How poor health seeking behaviour spur mortality rate in Nigeria

Under-five mortality remains high at 102% Only 49% of children delivered in health facility 51% of children delivered by skilled birth attendant in Nigeria- UNICEF Medical experts have identified poor

Doctors indicted for negligence in Lagos Chef’s death

A coroner’s inquest has indicted doctors of a Lagos-based hospital for medical negligence in the death of Peju Ugboma a chef and mother of two.  Ugboma died after she suffered internal bleeding following an elective hysterectomy operation for a fibroid condition at Premier Specialist Hospital in Victoria Island in April

Lagos Train-Bus Collision: 32 discharged, others stable – Health Commissioner

256 Units of Blood received from voluntary donors 32 victims of yesterday’s Train-Bus accident that happened at the PWD – Shogunle axis of Ikeja in Lagos State have been discharged from three State public health facilities after quality medical care and management, the State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi

Why mothers must pay attention to child’s first 1000 days

Neonatal deaths responsible for nearly 40% of overall deaths of children under five Medical experts have called on parents, mothers and expectant mothers to pay a special attention to the first 1000 days of any child, stating that every child stands the chance to survive and develop into a healthy

 
 
 
 
 
 
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