Kaduna govt warns against consumption of drugs looted from NAFDAC store

Looted drugs include codeine, tramadol, other controlled substances The Kaduna State Bureau for Substance Abuse, Prevention and Treatment has warned against the consumption of drugs looted by thugs from the

Lagos confirms 181 COVID-19 positive cases in private school

260 students, staff under isolation Just few weeks after the Lagos State government reopened school, the State Government has confirmed 181 COVID-19 positive cases among students and staff of a private boarding school in Lekki area of the state. Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, who disclosed this, Friday October

International Day of Older Persons: Physiotherapist offers free virtual care for Nigerian elderly

As part of activities marking the 2020 International Day of Older Persons,  a physiotherapist, Prof Efe Useh, has offered to provide free virtual physiotherapy assessments to Nigerian pensioners and other elderly people with low back and neck pain for the rest of the year. Prof. Useh, a Nigerian physiotherapist based

COVID-19 halting mental health services in Africa – WHO survey

Critical funding gaps are halting and disrupting crucial mental health services in Africa, as demand for these services rise amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new World Health Organization (WHO) survey shows. The survey of 28 African countries was undertaken as part of the first global examination of the devastating impact

 
 
 
 
 
 
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