Malam Aliyu Abubakar, a local immunisation official, says use of packets of indomie noodle as social mobilisation strategy is boosting polio immunisation in Dange-Shuni Local Government Area of Sokoto state.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the beneficiaries were those affected by the August-September flood which ravaged farms, houses and other means of livelihood in the state.
This was announced in a statement by Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, Chief Executive Officer, NCDC, on Sunday in Abuja.
Ogbeh said in an interview with journalists in Otukpo, Benue, that the act was detrimental to human health and the environment.
He was declared dead on arrival at the hospital
The World Safety Organisation has called on agencies responsible for food safety in Nigeria to educate the public about the health risks of using sniper as food preservatives.
Dr Nuhu Bile, the Acting Epediomologist, Gombe State Ministry of Health, has advised asthma patients to limit exposure to dust to avoid attack during the harmattan season.
Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has called on parents in the state to ensure full routine immunisation for their children.
The Federal Government has at last inaugurated the Governing Council for the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency has predicted cloudy and sunny weather conditions with prospects of scattered thunderstorms over most parts of Nigeria on Saturday.
Dr Zainab Bagudu, wife of the Kebbi State Governor, says Nigeria is ranked third among 10 top countries with high rate of preterm birth of 773,600.
The Pharmacist Council of Nigeria says it has sealed 358 medicine stores in Taraba over various professional offences.
The Country Director of Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, Dr Michael Ojo, says many women in Nigeria are overweight and obese or hypertensive.
Vandi, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Yola, expressed concern over the increasing rate of drug abuse among different age groups.
Some seven hundred and forty-seven thousand, eight hundred and fifty-three females are among the 1,090,233 people on Anti-Retroviral (ARV) treatment in Nigeria by June, National Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS,
The National Agency for the Control of AIDS says about 1,090,233 people are receiving anti-retroviral drugs in Nigeria as at June this year.
Olaitan said at the launch of PriveDoc in Lagos on Thursday that the app would allow patients to video call or web chat with a physician or specialist from the comfort of their homes.