Health&Fitness

University Of Ibadan Medical School Shut Down

The University of Ibadan (UI) on Sunday closed its medical school, directing students to vacate hostels by noon on the same day. The directive is contained in a release signed by the institution’s Registrar, Olujinmi Olukoya, and made available to newsmen in Ibadan. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the release was, however, neither dated nor written on the ...

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How To Shrink The Prostate Naturally

Enlarged prostate or benign prostatic enlargement happens when cells in the prostate abnormally divide and multiply, causing the organ to increase in size. Benign prostatic enlargement or BPE is also commonly called benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH. An enlarged prostate can cause frustrating and uncomfortable symptoms, most commonly urinary and sexual difficulties. These problems may decrease an individual’s overall quality ...

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U.S. High Court Skeptical Toward California Law On Anti-Abortion Centres

A California law that requires Christian-based facilities that steer pregnant women away from abortion to post notices about the availability of state-subsidized abortions ran into trouble at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, with justices on the right and left indicating it may violate free speech rights. Various justices voiced concern that the Democratic-backed 2015 law was crafted to take ...

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What Does It Mean When Your Left Lung Hurts?

The lungs do not have a significant amount of pain receptors, which means that any pain felt in the lungs probably originates somewhere else in the body. However, some lung-related conditions can result in pain in the left lung. The chest contains several vital organs, including the heart and lungs. Because of this, it is understandable why a person who ...

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NAFDAC Confiscates 40 Cartons Of Illegally Re-Validated Expired Drugs

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has confiscated not less than 40 cartons of assorted expired drugs at the Onitsha drug market for being illegally re-validated by traders. A Deputy Director, NAFDAC at Onitsha, Mrs Christiana Essenwa, told newsmen in Onitsha that after the raid, three shops were also sealed. Essenwa said that no arrests ...

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FG Exploring Alternative Sources To Improve Health care Funding In Nigeria – Osinbajo

President Muhammadu Buhari is committed to finding lasting solutions to the challenges of healthcare delivery and funding in Nigeria, including exploring alternative sources, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN. Prof. Osinbajo stated this today at the Presidential Villa when he received a delegation from the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), an international public-private partnership committed to increasing access to ...

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Heart Attack Signs you Can’t Ignore

Cardiovascular disease kills an average of 2,200 Americans every day. That’s 1 death every 40 seconds. About 92.1 million Americans are living with some form of cardiovascular disease. Unfortunately, others are still dealing with the aftereffects as a result of a heart attack or stroke. Ultimately, cardiovascular disease is the #1 killer of Men and Women in America. Due to the ...

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Ten Health Benefits Of Sex

By Hannah Nichols Type “sexual health” into a search engine, and it is likely that you will be bombarded with pages of articles covering anything and everything, from sexual norms and advice on relationships, birth control, and pregnancy, to information about STDs and how to avoid them. What is less often discussed, however, is the abundant physical and psychological health benefits ...

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Eating Fried Potatoes May Double Risk Of Early Death

A new study indicates that eating two to three portions of fried potatoes every week could raise the risk of early death by twofold. Study co-author Luigi Fontana, of Brescia University Medical School and CEINGE Biotecnologie Avanzate – both in Italy – and colleagues came to their findings after analyzing the data of more than 4,400 adults from the United ...

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