Femi Otedola offers to pay Majek Fashek’s hospital bills in London

Billionaire business mogul, Femi Otedola, has come to the aid of ailing veteran singer, Majek Fashek. Our medium gathered from The Capital, an online news tabloid, Majek’s manager, Uzoma Day Omenka, confirmed the intervention of Otedola to pick the medical bills of the ‘Rainmaker’, who is currently receiving treatment in a London hospital. Recalling, Otedola had earlier spent a whopping N36,635,000 for the medical bills of former captain and coach of the Super Eagles, Christian Chukwu. Chukwu had a major surgery and treatment at the Wellington Hospital, London, courtesy Otedola…

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HEPIQ-C PROJECT: NIGERIA’S MINISTRY OF HEALTH, PAT WILLIS ECO COMMENCE COLLABORATIVE TALKS WITH VICTORIA CARE CENTRE-UK

As part of its on going efforts at achieving qualitative and result-oriented health care delivery system for its senior citizens the Nigerian Ministry of Health under the auspices of HEPIQ-C PROJECT has in conjunction with London based Pat Willis Eco commenced collaborative talks with The Victoria Care Centre, situated in Royal Park, London with a view to replicating its operative skills especially in the area of service delivery system and personnel training. Speaking recently as the head of Nigerian delegation to to the top-of-the-class Care Centre, Dr Saidu Ahmed Dumbulwa,…

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HEPIQ-C PROJECT: UK Based Pat Willis Eco Ltd To Partner FG on Health & Social Care Program For Senior Citizens

UK based Pat Willis Eco Ltd orgarnisation, which specializes in health and social systems solutions is set to collaborate, share and support its best available knowledge in its Elder’s Health and Social Care Services with the newly introduced Nigerian Government HEPIQ-PROJECT health care delivery system aimed at bringing medical succour to its aging population estimated to be about 18 million. It is estimated that thousands of the elderly die every year from chronic diseases that can be prevented or controlled to achieve healthy and productive lives. The HEPIQ-PROJECT is aimed…

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No “Gay Gene” in Human Body – Study

A genetic analysis of almost half a million people has concluded there is no single “gay gene”. The study, published in Science, used data from the UK Biobank and 23andMe, and found some genetic variants associated with same-sex relationships. But genetic factors accounted for, at most, 25% of same-sex behaviour. Advocacy group GLAAD said the study confirmed “no conclusive degree to which nature or nurture influenced how a gay or lesbian person behaves.” The researchers scanned the genomes – the entire genetic make-up – of 409,000 people signed up to the…

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July 2019 hottest month on record for earth in the past 140 years

July was the hottest month measured on earth since records began in 1880, the latest in a long line of peaks that scientists say backs up predictions for human-made climate change. The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says July was 0.95 degrees Celsius warmer than the 20th century average of 15.8C in that month.Because July is generally the warmest month on the calendar, meteorologists say this means it also set a new all-time monthly record for the past 140 years. Last month’s temperatures narrowly topped the previous July record,…

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BREAKTHROUGH: Scientists Finally Find Cure For Ebola Virus

Scientists working on curing Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo have hit a major breakthrough as two out of four drugs being tested have been found to significantly reduce the death rate. According to the World Health Organisation and the United States National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which was a co-sponsor of the trial, the drugs block the virus, had substantially more effective than previous drugs, which include ZMapp and Remdesivir. Prof Jean-Jacques Muyembe, Director-General of the Institut National de Recherche Biomédicale in DRC, said, “From now…

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Doctors save two snipper patients in Ilorin hospital

-Agency report Dr Yusuf Abdulraheem, the Chief Medical Director (CMD), Yusjib Industrial Medicare, Ilorin, says it took the hospital several hours of intensive care to resuscitate two patients who ingested snipper on Wednesday. Dr Abdulraheem told newsmen in Ilorin on Thursday that the first case was that of a woman, which was reported to his office at about 5:00 a.m. He said that the woman drank the banned substance because of alleged infidelity by her husband. The CMD said when the husband saw his wife drinking the Snipper, he quickly…

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This Sensor-Studded Pill Let You Get A Diagnosis On Your Phone

Imagine popping a pill which can then monitor your insides for potential signs of poor health.  That is what a team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has been working on. This one is a pill-sized ingestible capsule designed to monitor blood in the gastrointestinal tract.  About the size of a pen cap, the prototype sensor combines electronics with useful bacteria.  With this fearsome combination, it can detect signs of excessive bleeding in the gut, and then transmit the results to your smartphone. The project is still in prototype…

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BITTER LEAF JUICE HELP BOOST FERTILITY, FIGHT PROSTATE CANCER –EXPERT

Dr Grace Johnson, a specialist, has said bitter leaf works so well for fertility, and fights prostate cancer because its boost the functions of the reproductive system, balance hormones and help the ovary release healthy eggs. Johnson, who is Food Nutritionist, told News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Monday, that the effect of bitter leaf ranges from specifically toning the reproductive organs and boosting overall health. According to her, the problem with a lot of infertile patients is that they do not connect infertility with “fertile nutrition”. “…

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TOO MUCH SLEEP CAN KILL YOU – NEW STUDY

Sleeping for more than eight hours a night could lead to an early death, new research suggests. A global study led by Keele University has found that people who regularly make time for more sleep could end up with a “serious sleep disorder” that disrupts their breathing and causes an increased risk of heart disease. As a result, the researchers, who looked at data from 74 studies, said that excessive sleep could be a “marker” of poor health. Published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, the study examined…

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