The Nigerian Meteorological Agency said most part of the country would experience dust haze weather conditions on Tuesday.
Sahara Group and The Dorcas Cancer Foundation are joining forces to increase awareness of the cancer scourge in a bid to reinforce the role early detection plays in preventing avoidable morbidity and mortality from the disease, which…
The Joint Health Sector Unions, Jos University Teaching Hospital chapter, has called for an end to alleged injustice and marginalisation of its members.
President Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated the advanced Cancer treatment centre in Lagos, with a pledge that the model will be replicated across the country to bring quality, first-class healthcare services to cancer patients in Nigeria.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday inaugurated the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority and Lagos University Teaching Hospital advanced Cancer treatment centre in Lagos, with a pledge to ensure that facilities for the prevention,…
The Federal Government has renewed the appointment of Dr Dennis Allagoa as the Medical Director, Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa, Bayelsa, for a second and final term of four years.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency has predicted dust haze and partly cloudy weather conditions over most parts of the country with prospect of thundery activities over some southern cities on Saturday.
The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has inaugurated a National Noma Technical Working Committee on the prevention, control and policy implementation of the disease.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency cloudy weather conditions over most parts of the country.
Dr Mangai Malau, Head, Tobacco Control Unit, Federal Ministry of Health, restated the government‘s commitment on Thursday in Abuja at the presentation of “Tobacco Vs the People Survey Report”.
The extreme weather patterns of recent weeks will become worse as ice sheets on both poles continue to melt, a new study published on Thursday says.
The Shell Petroleum Development Company says it plans to provide more medical assistance to the elderly in its host communities.
The Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Emergency Working Group says no fewer than 130 people died of cholera in the state in 2018, calling on Zamfara government to halt the outbreak.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency has predicted partly cloudy and dust hazy weather conditions with prospect of thundery activities over most parts of the country on Thursday.