Nurturing Children’s Language Skills Could Help Shield Them From Depression

At the earliest stages of development, kids learn language by interacting with parents, through being read to and listening to conversations in which they aren’t involved. These language skills will prove critical to forming relationships with family and peers as they grow. And recent research suggests stimulating this type of early language development in the home environment may help reduce …

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Nigeria ranks high on Tuberculosis index— WHO

A new report on global burden of disease released, yesterday, by the World Health Organisation, WHO, has ranked Nigeria 4th among six countries with the highest burden of Tuberculosis, TB. The report revealed that Nigeria and five other countries including India, Indonesia, China, Pakistan and South Africa accounted for 60 percent of the total TB cases in 2015 worldwide. The …

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An Entirely Curable Disease Is A Top 10 Killer Around The World

Tuberculosis, a curable airborne disease, is back on the list of the top 10 causes of death globally, the World Health Organization announced Thursday. TB is now the fifth most common cause of death, following heart disease, stroke, lower respiratory infections and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It killed 1.8 million people in 2015, according to the WHO’s latest Global Tuberculosis …

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Reddington Hospital names Lalude group MD

THE board of the Reddington hospital, weeknd, announce the appointment of UK trained consultant general and Laparoscopic Surgeon, Dr. Olutunde Lalude, as group medical director and head of surgery of the hospital group with effect from October 1, 2016. Dr. Lalude is a highly experienced consultant colorectal, general and laparoscopic surgeon with over 25 years of experience practicing in the …

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