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13 May
Co-Founder/Managing Partner of Sahel Consulting Agriculture and Nutrition Limited, Dr Ndidi Nwuneli, has said the Plant Variety Protection (PVP) Bill, which is currently awaiting presidential assent
28 Dec 2020
Year 2020 has helped us form stronger bonds with family. For most parents the year enabled us to pay more attention to the growth and progress of our children.
13 Jul 2020
Hunger is the commonest reason that people give for eating. The emptiness of the stomach coupled with a feeling of weakness and tiredness together with certain other stimuli...
20 Jun 2020
In it quest to support the Taraba state government through the State Primary Health Care Development Agency (TAPHCDA) in increasing family planning awareness
18 Jun 2020
It is no longer news that when GOD create a people, a nation with one heritage, He puts them in a geographical region where He supplies them with everything they would ever need to live a fulfilled life.
9 May 2020
Small food gardens near the family home have traditionally made an important contribution to family nutrition. Home gardens help provide variety in the diet and supply vital vitamins and minerals
28 Mar 2020
Consumer Advocacy for Food Safety and Nutrition (CAFSANI) has warned that the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) might spread fast across the country
15 Oct 2019
White beans, also known as white navy beans, offer extraordinary health benefits. They are loaded with antioxidants and provide a good supply of detoxifying molybdenum. They are also a good source of fiber and protein and produce alpha-amylase inhibitors which help regulate fat storage in the body. Some of the benefits of eating white beans…
4 Jul 2019
Senior Programme Officer Nutrition, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Dr. Victor Ajieroh, has harped on the crucial role of the private sector in reshaping the food system.   Dr Ajieroh, in a lecture entitled, ‘The Future of Food Systems,’ and delivered at the 2019 Post-Annual General Meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce, Nigeria (ICCN) in…
10 Jan 2019
It is tempting to regard the Nigerian political landscape as bereft of ideas or as discouraging of issue-oriented debates, discussions or campaigns; or that creative thinking is not a forte of the political class. In place of properly articulated positions reflecting reasoned research, thoughtful analysis and an unsightful understanding of the immediate or remote causes…
10 Oct 2018
In commemoration of the nation’s 58th Independence celebration, FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria Plc, recently partnered with Ask the Paediatricians (ATP) Foundation to deliver nutrition assessment and support for over 5,000 children and their parents across Lagos, Kwara, Abuja and Abeokuta. Supported by Peak 456 growing-up milk, the social responsibility initiative had a team of doctors led…
27 Sep 2018
When it comes to exercising in pregnancy, or even maintaining a disciplined diet irrespective of cravings and hormones, there are as many concerns as there are myths and old wives’ tale. More education is therefore needed especially in this part of our world where a pregnant woman actively working out is mostly looked upon with…


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The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi says the state has recorded 288 deaths in the ongoing COVID-19 third wave.