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Unpaid salaries causing untimely death of Ekiti State University staff – ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), has raised the alarm over untimely deaths being recorded among the staff of the Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti (EKSU).

Federal govt directs teaching hospitals to treat obstetric fistula free of charge

The Federal Ministry of Health has directed all teaching hospitals in Nigeria to embark on fistula repairs free of charge as part of efforts to reduce the backlog of the number of women living with the health condition, the Country Project Manager, Fistula Care Plus, Chief Iyeme Efem has said.

Body’s inability to manage glucose cause of diabetes not sugar, food – experts

As the world prepares to observe the World Diabetes Day on Tuesday, Medical experts say the condition is not caused by excessive consumption of sugar or certain types of foods.

Experts clarify myths around diabetes

As the world prepares to observe the World Diabetes Day on Tuesday, Medical experts say the condition is not caused by excessive consumption of sugar or certain types of foods.

Governor Ambode inaugurates LASUTH access road, orders Ayinke House completed in six months

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Wednesday inaugurated a road connecting the premises of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital and Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way in Ikeja.

Governor Ambode inaugurates access road to LASUTH

Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Wednesday inaugurated a road connecting the premises of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) and Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way in Ikeja.

Hostile workplace can trigger mental illness – Psychiatrist

A Psychiatrist, Dr Jubril Abdulmalik, on Wednesday said hostile working environment could trigger mental health problems.

Pharmacy teachers get new curriculum soon – Adelusi-Adeluyi

A new curriculum for the pharmacy profession in the nation’s universities is in the offing, the President of Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy, Prince Julius Adelusi-Adeluyi, has said.

Zamfara has 23 doctors in 24 hospitals – Minister

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has said that Zamfara State with 24 state hospitals has only 23 doctors managing these health institutions.

Nwoye wins APC’s Anambra guber ticket

Mr. Tony Okechukwu Nwoye, has been declared the winner of the Anambra state governorship primary election of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Lagos lawmaker wants Dr. Adadevoh immortalised

Dr Ameyo Adadevoh, who laid down her life to save millions of Nigerians at onset of the Ebola outbreak in 2014, should be immortalised.

UNILAG College of Medicine inducts 106 medical, dental graduates

The College of Medicine, University Of Lagos (CMUL), Lagos State, on Monday inducted 106 newly qualified medical and dental practitioners into the profession, during its 2016 Medical and Dental Induction Ceremony.

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“One Lagos Fiesta” to splash cash on talented youngsters

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