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9 Aug 2018
Until now several studies have shown that besides the traditional use of insects such as crickets, termites and grasshoppers as part of the Nigerian diet for their nutritive values, they could be bioengineered for the treatment of cancer, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV), wounds, obesity, malnutrition among other benefits. According to a 2013…
10 Jan 2018
How well do you know the world around you? Before you answer that, did you know that of all the 8.7 million species, the human race is part of the two million animal species yet we are 7.6 billion walking on the face of the earth? Some of the creatures you are about to see…

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The Cross River State Director of Public Health Mr Jonah Offor has said that the state is having a shot fall of about 4000 tuberculosis cases out of the 8,000 cases expected to be notified.