Sunday, 24th September 2023


25 Aug
Seven people in the southeastern Polish city of Rzeszow have died and 76 have been contaminated in an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease, the authorities said on Friday.
29 Nov 2022
Following series of consultations with global experts, World Health Organisation (WHO), yesterday, said it would begin using a new preferred term ‘mpox’ as synonym for monkeypox. Both names will be used simultaneously for one year, while ‘monkeypox
31 Oct 2022
A deadly cholera outbreak is spreading "rapidly" across Lebanon, exacerbated by a prolonged economic crisis and crumbling infrastructure, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned Monday
28 Sep 2022
The Nigeria Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) has said that no fewer than 13 human rabies infections have been recorded in Bauchi State in the past year.
21 Sep 2022
The Nigeria Cardiac Society has raised the alarm over rising cases of cardiovascular disease in the country, warning that an unhealthy lifestyle contributes immensely to the disease burden.
8 Aug 2022
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that Nigeria is not on track in achieving the 2030 global target of ending Tuberculosis (TB) epidemic due to the high number of undetected cases in the country.
17 Jul 2022
One of the major ministries of Jesus was the healing of ill persons. They flocked to Him in large numbers, often after having tried all the remedies available to them. They were desperate for help.
13 Jul 2022
To reduce death due to cancer, the Ellen Adeyinka Anjorin Cancer Foundation (EAACF) held its 2022 cancer awareness lecture, aimed at increasing awareness of cancer, as well as educating the general public
10 Mar 2022
A new study published March 4, 2022, has validated more local plants for the prevention and treatment of kidney diseases. Top on the list is ginger, grape, turmeric, beetroot juice
21 Feb 2022
According to the author quoted above, 1918 – 1919, flu killed about 50 million people but Lassa fever, Ebola and HIV-1 predicted to create greater havoc than flu...
23 Dec 2021
Medical Women Association of Nigeria (MWAN), Ondo Chapter, has raised the alarm over increasing cases of diabetes among young people.
10 Dec 2021
South Africa will next month start giving Pfizer booster shots against coronavirus, a health official said Friday, a day after the country reported a near-record high in daily cases


5 hours ago
NEW YORK, 22 September 2023 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- African Union Heads of State and Government, global health leaders and development partners today issued a joint call for urgent action to address the looming malaria emergency. They warned that failure to act now will put at risk both the African Union’s target of eliminating malaria in Africa…
6 hours ago
Phrank Shaibu, the Special Assistant on Public Communication to former Nigerian Vice President Atiku Abubakar, has unveiled what he described as "the 10 big lies" that have so far characterized the administration of President Bola Tinubu. Shaibu, in a statement issued on Sunday, said the “big lies” were evidence that Tinubu’s only plan was to…
7 hours ago
It is no news that social media directly affects our state of mind. Vinton Cerf and Robert Khan who are credited with inventing the Internet probably never considered the psychological impact of their invention. Martin Cooper, who developed the first hand-held phone, also played a part in this by making phones portable, so that we…
8 hours ago
Son Heung-min's double earned Tottenham a point from a pulsating 2-2 draw against Arsenal, as Liverpool moved into second in the Premier League with a 3-1 win over West Ham on Sunday.
8 hours ago
Tottenham came from behind twice to rescue a pulsating 2-2 draw against Arsenal thanks to Son Heung-min's double in Sunday's north London derby.