In line with the vision of Restore Foundation For Child Sight (RFCS) to ensure attainment of full life potentials through optimisation of eyesight in disadvantaged children, 101 eye spectacles and visual devices...
As the awareness month for breast cancer draws to an end, the need to continue educating people about the ailment and how to ‘close the care gap’ in line with the theme for the year 2022, cannot be over stated.
Princwell Aghedo popularly known as ‘Descendant of Nightingale’ is an executive of the Empower Nurses Consult (ENC), a human capital organisation that is aimed at providing academic and professional development opportunities ...
Ahead of the 2023 General Elections, stakeholders in the healthcare sector have urged Nigerians to challenge politicians, especially the presidential candidates on their economic plans with regards to health..
Some breast cancer survivors, who spoke to journalists, recently, during an event organised, by Care Organisation Public Enlightenment (COPE) to commemorate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month..
United Kingdom (UK) Prime Minister (PM), Liz Truss, has resigned from her position. Speaking outside Downing Street, yesterday, she said she could not deliver the mandate on which she was elected.
The newly inaugurated President of, the World Medical Association (WMA), Dr. Osahon Enabulele, has pledged to help build resilient health systems globally
A food company, Moppet, has said that the brand was launched to tackle malnutrition among children in Nigeria and Africa. Moppet’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Roberta Oyedokun, made this known on Thursday. She said the wrong choice of foods for children and toddlers remains a major contributor to malnutrition. According to her, while parents…
A shortage of cholera vaccines has forced a temporary shift to a one-dose strategy, from the usual two, in campaigns to fight a swelling number of outbreaks, the World Health Organization said Wednesday.
In 2022, monkeypox outbreaks were reported in several African countries and the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global emergency.
Scientists have successfully implanted and integrated human brain cells into newborn rats, creating a new way to study complex psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia and autism, and perhaps eventually test treatments.
The Civil Society in Malaria Control, Immunisation and Nutrition (ACOMIN) has called for accountability and transparency in utilisation of budgetary allocations to health and also stressed