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Editor’s Focus is the best health/medical analysis and issue-based insights by our team of professional editors, who themselves are industry practitioners. Conversations around trending public health diseases, health education curriculum, health governance and policies are illuminated for a better understanding.
Editors on the team understand that the letter of every word matter to the reader, hence are carefully chosen with the overall interest of a majority of readers.

On The Readiness of the Coronavirus Vaccine. The COVID-19 Tripod.

The scientific community appears to be in agreement on what must be done to defeat coronavirus. Increased testing, social/physical distancing and vaccination make up the crux of the plan, The COVID-19 Tripod. Medical experts and frontline health care workers are the enforcers of this plan in this pandemic yet...

How to Stay Safe During a Protest.

To protests is a fundamental human right of a human, to the extent that it is peaceful and safe. People protest for different reasons, especially if the reason threatens their existential right. Currently in Nigeria, Youths are protesting against the high handedness and brutality of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad...

Coronavirus Inspires a new culture of Jogging in Lagos.

It is the sixth day of the lockdown and many people, young and not too young, are on the streets jogging from street to street. The lockdown is to prevent the further spread of the highly contagious Coronavirus but some Lagosians have refused to obey the lockdown. It...

USMLE Step 1 To End Current Scoring System.

It is still news that the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) program will change its Step 1 scoring from a 3-digit number to pass/fail. This change is to start on January 1, 2022, and has set off a flurry of shocked responses from students and physicians.