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13 Oct
Concerned about the threat of infectious diseases and vaccine insufficiency in the country, medical experts are advocating universal approach such as genomic intelligence to address biosecurity
23 Sep
Scientists have recorded breakthroughs in efforts to prevent diseases and birth defects through food fortification.
15 Sep
The Minister of State for Environment, Sharon Ikeazor, has said that 25 per cent of diseases in Nigeria are caused by mycotoxins.
12 Aug
Bayelsa State Health Insurance Scheme (BHIS) was established in 2017 and four years on, the management of the scheme claims to have raised the bar of health care delivery
17 Jul
A Professor of Virology, Oyewale Tomori, says COVID-19 is diverting the country’s need to increase surveillance on other diseases of public health concerns.
16 May
Nigeria may be losing $1b yearly to the consumption of aflatoxin-contaminated foods, which result in diseases such as liver cancer and stunted growth, among other diseases
10 Feb
At the height of its first incarnation, about July last year when the coronavirus was ravaging the whole world with deaths and its stringent protocols, I had remarked
21 Jan
Medical experts have provided more reasons People living with non-communicable diseases (PLWNCDs) are more vulnerable and susceptible to the COVID-19 virus and it has been confirmed
26 Nov 2020
Yep! That’s the number of lives global immunization programs stopped from being prematurely cut shut by infectious diseases, between 2005 and 2010; it is the number of needless deaths that didn’t happen because of the effectiveness
5 Nov 2020
The Federal government has expressed concern over the high burden of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) in the country and stressed the need to evolve strategies that will help in the control, elimination and eradication of NTDs in the country. Neglected Tropical diseases are communicable diseases associated with poverty and commonly found in rural communities with…
18 Oct 2020
Beloved, that great programme much expected this year, that time of our visitation when the Lord will cause our enemies to submit to us is at hand. We must understand that the duties of our enemies are to steal, kill, and destroy. He has no other design in coming than to plunder, pinch, demolish, cause…
15 Oct 2020
Stroke is one of the many debilitating diseases today and a leading cause of death and disability worldwide with a prevalence rate of 1.14 per 1000. A stroke happens when a major blood vessel (artery) which supplies nourishment and oxygen to the brain ruptures or is suddenly blocked. Disrupting this vital supply line to one-half…

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Plans are underway by the Federal Government to upgrade the Industrial Arbitration Panel (IAP) into a full-fledged Commission.