Diabetic and hypertensive patients in Ogun State got relief as the State Ministry of Health and a global pharmaceutical firm, Servier International, are currently partnering on a micro health insurance scheme.Read More
A CAMPAIGN for access to free diabetes screening, and diagnosis with referral services for low income earners in Lagos was launched recently by Novo Nordisk, a Danish company.Read More
Delta State Commissioner for Health, Dr Nicholas Azinge, has said hypertension and diabetes are major causes of blindness.Read More
Studies into the potential applications of Adult Stem Cell (ASC) Therapy are rapidly expanding, thanks to the fast gaining popularity of regenerative medicine.Read More
A resident doctor, Dr Segun Fadare on Tuesday said urinating frequently at night could be a warning sign of high blood sugar level, the hallmark of Type 2 Diabetes.Read More
As more Nigerians grapple with the complication of diabetes foot, arising from the increasing incidence of diabetes in the country, Rainbow Specialist Medical Centre, in partnership with the World Diabetes Foundation and the Podiatry Institute, USA has announced plans to organise its 4th annual five-day capacity building workshop on diabetes foot care.Read More
The Kogi Government on Tuesday said it has screened and treated over 20,000 people with cases of hypertension, diabetes and other ailments in the last eight months across the state.Read More
GREATER consumption of fresh fruit has been associated with a lower incidence of diabetes, as well as reduced occurrence of complications in people with diabetes.Read More
FOREMOST Medical Products supplier, ISN Products Nigeria Limited, is to further the crusade of managing diabetic patients in Nigeria so they can lead a more fulfilling life.Read More
New research shows that people that are living with HIV may be more prone to developing diabetes.
New research suggests that people infected with HIV may be more prone to developing diabetes.
Although the number of people being diagnosed with HIV has fallen dramatically in the past decade, HIV still affects more than 3.5 million individuals in Nigeria.