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Fresh 'Bird Flu'Cases In Kano And Lagos

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on Thursday announced that there has been unusual high mortality in two poultry farms and live bird ... Full story

Regular Medical Check-Ups For Infants Is A Must

An infant is a child that is less than one year of age. The infancy period is the most delicate period in the life of ... Full story

Why always me Typhoid Fever

Last year, the Malaria family cried out complaining about the constant persecution they face in Nigeria. They said they are blamed first, for everything under ... Full story

Late Doctor’s Son Say's Losing Mum To Ebola Was Devastating

Dr Stella Ameyo Adadevoh is being hailed worldwide as the heroine who saved Nigeria from a disastrous Ebola epidemic. Dr Adadevoh identified the disease in infected ... Full story

For lack of equipment, hospitals not performing at optimal level

ANAMBRA State is lucky that health indices in the state are on the positive side and this is attributable to the determination of the state ... Full story

Jonathan warns 2015 must not hinder fight against polio

President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday expressed surprise that analysis made available to him, revealed that the 2011 elections were responsible for the setback suffered in the ... Full story

Poor working conditions forcing Lagos doctors to leave for Saudi, Israel

BUKOLA ADEBAYO reports that poor working conditions are forcing medical doctors in the employment of the Lagos State Government to seek greener pastures abroadDoctors are ... Full story

Red meat shortens lifespan- Processed meat products such as hot dogs, bacon, and salami especially hazardous

We've heard many times before that too much red meat is bad for us, but this study of more than 100,000 people still got the ... Full story

Truvada, HIV prevention pill approved by US approves

The first-ever daily pill to help prevent against HIV was approved Monday by US regulators for use in uninfected adults who are at risk for ... Full story

Minister For Health Asks Nigerians To Stop Seeking Medical Treatment Abroad

The Minister for Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, has urged Nigerians to seek local medical solutions to their heart problems instead of wasting large sums of ... Full story

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