World’s first malaria vaccine to be used for children in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi
Malaria kills around 430,000 people a year, the vast majority of them babies and young children in sub-Saharan Africa.
What you need to do to cure persistent bad breath – Expert
“Bad breath is a common problem that can cause significant psychological distress.”
Lagos to begin construction of three new ‘ultra-modern’ General Hospitals – Ambode
Mr. Ambode said three new facilities have been catered for in the 2017 budget.
NHIS expels 23,000 fake enrolees in three months – Executive Secretary
Mr. Yusuf described Health Management Organisations as the problem of NHIS.
Meningitis Outbreak: After over 700 deaths, Nigeria needs divine intervention, official says
Over 700 deaths have been recorded since the outbreak of the disease last November
WHO wants Nigeria, other developing countries to invest more in water, sanitation
“Contaminated drinking-water is estimated to cause more than 500 000 diarrhoeal deaths each year.”
WHO commends Nigeria’s handling of meningitis outbreak
“Routine immunisation is the backbone of disease control and more should be done to ensure its utilisation.”
Meningitis Outbreak: Northern leaders seek ways to curb, avert recurrence of epidemic
Northern Nigeria has been worst hit by the Meningitis epidemic.
What Zamfara govt must do to prevent more deaths from meningitis, other diseases – Health Minister
Zamfara is the state most affected by the outbreak of meningitis with more than 200 deaths already recorded.
Meningitis Outbreak: Despite contrary facts, Nigerian govt claims it now has enough vaccines
The NPHCDA said it predicted in 2016 that there would be an outbreak of meningitis in Nigeria this year.
Meningitis: Sultan, northern governors, health officials meet Tuesday
Northern states have been worse hit by the epidemic.
Nigeria Meningitis Outbreak: Death toll rises to 438 as mass immunisation commences in Zamfara
Governor Abdulaziz Yari came under fire for attributing the outbreak of the disease to God’s anger over the sins of Nigerians.
Saraki raises concern over withdrawal of international funding for HIV/AIDS in Nigeria
“Information at our disposal reveal that significant global support for HIV/AIDs in Nigeria has been withdrawn.”
Meningitis: Nigerian govt explains challenges, successes in dealing with outbreak
At least 336 people are believed to have died from the disease.
Meningitis outbreak: Abuja residents criticise N500 vaccination fee
The government says vaccination is free.
Meningitis outbreak: One dead, 23 hospitalised in Cross River
“Before now, we have actually been having sporadic cases of CSM…”
Nigeria Meningitis Outbreak: Death toll rises to 336
The NCDC has activated an emergency operations centre.
Nigeria Meningitis Epidemic: Death toll rises to 328 as health ministry advises citizens
At least 16 states have now reported cases of the disease.
Meningitis: What Nigerians should look out for – Medical Experts
“Some predisposing factors are upper respiratory problems, abnormal posturing, aching at the back, stiffness of the neck…”
Nasarawa records 12,000 tuberculosis cases in five years
He explained that the rally was aimed at building public awareness about Tuberculosis and efforts to eradicate it.
WHO launches global initiative to cut medication errors by half
“We all expect to be helped, not harmed, when we take medication”
Nigeria meningitis outbreak: 282 deaths confirmed in five states
An official said there was no commercially available vaccine for this new stereotype “C” meningitis.
Meningitis Outbreak: Death toll rises to five in Abuja
An outbreak of meningitis has killed over 200 people across Nigeria in recent weeks.