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down syndrome

Down Syndrome cannot be treated but it can be managed –...

Hello Healthfacts.ng family! Did you know Paediatricians (doctors who treat children) are some of the nicest and coolest doctors ever? We spoke to one...

Blood Donation and Transfusion in Nigeria; A brief chat with a...

Seeing the need for more enlightenment on the subject of Blood Donation, Transfusion and its challenges in Nigeria, team HealthFacts met with Eze Mary-Cynthia,...

Cancer stage 3a recedes to stage 1 after CAM treatment

Good day Sir, please can you briefly introduce yourself? My name is Raymond Toyo. I am the Medical Director of T-Gold Health and Wellness Centre....
nigerian-startup-culture

Mental Health and the Nigerian StartUp culture

In the past few years, the word entrepreneurship has really generated a lot of buzz among youths in Nigeria. Many young people have now...

Beware Computer Geeks!

This past week, ask.healthfacts.ng/healthfacts had a short chat with a few staffs at a tech hub somewhere in Lagos. We discovered a couple of...

Congenital heart disease: Why nursing parents must be vigilant

Hello Healthfacts.ng family! We contacted Dr. Sokunbi (remember her?) once again to share with us important information about congenital heart diseases. Here are some...

Women and Children, more at risk of Intimate Partner Violence, says...

Hello Ma, Can we meet you? My name is Dr. Oyebanji Oluwatoyin, I am a Resident Doctor in the Department of Family Medicine, Benue State...

The Dietitian: Interview with Babatunde Deborah

Babatunde Deborah is a dietitian working as a consultant to various individuals and private health institutions. She is a native of Oyo state in...

“DAILY EXERCISE SAVES LIFE,” – RICHARD AKPAMA

Exercise saves life and its one important aspect of life, you must not toil with, because it saves you from millions of diseases and...
sexual-health

Sexual health is not all about sex – Dr. Oyegunle

Sexual health is a subject of great importance which everyone needs to have a working knowledge of. The vast majority of Nigerians know very...