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Monkeypox: Signs and Symptoms

           Monkeypox is a rare disease caused by infection with the monkeypox virus. Monkeypox virus is part of the

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Breastfeeding Week: Policymakers urged to consider 6mths maternity leave for mothers A Senior Registrar in the Paediatric Department of the

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Advocates stringent measures against perpetrators   A  Civil Society Organization, Hacey Health Initiative, has condemned the high rate of female genital

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Medical laboratory scientist council of Nigeria (MLSCN)  disclosed that it has closed four laboratories and sealed 34 others in Osun

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A home grown foundation, the Continental Computers has donated a 24-bed comprehensive female medical ward to the General Hospital, Katsina.

 
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