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Monkeypox vaccination rumour:

  The Bayelsa State Government on Friday announced the suspension of all forms of medical outreach program in public and private schools throughout the st

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Posted On: 13 Oct 2017

Official: 184 Nigerians die of

  The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, says no fewer than 184 persons died from an outbreak of cholera in eight states across the country this y

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Posted On: 10 Oct 2017

Pupils flee Yobe schools over

  Parents on Monday withdrew their children from public primary schools in Damaturu, forcing the schools to shut down over rumour of an unusual injection

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Posted On: 09 Oct 2017

Commissioner Denies Influx Of

  The Rivers State Commissioner for Health, Professor Chikere Princewill, has denied the state’s involvement in the outbreak of the Monkey Pox disea

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Posted On: 07 Oct 2017

Monkeypox: Nigerians advised o

  The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has called on Nigerians to stop eating dead animals, bush meat, particularly monkeys, as Nigerian health authorit

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Posted On: 06 Oct 2017

Gut bugs in mosquitoes may hol

Mosquitoes harbor gut bacteria just like people do — and the bugs inside the bugs may hold a key to fighting malaria. Today, bed nets and insectici

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Posted On: 03 Oct 2017

Molecule kills HIV as single d

  Scientists have designed a synthetic molecule that can reactivate dormant human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in mice and lead to the death of some of th

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Posted On: 26 Sep 2017

Ethiopia to assess 15 years of

  Ethiopia plans to conduct a study on HIV/AIDS prevention and control activities that have been carried out during the past 15 years.   According

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Posted On: 25 Sep 2017

Marijuana prevents people from

  Is it not a 'gateway drug' after all?   Cannabis might still be illegal in the UK, but new research has found that the leafy substance might not

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Posted On: 22 Sep 2017

Nigeria confirm case of yellow

  Nigeria said on Monday that  a case of Yellow Fever has been discovered in a young girl in Oke – Owa Community, Ifelodun Local Government Are

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Posted On: 18 Sep 2017

‘We can beat prostate cancer

  ...alarming stats puts T&T fourth in the world, men still scared to get tested.   Prostate cancer kills more people in Trinidad and Tobago th

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Posted On: 17 Sep 2017

Death toll in Borno cholera ou

  The number of persons that have been killed by a fresh cholera outbreak in Borno State has risen to 44. Commissioner for Health in the state, Dr. Haruna

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Posted On: 16 Sep 2017

African experts urge new visio

  Countries in the Sub-Saharan African region must adopt a new strategic vision that revolves around policy reforms, innovative financing and adoption of

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Posted On: 14 Sep 2017

Prostate cancer: early screeni

  Prostate cancer.   It’s the Number 3 cancer killing men. In North Carolina alone an estimated 840 men will die from it before the year is o

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Posted On: 13 Sep 2017

Bill Gates says we're on track

  The world has made enormous leaps in the fight against HIV/AIDS, to the extent that with the right treatment, someone HIV-positive can expect to live as

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Posted On: 13 Sep 2017

NAFDAC wants global donors to

  The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Monday appealed to international donors to patronise locally manufactured a

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Posted On: 11 Sep 2017

Diarrhoea claims three lives i

  Three persons have been confirmed dead from an outbreak of diarrhoea in Kardi village in Birnin Kebbi Local Government area of Kebbi State.   The

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Posted On: 04 Sep 2017

Marriage may increase heart di

PHOTO CREDIT: WOMEN'S HEALTH   A new study suggests that individuals who have experienced a heart attack, or who are at an increased risk of heart diseas

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Posted On: 03 Sep 2017

Substandard phones can cause c

  The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, on Thursday warned Nigerians against the use of sub-standard phones, saying this was responsible for s

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Posted On: 31 Aug 2017

Nigeria’s large rat populati

  Jolted by the creak of the door, two rats darted in different directions, squeezing their bodies under the chair to hide.   Desperate to kill &ld

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Posted On: 27 Aug 2017

UNICEF: No safe water for 57mi

  The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said about 57 million Nigerians lack access to safe water supply, and more than half of these people l

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Posted On: 26 Aug 2017

4 Surprising Reasons to Drink

  Trying to cut coffee out of your morning? A cup of hot water with fresh lemon juice is an ideal alternative that many nutritionists drink every day - an

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Posted On: 25 Aug 2017

Singapore scientists find way

  Tests on lab mice showed attack- damaged hearts fully healed after four weeks when injected with new treatment.   A groundbreaking new treatment

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Posted On: 22 Aug 2017

Nigeria mandates free treatmen

  The federal government of Nigeria has issued a directive mandating free surgical repairs in all federal-owned hospitals for women living with obstetric

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Posted On: 22 Aug 2017

‘Strange disease’ in Kogi

  The Kogi State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Saka Audu, has said that the strange disease that has killed 62 persons in the state has been identified to

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Posted On: 21 Aug 2017

FG moves to check excessive us

  The Federal Government has inaugurated a national technical committee to determine the safety of Benzoic and Ascorbic acid in foods.   The move i

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Posted On: 20 Aug 2017