Red alert to fish-rich diets in women of childbearing age
Babies exposed to mercury in the womb can have brain damage and hearing and vision problems. Researchers coordinated hair sampling from 1044 women of reproductive age in 37 locations across 25 countries on six continents.
How To Make Grilled Fish The Nigerian Way
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Fish eaters report less arthritis pain
In rheumatoid arthritis, the body's immune system mistakenly attacks the joints, creating swelling and pain. It can also affect body systems, such as the cardiovascular or respiratory systems.
Abuja housing show targets artisan training, building technology, others
Efforts to propagate the concept of ‘affordable housing’ could manifest early successes this year, if a new initiative being worked out by the organisers of the 11th Abuja Housing Show (AHS) is anything to go by.
Head of Service assures presidency on FISH, strategic plan
Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF), Mrs. Winifred Oyo-Ita, on Tuesday in Abuja assured the Presidency that the Federal Integrated Staff Housing (FISH) programme was on course.
Federal Government to provide 30,000 houses for civil servants
The Federal Government has concluded arrangements to give no fewer than 30,000 federal civil servants mortgage houses. The beneficiaries would be civil servants who have registered with the Federal...
Government launches N1.3b mortgage loan for civil servants
The Federal Government has launched a N1 .3 billion refinancing loan, in collaboration with the Nigerian Mortgage Refinancing Company (NMRC) to fix civil servants’ housing needs.
Humanity decimating planetary wildlife
Nearly three-fifths of all animals with a backbone -- fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals -- have been wiped out since 1970 by human appetites and activity, according to a grim study released Thursday.