SOS Village benefits from Itel Mobile

AS part of its Community Social Responsibility, CSR, Itel Mobile in partnership with its major dealer, Iknorbert Communication Limited has donated food and educational items to Save Our Soul, SOS, Children’s Village, Isolo, Lagos state. Continue reading SOS Village benefits from Itel Mobile at Vanguard News. Find more latest news and headlines from the newspaper

Agbami tackles TB through public awareness, screening

NIGERIA has the  highest incidence rate of  tuberculosis in Africa and 7th among the 30 high TB burden countries in the world according to the World Health Organisation.   Continue reading Agbami tackles TB through public awareness, screening at Vanguard News. Find more latest news and headlines from the newspaper

Universal health will address medical tourism — Lilly-Tariah

The President of National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, Professor Opubo da Lilly-Tariah has expressed optimistic that with a proper and well implement Universal Health Coverage, Nigerians will be discourage from traveling out of the country to seek medical health. Continue reading Universal health will address medical tourism — Lilly-Tariah at Vanguard News. Find more…

All medicine is modern

I was at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) last week to address a crowd of participants at a conference on herbal medicine. The main thrust of my lecture was that all medicine is modern and that it is high time our medical professionals and physicians focus on the positive aspects of our traditional medicine…

Expert Lists Dangers Of Early Childbearing

An expert in Public Health Education, Prof. Lawanson Briggs has enumerated five key consequences of early childbirth among girls. Making his presentation recently, Prof. Briggs said the consequences are educational, economic, social, psychology, and physiological. According to him, it is a common feature in developing countries for school girls who become pregnant to drop out…

Prostate Cancer, An Epidemic In Waiting – Urologist

A Urologist at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), Prof. Sulyman Kuranga has described prostate cancer as an “epidemic in waiting” in Africa. Kuranga gave the warning on Monday while delivering the 180th Inaugural Lecture of the University of Ilorin. The lecture was entitled: “The Experience of a Urological Surgeon in a Tertiary Institution…