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Health Safety

Monkeypox

Understanding Monkeypox As Public Safety Concern

November 7, 2017

  Three years after many Nigerians were affected with the Ebola disease which led to many deaths, and Lassa fever also causing more than a scare sometime after, the nation is again battling another deadly viral attack that has infected over 74 people across the nation. This vicious viral infection called Monkeypox has already registered […]

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World No Tobacco Day 2017: Beating tobacco for health, prosperity, the environment and national development

June 1, 2017

    Action to stamp out tobacco use can help countries prevent millions of people falling ill and dying from tobacco-related disease, combat poverty and, according to a first-ever WHO report, reduce large-scale environmental degradation. On World No Tobacco Day 2017, WHO is highlighting how tobacco threatens the development of nations worldwide, and is calling […]

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WHAT IS FATIGUE?

June 1, 2017

WHAT IS FATIGUE? Fatigue referred to as tiredness, exhaustion, lethargy, and listlessness, describes a physical and/or mental state of being tired and weak. Physical and mental fatigue although different, the two often exist together – if a person is physically exhausted for long enough, they will also be mentally tired. When somebody experiences physical fatigue, […]

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Suicide: More People Are Seeking Professional Help – Psychologist

May 4, 2017

  A lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Lagos State University, Mr Benjamin Olabimitan, has disclosed that more depressed people have been seeking professional help in the wake of public outcry generated by the recent increase in suicide cases in Nigeria. He made this known in an exclusive chat with Our Community Newspaper in his […]

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FASHION HAZARD

November 9, 2016

  Joy Ikems Fashion encompasses the processes and products aimed at achieving a cool and hip look, comfortability and inner self-expression. But in recent times, immodesty in the fashion sense of today’s youths is on the increase. Even little children are caught in the act because their parents see fashion as a different ball game […]

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shopping for a reliable medical doctor

Shopping For a Reliable Medical Doctor

September 19, 2016

… Why it’s Important and Where to Look for one in Nigeria Coming to terms with subjecting oneself to a medical doctor can be a challenge, especially if you have moved to a new community or are seeking for a second opinion after an unsatisfactory medical care. Asking for recommendations from coworkers, neighbors, and friends […]

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Pharmacists Laud FG's Alert on Fake Drugs

Pharmacists Laud FG’s Alert on Fake Drugs

September 16, 2016

… Advise public to beware of unlicensed dealers Pharmacists in Lagos have commended the medical alert by the Federal Ministry of Health on the circulation of two fake versions of Quinine Sulphate, an anti-malaria drug. According to these professionals, who are the last channels of drug-remedies to the public, they said that it was a […]

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Self CPR: Fact Or Hoax - Safety Record Newspaper

Self CPR: Fact Or Hoax

August 16, 2016

I have come across some article circulating all over the internet (too many times) about how people can help themselves if they are suffering a heart attack. The technique: Coughing and deep breathing every two seconds otherwise known as Self CPR. The article has started spreading again lately especially as news of the autopsy report […]

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Protection of Workers from Hepatitis B in the Workplace _ Safety Record Newspaper

Protection of Workers from Hepatitis B in the Workplace

August 16, 2016

World Hepatitis Day is being marked on July 28 again this year. It was established by the World Health Organization to raise awareness and promote understanding of viral hepatitis, the seventh leading cause of death worldwide. There are vaccines for hepatitis A and B, but no vaccine exists for hepatitis C. In April 2016, the […]

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5 Dirtiest States in Nigeria

July 9, 2016

1. Ekiti state: A recent survey conducted by the Community-led Total Sanitation (CLTS) ranked Ekiti as the state with the highest number of persons who openly defecate in Nigeria. About 1.8 million residents of the state out of a total population of 2.7 million is believed to engage in the menace. With heaps of waste […]

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