Sunday, March 29, 2020
You can't live without your cell phone and — thank god — you usually don't have to. But digital dependence isn't necessarily the healthiest habit. Look out for the scary side effects below — they'll make you feel much better the next time your phone battery dies.
The Nigerian Medical Association has said that about 2000 medical workers leave the country annually to developed countries. The National President of the Association, Francis Faduyile, said this in Abakaliki during the...
Need another reason to monitor your intake of ultra-processed foods? Cutting down on your amounts could help you live longer. In an observational study published online Feb. 11, 2019, by JAMA Internal Medicine, almost 45,000 adults ages...
What is BHCPF? The BHCPF is the fundamental healthcare funding provided by the National Health Act. It was included in the national budget for the first time in 2018 since the Act was signed in 2014. It provides for not...
A phobia is an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something. Humans have a tendency toward phobias. Certain phobias are deemed normal, tolerable, and easy to cope with, like pyrophobia (fear of fire) or thalassophobia (fear of the sea). These are phobias that are relatively...
Sweating is the secretion of fluids by sweat glands onto the surface of the skin, mainly for the purpose of maintaining body temperature within an ideal range. This happens when the body temperature rises due to physical exertion or being in hot surroundings, the evaporation of sweat...
The Chinese in the mid-60’s made a concerted effort to find an effective antimalarial.  Chinese scientists searched for effective antimalarials  from both modern drugs and their ancient medicines.  Project 523 was initiated on 23 of May 1967 for this purpose.  It was  a multicentre collaboration and led...
Amid unrelenting chaos and violence, scientists and doctors in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been running a clinical trial of new drugs to try to combat a year-long Ebola outbreak. On Monday, the trial’s cosponsors at the World Health Organization and the National Institutes of Health announced that...
At some point in some everyone’s lives, they lie about what they do for a living. For most people, it’s just for fun or to get out of an awkward conversation, but for others, it’s part of a scam or con. Not many grifters assume the identity...
It’s something we all do on a regular basis. The time where your hair is just too messy, too long, generally out of control, or you’re just in need of a new look. You’re starting to look and feel a bit like a person who has gone...
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