Issues Before WHO Member States For Next Leader

THE health challenges in today’s world, particularly for developing countries, demand bold new leadership to ensure the organization can deliver on its mandate for people across the globe. As the World Health Organization (WHO) votes for a new leader next month, the WHO member states can make a decisive impact on global health. The election comes…

Excitement as QC Students Resume

There was air of profound excitement among returning students of Queens College Lagos as parents and relations help to ferry belongings into the School at the weekend. The Onike back gate of the School which was dedicated solely as entry point into the School was manned by security men and officials of the School who were on…

Queens College Experience, Never Again!

At last, the parents, teachers and students of Queens College Lagos can heave sighs of relief as the School reopens next weekend on the advice of Lagos State government to continue with academics. The reopening of the College follows the declaration by Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris that its management “has successfully met all…

Parenting the Generation Y Children

Dr. Rotimi Coker WHO are the Generation Y children? The Generation Y children also known as ‘GY’ are teenagers, adolescents and young adults within the age–range 10-30 years. They are the children born between the years 1980 and 2000. The GYs are also known as the Millennials. The Millennials were born in the information age. They…

Time to Bridge Professional Gaps

THE TIDE of time is swinging and it is now in the direction of the nation’s healthcare professionals who are gearing towards sheathing all swords of disharmony for the benefit of the sick and vulnerable in the society. On May 11, the various professional groups in the health sector will gather at the University of Lagos…

‘WMD: My Malaria Experience in UK ‘

  HER PASSION to see that malaria no more kills Nigerians especially children and pregnant women is incredible and she is known to have been actively invoved in the fight to rid Nigeria of malaria through informed education and awaeness programmes on the platform of a pet project; ‘Malaria No More As the world marks 2017…

No Access to Water on Earth Day!

Its yet another occasion to mark the annual Earth Day with the theme: ‘Environmental and climate literacy’, which aims at educating on sustainable environment with regards t knowledge of the global climate change. Albeit celebrating Earth Day in the past had always drawn attention to basic needs of  man, It is unfortunate that as the…