Towards promoting medical research and development in alignment with national and states health priorities for the advancement of public health, the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research...
As part of efforts to reduce rising cases and deaths due to heart diseases in the country, the Nigerian Heart Foundation (NHF) has partnered with Nollywood stars to create more awareness on heart diseases...
Towards achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) before 2030, the Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA), on the occasion of its one-year anniversary, plans to enrol no fewer than three million Lagosians ...
As part of efforts to celebrate Patients in Focus Week and Cancer Awareness Month, Pfizer has reiterated its commitment to churning out breakthroughs that change patients’ lives.
Scientists are in a race against time to develop better treatments for COVID-19 as several studies have confirmed that efficacy of vaccines wanes after six months and that people may need to be getting boosters every year.
Zero Waste, circular economy and sustainability will top the agenda of the second run of Zero Waste Berlin Festival, the organizers have announced.
Of late, the nation has been replete with sour tales wafting from every corner. Starting from widespread insecurity (occasioned by violent crimes- terrorism, banditry, kidnapping) to corruption, weakened economy, worsening human development index...
NASA confirmed Monday that its Perseverance Mars rover succeeded in collecting its first rock sample for scientists to pore over when a future mission eventually brings it back to Earth.
NASA's Perseverance rover succeeded in its second attempt to scoop up a piece of Martian rock for future analysis by scientists on Earth -- probably.
Researchers have raised fresh alarm on rising cases of heat-related deaths and illnesses. A new document from the United Nations has warned that at least one billion children in Nigeria and other countries, especially those in Sub Saharan Africa are most...
On June 26, 2021, a pregnant, haemorrhaging patient arrived at Asamankese Hospital in rural Ghana. The patient required four units of O+ blood, which was not stocked at the facility.
The African Pharmaceutical Forum (APF), the 5th Regional Forum of the International Pharmaceutical Forum (FIP), has called for a quick formation of an association of faculties of pharmacy in Africa to enable practitioners practise anywhere on the continent.