World Health Organisation
‘Cutting-edge technologies diagnose HIV in infants within one hour’
The WHO in a statement, on Monday, said the products, Alere™ q HIV-1/2 Detect and Xpert® HIV-1 Qual Assay can be used to diagnose infants in as little as an hour.
Does drinking hot coffee cause cancer?
A summary of the final evaluations was published yesterday in The Lancet Oncology, and the detailed assessments would be published as Volume 116 of the IARC Monographs.
People with autism spectrum disorder can excel - Experts
Some experts on Monday said there was need to give special care to people with developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as they could excel in life.
Culture and stemming the tide of infertility
The month of June, every year, is designated as the World Infertility Month. It is a period to move the issues that pertain to infertility to the front burner of the world’s discourse.
‘W’Africa better prepared to contain future Ebola outbreaks’
The World Health Organisation (WHO)’s Regional Director for Africa, Matshidiso Moeti has said that West Africa is better prepared to tackle future outbreaks of Ebola.
May & Baker restrategises to enhance profitability, growth
May & Baker Nigeria Plc has unfolded plans to expand its business frontiers as it seeks new opportunities that will improve its performance and increase shareholders’ value.
Nigeria not ready to eliminate malaria
The World Health Organisation (WHO) in its report titled “Global Technical Strategy for Malaria, 2016-2030” to mark this year’s World Malaria Day in Geneva listed Nigeria ...
Nigeria records first vaccine-derived polio case since 2014
Despite recording the first case of type 2 circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus (cVDPV2) in Maiduguri district of Borno province, Nigeria is on course towards being certified ...