Nigeria in the throes of a yellow fever epidemic. In early November 2020, positive samples for yellow fever were reported from five Nigerian states.
COVID-19 infection, Harvard is the protagonist of an interesting study on one of the issues of greatest concern for healthcare workers today: that relating to the evolution of infection in the respiratory tract, pneumonia above all.
What are the most used stretchers in Nigeria? Every day in Nigeria, emergency response teams turn up in different locations across the country for the rescue of victims of road accidents, building collapse, fire accidents, natural…
Increased incidence of TGCT: Early and repeated exposures to diagnostic imaging, such as X-rays and CT scans, may increase the risk of testicular cancer, suggests a new study from Penn Medicine researchers published online today in PLOS ONE
The tenth Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), which struck the eastern part of the country between 2018 and early 2020, went on to become the largest in the country's history.
In France, as in Italy, COVID-19 has meant a surge in rescue operations and ambulance transport missions. Haute Autorité de santé (HAS), a counterpart in part of our Istituto Superiore di Sanità, has issued guidelines for rescuers and…
Floods, mobile clinics are the solution: in South Sudan, in Awerial county, mobile clinics have set off to visit doctors and treat people who have fled the floods that have devastated entire regions in recent weeks. In South Sudan, in…
Familial hypercholesterolemia, a rare genetic disease that causes serious health consequences (e.g. heart attack and stroke) that require appropriate containment measures with appropriate medication and an appropriate lifestyle.
Bishop of Chinhoyi denounces the Government violence throughout the country and begins speaking that medics in the army could destroy the country.
This year's Nobel Prize for Medicine was awarded to the three scientists who discovered the Hepatitis C virus, an infectious disease that affects the liver and still causes 400,000 deaths worldwide each year.