Common Diabetes Drugs May Carry Risk, Study Suggests
Nail Fungus Drug Might Help Against HIV, Study Suggests
A common drug used to treat nail fungus may hold promise against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, according
Statins Linked to Raised Risk of Cataracts in Study
The statin medications that millions of adults take to lower their cholesterol levels may also raise their
Developing innovative approaches to brain cancer
When Dr. Jim Olson finished his university studies more than two decades ago, he was consumed by an important question: Would it be possible to light up a cancer cell?
If so, Olson suspected it could improve the results of many cancer surgeries. When surgeons remove a tumor, it can be hard to identify where
Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) – update
19 September 2013 – WHO has been informed of an additional 18 new laboratory-confirmed cases including
Taking vitamin B supplements may help reduce your risk of stroke, a new review shows.
Previous research has yielded conflicting findings about
Jonathan Promises To Resolve Problems in Health Sector
Inaugurating the presidential committee of experts on
AS PHARMACIST, ARE WE OUR OWN PROBLEM?
Since e the inception of pharmacy practice in Nigeria, can we as pharmacist proudly tell ourselves that we are where we ought to be at this time. The question that has bedeviled that pharmacy practice for so long is this