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Wrong Size Of Bra Could Cause Health Implications

According to recent research conducted by bra manufacturer, Triumph, 76 percent of women are wearing the wrong size of bra. Daily Mail reports that wearing a ... Full story

Unpaid Doctors Have No Reason To Go On Strike - Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan stated that the Nigerian doctors have no reason to embark on nationwide strike. According to Jonathan, his government had given the desired attention ... Full story

Unexplained Infertility

This is a condition, when you have tried to conceive naturally, and have also gone for evaluation with your specialist,  and the infertility evaluation is ... Full story

Nigerian Scientists Discover Two New Viruses

Two new viruses have been discovered in Nigeria by a team of scientists from Nigeria and the United States of America. The scientists said the viruses ... Full story

Federal Government Needs N1.93trn To Achieve Health Coverage

The Federal Government yesterday said that about N1.93 trillion is needed to help Nigeria achieve 100% universal health coverage. The executive secretary of the National Health ... Full story

HIV Pandemic Nigeria Is Second To South Africa - Bilali Camara

According to UNAIDS coordinator for Nigeria, Bilali Camara, Nigeria has the second highest number of people infected with HIV in Africa, after South Africa. "Generally speaking, ... Full story

Liberia Releases Last Ebola Patient

Liberia has released its last Ebola patient and begun its countdown to being declared Ebola free. "I am one of the happiest human beings today on ... Full story

US Liberia Kick Off Ebola Drug Trial

Chicago - US and Liberian researchers have started a clinical trial to test the safety and effectiveness of Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc's Ebola drug ZMapp, an ... Full story

Study Shows Truvada Pills Prevents HIV

A study has shown that a pill currently being used to treat HIV could serve to prevent the disease if taken before and after unprotected ... Full story

Fifteen Minute Ebola Test Approved

The first rapid blood test for Ebola has been approved for use by the World Health Organization. It should allow patients to be identified, isolated and ... Full story

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