Cholera Out Break: Dozens Die in Bayelsa Including 6 in Otueke

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by Arodiegwu Eziukwu Six persons, including a woman, have been reported dead following a new cholera outbreak in the Ologi community of Ogbia Local Government area of Bayelsa state. President Jonathan hails from Ogbia LGA. In critical condition were several persons, including women and children from the community. The epidemic was earlier reported More...

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By NewsRescue On Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
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Bayelsa: 30 Dead in Cholera Outbreak… From Lack of Potable Water

Arodiegwu Eziukwu No less that 30 deaths have been recorded in Bayelsa following the outbreak of Cholera in the state, a health official in the state has told PREMIUM TIMES. Investigations indicate that the lack More...

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By NewsRescue On Sunday, January 18th, 2015
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I Will Release My HIV ‘Vaccine’ to Nigerian Government if … – Abalaka

by Nnenna Ibeh Jeremiah Abalaka, a surgeon turned immunologist, who claimed to have developed a vaccine for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV, said he would only release his vaccine recipe to the Nigerian government More...

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By NewsRescue On Saturday, December 20th, 2014
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Still On Health Sector Strike, by Dr. Tque Majolagbe

by Dr. Tque Majolagbe The health sector in Nigeria has been plagued by strikes over the last two decades, indeed the incessant nature of strikes in the sector has made it worrisome and gives cause to wonder if this More...

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By NewsRescue On Sunday, December 7th, 2014
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Misplaced Rivalry (V), by Dr. Ibrahim Toli

Other causes of health sector dispute This article, which is the fifth in the series, continues to examine the major causes of disharmony in the health sector of Nigeria. The previous article identified and discussed More...

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By NewsRescue On Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
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Nigeria has 9% of global HIV cases

By Luka Binniyat & Mayen Etim KADUNA—Nigeria accounts for nine percent of total global HIV/AIDS infection. Altogether, 35 million people live with the virus in the world. This was made known by the Executive More...

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By NewsRescue On Sunday, November 30th, 2014
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Misplaced Rivalry (IV), by Ibrahim Toli

by brahim Toli  The first three articles in this series essentially focused on the organisation of our health care delivery system, qualifications and roles of the various players in the industry. We will now examine More...

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By NewsRescue On Monday, November 24th, 2014
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Misplaced Rivalry (III), by Dr. Ibrahim Toli

In the second part of the article, we examined the postgraduate medical training and how it differs from the traditional postgraduate degrees. This part will discuss academic qualifications and roles of two major More...

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By NewsRescue Editor 3 On Thursday, November 20th, 2014
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Aftermath Of Ebola Virus Disease: Lagos State Govt Abandons Isolation Centre

November 20, 2014. NewsRescue By: Ibrahim Olalekan The World Health Organization (WHO), on Monday, October 20, declared Nigeria free of the deadly Ebola virus after six weeks with no new cases. The announcement More...

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By NewsRescue Editor 3 On Thursday, November 20th, 2014
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Misplaced Rivalry II

November 20, 2014. NewsRescue By: Ibrahim Toli The part one of this article gave introduction to organisation of health care delivery system and the undergraduate medical training. This part will discuss postgraduate More...