A public health expert, Dr Tolulope Tolufase, has warned that air pollution can cause non-communicable diseases like stroke, diabetes, miscarriage, dementia, Parkinson disease and poor development in children.
Roche Diagnostics says it has so far equipped 27 Laboratories in Nigeria to ascertain the viral load of HIV patients to further curtail the spread of the dreaded disease.
The Federal Ministry of Health has announced a massive nationwide recruitment into the ministry for this year (2018).
Study has revealed that sleeping more than eight hours a day can be associated with an increased risk of death and cardiovascular diseases.
No fewer than nine people have lost their lives in the Yellow Fever outbreak that ravaged parts of Edo state recently.
In a bid to build a quality healthcare service, the Ogun State Hospitals Management Board says it has commenced the screening of some health personnel.
Admitted patients in various wards have left for other hospitals, following an industrial strike by the Association of Resident Doctors in ESUTH.
Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has warned over what it described as the “fastest rising incidences of obesity in African”, noting that an estimated 672 million people are affected globally.
A new study conducted by a Nigerian Mom and Baby Care Company, Mothersbond Limited, has shown that most Nigerian men who recently became fathers are...
National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control says it has destroyed substandard and falsified medicines, worth N3bn in the last one year.
NCDC in Lokoja has inaugurated a Public Health Emergency Operations Centre to aid swift rapid response to emergency public health situations in the state.
State Coordinator of People Living With HIV/AIDS, has called on governments to organise vocational training for victims of the virus to curtail its spread.
NAFDAC has revealed it is collaborating with herbal and traditional medicine practitioners to provide guide to good practices.
Nigeria Medical Association has attributed poor remuneration and inadequate health facilities as some of the major reasons for leaving the country en masse.
LUTH, Idi-Arabia, chapter of the ARD has vowed to begin an indefinite strike on Thursday over unpaid salaries and allowances of doctors.
World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued new guidelines, highlighting that better homes invariably lead to better standards of health.
Gov. Darius Ishaku of Taraba has said that the state government would allocate N100 million to the Hope Health and Rehabilitation Centre.
The Federal Government has revealed its intention to inaugurate a national reference laboratory in Abuja in less than six months.a
Rivers State chapter of the Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria, (MDCAN), has decried a low medical doctors-patients ratio in the state.
The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) in Edo State has confirmed the outbreak of yellow fever in three local government areas of the state.