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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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Android security - Safety Record Newspaper

Android Security – Five Must Know Tips

August 16, 2016

The Android platform has recently exploded in popularity, and hackers and thieves have taken notice. They’ve used the open-source operating system’s shortcomings to steal information from users, or to steal cash directly in the form of premium text fees. But the basic steps toward proper Android security are neither expensive nor difficult. Following these five […]

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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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Safety and the Soul of an Organisation: Imperatives for Economic Potency (2)

July 9, 2016

Julius Akpong Classifications for Organisational Souls In the marketplace, there are first of all wandering souls in competition. The actions of staff, the collective intelligence of an organisation’s human resource and the degree of utilization of same is usually effectively demonstrated in the invisible but powerful publicity, my friend would say “aura” that the organisation […]

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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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World Environment Day: Dirtiest Cities in Nigeria

July 9, 2016

World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. It also serves as the ‘people’s day’ for doing something positive […]

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Gas Powered Generator - Safety Record Newspaper

Gas Powered Generator Invention and Safety Concerns

July 1, 2016

…Who Will Protect the Consumers? With the high cost of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) otherwise known as petrol, comes inventions to reduce the cost of domestic consumption of petrol to generate alternative power. Of note is the newly introduced Gas Cylinder powered generating set to generate electricity. Concerned citizens are calling on the authorities to […]

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Causes of fatigue and sleepiness and how to fight them

June 8, 2016

Fatigue Cause No. 1: Not Enough Sleep It may seem obvious but you could be getting too little sleep. That can negatively affect your concentration and health. Adults should get seven to eight hours every night. Make sleep a priority and keep a regular schedule. Ban laptops, cell phones, and televisions from your bedroom. Still […]

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Sports Injury: How being injured affects mental health

June 8, 2016

Injuries, while hopefully infrequent, are often an unavoidable part of sport participation. While most injuries can be managed with little to no disruption in sport participation and other activities of daily living, some impose a substantial physical and mental burden. For some athletes, the psychological response to injury can trigger or unmask serious mental health […]

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