The vaginal speculum, a duck bill-shaped like metal device for pelvic examinations, has a history of controversy as long standing as its innovator, an American gynecologist named James Marion Sims. Sims designed that tool back in 1845 and the current iteration in use resulted from updates made by Thomas Graves in 1870. The controversies around […]
A week ago, LifeBank announced it was aggregating a national register of ventilators, respirators and ICU beds in Nigeria. As at that time, having reached 200 hospitals, Founder Temie Giwa-Tubosun said they had found 126 units, possibly comprising all three equipment categories. Two days ago, after contacting more than 700 hospitals and reaching 500 of […]
Many say Nigeria needs at least five more cities with the same commercial capacity and energy of Lagos to begin to reap the kind of economic benefits she is capable of, especially with her immense availability of youthful human resource. Since it was stripped of capital status in 1991, Lagos has grown immensely through a […]
A programming language isn’t something ordinarily considered capable of making a cultural statement. But Anuoluwapo Karounwi has done just that with Yorlang, a programming language designed to write small programs using Yoruba, a language native to South Western Nigeria.
A growing number of companies are working to improve physical and mental health for the country’s seniors.
Ever opened a website, an app or any digital interface for that matter and thought: “Dayuummm!” “This looks sweet, happy, exciting, warm”?