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National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives

The union was founded on 8 December 1977, when the Government of Nigeria merged the Nigerian Nurses’ Association with the Nigerian Association of Nurse Anaesthetists. The Professional Association of Trained Nurses of Nigeria, Professional Association of Midwives of Nigeria, Professional Association of Public Health Nurses, Psychiatric Nurses Association and Industrial Nurses Association also joined the new union. The union affiliated to the Nigeria

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Gestational Diabetes Signs, Symptoms, Test, Treatment, Complications, and Diet

Gestational diabetes cannot always be prevented; however, obesity is a prime determinant for developing the disease. Maintaining a healthy weight and following a good nutritional plan both before and during pregnancy can decrease your chances of developing gestational diabetes. Maintaining a healthy weight can also decrease your chances of developing type 2 diabetes following pregnancy.

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All you need to know about depression.

Depression is a mood disorder that causes an unending feeling of sadness and loss of interest. It is also known as Major depressive disorder or clinical depression, it affects your thinking, feelings, behavior and can lead to many emotional and physical problems. You might even have troubles going about your usual day-day activities, sometimes you might even feel life is

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Nursing students in England and India share learning on Covid-19

14 MAY, 2021 BY GEMMA MITCHELL Edge Hill student nurse Kirsty Cain, top right, and a student nurse from Manipal College of Nursing in India during a ‘knowledge exchange’ webinar Student nurses from England have connected online with their counterparts in India to share experiences and to offer support during a critical time in the South Asian country’s Covid-19 battle. At a

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