Lassa Fever: Why the Nigerian government should fund disease diagnostics for epidemic preparedness
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Lassa Fever: Why the Nigerian government should fund disease diagnostics for epidemic preparedness

Webby - September 10, 2019

Thinking about death might have felt uncomfortable and scary but after a few weeks of being sick, Obiora Emeka could only find relief in such thoughts. He…

Philippines confirms African swine fever, culls 7,000 pigs
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Philippines confirms African swine fever, culls 7,000 pigs

Webby - September 10, 2019

Lab tests have confirmed that African swine fever caused the deaths of pig herds in at least seven villages near Manila. A multi-agency body will be set…

Yellow Fever: Nigeria launches vaccination campaign to contain disease
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Yellow Fever: Nigeria launches vaccination campaign to contain disease

Webby - September 8, 2019

The Nigerian government has begun a yellow fever reactive vaccination campaign in three states to contain an outbreak of the disease in Ebonyi State in August. In…

Proven health benefits of dates
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Proven health benefits of dates

Webby - September 7, 2019

Rich in various nutrients, fiber, and antioxidants, dates are popular throughout the world and are consumed as a dried fruit. A 2008 review published in Critical Reviews…

73-year-old woman gives birth to twin girls in India
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73-year-old woman gives birth to twin girls in India

Webby - September 6, 2019

A 73-year-old woman in southern India who has given birth to healthy twin girls may be the oldest woman to conceive. Mangayamma Yaramati started the menopause 25…

An enterprise value chain model can revitalise water, sanitation, and hygiene sectors
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An enterprise value chain model can revitalise water, sanitation, and hygiene sectors

Webby - September 3, 2019

Alarming statistics are coming from Nigeria’s Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) sector. In a population of 200 million people, about 69 million people lacked access to safe…

Exposure to mobile phone ‘radiation’ poses no health risk – WHO
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Exposure to mobile phone ‘radiation’ poses no health risk – WHO

Webby - September 2, 2019

Exposure to mobile phone radiationdoes not cause cancer or pose any health risks, an official of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. This conclusion was reportedly…

See Igbo Professor who rejected Buhari’s ministerial appointment, owns $13bn hospital
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See Igbo Professor who rejected Buhari’s ministerial appointment, owns $13bn hospital

Webby - September 2, 2019

Professor Philip Ozuah, an Igbo man with Biafran instinct, was alleged to have rejected ministerial appointment offer from President Muhammadu Buhari. The Professor of Igbo extraction was…

Omoyele Sowore Is Sick, But Being Denied Treatment In DSS Detention – Deji Adeyanju
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Omoyele Sowore Is Sick, But Being Denied Treatment In DSS Detention – Deji Adeyanju

Webby - September 2, 2019

Human Rights Activist, Deji Adeyanju has revealed that Sahara Reporters Publisher and Former AAC Presidential Candidate, Omoyele Sowore is sick and reportedly being denied treatment. KanyiDaily had reported…

GE Healthcare, Memfys Hospital to improve disease diagnosis in South-east
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GE Healthcare, Memfys Hospital to improve disease diagnosis in South-east

Webby - August 29, 2019

GE Healthcare has partnered with Memfys Hospital to provide the SIGNA™ Explorer 1.5Tesla MRI system services and training to advance early diagnosis of diseases. The collaboration will…