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We'll Collaborate With MLSCN To Deal With Quackery - Prof. Damen

We'll Collaborate With MLSCN To Deal With Quackery - Prof. Damen

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: December 14, 2020

Dr. Solomon Chollom,
Jos

The National President, Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN), Prof James Damen, has hinted that tough time awaits quacks who have infiltrated the medical laboratory science profession in Nigeria.More

Mitigating the Burden of Malaria in Pregnancy

Mitigating the Burden of Malaria in Pregnancy

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: December 14, 2020

Bobmanuel Echeonwu,
Jos

Malaria endemicity in Nigeria is of global significance, with an annual 53 million cases and approximately 82,000 deaths according to the World Health Organization annual malaria report 2019. More

Could Human Quest for Survival Lead to Extinction?

Could Human Quest for Survival Lead to Extinction?

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: December 8, 2020

Joseph John Ufot,
Abuja

The environment plays a crucial role in our existence on this planet. Human activities should not be detrimental to the environment. Sometimes, the effect of environmental pollution at a location may be seen thousands of miles away from source. This has necessitated the coming together of several groups. Global awareness of the effect of the environment, the international collaborations and cooperation have led to significant improvements to issues bordering on environmental factors such as climate change. More

Foods that Boost The Immune System

Foods that Boost The Immune System

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: December 4, 2020

Nelson Igbokwe,
Port Harcout

Good diet is a crucial factor to our health as it has a great impact on our immune health especially in these perilous times.Hopefully, by the end of this article you might need to do a little adjustment to your food menu. It's really worth it. I promise. More

HIV/AIDS: NOT A DEATH SENTENCE

HIV/AIDS: NOT A DEATH SENTENCE

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: December 1, 2020

MLS Chibueze Obi-George,
Enugu

"AIDS does not inevitably lead to death, especially if you suppress the co-factors that support the disease. It is very important to tell this to people who are infected". - Luc Montagnier

Kene was a young medical student in one of the most prestigious universities in Nigeria when he was diagnosed of HIV. He was diagnosed of HIV when he was in pre clinical classes. This happened when he joined in a community medical outreach organised by the departmental student body NIMELSSA (Nigerian medical laboratory science students association) during their Student week.…More

Abiola Fashina Emerges ISN Medical Laboratory Scientist of the Year 2020

Abiola Fashina Emerges ISN Medical Laboratory Scientist of the Year 2020

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: November 30, 2020

YOMI Newton,
Lagos

The ISN Medical Laboratory Scientist of the Year (iMLSOTY) award ceremony held over the weekend with Mr Abiola Fashina of the University of Lagos Health Centre clinching the star prize of one million naira.More

Effect of Bad Road Network on Effective Healthcare Delivery

Effect of Bad Road Network on Effective Healthcare Delivery

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: November 23, 2020

Yomi Newton,
Lagos

Gully-dotted roads and prolonged traffic gridlock are major characteristics of Nigerian roads in the rural and urban areas. They have caused lot of pains and invariably increased unpalatable stories that touch the heart. If data is accurately captured, bad roads and poor road networks would compete with traffic gridlock in rating. More

ISN Awards for Outstanding Medical Laboratory Scientists

ISN Awards for Outstanding Medical Laboratory Scientists

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: November 22, 2020

Dr Solomon Chollom
Jos

ISN Products Nigeria Limited,a leading supplier of Medical Diagnostic Products and Services in Nigeria rolls out Awards for Medical Laboratory Scientists in Nigeria. More

Antibiotics: Our Enemies or Our Friends?

Antibiotics: Our Enemies or Our Friends?

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: November 22, 2020

Pharm Kim Jerry Bot,
Jos

As the World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2020 rolls on, I recall several stories of abuse of antibiotics by patients even in the face of intense health education. This particular one comes to mind readily... More

Global Effort to Sustain Nature: A Focus on the Environment

Global Effort to Sustain Nature: A Focus on the Environment

Category: Medical and Health Journalism Posted: November 19, 2020

Joseph John Ufot
Abuja

Human existence and survival on earth has been affected by several factors. Most times, governments around the world strive to improve healthcare to ensure human existence is prolonged. Many work hard to reduce poverty levels in their nation. Some engage in aggressive agricultural drive to ensure there is more than enough food in their country.More

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