Why African Countries should Learn from Cuban Healthcare System

Tanya Rosa de la Cuevas Hill is a specialist in comprehensive medicine and she runs a neighborhood clinic in Old Havana in Cuba. Along with her nurse, she looks after 334 families who live in the surrounding streets. “Being a family doctor, I love it,” she says. “The first mission we have is to prevent… Read More Why African Countries should Learn from Cuban Healthcare System

Vitamin B Supplement Linked to Cancer in Men – New Discovery

A group of researchers examined the association between long-term use of supplemental B vitamins and lung cancer risk. They discovered that vitamin B supplements are not chemopreventive for lung cancer and may be harmful. This was published recently in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. B vitamins are a class of water-soluble vitamins that play important… Read More Vitamin B Supplement Linked to Cancer in Men – New Discovery

How Hard it is to See a Doctor in Nigerian Government Hospital

The health sector in Nigeria has been swimming in inefficiency for decades as the governments of several regimes has neglected their fundamental duty to give good and quality health care to citizens. While Nigeria boasts of being linked to some of the best doctors in the world, the health sector in the country is a… Read More How Hard it is to See a Doctor in Nigerian Government Hospital

How Nigerian Doctor Discovered Concussion Trauma in American Football Players

“There are times I wish I never looked at Mike Webster’s brain. It has dragged me into worldly affairs I do not want to be associated with – human meanness, wickedness and selfishness. People trying to cover up, to control how information is released. I started this not knowing I was walking into a minefield.… Read More How Nigerian Doctor Discovered Concussion Trauma in American Football Players