Nasarawa has revealed its intention to partner with the PCN and NAFDAC to fight the sale and consumption of fake drugs in the state.
Dr. Aliyu Abubakar of ABUTH, Zaria, says that the youths have a larger percentage of about 85 percent of mad people in Nigeria.
Kastina government has said not less than 4.7 million Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLIN’s) will be distributed free to the people of the state.
A psychiatrist with a Private psychiatrist centre, Dr. Eno Kufre, said that depression was the major cause of premature death.
NCDC has said scientific research to address public health issues in the country can be possible if there are stronger partnerships and investments.
The Snake Bite Treatment and Research Centre in Gombe State says it has recorded 24 deaths cases of snake bites recorded between January and August.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says 680 cases of cholera have been recorded in Borno state.
Experts on Information and Communication (ICT) have warned that addiction to the use of cell phones has socio-cultural and economic consequences.
Using antifungal creams mixed with baby body creams to bleach babies skin is deadly, a pediatrician Khadijat Ajadi has warned parents.
Dr. Okiemute Olibamoyo, has lamented poor parental attitudes, beliefs, behaviors and concerns toward admission immunisation on their children.
Nutritionist in Lagos, Lucy Akinkotu, has advised all Nigerian to take the issue of proper nutrition seriously as means to stem malnutrition
National President, National Council of Women Societies (NCWS), Gloria Shoda, has called on Nigerian women to be united for the development of the country.
Official at the Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control office, Dr. Mustapha Musa, said Gombe residents have installed solar panels in four gene expert centres.
The Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (ABUTH) in Zaria, Kaduna State would be the first hospital in northern Nigeria to perform an open heart surgery.
A Public Health Physician, Dr. Michael Oguntoye, has warned that mobile phones could transmit diseases and infections if it comes in contact with body fluids of an infected person.
Adamawa Government says it has taken preventive measure to significantly reduced the scourge of malaria infection in the state.
FEC meeting, through the Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, said N6.01 trillion has been approved for National Strategic Health Development Plan II.
Fourteen persons have died in Borno state following a fresh outbreak of cholera, the government of Borno said on Wednesday.
Resident doctors of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, has on Wednesday began its three days warning strike.
A Psychologist Dr. Casmir Nnemeka has advised Nigerians to go for mental health evaluation every three months as a means to ensure their mental well-being.