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Stupendous Joy As Christian Broadcasting Network Conducts Free Surgeries on Indigent Nigerians

Stupendous Joy As Christian Broadcasting Network Conducts Free Surgeries on Indigent Nigerians

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: March 21, 2021

Dr Solomon Chollom
Jos

The third week in the month of March, 2021 will no doubt remain a watershed in the lives of individuals and families that benefited from free surgeries of courtesy of Operation Blessing, the Humanitarian Arm of Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), AfricaMore

Give Vaccines a Chance to End The Pandemic

Give Vaccines a Chance to End The Pandemic

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: March 6, 2021

Dr Solomon Cholllom
Jos

So much has changed about life and living since the SARS COV2 virus pandemic hit the world.

With daily figures of infected cases and mortalities due to the virus rising and falling unabatedly, experts and authorities rolled out response strategies.…More

Okeke Christiana, Volunteer Reporter with Inspiration Publishers Emerges Best Graduating Student

Okeke Christiana, Volunteer Reporter with Inspiration Publishers Emerges Best Graduating Student

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: March 5, 2021

Dr Solomon Chollom
Jos

Members of Inspiration Publishers outfit were thrown into jubilation today when news filtered in that one of their Volunteer Reporters with the Medical Journalism section, Okeke Christiana Chiamaka, emerged best graduating student along with her colleague, Mercy Ekpeyong…More

Escapades of Cancer: Our Role In Curbing It

Escapades of Cancer: Our Role In Curbing It

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: February 12, 2021

Al-Qo'simy Hernnany Atere,
Ilorin

Recent reports on cancer cases globally are quiet alarming and devastating. This calls for serious concern amongst stakeholders. It has graduated from a disease of a particular gender or age to a disease of all and sundry. Despite its rare case of transmissibility, we still find it prevalent in contemporary societies. More

Artificial Hair Responsible for Bald Heads -Expert

Artificial Hair Responsible for Bald Heads -Expert

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: February 3, 2021

Pharm Kim Jerry Bot,
Jos

With a fine blend of comedy, technical and professional depth, Pharmacist Kim Jerry educates the public on the relationship between artificial hair and bald head

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Artificial Hair: A Major Cause of Baldness

Artificial Hair: A Major Cause of Baldness

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: February 3, 2021

Pharm Kim Jerry Bot,
Jos

With a fine blend of comedy, technical and professional depth, Pharmacist Kim Jerry educates the public on the relationship between artificial hair and bald head

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The Pfizer Vaccine Option and Matters Arising in Nigeria

The Pfizer Vaccine Option and Matters Arising in Nigeria

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: January 25, 2021

Dr. Solomon Chollom,
Lead Correspondent

Commentaries on the Pfizer vaccines ordered by the federal government of Nigeria have continued to dominate discussions amongst experts in Nigeria. Some experts have expressed fear that Nigeria lacks logistics infrastructure to store and transport those vaccines at the appropriate temperatures, some have questioned the shelf life of the vaccine while others have raised concerns around similarity or otherwise of SARS-CoV-2 variants used in manufacturing vaccines and those circulating in Nigeria, thereby questioning its effectiveness when deployed for use.More

COVID-19: Virologist Says RNA Vaccines Do Not Change Human Genes

COVID-19: Virologist Says RNA Vaccines Do Not Change Human Genes

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: January 21, 2021

Dr Solomon Chollom, a Virologist/ Medical Laboratory Scientist, has stated that the controversies around Covid-19 RNA Vaccines are misplaced, unscientific and are based on poor knowledge on roles of RNA in protein synthesis. More

COVID-19 Vaccines and the Herd Immunity Discourse

COVID-19 Vaccines and the Herd Immunity Discourse

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: January 18, 2021

Bobmanuel Echeonwu,
Jos

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, several epidemiological jargons have suddenly become part of our day-to-day vocabulary, be it by health professionals or by lay men in the field of epidemiology. One such jargon is the term ‘herd immunity’. This term has been grossly misunderstood and misinterpreted/misapplied by many who use it.…More

I am Committed to Unity and Pursuit of Welfare Issues - Prof. Damen

I am Committed to Unity and Pursuit of Welfare Issues - Prof. Damen

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: January 4, 2021

Michael Idoko,
Jos.

The National President, Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN), Prof. James Damen has reiterated his commitment to uniting members of the Association as well as pursue to a logical conclusion, legitimate welfare issues to restore hope and pride of members.More

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