People living with disabilites

Possibilities for people living with disabilities

People living with disabilites The Clinical Pharmacy Clerkship in OOUTH, Sagamu runs for some 6 weeks and allows associate Pharmacists to receive clinical training and garner experience in clinical settings, to hone their skills, especially in the area of drug therapy, and to experience first-hand Pharmacy as a profession (of humanitarianism) in contrast to Pharmacy as a course of study. Like many things scholarly, it… Read more

The Head of MEDUSA

The beginning of this month of August was a very prayerful one for many a Nigerian student, at least those who believed that even God can mediate between ASUU and our (…) federal government. ASUU, we had heard was set to embark on yet another strike; while the memory of last year’s six-month postponement of the destinies of millions of (the poor man’s) children is… Read more

Salad is more dangerous than beefburgers

Certain types of bacteria found in the pre-cut salad bags can be almost impossible to kill, Professor Hugh Pennington said, unless the leaves are irradiated – a process the public would oppose. His claim follows a Health Protection Agency investigation into an outbreak of salad-linked Cryptosporidium infections that affected around 300 people in England and Scotland in May. In the analysis of the exposure to… Read more

Bee venom can kill HIV

A new study has shown that bee venom can kill the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have demonstrated that a toxin called melittin found in bee venom can destroy HIV by poking holes in the envelope surrounding the virus, according to a news release sent out by Washington University. Nanoparticles smaller than HIV were infused with… Read more