (https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1535370219872995) reports a possible future treatment option for patients with sickle cell disease and β-thalassemia. The study led by Dr. Li Liu in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson, Texas (USA), reports that δ-aminolevulinate (ALA), a heme precursor, […]

Nigerian governors funding pilgrimages, instead of HIV/AIDS treatment.

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Nigerian governors funding pilgrimages, instead of HIV/AIDS treatment…  Premium Times Nigeria pledges $12 million to end HIV, TB, malaria  Latest News in Nigeria & Breaking Naija News 24/7 | LEGIT.NG HIV/AIDS: Nigeria pledges $12m to Global Fund towards tackling menace  Vanguard View full coverage on Google News Nigerian governors funding pilgrimages, instead of HIV/AIDS treatment… – Premium Times […]

Smartphones may help you take medicine time

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Smartphones may help you take medicine time. By IANS | Published:Mon, October 21, 2019 8:49am The smartphone is now frequently blamed for a lot of health problems, but it appears that the device may also have a positive impact on heart patients. Researchers have found that a simple app can be a cost effective way of helping […]

HIV-positive Florida man, 26, faces charges for having sex with women

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Gentry Burns (Volusia County Sheriff’s Office) UPDATE: The Sheriff’s Office believes that Burns traveled extensively along the east coast of the United States and may have had contact with other victims in other states. Detectives are asking anyone who believes they may be a victim to contact the Volusia Sheriff’s Office. The best way to report […]

49 per cent children under five not growing well in Nigeria – UNICEF

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49 per cent children under five not growing well in Nigeria – UNICEF UNICEF Nigeria said this in a statement and added that malnutrition remains a major public health and development concern. In Nigeria, Aisah Mairo Iddris, a health worker measures a child who is undergoing treatment for malnutrition. [UNICEF/UN0260697/Esiebo] The United Nations Children Fund […]

Suicide Attempts Rising Among Black Teens

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Suicide Attempts Rising Among Black Teens “ By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Oct. 14, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Historically, black teenagers in the United States have had lower suicide rates than whites. But a new study finds that more black teens have been attempting suicide in recent years — and experts are not sure why. […]

NIGERIAN govt. scaling up prevention services for HIV.

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THE Country Director, Heartland Alliance International (HAI), Mr Batholomew Ochonye, on Monday, commended the Federal, States and Local Governments for scaling up prevention services for HIV and AIDS. Ochonye, in an interview, told News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that some states of the federation had taken over the bills for treatment and prevention […]

All you need to know about the HPV virus and vaccine

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All you need to know about the HPV virus and vaccine  Daily Nation Before the end of September, the government will begin a nationwide campaign to vaccinate young girls aged 10 against the risk of contracting cervical cancer. All you need to know about the HPV virus and vaccine – Daily Nation Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

HIV/AIDS activists demand bio-metrics registration for people on ARV treatment

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HIV/AIDS activists demand bio-metrics registration for people on ARV treatment  Independent Indy man shares story of living with HIV ahead of National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day  FOX 59 Indianapolis View full coverage on Google News HIV/AIDS activists demand bio-metrics registration for people on ARV treatment – Independent Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Vitamin D is good for the bones, but what about the heart?

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Vitamin D is good for the bones, but what about the heart?  Medical Xpress Vitamin D plays an important role in overall health, but if you’ve been taking supplements to strengthen your heart, recent research may disappoint you. Vitamin D is good for the bones, but what about the heart? – Medical Xpress Source: Nigerian Healthcare […]

Best supplements for cholesterol: Three supplements proven to lower cholesterol – Express

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Best supplements for cholesterol: Three supplements proven to lower cholesterol  Express BEST supplements for cholesterol: High cholesterol is a dangerous precursor to a number of serious health complications. Taking steps to lower cholesterol can … Best supplements for cholesterol: Three supplements proven to lower cholesterol – Express Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

In Ivory Coast, telemedicine revolution proves blessing for heart patients – Independent

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In Ivory Coast, telemedicine revolution proves blessing for heart patients  Independent Bouaké, Ivory Coast | AFP | Every time Catherine Coulibaly’s 19-year-old son had to make a routine appointment with the cardiologist for his heart condition, she … In Ivory Coast, telemedicine revolution proves blessing for heart patients – Independent Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

World’s first malaria vaccine released

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The world’s first malaria vaccine is being rolled out in parts of Kenya from Friday, after previously being released in Ghana and Malawi. It will be added to the routine vaccination schedule, and more than 300,000 children are expected to receive the vaccine over the next three years. Malaria kills more than 400,000 people globally […]

Current Tuberculosis in 2019

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According to Lancet executive summary: “Tuberculosis remains the leading cause of death from an infectious disease worldwide. With the targets of the WHO End TB Strategy set, the need for effective prevention and treatment is even more urgent. Despite the many challenges faced in tuberculosis research, including low capacity for human efficacy testing of vaccines, […]

Cameroonians with HIV face ‘a death sentence’ as Global Fund threatens to pull antiretroviral drugs – Global Voices

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Cameroonians with HIV face ‘a death sentence’ as Global Fund threatens to pull antiretroviral drugs  Global Voices Global Fund has warned it will withdraw its international aid to fight HIV with free antiretroviral (ARV) drugs in Cameroon, should the country continue to dodge … Cameroonians with HIV face ‘a death sentence’ as Global Fund threatens to […]

Advanced MRI brain scan may help predict stroke-related dementia – EurekAlert

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Advanced MRI brain scan may help predict stroke-related dementia  EurekAlert An advanced MRI brain scan analysis in patients with stroke-damaged blood vessels helped predict problems with thinking (planning, organizing information … Advanced MRI brain scan may help predict stroke-related dementia – EurekAlert Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Nigeria: Hand Washing Died When Nigeria Became Ebola Free.

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By Rebecca Ejifoma The Managing Director of Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh (DRASA) Health Trust, Dr. Niniola Williams, has decried the unfortunate decline in the practice of hand washing and use of hand sanitiser since Nigeria became Ebola-free. Indeed, 2014 was a year to remember in Nigeria after Patrick Sawyer brought the virulent Ebola virus in […]

Ask Dr. Nandi: New strain of strep causing cases of scarlet fever

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(WXYZ) — A new more toxic strain of Strep has been discovered. And it’s causing outbreaks of scarlet fever over in Britain. Can we expect it to arrive here in the US? Experts say yes. Let me first start with explaining strep, it’s a group of bacteria known as Group A streptococcus or group A […]

The prevalence of diabetes in the African region

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The prevalence of diabetes in the African region  Open Access Government In this interview, Jean-Marie Dangou from the WHO Regional Office for Africa discusses diabetes in the African region, including lack of access to treatment and … The prevalence of diabetes in the African region – Open Access Government Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

A little kindness goes a long way for worker performance and health

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A little kindness goes a long way for worker performance and health  Science Daily Small gestures of kindness by employers can have big impacts on employees’ health and work performance, according to an international team of researchers. A little kindness goes a long way for worker performance and health – Science Daily Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

HIV treatment and prevention in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

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Although, Akwa Ibom state has recorded a significant drop in HIV prevalence to 5.5 per cent from 10.8 per cent in 2013, about 5.5 per cent of the people between the ages of 15 and 64 are not all on regular treatment, as reported by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Mr Patrick Essiet. According […]

Guinea: Mortality risk for Ebola survivors is five times greater than general population

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In Guinea, Mortality risk for Ebola survivors is five times greater than general population September 7, 2019 Ebola survivors in Guinea face a more than five times greater risk for mortality after hospital discharge than the general population, according to findings from a retrospective cohort study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. Most deaths among […]

Google Maps abortion clinic searches show; pro-life clinics

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Google Maps abortion clinic searches show ‘pro-life’ clinics: Report  Business Insider The “abortion clinic” category in Google Maps is intended for clinics that offer the procedure, but other organizations are still showing up. Google Maps abortion clinic searches show ‘pro-life’ clinics: Report – Business Insider Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

WHO Teams With Facebook Against Misinformation On Social Media, concerning Vaccines.

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The World Health Organization has reached an agreement with Facebook to direct millions of users to WHO sites where they can get accurate information about vaccines. WHO spokeswoman Fadela Chaib tells VOA that misinformation about vaccines is a global health threat that could reverse decades of progress made in tackling preventable illnesses. “Consider for example, […]

Study: Drinking More Than Two Sodas Daily Can Increase Risk of Death

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Study: Drinking More Than Two Sodas Daily Can Increase Risk of Death  Mental Floss New study links sugar-free sodas to higher risk of death  New York Post View full coverage on Google News Study: Drinking More Than Two Sodas Daily Can Increase Risk of Death – Mental Floss Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Health Officials Declare End of NYC Measles Outbreak

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Health Officials Declare End of NYC Measles Outbreak  collive.com NYC measles outbreak in Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods declared over  The Jerusalem Post NYC health officials say measles outbreak has ended  PIX11 News Measles Outbreak In Brooklyn Orthodox Neighborhoods Declared Over  Forward NYC measles outbreak declared over  Arutz Sheva View full coverage on Google News Health Officials Declare End of NYC Measles […]

Study shows a new type of diabetes drug may cut heart failure risk by 34%

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Type 2 diabetes affects millions of people all around the world. According to recent reports, a new type of drug has been developed for type 2 diabetes. They are called the SGLT2 inhibitors or the sodium-glucose cotransporter 2. This drug has been associated with reduced risk of heart failure and deaths caused due to the […]

Children on front line of fight to stop spread of Ebola – Pulse Nigeria

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Children on front line of fight to stop spread of Ebola  Pulse Nigeria Nine-year-old girl dies from Ebola in Uganda  The Punch DR Congo Ebola deaths top 2,000  BBC News Nine-year- old girl tests positive for Ebola in Uganda  The Citizen Ebola outbreak: death toll tops 2,000 in DRC as new case found in Uganda  Telegraph.co.uk View full coverage on […]

Researchers identify second gene mutation linked to HIV resistance

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Researchers identify second gene mutation linked to HIV resistance  Malay Mail WASHINGTON, Aug 30 — A rare genetic mutation that causes a form of muscular dystrophy affecting the limbs also protects against HIV infection, Spanish … View full coverage on Google News Researchers identify second gene mutation linked to HIV resistance – Malay Mail Source: Nigerian […]

Vaccines group seeks $7.4 billion to save up to 8 million lives

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Vaccines group seeks $7.4 billion to save up to 8 million lives  Gulf Today The GAVI global vaccines alliance on Friday called on donors for $7.4 billion to help immunise 300 million children against life-threatening diseases between … View full coverage on Google News Vaccines group seeks .4 billion to save up to 8 million lives […]

WHO announces global registry on human genome editing

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WHO announces global registry on human genome editing  China.org.cn WHO launches global registry on human genome editing  World Health Organization WHO launches genetic research register after designer-baby scandal  CNA View full coverage on Google News WHO announces global registry on human genome editing – China.org.cn Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

FDA clears Ebola rapid antigen fingerstick test with portable reader

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FDA clears Ebola rapid antigen fingerstick test with portable reader  News-Medical.net Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced that an emergency use authorization (EUA) has been issued for a rapid, single-use test for the … FDA clears Ebola rapid antigen fingerstick test with portable reader – News-Medical.net Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

The science of addiction: a personal struggle to kick cocaine gives a neuroscientist unique insights

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The science of addiction: a personal struggle to kick cocaine gives a neuroscientist unique insights  The Guardian Having survived a decade of drink and drugs as a young woman, Professor Judith Grisel focused all her determination on writing a book about addiction. The science of addiction: a personal struggle to kick cocaine gives a neuroscientist unique […]

Society reiterates cooperation with UNAIDS to attain HIV-free Nigeria

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Society reiterates cooperation with UNAIDS to attain HIV-free Nigeria  Guardian Adolescent girls, women remain disproportionately affected by HIV – Mabuza  Eyewitness News Mabuza wants more HIV prevention  IOL View full coverage on Google News Society reiterates cooperation with UNAIDS to attain HIV-free Nigeria – Guardian Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

92% of HPV-caused cancers could be prevented by vaccine: health authority

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92% of HPV-caused cancers could be prevented by vaccine: health authority  Medical Xpress An estimated 92% of cancers caused by HPV could be prevented through vaccination, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Thursday, … View full coverage on Google News 92% of HPV-caused cancers could be prevented by vaccine: health authority – […]

Nigeria: Guarding Against Another Ebola Outbreak

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Nigeria: Guarding Against Another Ebola Outbreak  AllAfrica.com Rwanda fast tracking purchase of Ebola vaccine  The New Times Countries bordering Ebola-hit DRC among the least prepared to fight disease outbreaks  Telegraph.co.uk What the New Ebola Treatments Mean for Drug Development | The Takeaway  WNYC Studios WHO AFRO Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak in DRC – External Situation Report 55: 20 August […]

I’ll scale up HIV/AIDS response in Oyo State, Nigeria.

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I’ll scale up HIV/AIDS response in Oyo ― Makinde’s wife  NIGERIAN TRIBUNE Mrs Tamunominini Makinde has avowed her commitment to scaling up HIV/AIDS response in Oyo State towards reducing the prevalence… I’ll scale up HIV/AIDS response in Oyo ― Makinde’s wife – NIGERIAN TRIBUNE Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

HIV 2020 Global target UNAIDS derails due to lack of efforts

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HIV 2020 Global target UNAIDS derails due to lack of efforts  BlockToro If UNAIDS doesn’t pull up their socks now, the global target of 2020 may not be achieved! Yes, the big battle seems to be lacking a bit of enthusiasm. HIV 2020 Global target UNAIDS derails due to lack of efforts – BlockToro Source: Nigerian […]

WHO vaccinates over 1300 people against Ebola in DR Congo

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WHO vaccinates over 1300 people against Ebola in DR Congo  cgtn.com The World Health Organisation has vaccinated over 1,300 people who potentially came into contact with the Ebola virus in the Congolese city of Goma, it said on … View full coverage on Google News WHO vaccinates over 1300 people against Ebola in DR Congo – […]

How to manage in a crisis: lessons from the West Africa Ebola outbreak – The Conversation – Africa

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How to manage in a crisis: lessons from the West Africa Ebola outbreak  The Conversation – Africa Do African decision-makers and leaders approach crises differently from counterparts elsewhere in the world? How to manage in a crisis: lessons from the West Africa Ebola outbreak – The Conversation – Africa Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

The NCDC is Aware of A Suspected Outbreak of Yellow Fever in Ebonyi State – Nigeria

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The NCDC is Aware of A Suspected Outbreak of Yellow Fever in Ebonyi State – Nigeria  ReliefWeb Ebonyi yellow fever death toll rises to 20  The Punch NCDC, Ebonyi Govt responding to yellow fever outbreak — Official  Vanguard View full coverage on Google News The NCDC is Aware of A Suspected Outbreak of Yellow Fever in Ebonyi State […]

WHO alarmed at STD spread in the era of dating apps

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The World Health Organisation expressed alarm at the lack of progress on curbing sexually transmitted diseases, while one of its experts warned of complacency as dating apps are spurring sexual activity. The UN health agency said in a fresh report that every day globally there were more than one million new cases of treatable sexually […]

Internet may alter brain functions: Study – Deccan Herald

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Press Trust of India, Melbourne, JUN 09 2019, 11:13AM IST UPDATED: JUN 10 2019, 19:08PM IST The Internet can alter specific brain regions and affect our attention capacity, memory processes and social interaction, a study has found. The research, published in the journal World Psychiatry, showed that the Internet can produce both acute and… Read […]

The HPV Vaccine Is A Cancer Vaccine, Not A Sex Vaccine – Forbes

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The HPV Vaccine Is A Cancer Vaccine, Not A Sex Vaccine  Forbes ‘Desperate Housewives’ Marcia Cross Says Husband’s Cancer and Her Own Linked Through HPV Infection  PopCulture.com View full coverage on Google News The HPV Vaccine Is A Cancer Vaccine, Not A Sex Vaccine – Forbes Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Smart phone health monitoring devices will revolutionize healthcare

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Smart phone health monitoring devices will revolutionize healthcare  News-Medical.net Bodily fluids from saliva to sweat may soon be tested using smartphones instead of being sent to a lab, providing real time health insights thanks to a new … Smart phone health monitoring devices will revolutionize healthcare – News-Medical.net Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Novartis $2 million dollars gene therapy for rare disorder is world’s most expensive drug – Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Novartis $2 mln gene therapy for rare disorder is world’s most expensive drug  Thomson Reuters Foundation The US just approved a $2.1 million treatment for a devastating disease. It’s the most expensive drug in the world.  Business Insider Novartis $2 million gene therapy for rare disorder is world’s most expensive drug  Reuters Novartis wins approval for world’s most […]

Nigeria has highest number of sickle cell disease sufferers

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‘Nigeria has highest number of sickle cell disease sufferers’ – Daily Trust  Daily Trust A professor at Igbinedion University, Okada, Dominic Osayande Osaghae, says Nigeria has the highest concentration of sickle cell disease sufferers in the world … ‘Nigeria has highest number of sickle cell disease sufferers’ – Daily Trust – Daily Trust Source: Nigerian Healthcare […]

McMaster researchers create a better way to transport life-saving vaccines

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McMaster researchers create a better way to transport life-saving vaccines  EurekAlert Researchers at McMaster University have invented a stable, affordable way to store fragile vaccines for weeks at a time at temperatures up to 40C, opening the … McMaster researchers create a better way to transport life-saving vaccines – EurekAlert Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

INTERVIEW: Meningitis: What we are doing to keep Nigeria’s death toll low this year – NCDC Official

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INTERVIEW: Meningitis: What we’re doing to keep Nigeria’s death toll low this year – NCDC Official  Premium Times Health agency explains how to treat a disease which is currently in season in Nigeria. INTERVIEW: Meningitis: What we’re doing to keep Nigeria’s death toll low this year – NCDC Official – Premium Times Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Nigeria shoulders 25% of world malaria burden –Minister

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Olufemi Atoyebi, Abuja The Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole, on Thursday said malaria was still a public health challenge in Nigeria, noting that the World Malaria Report said Nigeria accounted for 25 per cent of global malaria burden. Adewole spoke at the commemoration of 2019 World Malaria Day in Abuja, which had the theme, […]

Fresh polio outbreak hits Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe

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Ted Odogwu, Kano Following the confirmation of a fresh polio outbreak in Jigawa, Katsina and Yobe States, the Kano State Government, on Monday, flagged off fresh rounds of polio immunization exercise in nine local government areas that share borders with the affected states. In the affected local government areas, immunization exercise is being conducted between […]

NHIS best vehicle to attain universal healthcare coverage — HCPAN

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Healthcare Provider’s Association of Nigerian (HCPAN) has charged government at all levels to review the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) Act, as this is the only way Nigeria could achieve universal healthcare coverage. At an extraordinary General Meeting of the Association in Ikeja, Lagos, the National President of HCPAN, Dr. Umar Sanda said healthcare services […]

The South-East Governors’ Forum inaugurates Consultative Committee on Health

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The South-East Governors’ Forum on Thursday in Enugu inaugurated its Consultative Committee on Health as one of the thematic areas of priority for the development of the zone. The South-East Governors’ Forum Inaugurating the 12-member committee, Gov. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State said that the body would harmonise health-related issues and activities in the zone. […]

Nigeria: Bill Gates Foundation Invests US$1 Billion in Nigeria's Healthcare System

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Nigeria: Bill Gates Foundation Invests US$1 Billion in Nigeria’s Healthcare System  AllAfrica.com Gates Foundation invests over $1bn on healthcare in Nigeria  Journalducameroun.com – English – (press release) Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s investment in Nigeria hits $1bn — Gates  Daily Nigerian News Full coverage Source: Nigeria Health Care News

US donates $533m humanitarian aid to Africa

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  The United States has announced 533 million dollar in humanitarian assistance for African nations Facing life-threatening food insecurity and malnutrition, the US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson announced the grant on Wednesday. The grant would support safe drinking water programs, emergency healthcare and hygiene programs to treat and prevent the spread of disease, and […]

NHEA Announces Call for Nominations for Healthcare Excellence Award

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      The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA) has announced call for nominations for the 5th edition of the Oscar of Nigeria healthcare award. Speaking on this announcement, the Project Director, Dr. Wale Alabi, said, “NHEA 2018 being the 5th edition will be bigger and very exciting considering the increased activities in the Nigeria […]

Journalists should make state governments accountable for healthcare delivery in Nigeria – Minister

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  Nigeria’s Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has urged the media to interrogate state governments more on their practical commitment to health care delivery in the country. Mr. Adewole made this call on Tuesday in Abuja at a health financing policy dialogue organised by THISDAY Newspaper. The summit was held under the theme: “Moving Nigeria […]

Resource centre tasks govt on healthcare workers safety

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By Felicia Imohimi Ethics Resource Centre Nigeria, an International Non-governmental Organisation (INGO), has appealed to governments to support capacity building conference on security of healthcare workers. Mr Ike Onyechere, the Chairman of the centre and coordinating agency of the upcoming national conference on security of hospitals and health workers, made the call in an interview […]

Four takeaways from summit on financing Nigeria’s healthcare

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Health financing, funding and the rising cost of healthcare in Nigeria were on the front burner at Tuesday’s summit on ‎provision of quality healthcare for Nigerians. The event on improved healthcare financing model for a sustained investment in the health sector was put together by THISDAY newspaper in conjunction with the World Bank Group. Health […]

5 facts about CHIPS intervention in child primary healthcare in Nigeria

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      The National Primary Health Care Development Agency (ENPHCDA), said that every year, 33,000 women die from preventable causes as a result of pregnancy and that 940,000 children under age five die every year. The Community Health Influencers and Promoters Service (CHIPS), is an initiative brought about by the federal government to tackle […]

Nigeria: Osinbajo, Gavi Delegation Discuss Nigeria’s Healthcare System

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PRESS RELEASE President Muhammadu Buhari is committed to finding lasting solutions to the challenges of healthcare delivery and funding in Nigeria, including exploring alternative sources, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN. Mr. Osinbajo stated this today at the Presidential Villa when he received a delegation from the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), […]

Senate tasks federal govt on high mortality rate

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            Senate yesterday called on the federal government to provide adequate primary healthcare delivery services The senate said the condition has become highly alarming because for every single day now, Nigeria loses about 2, 300 under-five year olds and 145 women of child bearing age. To begin with, senate mandated […]

Experts Call for Legal Framework, Improved Funding for Healthcare Sector

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    Different experts and speakers drawn from the public and private health sector Tuesday canvassed for a legal framework to finance the sector, adding that the framework should be robust enough to support the delivery of a set of high impact interventions. They equally harped on the need for increased public investment in the […]

Enugu govt targets 900000 children in state-wide measles vaccination

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The Enugu State Government says it is targeting 900,000 children between the ages of nine months and five years for vaccination in its forthcoming state-wide measles campaign. The Director of Public Health in the state’s Ministry of Health, Okechukwu Ossai, disclosed this in Enugu on Friday. Mr. Ossai, a medical doctor, said the campaign would […]

Call for nominations for Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award

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The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA) has called for nominations for the fifth edition of the Oscar of Nigeria healthcare award. Speaking on the announcement, Dr. Wale Alabi, Project Director declare: “NHEA 2018 being the 5th edition will be bigger and very exciting considering the increased activities in the Nigeria healthcare sector in the last […]

Lassa Fever Kills 72 In Nigeria’s Worst Outbreak Of The Disease

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Lassa Fever Kills 72 In Nigeria’s Worst Outbreak Of The Disease March 02 01:00 2018 By Emily Walters Of the suspected cases, 317 are said to be confirmed, while 72 deaths were also confirmed, eight of which are probable. A total of 2845 contacts have been identified in 18 states. The states are: Edo, Ondo, […]

NMA locks down all health facilities in Kogi

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By Stephen Adeleye The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Kogi on Thursday said that all healthcare facilities in the state would remain shut until all its minimum demands are met. A communique issued after an Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) of the association in Lokoja, and signed by its Chairman, Dr Godwin Tijani, and the Secretary, […]

Aggrieved doctors shut down Kogi hospitals

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The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Kogi on Thursday said that all healthcare facilities in the state would remain shut until all its minimum demands are met. A communique issued after an Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) of the association in Lokoja, and signed by its Chairman, Godwin Tijani, and secretary, Zubair Kabiru, also directed its […]

Integrated Diagnostics Holdings acquire Nigerian medical diagnostics business, Echo-Scan

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London-listed IDH and Mansour family’s Man Capital join to scoop up Nigerian healthcare firm. “With thousands of small clinics, hospitals, and diagnostic centres spread across 36 states, Nigeria’s healthcare market is extremely fragmented and poorly provided for.” London-listed Integrated Diagnostics Holdings (IDH) has created a joint venture with Man Capital, the investment arm of the […]

I would love to be the go-to aesthetic centre for clients visiting Nigeria– Uju

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Source: Nigeria Health Care News Biography Uju Rapu is a medical doctor. Her speciality is in the area of Aesthetic Medicine. She pursued clinical medicine for a period but with an evident passion for Aesthetics, went on and trained with some of London’s Harley Street Aesthetic Specialists and later on worked with Dr Akhere Aire […]

Compulsory Education: Bayelsa threatens parents with imprisonment

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The Bayelsa State Executive Council has threatened to arrest and prosecute any parent who refuses to send his or her child to school to acquire formal education. The Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, said this in a press statement on Wednesday. According to the statement, the decision came at the end of the […]

Nigeria: Time to Increase Doctors Retirement Age

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OPINION Nigeria: Time to Increase Doctors Retirement Age By Cosmas Odoemena “Op finished,” announced the General Surgeon, signalling to the anaesthetic team that the surgery was over. The General Surgeon, Dr David has 35 years of surgical experience under his belt. Dr David, having been put out to pasture at 60, is now 67 and […]

How technology can boost healthcare delivery —Health Minister

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Source: Nigeria Health Care News Health Minister, Professor Isaac Adewole have stressed the importance of a comprehensive electronic health information management system that links all hospitals to boost healthcare delivery in Nigeria Professor Adewole spoke at 58th annual Alexander Brown Hall, College of Medicine week symposium entitled “Using technology to Solve Nigeria’s Health Care problems” […]

Don’t blame federal govt for poor state of primary health care facilities – Minister

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The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, says primary health care is not the responsibility of the federal government but that of local governments. While the assertion draws support from the Constitution, it is, however, in conflict with the position of the Nigerian Senate, which on Tuesday called on the federal government to put primary health […]

‘Nigerians should enter mobile health initiative now’

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Source: Nigeria Health Care News               Dr Simpa Dania, Chief Happiness Officer, APMIS Health Management Systems Ltd., says e-health and telemedicine will go a long way to solve Nigeria’s healthcare delivery challenges. Dania made the assertion in an interview with newsmen in Ibadan on Wednesday. He spoke on the […]

Nigerian govt., medical doctors disagree on implementation of National Health Act

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The Nigerian government and the Nigerian Medical Association have disagreed over the status of the National Health Act, a law that came into effect in 2016 to improve the access of Nigerians to health care delivery. While the Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, in an exclusive interview with PREMIUM TIMES, said the Act had been […]

Telemedicine Credentialing by Proxy: What Hospitals and Telehealth Companies Need to Know

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Telemedicine Credentialing by Proxy: What Hospitals and Telehealth Companies Need to Know Monday, February 19, 2018 Hospital-based telemedicine services continue to rapidly expand across the country, allowing providers to deliver care to rural areas and better allocate the staffing and availability of specialist physicians such as neurologists and emergency medicine. However, despite the uptick in […]

Major Health Stories from Online

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One in three Nigerian households consume contaminated water – Report About one in three households in Nigeria consume contaminated water, a survey by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has revealed. The survey was carried out in 2016/2017 by the NBS in collaboration with the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA) and the National Agency […]

How neglected PHCs leave many in Nasarawa without healthcare

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How neglected PHCs leave many in Nasarawa without healthcare February 17, 2018Stephanie Adams PHC Giza (Photo taken by Stephanie Adams) Related News Don’t blame federal govt for poor state of primary health care facilities – Minister INVESTIGATION: Nigeria’s health centres still dysfunctional a year after govt began reconstruction Special Report: How personnel shortage, ‘internal brain […]

One in three Nigerian households consume contaminated water – Report

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About one in three households in Nigeria consume contaminated water, a survey by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has revealed. The survey was carried out in 2016/2017 by the NBS in collaboration with the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA) and the National Agency for the Control of Aids (NACA) as part of the […]

A key to solving endemic Lassa Fever in Nigeria: Establishing more diagnostic facilities

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Lassa fever affects ≈100,000 persons per year in West Africa. The disease is caused by Lassa virus, an arenavirus, and is associated with bleeding and organ failure. The case-fatality rate in hospitalized patients is 10%–20%. The reservoir of the virus is multimammate mice (Mastomys natalensis). Investigations in the 1970s and 1980s pointed to the existence […]

The use of paper records poses risks to patient care

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Lynne Minion | 06 Feb 2018 The use of paper records, a lack of uniformity in electronic medical records and the wildly varying quality of medical data collected poses risks to patient care. According to a Monash University study into medical records in Melbourne hospitals. In an audit of medical records at five major university […]

Doctors combat one of the deadliest killers in American hospitals, Clostridium difficile

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    The technology used by Facebook, Google and Amazon to turn spoken language into text, recognize faces and target advertising could help doctors combat one of the deadliest killers in American hospitals. Clostridium difficile, a deadly bacterium spread by physical contact with objects or infected people, thrives in hospitals, causing 453,000 cases a year […]

Global Electronic Health Records (EHR) Market Expected to Reach $33,294 Million by 2023

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Global Electronic Health Records (EHR) Market Expected to Reach $33,294 Million by 2023 – Allied Market Research News provided by Allied Market Research Feb 01, 2018, 10:00 ET Share this article PORTLAND, Oregon and PUNE, India, February 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled, “Electronic Health Records […]

Apple makes a jump into the electronic health records game

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By Rachel Z. Arndt | January 26, 2018 After months of rumors, Apple made a jump into the electronic health records game, allowing patients to aggregate their records on their iPhones. The move could effectively pressure EHR vendors to open up access to patients’ digital records. “This creates a high-profile and instant demand for the […]

A Vanderbilt professor help establish electronic health records in his home country of Kenya

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A Vanderbilt professor has been helping establish electronic health records in his home country of Kenya, which includes vast expanses cut off from internet access. And he says the lessons from Africa could help expand care to isolated parts of the U.S. Martin Were says the United States isn’t so different from Kenya. There are […]

Foundation holds seminar on sickle cell disorder

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Foundation holds seminar on sickle cell disorder  Vanguard The Sickle Cell Foundation Nigeria, SCFN, will next week organize a seminar for doctors and nurses from all the geo-political zones of Nigeria in Lagos. The seminar billed to hold 20 through 22 March, 2018 at the National Sickle Cell Centre, opposite the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH, […]

Nigeria: How Remote Villages in Nigeria Can Beat Malaria Through Community Health

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Nigeria: How Remote Villages in Nigeria Can Beat Malaria Through Community Health  AllAfrica.com Source: Nigeria Health Care News Njediko — Nigeria has more cases and deaths from Malaria than any other country in the world. It’s entire 177 million population is at risk from the disease. But in remote villages, training members of the community to […]

Two die of diarrhoea, 82 hospitalised in Kaduna

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No fewer than two children have died and 82 others hospitalised following an outbreak of vomiting and diarrhoea in Jema’a Local Government Area of Kaduna State. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) learnt that the outbreak was recorded in Kafanchan and neighbouring villages of Katsit, Takau and Katsak. Abdullmumin Bala, the Disease Control Officer of […]

US-based Nigerians Plan to come home to invest

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US-based Nigerians Plan to  come home to invest Nigerians in U.S. ON FEBRUARY 5, 201810:08 AMIN NEWSCOMMENTS New York – A group of accomplished Nigerian professionals in the U.S. have expressed their eagerness to come home and invest in the Nigerian economy to fast–track the development of the country. Some members of the Infrastructure and […]

Tech company nurtures healthtech startup to tackle blood delivery challenge

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Source: Nigeria Health Care News Tech company nurtures healthtech startup to tackle blood delivery challenge The startup has been able to develop a smarter way to deliver blood to Lagos hospitals is getting new funding to expand its service. Nigeria’s leading tech hub, Co-Creation Hub, has nurtured a fast rising startup, Lifebank, to tackle blood […]

Healthcare Providers in Nigeria – Healthcare, Healthcare Services Industries

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Healthcare Providers in Nigeria – Healthcare, Healthcare Services Industries  MilTech Source: Nigeria Health Care News Healthcare Providers in Nigeria – Healthcare, Healthcare Services Industries 19 February 2018 – by Marcin Kapuściński The Healthcare Providers in Nigeria Report has been published. It provides updated in 2018 year analysis of industries from Healthcare, Healthcare Services Markets. Healthcare Providers […]

Africa News Roundup: China spying on Africa

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Source: Nigeria Health Care News A Chinese-Trojan horse?: In 2012, the African Union inaugurated its new headquarters in Addis Ababa. Worth over $200m, the project was fully funded by China, which also built and paid for the building’s computer network. Teodoro Obiang Nguema, president of Equatorial Guinea and then AU chairperson, reportedly proclaimed it “a […]

Teaching hospitals to get N300m, FMCs others N120m to improve healthcare delivery

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Teaching hospitals to get N300m, FMCs & others N120m to improve healthcare delivery  Vanguard Source: Nigeria Health Care News Adewole said each teaching hospital would get N300 million, Federal Medical Centres N120 million each, while each Fistula Centre and Specialist Hospital would receive N120 million to improve healthcare delivery. He said beyond the intervention in the […]

Abia Government Collaborates With FG To Improve Health Services

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Source: Nigeria Health Care News Governor Ikpeazu in Umuahia received the minister of Health, Isaac Adewole who paid him a courtesy visit. Ikpeazu who observed that no state can do it alone except it keys into what the federal government is doing, commended the minister for the intervention in the nation’s healthcare system. The minister […]

Academic Clinic is established in collaboration with Academic Teaching and Specialist Hospitals

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Academic Clinic is established in collaboration with Academic Teaching and Specialist Hospitals, to showcase the global health initiative and platform, aim at reducing global health disparity. We plan on your continuous support to reach out to the healthcare needs in Nigeria and offer a systematic and integrated program, with real-time Telehealth engagement, feedback survey and  […]

Nigeria Healthcare Providers Call For More Government Intervention

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Nigeria Healthcare Providers Call For More Government Intervention  Africa Independent Television Source: Nigeria Health Care News The call was made by members of the Pediatric Association Of Nigeria (PAN) and union of national African pediatric societies (UNAPSA) at conference in Abuja. They also emphasised the need for a sustainable immunization exercise and a fight against malnutrition […]

Medical Emergency (Non) Response In Nigeria – By Abiodun Ladepo

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Medical Emergency (Non)Response In Nigeria By Abiodun Ladepo  SaharaReporters.com Source: Nigeria Health Care News Medical Emergency (Non)Response In Nigeria By Abiodun Ladepo You get accidentally knocked down by a car in the middle of Ibadan…knocked down hard into unconsciousness…what do you think bystanders would do (or can do) to help save your life? It’s an accident, […]

Nigeria’s healthcare status characterised by infant, material mortality

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Nigeria’s healthcare status characterised by infant, material mortality —Grange  Vanguard Source: Nigeria Health Care News CALABAR —PROFESSOR Adenike Grange, former Minister of Health, has said short life expectancy caused by high infant and maternal mortality rate was one of the major challenges facing the country’s healthcare delivery system. Grange, who stated this at Calabar, Cross River […]

A brief introduction to academicclinic.org

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A brief introduction to the concept of academicclinic.org website and its goal. First, it is a website that will seek institutional affiliations, forums and content contributions and connected health concept, from academic and non-academic staff of all healthcare institutions in Nigeria, both public and private. Its main focus will be to assess and critically evaluate […]

Nigeria’s Scary Maternal Mortality Rate

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Nigeria’s Scary Maternal Mortality Rate  Africa Independent Television Source: Nigeria Health Care News Nigeria is said to be the country with the highest percentage of annual maternal mortality in Africa, according to the World Health Organisation, WHO. Medical experts however believe that the scary data can change for the better if more pregnant women get enrolled […]

The Academic Clinic: A collaboration with Health Care Institutions in Nigeria.

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Academic Clinic is a global health care outreach, established with the aim of collaborating and bringing global health resources to health care institutions in Nigeria, including Academic Teaching Hospitals and Specialist Hospitals, as well as private health care institutions, individuals and stakeholders. The mission is to drive home various global health care initiatives, with the […]

Lack of political will setback to Nigeria’s healthcare delivery — Prof. Oluwarotimi Akinola

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Lack of political will setback to Nigeria’s healthcare delivery — Prof. Oluwarotimi Akinola  Vanguard Source: Nigeria Health Care News Lack of political will setback to Nigeria’s healthcare delivery — Prof. Oluwarotimi Akinola By Gabriel Olawale PROFESSOR Oluwarotimi Ireti Akinola, is a Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and current National President, Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of […]

Federal Government targets affordable healthcare for 8m Nigerians under new policy – Minister

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Source: Nigeria Health Care News By Luminous Jannamike THE Federal Government is targeting to offer affordable healthcare to about eight million low and middle-income Nigerians In the first quarter of 2018, under a new health policy to be known as ‘Buharicare’. President Buhari The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, who made this disclosure in […]

Chinese bus offers new evidence of airborne coronavirus spread: study – Macau Business

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Chinese bus offers new evidence of airborne coronavirus spread: study  Macau BusinessView Full coverage on Google News Chinese bus offers new evidence of airborne coronavirus spread: study – Macau Business Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Head and neck surgery recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic – Author's reply – The Lancet

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Head and neck surgery recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic – Author’s reply  The Lancet Head and neck surgery recommendations during the COVID-19 pandemic – Author’s reply – The Lancet Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Peter Facinelli unveils his 'leaner' and 'more cut' body after losing 30 pounds in a sexy new selfie – Daily Mail

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Peter Facinelli unveils his ‘leaner’ and ‘more cut’ body after losing 30 pounds in a sexy new selfie  Daily Mail Peter Facinelli Got Ripped During Quarantine, Lost 30 Pounds, & Is Now Promoting a Great Cause!  Just Jared Eat it to beat it Prostate Cancer super food Kale  FOX 4 Now Des Bishop shares cancer journey while urging […]

Clinical manifestations, risk factors, and maternal and perinatal outcomes of coronavirus disease 2019 in pregnancy: living systematic review and meta-analysis – The BMJ

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Clinical manifestations, risk factors, and maternal and perinatal outcomes of coronavirus disease 2019 in pregnancy: living systematic review and meta-analysis  The BMJ Pregnant women in hospital with Covid-19 may not show symptoms, study finds  The Guardian Pregnant women with coronavirus ‘more likely to end up in intensive care’  Mirror.co.uk Coronavirus latest news: Pregnant women with Covid more likely […]

Colon cancer rising in people under age 50 – Click On Detroit | Local 4 | WDIV

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Colon cancer rising in people under age 50  Click On Detroit | Local 4 | WDIV Chadwick Boseman’s Death Sheds New Light On Increased Colon Cancer Rates | NBC Nightly News  NBC News Who should be screened for colorectal cancer?  Medical Xpress Death of Chadwick Boseman spotlights rising number of young people with colon cancer  Click On Detroit | […]

Children who get little sleep and spend too much time on screens most likely to be obese – Daily Mail

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Children who get little sleep and spend too much time on screens most likely to be obese  Daily Mail Children who get little sleep and spend too much time on screens most likely to be obese – Daily Mail Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Rise in COVID-19 infection rates for children at school? – ABC News

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Rise in COVID-19 infection rates for children at school?  ABC News Severe COVID-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity  Medical Xpress Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US European study offers new clinical insights into COVID-19 and cancer  Medical Xpress […]

Effective cancer immunotherapy further linked to regulating a cell 'suicide' gene – Medical Xpress

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Effective cancer immunotherapy further linked to regulating a cell ‘suicide’ gene  Medical Xpress Cancer cells take over blood vessels to spread  Medical Xpress View Full coverage on Google News Effective cancer immunotherapy further linked to regulating a cell ‘suicide’ gene – Medical Xpress Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

COVID-19 Scan for Sep 01, 2020 | CIDRAP – CIDRAP

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COVID-19 Scan for Sep 01, 2020 | CIDRAP  CIDRAP Obese patients at high risk of severe Covid-19 illness, study finds  The Straits Times Obese & overweight patients at high risk of severe Covid illness, finds French study  ThePrint View Full coverage on Google News COVID-19 Scan for Sep 01, 2020 | CIDRAP – CIDRAP Source: Nigerian Healthcare […]

SARS-CoV-2 antibodies for 6 percent of frontline health care personnel – Medical Xpress

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SARS-CoV-2 antibodies for 6 percent of frontline health care personnel  Medical Xpress From a deadly disease in cats, to Covid-19 in humans: A treatment researchers have high hopes for  Health24 Here’s the Latest Good (and Bad) News About the Coronavirus  New York Magazine Severe COVID-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity  Medical Xpress Yet more data support […]

Hard-to-treat pancreatic cancer hijacks immune system and could be targeted with immunotherapies – PharmiWeb.com

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Hard-to-treat pancreatic cancer hijacks immune system and could be targeted with immunotherapies  PharmiWeb.com Hard-to-treat pancreatic cancer hijacks immune system and could be targeted with immunotherapies – PharmiWeb.com Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

What is vitamin B12: Guide to B12 benefits, deficiency and more – Today.com

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What is vitamin B12: Guide to B12 benefits, deficiency and more  Today.com Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: Do you find yourself falling asleep at this time?Sign  Express View Full coverage on Google News What is vitamin B12: Guide to B12 benefits, deficiency and more – Today.com Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

City of Hope Doctors Lead Novel Clinical Trial to Treat Cancer Patients with COVID-19 – Business Wire

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City of Hope Doctors Lead Novel Clinical Trial to Treat Cancer Patients with COVID-19  Business Wire City of Hope Doctors Lead Novel Clinical Trial to Treat Cancer Patients with COVID-19 – Business Wire Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Severe COVID-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity – Science Daily

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Severe COVID-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity  Science Daily Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US Op-Ed: Let’s Not Cut Corners on COVID-19 Vaccines  MedPage Today Scientists explain why SARS-CoV-2 targets multiple organs  News-Medical.Net View Full coverage on Google […]

Third coronavirus vaccine AstraZeneca reaches major hurdle: Final US testing – Hindustan Times

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Third coronavirus vaccine AstraZeneca reaches major hurdle: Final US testing  Hindustan Times Third coronavirus vaccine AstraZeneca reaches major hurdle: Final US testing – Hindustan Times Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Research project to understand the psychological aspects of COVID-19 – News-Medical.Net

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Research project to understand the psychological aspects of COVID-19  News-Medical.Net Understanding the psychological aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic  Medical Xpress View Full coverage on Google News Research project to understand the psychological aspects of COVID-19 – News-Medical.Net Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

New small-molecule drug targets hard-to-reach cancer-linked enzyme – The Science Board

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New small-molecule drug targets hard-to-reach cancer-linked enzyme  The Science Board Drug-Like Compounds Developed to Inhibit Cancer-Linked Enzymes  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News View Full coverage on Google News New small-molecule drug targets hard-to-reach cancer-linked enzyme – The Science Board Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

How to keep your child healthy during flu, coronavirus 'twindemic' – azfamily powered by 3TV & CBS5AZ

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How to keep your child healthy during flu, coronavirus ‘twindemic’  azfamily powered by 3TV & CBS5AZ Flu Study Highlights Difficulty of Achieving COVID-19 ‘Herd Immunity’  Healthline Flu season and coronavirus 2020: What parents should know as kids go back to school | USA TODAY  USA TODAY Study provides insight on how to build a better flu vaccine  Medical Xpress […]

'Natural killer' cells could be a powerful weapon to fight against lung cancer – News-Medical.Net

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‘Natural killer’ cells could be a powerful weapon to fight against lung cancer  News-Medical.Net ‘Natural killer’ cells could be a powerful weapon to fight against lung cancer – News-Medical.Net Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Why coronavirus stalks children of colour – Deccan Herald

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Why coronavirus stalks children of colour  Deccan Herald Why the Coronavirus More Often Strikes Children of Color  The New York Times Yet Another Global Health Crisis Awaits the World After The Coronavirus Pandemic  Yahoo News Canada View Full coverage on Google News Why coronavirus stalks children of colour – Deccan Herald Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Honeybee venom can kill aggressive breast cancer cells: study – New York Post

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Honeybee venom can kill aggressive breast cancer cells: study  New York Post Venom from honeybees found to kill aggressive breast cancer cells  Medical Xpress Honeybee venom kills breast cancer cells, Aussie scientist discovers  NEWS.com.au View Full coverage on Google News Honeybee venom can kill aggressive breast cancer cells: study – New York Post Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

No clinical benefit of ACE inhibitor, ARB suspension in mild to moderate COVID-19 – Healio

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No clinical benefit of ACE inhibitor, ARB suspension in mild to moderate COVID-19  Healio ESC TV at ESC Congress 2020 – BRACE CORONA (Investigator)  European Society of Cardiology View Full coverage on Google News No clinical benefit of ACE inhibitor, ARB suspension in mild to moderate COVID-19 – Healio Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Healthy diet key in prevention – ABC 10 News

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Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Healthy diet key in prevention  ABC 10 News Des Bishop shares cancer journey while urging men to get their prostate examined  Independent.ie Eat it to beat it Prostate Cancer super food Kale  FOX 4 Now ‘Like a bullet out of the blue’: Father-of-two diagnosed with prostate cancer says blood test saved his life  TheJournal.ie View […]

Doctors say coronavirus myths on social media are 'spreading faster than the virus itself' – Journal Gazette and Times-Courier

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Doctors say coronavirus myths on social media are ‘spreading faster than the virus itself’  Journal Gazette and Times-Courier How Covid-19 misinformation circulates on social media  CNN Doctors say coronavirus myths on social media are ‘spreading faster than the virus itself’  CNN View Full coverage on Google News Doctors say coronavirus myths on social media are ‘spreading faster […]

UK to launch media campaign to encourage return to office work – Aljazeera.com

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UK to launch media campaign to encourage return to office work  Aljazeera.com The government is launching a campaign to encourage workers to return to offices – but is it safe?  Wigan Today View Full coverage on Google News UK to launch media campaign to encourage return to office work – Aljazeera.com Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Estrogen replacement may protect against Alzheimer's disease in women – Medical Xpress

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Estrogen replacement may protect against Alzheimer’s disease in women  Medical Xpress Understanding the link between hearing loss and dementia  Medical Xpress View Full coverage on Google News Estrogen replacement may protect against Alzheimer’s disease in women – Medical Xpress Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

ESC: First Randomized Trial Backs Safety of Common Heart Drugs in COVID-19 Patients – Cath Lab Digest

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ESC: First Randomized Trial Backs Safety of Common Heart Drugs in COVID-19 Patients  Cath Lab Digest ESC: First Randomized Trial Backs Safety of Common Heart Drugs in COVID-19 Patients – Cath Lab Digest Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Risky Work: SARS-CoV-2 Infections Among Frontline Health Care Workers – Forbes

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Risky Work: SARS-CoV-2 Infections Among Frontline Health Care Workers  Forbes Severe COVID-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity  Medical Xpress COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP Op-Ed: Let’s Not Cut Corners on COVID-19 Vaccines  MedPage Today View Full coverage […]

Massive fraud investigation targets prominent Brazilian health researcher – Science Magazine

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Massive fraud investigation targets prominent Brazilian health researcher  Science Magazine Massive fraud investigation targets prominent Brazilian health researcher – Science Magazine Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

CURE® Speaking Out Launches Video Series in Recognition of National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month – Business Wire

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CURE® Speaking Out Launches Video Series in Recognition of National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month  Business Wire Eat it to beat it Prostate Cancer super food Kale  FOX 4 Now Des Bishop shares cancer journey while urging men to get their prostate examined  Independent.ie ‘Like a bullet out of the blue’: Father-of-two diagnosed with prostate cancer says blood test […]

AGA recommends bidirectional endoscopy for most patients with iron deficiency anemia – EurekAlert

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AGA recommends bidirectional endoscopy for most patients with iron deficiency anemia  EurekAlert AGA recommends bidirectional endoscopy for most patients with iron deficiency anemia – EurekAlert Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Flu season and coronavirus 2020: What parents should know as kids go back to school | USA TODAY – USA TODAY

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Flu season and coronavirus 2020: What parents should know as kids go back to school | USA TODAY  USA TODAY Flu Study Highlights Difficulty of Achieving COVID-19 ‘Herd Immunity’  Healthline Study provides insight on how to build a better flu vaccine  Medical Xpress Hundreds protest against flu vaccine mandate for students in Boston | AFP  AFP News Agency How […]

Musgrove Park Hospital to replace 'outdated" buildings – BBC News

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Musgrove Park Hospital to replace ‘outdated” buildings  BBC News No further Covid-19 deaths recorded at hospitals in York trust  York Press Five new coronavirus cases in Sunderland as North East total continues sharp rise  Sunderland Echo One more coronavirus death confirmed in West Midlands  expressandstar.com No further coronavirus deaths recorded in Yorkshire hospitals  Dewsbury Reporter View Full coverage on Google […]

Chadwick Boseman's private struggle with colon cancer: Part 3 – ABC News

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Chadwick Boseman’s private struggle with colon cancer: Part 3  ABC News Explained: All you need to know about colon cancer  The Indian Express What you should know about colon cancer  MSN Money What to know about colon cancer  ABC News Former Lansing Radio DJ encourages everyone to get a colon cancer screening  WLNS View Full coverage on Google News […]

Overly robust immune response can lead to critical cases of COVID-19 – Innovation Origins

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Overly robust immune response can lead to critical cases of COVID-19  Innovation Origins Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP Severe COVID-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity  Medical Xpress COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US COVID-19 patients may experience long-term cardiovascular complications  News-Medical.Net View Full […]

Elderly people protected against respiratory infections by BCG vaccine: However, the effect of the vaccine specifically against COVID-19 has not been demonstrated – Science Daily

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Elderly people protected against respiratory infections by BCG vaccine: However, the effect of the vaccine specifically against COVID-19 has not been demonstrated  Science Daily Elderly people protected against respiratory infections by BCG vaccine: However, the effect of the vaccine specifically against COVID-19 has not been demonstrated – Science Daily Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Covid-19: White House told CDC to stop recommending tests for asymptomatic contacts – The BMJ

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Covid-19: White House told CDC to stop recommending tests for asymptomatic contacts  The BMJ New CDC Guidelines Decrease Coronavirus Testing For Those Who Need It Most  Forbes I’m a public health researcher, and I’m dismayed that the CDC’s missteps are causing people to lose trust in a great institution  The Conversation US It Has Come to This: Ignore […]

Severe Covid-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity – EurekAlert

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Severe Covid-19 despite or even due to the strong immunity  EurekAlert Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US Op-Ed: Let’s Not Cut Corners on COVID-19 Vaccines  MedPage Today COVID-19 patients may experience long-term cardiovascular complications  News-Medical.Net View Full coverage on Google News […]

Eat it to beat it Prostate Cancer super food Kale – FOX 4 Now

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Eat it to beat it Prostate Cancer super food Kale  FOX 4 Now ‘Like a bullet out of the blue’: Father-of-two diagnosed with prostate cancer says blood test saved his life  TheJournal.ie View Full coverage on Google News Eat it to beat it Prostate Cancer super food Kale – FOX 4 Now Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Are you wearing your mask properly? – Newstalk

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Are you wearing your mask properly?  Newstalk Wearing mask under nose or chin ‘may increase risk’ – Dr Ronan Glynn  Irish Examiner People who don’t wear masks properly might as well not wear them at all warns top Doc  Cork Beo Health chief urges people to wear face masks and not visors for COVID-19  Extra.ie Dublin is ‘like the […]

Australia tracks 35% jump in flu vaccine shipments – BioPharma-Reporter.com

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Australia tracks 35% jump in flu vaccine shipments  BioPharma-Reporter.com Flu Study Highlights Difficulty of Achieving COVID-19 ‘Herd Immunity’  Healthline Study provides insight on how to build a better flu vaccine  Medical Xpress Hundreds protest against flu vaccine mandate for students in Boston | AFP  AFP News Agency How to Prepare for Flu Season in the Time of COVID-19  Health Essentials […]

Cannabis-impaired driving among topics to be addressed at forensic toxicology nonprofit’s first virtual event – News-Medical.net

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Cannabis-impaired driving among topics to be addressed at forensic toxicology nonprofit’s first virtual event  News-Medical.net Cannabis-impaired driving among topics to be addressed at forensic toxicology nonprofit’s first virtual event – News-Medical.net Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Assisted Living Locators Offers Free Virtual Dementia Care Consultations To Support World Alzheimer's Month – Franchising.com

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Assisted Living Locators Offers Free Virtual Dementia Care Consultations To Support World Alzheimer’s Month  Franchising.com Assisted Living Locators Offers Free Virtual Dementia Care Consultations To Support World Alzheimer’s Month – Franchising.com Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Growth Hormone, Estrogen Exposure Combine to Trigger Early Puberty, Raise Risk of Breast Cancer – PRNewswire

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Growth Hormone, Estrogen Exposure Combine to Trigger Early Puberty, Raise Risk of Breast Cancer  PRNewswire Growth Hormone, Estrogen Exposure Combine to Trigger Early Puberty, Raise Risk of Breast Cancer – PRNewswire Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

ESC Research Report: Managed Care, Social Determinants in Cardiology – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

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ESC Research Report: Managed Care, Social Determinants in Cardiology  AJMC.com Managed Markets Network ESC Research Report: Managed Care, Social Determinants in Cardiology – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Mapping the 3-D geometry of SARS-CoV-2's genome – Phys.Org

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Mapping the 3-D geometry of SARS-CoV-2’s genome  Phys.Org Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US Op-Ed: Let’s Not Cut Corners on COVID-19 Vaccines  MedPage Today COVID-19 patients may experience long-term cardiovascular complications  News-Medical.Net View Full coverage on Google News Mapping the […]

Soup and Shake NHS Diet Rolled Out to Thousands – Medscape

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Soup and Shake NHS Diet Rolled Out to Thousands  Medscape Soup-and-shake diet offered on NHS to fight diabetes  BBC News Weight loss: Free soup and shake diets to fight diabetes in UK  Hindustan Times Thousands of diabetics to be given soup-and-shake diet plan on NHS  The Guardian War on obesity: overweight adults will be put on ‘soup and shakes’ […]

Mobile phone location data tallies with Covid-19 infection rates, study finds – E&T Magazine

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Mobile phone location data tallies with Covid-19 infection rates, study finds  E&T Magazine Mobile phone location data tallies with Covid-19 infection rates, study finds – E&T Magazine Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Europe is struggling to avoid a return to general lockdowns. It might even succeed – MarketWatch

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Europe is struggling to avoid a return to general lockdowns. It might even succeed  MarketWatchView Full coverage on Google News Europe is struggling to avoid a return to general lockdowns. It might even succeed – MarketWatch Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

Swine flu vaccination may be safe for pregnant women: Study – Daijiworld.com

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Swine flu vaccination may be safe for pregnant women: Study  Daijiworld.com Flu vaccines during pregnancy aren’t linked to autism in children, according to a study of 70000 kids  MSN Money No Increased Risk of Autism Found Due to Maternal Flu Vaccination During Pregnancy  SciTechDaily Swine flu vaccination in pregnant women does not increase risk of autism in offspring  Medical […]

Patients With COVID-19 Should Stay on ACE Inhibitors, ARBs, Study Finds – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

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Patients With COVID-19 Should Stay on ACE Inhibitors, ARBs, Study Finds  AJMC.com Managed Markets Network Patients With COVID-19 Should Stay on ACE Inhibitors, ARBs, Study Finds – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

ImmunoBrain Checkpoint awarded Alzheimer's Association grant to support Phase I trial investigating novel immunotherapeutic approach to treat Alzheimer's disease – GlobeNewswire

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ImmunoBrain Checkpoint awarded Alzheimer’s Association grant to support Phase I trial investigating novel immunotherapeutic approach to treat Alzheimer’s disease  GlobeNewswire ImmunoBrain Checkpoint awarded Alzheimer’s Association grant to support Phase I trial investigating novel immunotherapeutic approach to treat Alzheimer’s disease – GlobeNewswire Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

New portable instrument can diagnose coronavirus using a smartphone in 30 minutes – Economic Times

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New portable instrument can diagnose coronavirus using a smartphone in 30 minutes  Economic Times Study: Portable, point-of-care COVID-19 test could bypass the lab  University of Illinois News Fernando de Noronha is reopening to visitors that have had COVID-19 – Insider  INSIDER Brazil’s island idyll reopens to tourists – as long as they have had Covid-19  MSN UK Scientists develop […]

POLIO: Nigeria’s certification major milestone — SANOFI – Vanguard

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POLIO: Nigeria’s certification major milestone — SANOFI  Vanguard Africa’s polio-free status, COVID-19 cases dominate health stories last week  Premium Times The WHO has declared Africa free of wild polio – but disease still a threat  Health24 If changes dont get rolling, wheels will come off the Pakistan bus, warns IMB report on polio  Geo News The Guardian view on […]

MediciNova Announces Development Progress on Intranasal Formulation of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine for COVID-19 – GlobeNewswire

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MediciNova Announces Development Progress on Intranasal Formulation of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine for COVID-19  GlobeNewswire Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP COVID-19 patients may experience long-term cardiovascular complications  News-Medical.Net COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US How do viruses leap from animals to people and spark pandemics?  Chemical & Engineering […]

Pipeline Review for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome – H1 2020 – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Business Wire

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Pipeline Review for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome – H1 2020 – ResearchAndMarkets.com  Business Wire Pipeline Review for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome – H1 2020 – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Business Wire Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

TikTok Benadryl challenge turns deadly – FOX59 News

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TikTok Benadryl challenge turns deadly  FOX59 News What Is the Benadryl Challenge? Latest TikTok Trend the Alleged Cause of One Teen’s Death Already  MSN Money Girl, 15, dies of overdose after TikTok ‘Benadryl challenge’  Daily Mail ‘Benadryl challenge’ is a dangerous and deadly fad on social media: medical experts  Fox News ‘Benadryl Challenge’ gaining popularity among young people  KVLY View […]

Provention Bio Announces Initiation of Phase 2b PROACTIVE Study of PRV-015 (anti-IL-15) in Non-responsive Celiac Disease | Antibodies | News Channels – PipelineReview.com

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Provention Bio Announces Initiation of Phase 2b PROACTIVE Study of PRV-015 (anti-IL-15) in Non-responsive Celiac Disease | Antibodies | News Channels  PipelineReview.com Provention Bio Announces Initiation of Phase 2b PROACTIVE Study of PRV-015 (anti-IL-15) in Non-responsive Celiac Disease | Antibodies | News Channels – PipelineReview.com Source: Nigerian Healthcare Blog

A single Covid-19 vaccine could be effective against all current strains – Siliconrepublic.com

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A single Covid-19 vaccine could be effective against all current strains  Siliconrepublic.com Yet more data support COVID-19 aerosol transmission  CIDRAP COVID-19 patients may experience long-term cardiovascular complications  News-Medical.Net COVID-19 clues in a community’s sewage: 4 questions answered about watching wastewater for coronavirus  The Conversation US Symptoms, Radiologic Findings Point to COVID-19 — but It’s Not  MedPage Today View Full coverage […]