WHO pre-qualifies second malaria vaccine

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has added the R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine to its list of “prequalified vaccines.” The global health body had in October, recommended...

How regular physical exercise can boost fertility

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Abayomi Ajayi Exercise has numerous benefits for the body, including stress reduction, cardiovascular health, and weight management. It can also impact fertility by improving ovarian...

WHO warns against abuse of antibiotics

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The World Health Organisation has warned that the misuse of antibiotics is denting their efficacy and spawning resistant bacteria which could be responsible for...

Eno commissions dialysis centre, approves establishment of 10 new ones

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The governor of Akwa Ibom State, Mr Umo Eno, has commissioned a dialysis centre donated by Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) at Immanuel...

WHO recommends R21/Matrix-M drug for malaria prevention in children

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recommended a new vaccine, R21/Matrix-M, for the prevention of malaria in children. WHO said in a statement yesterday that...

African countries lure Nigerian doctors with N3.6m monthly salary – CMD

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The chairman of the committee of chief medical directors of Federal Tertiary Hospitals, Prof. Emem Bassey, has said that doctors and other health professionals...

Cervical cancer vaccine will avert 71,000 deaths in Nigeria – WHO

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Technical Officer, World Health Organisation (WHO), for Human Papillomavirus (NPV) in Bauchi State, Mustapha Umar, has said that vaccination against cervical cancer will avert...

New COVID-19 sub-variants not in Nigeria – NCDC

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (NCDC) has allayed the fear that the new variant of COVID-19 had been confirmed in Nigeria. It...

COPE, GE Healthcare acquire equipment to help women with dense breasts

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Care Organisation Public Enlightenment (COPE), in partnership with GE HealthCare, has acquired an automated breast ultrasound equipment to help Nigerian women who may fall...

NARD suspends nationwide strike, resumes work Saturday

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The Nigeria Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) yesterday announced the suspension of its nationwide strike and the resolve to meet again in two weeks...
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