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The NHS has launched a campaign to raise awareness that Community Pharmacists are qualified healthcare professionals who can offer clinical advice and over-the-counter medicines to effectively and safely manage a range of minor illnesses. Read more

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Nigeria's Federal Ministry of Health has confirmed its first Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case in Lagos State, Nigeria. The case is of an Italian citizen who works in Nigeria and returned from Milan, Italy to Lagos, Nigeria on the 25th of February Read more

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Many infertile women and men in Africa are gradually coming to the realization that infertility is a shared problem of both male and female, unlike the past where most of the burden purely rested on the woman. Read more

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If you’re claiming free dental treatment - don’t assume you can claim it for free. Not all benefits entitle you to free dental treatment, and if you claim when you’re not entitled, you could face a penalty charge of £100 plus the cost of your Read more

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London based blogger and vlogger Chanel Ambrose, who recently spoke with media medic Dr. Sara Kayat about the flu vaccine will make sure her two-year old son AJ gets the flu nasal spray vaccine this year. Her elder son Emmanuel who is 10, will be Read more

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One hears quite frequently of waiting lists in the United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS) - with patients having to wait for up to eighteen months to have their operation sometimes. Not for patients of Dr Titus Odedun. Read more

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Former Surgery tutor of the Royal Colleges of Surgeon (Edinburgh & London) - Titus Wole Odedun, has bagged a GAB Award for outstanding contributions to the promotion of the positive image of Africa and Africans through Health Read more

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NHS England and NHS Improvement has launched a campaign to increase awareness of how NHS 111 can help if you need medical help fast and you’re not sure what to do. Read more

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The NHS in England is raising awareness of the fact that nursing offers fantastic opportunities. Nurses have the opportunity to specialise in a broad range of roles across all areas of the NHS. As well as hospital roles, nurses can work in specialist Read more

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A new Public Health Engand (PHE) survey reveals more than seven in ten (78%) people from an African, Caribbean and Black British background or community have experienced early signs of poor mental health including feeling anxious, stressed, having Read more

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Ferdinand Anton is working with DKMS after his six-year-old son lost a close friend to blood cancer this summer. Henry Walker, 5, from Billericay in Essex, was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia in 2018 Read more

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The capital is on its way to achieving zero new HIV infections if Londoners keep making safer choices, say the public health experts launching London’s new summer HIV prevention campaign. Read more

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More than 5 million families across Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean spend over 40 per cent of their non-food household expenses on maternal health services every year, UNICEF said today in a new analysis on maternal health. Read more

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Although most people know the formula for losing weight is to eat less and move more, here Tristan Lee, The Gorgeousness Coach, offers his alternate top ten diet tricks to help shave off those extra pounds. Read more

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I have been a community pharmacist for ten years now. I was inspired to become a Community Pharmacist after my dad had a stroke. Sadly, he passed away a few years ago but since then I’ve made it my personal mission to speak up about the importance of Read more

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We speak to Allied Health Professionals working for the NHS about their roles and what they enjoy most about their jobs. Read more

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The recent Change4Life campaign highlighted that children in England are consuming too much sugar – an extra 2,800 sugar cubes per year. That’s equivalent to 312 cans of sugary cola, 469 higher-sugar yoghurts or 562 chocolate bars! Read more

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After having no luck in Germany, a 41-year-old Nigerian-European mother has launched an urgent appeal to members of the UK public to help her find her stem cell match. Read more

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Around 2,600 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in England each year and around 690 women die from the disease – that’s two deaths every day. If everyone in England attended screening regularly, 83% of cervical cancer cases could be prevented. Read more

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A survey published by the London Assembly Health Committee looking at attitudes towards organ donation within the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities, has revealed that a mere 1% of BAME Londoners are on the organ donor register. Read more

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