Why We All Must Stay Away From New Paintings

Why We All Must Stay Away From New Paintings

New Paintings, whether for a car or a house has ...

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PSN PAYS COURTESY CALL TO THE MINISTER OF HEALTH

PSN PAYS COURTESY CALL TO THE MINISTER OF HEALTH

Members of the Pharmaceutical Share

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Garlic:An overhyped supplement?

Garlic:An overhyped supplement?

As a pharmacist, it sometimes baffles me why peoplele spend so much on supplements, and so called

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Kidnapper sleeps after taking tramadol

Kidnapper sleeps after taking tramadol

A suspected kidnapper, who wanted to kidnap a pharmacy owner, slept off as a result of

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OPEN DRUG MARKET: Historical perspective of an undying monster, The podcast.

OPEN DRUG MARKET: Historical perspective of an undying monster, The podcast.

The open drug is a big shame on a country like Nigeria, in this episode, the team gives a historical perspective of this monster

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Essential Medicine list: FG presents Guidelines for Review

Essential Medicine list: FG presents Guidelines for Review

The Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH), in Share

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NAFDAC: Listeriosis Resulting From Consumption Of Imported Contaminated Frozen Mixed Vegetable

NAFDAC: Listeriosis Resulting From Consumption Of Imported Contaminated Frozen Mixed Vegetable

Pharmacovigilance/Post marketing directorates) carried out the nationwide investigations in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja. NAFDAC recovered a total of

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Five Facts You Need to KNow ABout Salmonella

Five Facts You Need to KNow ABout Salmonella

For every one case of Salmonella illness confirmed by laboratory tests, there are about 30 more cases of Salmonella illnesses that are not

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Be of good cheer

Be of good cheer

The pharmaceutical sector has never had it this bad in ...

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Edo 2018, how it went down plus side attractions

Edo 2018, how it went down plus side attractions

Especially 2018, as it went down with the side attractions

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Department of traditional medicine has been set up by the federal government

Department of traditional medicine has been set up by the federal government

The Nigerian federal ministry of health has given the approval ...

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PSN CONFERENCE 2018: OLUBADAN OF IBADANLAND IS THE ROYAL FATHER OF THE DAY

PSN CONFERENCE 2018: OLUBADAN OF IBADANLAND IS THE ROYAL FATHER OF THE DAY

As the Pharmacist society of Nigeria (PSN) prepares for this ...

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WHO Declares Paraguay Malaria Free

WHO Declares Paraguay Malaria Free

The World Health Organization (WHO) yesterday certified Share

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DEMOCRACY DAY GIFT: FEDERAL GOVT OF NIGERIA SACKS ALL HEALTH WORKERS AMIDST EBOLA SCARE .

DEMOCRACY DAY GIFT: FEDERAL GOVT OF NIGERIA  SACKS ALL HEALTH WORKERS AMIDST EBOLA SCARE .

As Nigeria prepares for her democracy day celebration tomorrow 29th ...

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The Johesu strike explained

The Johesu strike explained

The issue of health workers in Nigeria embarking on strike ...

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OPEN DRUG MARKET: A historical perspective of an undying monster

OPEN DRUG MARKET: A historical perspective of an undying monster

Holly Martins looked directly at Harry Lime and asked, “Have ...

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RAISING A NATION OF ADDICTS

RAISING A NATION OF ADDICTS

Addiction is a tough illness, and recovering from it is ...

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SCIENTISTS RED-FLAGS TWO BLOOD PRESSURE DRUGS

Scientists at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt ...

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OPEN DRUG MARKET CLOSURE: A MENACE THAT SUCCUMBS TO EXTENSION ALONE

OPEN DRUG MARKET CLOSURE: A MENACE THAT SUCCUMBS TO EXTENSION ALONE

The issue of open drug market, and its detrimental effect ...

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MALARIA KILLS MORE PEOPLE IN THE NORTH EAST THAN BOKOHARAM

MALARIA KILLS MORE PEOPLE IN THE NORTH EAST THAN BOKOHARAM

Following a recent visit to Borno state, WHO malaria experts completed a modelling exercise to estimate malaria cases as well as how many deaths could be prevented if a basic set of initiatives were undertaken. The report concluded that with the right joint actions, up to 10 000 deaths could be prevented in Borno state alone.

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