The World Health Organization has asked China for more data on respiratory illnesses spreading in the north of the country, but Beijing offered no public comment on Thursday.
• Scientists claim deaths from killer viruses in animals will soar due to climate change • Monkeypox virus evolving to be better at infecting people, analysis finds • WHO warns dengue fever, painful mosquito-borne disease will become major threat this decade Scientists have warned that the next pandemic could be the most contagious deadliest disease…
World Health Organisation (WHO) said Nigeria has the highest out-of-pocket expenditure on health in West Africa. In 2020, the country’s out-of-pocket expenditure was 74.7 per cent.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) said Nigeria has the highest out-of-pocket expenditure on health in West Africa.
To draw attention to blindness and vision impairment worldwide, every second Thursday of October, the World Health Organisation (WHO) celebrates World Sight Day.
• RBM partnership to end malaria warns single interventions not silver bullets • HEWAN kicks as jab hasn’t been tested in Nigeria with highest burden of disease Stakeholders in the fight to end malaria by 2030, led by Roll Back Malaria (RBM) partnership, have commended the World Health Organisation (WHO) for approving and recommending the…
Niger state government on Friday solicited more support from the World Health Organisation (WHO) to eradicate poliomyelitis and other diseases in the state.
Medical doctors at three teaching hospitals in Nigeria have confirmed the efficacy and safety of herbal remedy, Mojeaga, in combination with conventional oral iron therapy for treating blood shortage in pregnancy.
Stakeholders in the fight to end malaria by 2030, led by Roll Back Malaria (RBM) partnership, have commended the World Health Organisation (WHO) for approving and recommending the second ever malaria vaccine, R21/Matrix-M.
In a world brimming with complexities, our minds are the epicentres of our existence, shaping the contours of our experiences and influencing the very fabric of our lives. As we stand on the precipice of World Mental Health Day 2023, a resounding theme echoes through the collective consciousness: 'Mental health is a universal human right.'
The National Stadium, now Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja has a 60,000-sitting capacity. Whenever the facility is filled to full capacity by people, it is not only easily noticed but referred to or tagged ‘ocean of humanity’ which is just a one-off fill.
In many African homes, correcting a child of wrongdoing is usually done with physical punishment. Many parents believe that children cannot be properly raised without being beaten. For instance, Christian parents refer to the Bible in Proverb 22:6 KJV,...