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Abandoned by husband, kidney patient cries for help

On dialysis for three years Needs N15m for transplant Says “I want to be with my son”     ABUJA – Thirty -Five year old Inia Jennifer Baba will give

Itire/Ijesha FP center comes alive

LG Sole administrator, others hail NURHI as project is commissioned Mothers have been advised to make maximum use of the family planning facility provided within their vicinity to reduce unwanted

Men watch out, strenuous exercise may affect your libido – Research

Men who perform gruelling workouts have lower libidos than those who do lighter exercise, a new study claims. For years, scientists have debated whether or not exercise affects sexual desire

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ICPC compels Benue Polytechnic to award certificate to student 7 years after graduation

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has facilitated the release of the Statement of Result to a former student of the Benue State Polytechnic, Mrs. Monica

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Chevron, others lift Ogun schools with books, teaching aids

Star Ultra Deep Petroleum Limited, a subsidiary of  Chevron Company with its Co-venturers in Oil Mining License, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, LUKOIL and Oil and Gas Nigeria limited,  donated

10 Ways to improve quality of care in health facilities, by WHO

There is increasing global awareness that good quality care is key to keeping mothers and babies alive and well. Today, each year there are 303 000 deaths of women during

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Anti-corruption agencies propose corruption prevention strategies

Worried by the endless looting of the nation’s commonwealth and the slow pace of recovery of such slouch as a result of legal encumbrances, anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) in Nigeria are

Nigeria introduces rotavirus vaccine

Save the Children inaugurates Technical Working Group on introduction Pilot scheme takes off in Somolu LGA, Lagos in June Nationwide launch scheduled for 2018 Nigeria took another giant step towards the

Orelope-Adefulire applauds CSOs in fight against HIV/ AIDs, others 

By Adeola Tukuru,  Abuja Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals, SSAP-SDGs, Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, has applauded the multiple functions of the ‎Civil Society Organisation (CSOs) in

Laugh your way to good health in 2017!

It’s still the best medicine Experts say you need it to protect your heart. It lowers blood pressure, enhances blood flow to essential organs and boosts your immunity “The most

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NAFDAC seals Abuja supermarket for operating unregistered bakery

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), has sealed a supermarket in Karu, a suburb of the nation’s capital, Abuja, for operating an unregistered bakery. The

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Ignore HIV/AIDS cure claim, NACA, NCDC tell Nigerians

Prof. Ezeibe displaying samples of his drug The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) and Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (nCDC) have urged Nigerians to ignore recent claim

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Agbami Co-venturers express delight with Scholarship Scheme impact

…Commend 32 beneficiaries with First Class Degrees Star Deep Water Petroleum Limited (A Chevron Company and Operator of the Agbami field) together with its Co-venturers in the Agbami Field –

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World Cancer Day: For Nigeria, Ignorance remains obstacle to control

Few people aware that early detection could save life Doctors need retraining about cancer No sustainable cancer prevention programme Nigeria joined the rest of the world Saturday to mark the

Cancer kills 8.8 million yearly – WHO

… Early cancer diagnosis saves lives, cuts treatment costs New WHO figures released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to mark the World Cancer Day indicate that each year 8.8

NASS to increase health budget by N49bn

ABUJA –  The National Assembly seems to be unyielding in its decision to ensure Federal Government begin the implementation of National Health Act signed into law in 2014 by former