Alive and Thrive, an NGO working to improve nutrition in Kaduna State, has mobilised labour unions and other relevant stakeholders to break barriers inhibiting...
North-Central Zonal Coordinator, National Aids Indicator and Impact Survey (NAIIS), Dr Musa Abdullahi, said that a recent survey on HIV/AIDS recorded 99 per cent response in Nasarawa State.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared its uncertainty that it had identified all people exposed to the deadly Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s North Kivu region.
Nassarawa Eggon Local Government Area of Nasarawa State has put in place a training programme for the council’s health workers. Concise News understands that the...
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Acting Mission Director, Erin Holleran, has announced joint funding of 10.96 million dollars for the 2018 Demographic...
Psychologists conducted a study which investigated whether men’s access to resources would influence their choices for breast size in women.
FHIN has called on Nigerians to adopt adequate food handling and safety policies to prevent diarrhoea and other diseases.
The Health Management Organisation (HMO), has called on enrollees of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) on service delivery at the country’s healthcare facilities...
Twenty-eight persons have died in Kano after cholera swept through 33 Local Government Areas in the State.
The United States Mission in Nigeria has begun a week-long training programme for 44 Nigerian clinical oncologists on the treatment of cancer.
Seven deaths have been recorded from the outbreak of cholera in four communities in the Federal Capital Territory.
A trial which used a marijuana extract to treat 40 children with severe epilepsy found the drug has a manageable side effect profile.
The Nigerian government, through the ministry of health, says it will distribute 14.4 million Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) to combat malaria in four select states before the end of 2018.
Head of Orthopaedic and Traumatology at the University of Calabar Ngim Ngim has cautioned Nigerians against patronising quack bonesetters.
A Nutritionist, Francis Ojile, says nutrition plays a huge role in the prevention and management of diseases like cancer, diabetes, hypertension and malaria.
The WHO on Thursday said the Democratic Republic of the Congo has started vaccination against the latest Ebola outbreak in the northeaster North Kivu province.
A senior official of the WHO said the Ebola outbreak in Congo has been confirmed to be the Zaire strain of the virus and vaccinations of health workers may start on Wednesday.
Nine confirmed Ebola victims have died since the virus resurfaced in the DR Congo this month, the country’s health ministry said Tuesday.
The belief that sucking or fondling of a woman’s breasts could prevent lumps is not scientifically proven, according to some medical experts.
One person has died from Lassa fever in a health facility within Enugu metropolis, the government of the state said on Monday.