HEALTH

Outrage as UNICEF’s N2.4b health equipment lie waste in Bauchi

Efforts to reduce the high rates of maternal, new born and child deaths in Bauchi State are being slowed down as health equipment and...

Cholera kills 48 in Borno – MSF

A humanitarian medical organisation, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said about 48 persons have died of cholera since the outbreak of the disease last month...

Resident doctors suspend strike

The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD)  has yielded to the plea by well meaning Nigerians to return back to work in the interest...

Midwives protest in Abuja over non-payment of allowances

Scores of midwives, on Tuesday, from across the country under the Federal Government’s Midwifery Service Scheme rallied over non-payment of allowances by the government. The...

Gov. Obiano inaugurates council for Health Insurance

Gov. Willie Obiano has inaugurated a 13-member Governing Council of Anambra State Health Insurance Agency to facilitate health delivery services in the state. A statement...

Flood: Air Force treats 200 IDP’s in Benue

The Nigerian Air Force has administered free treatment to no fewer than 200 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) affected by the flood in Benue. Squadron Leader...

Kogi Female Patient with Lassa Fever Dies in Edo

The female patient, Miss u, who was confirmed with Lassa fever, died yesterday in Irrua Specialist Hospital in Edo State.  The management of the Federal...

Kogi Lassa fever patient dies

The sick woman in Kogi, Miss Aisha Jimoh, who was confirmed to have contracted the dreaded Lassa fever is dead. A brother to the deceased,...

Diarrhea claims three lives in Kebbi

Three persons have been confirmed dead from an outbreak of diarrhea in Kardi village in Birnin Kebbi Local Government area of Kebbi State. Abdul Karin...

Nigerian Air Force launches clinic for Benue flood victims

The Nigerian Air Force has launched a temporary mobile clinic in Makurdi, Benue State capital in North Central Nigeria for free treatment of flood...

900 African heart surgeons storm Nigeria for confab

 NO fewer than 900 heart surgeons will this month storm Nigeria for a congress of the African Association of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons, AATCVS. The...
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