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Why You Need to Cut Down on Red Meat Consumption

Scientists Find Biological Links Between Red Meat and Colorectal Cancer

Eating less red meat is standard medical advice for preventing colorectal cancer, but the way it causes cells to mutate has remained unclear, and...

Triple Celebration as Lagos ALPs Chairman Clocks 60, Hands Over, Retires

-Lagos ALPs elects new executives It was harvest of encomiums for the Lagos State ALPs Chairman, Pharm. (Mrs) Modupe Alli, who successfully retired from active...
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Hypertension cases increasing among older Nigerians –Physician

A General Physician with Isolo General Hospital Lagos, Dr. Olumuyiwa Akinola, has alerted that there is a dramatic increase in hypertension prevalence among older...
Plaudits as Bloom Public Health Launches Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Blueprint

Plaudits as Bloom Public Health Launches Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Blueprint

It was in deed an atmosphere pervaded by intellectual engagements and the cross-fertilisation of workable ideas as Bloom Public Health launched what can be...

Prioritise ensuring access to HPV vaccines, GAVI Alliance urges policymakers

GAVI Alliance says the 2021 International Day Of the African Child is an opportunity to encourage policymakers to prioritise accessibility to Human Papillomavirus Vaccines...

US Scientists Develop coating to Capture Airborne Droplets

United States scientists said on Wednesday they had developed a sticky wall coating that repurposes ingredients used in hair conditioners to trap aerosolised droplets,...
Researchers find protein that could prevent, reverse diabetes

Researchers Find Protein that Could Prevent, Reverse Diabetes

A recent study from the University of British Columbia, in Canada, has found a specific protein within the fat cells of mice that could...

WHO Tasks Countries on TB Eradication as Care Drops by 21%

The Director-General, World Health Organisation, Tedros Ghebreyesus, has called for more commitment from member states to end Tuberculosis as COVID-19 continued to impact TB...

Two Hours Per Week in Nature Brings Bountiful Benefits- Study Finds

Researchers at the University of Exeter in England and Uppsala University in Sweden have recently found that taking in a lungful 120 minutes' worth...
1 in 8 Nigerian Children Dies before fifth Birthday, about 2 in 3 stunted

WHO, UNICEF Lament Highest Burden of Cervical Cancer, Malnutrition in Africa

  Two giant global health bodies, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have called on African leaders to increase access...


Anambra PSN Tasks Hospital Pharmacists on Professionalism

  Towards uplifting Pharmacy practice in Anambra State, the Chairman, Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) Anambra Chapter, Pharm. Johesephat Obasi, has urged members of Association...


You Need a Mentor to Succeed in Community Pharmacy Practice –...

It was Bob Proctor, the CEO of the Proctor Gallagher Institute, who once said that “a mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within...


TBC Donates Drugs, Foodstuffs, Other Items to Lepers Colony, Abeokuta

- Partners Reals, Seagreen, Phillips, others A non-governmental organisation (NGO), The Bliss Cottage Foundation (TBC), has donated drugs, foodstuffs and other items worth several thousands...
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Marks of The New Life

There are habits, lifestyles and desires that manifest in the old or natural life. These habits wear off as you become spiritually transformed.  Your friends, neighbours, relations...
I Test My Brain to be sure it’s still fine — Atueyi, 80-Year-Old Pharmacist

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