HEALTH Archive

JOHESU threatens strike, vows to shut down hospitals

There are strong indications that activities in government hospitals may shut down if the Federal Government fails to meet the demands of the Joint Health Sector Unions and Assembly of Health Care Professionals. This is coming as

Resident doctors begin nationwide strike

Resident doctors across the country, yesterday, embarked on an indefinite strike to press for better welfare. The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) rose from a meeting in Abuja, yesterday morning, and voted for total strike. The doctors

Woman struck with breast cancer needs N6.4m for treatment

Barely able to walk without falling, she had to be supported on both sides by her care-giver and family member as she made her way to the plastic chair reserved for her in the small sitting room.

Report – Lack of sleep costing Australia $52.48bn annually

Sleep deprivation is costing the Australian economy 52.48 billion dollars  annually, a report released on Tuesday found. The Deloitte Access Economics, in a report, found that 39.8 per cent of Australians were not getting enough sleep. Deloitte