Blog 30/05/2022

Key Facts You Should Know About Monkeypox

Monkeypox virus was first discovered in 1958 when monkeys transported from Singapore to a Danish research facility became ill. The First confirmed human case occurred in 1970 .The virus was …

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Blog 13/05/2022

Depression: Meaning, Types, and Coping Strategies

A low mood from time to time is normal, but if a sad mood lasts for an extended time and interferes with normal functioning, you may be suffering from depression. …

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Blog 11/11/2021

Uberisation Of Health Care In Nigeria

The latest trend in the health sector is Uberisation of Health Care. This happens when individual health apps and services are connected to make sure citizens have access to medical services at any time, any place and anywhere.

Blog 02/11/2021

Are Digital Medical Platforms The Change We Need In Medicine?

The medical industry is facing the same issues as every other sector. There’s a large amount of data being collected, but the information being processed hasn’t been. In many cases, the unstructured data is just been tossed aside, never to be utilized. Digital medical platforms are changing this paradigm.

Blog 27/10/2021

5 Categories You Didn’t Know Telemedicine Had

There are Categories in Telemedicine that quite a lot of people know nothing about. Gone are the days when people had to queue in hospitals, whenever they needed a medical …

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Blog 15/10/2021

Taking care of your elderly ones in the 21st century, using digital platforms

Taking care of your elderly ones is a cultural tradition that reaches back decades or even centuries, depending on the country’s history. In this day and age, there are many digital platforms for taking care of your aging parents, helping them live in their homes as long as possible and improve the quality of their lives.

Blog 13/10/2021

Would you rather stay in the past and risk the future of your loved ones?

Our parents or guardians took care of us by themselves without any help, when we were young, so it is a Nigerian custom to reciprocate it… Well, things are changing …

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