Woman dies after drinking poisonous tea in San Francisco

  A Woman is dead after drinking tea containing a lethal poison that she unwittingly bought from an herbalist Woman dies after drinking poisonous tea...

Social media addiction causes depression—NOUN VC

Professor Abdalla Adamu, the Vice-Chancellor, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has attributed high-level depression to addiction to social media platforms. Adamu expressed this view...

Nigeria’s meningitis outbreak: Reps invites Health Minister

The House of Representatives on Thursday resolved to investigate Federal Government’s handling of the recent outbreak of Meningitis in parts of the country. It has...
Regular sex good for men, hardly benefits women

Regular sex good for men, hardly benefits women — Study

Having regular sex has been linked to the reduction in men’s homocysteine levels, a harmful chemical found in the blood which can trigger life-threatening...

Staphylococcus can cause bone infection -Expert

An Orthopedic Surgeon with a private hospital in Abuja, Dr Gabriel Adejimi, has warned that untreated bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus could lead to an...

Cross River: Meningitis kills one person

One person has been confirmed dead following a case of Cerebral Spinal Meningitis (CSM) outbreak in Cross River while 23 others are currently receiving...
Workers from the Animal Protection Ministry cull chickens to contain an outbreak of bird flu, at a farm in the village of Modeste, Ivory Coast, August 14, 2015. Ivory Coast said on Friday that H5N1 bird flu had spread to a third location in the country, in the latest in a series of outbreaks in West Africa. The case was discovered on a farm in the village of Modeste, about 15 km (nine miles) east of the commercial capital Abidjan. REUTERS/Luc Gnago

FG: Bird flu hits 123 LGAs, 800 farms

The Federal Government, in its latest report on the current situation of Avian Influenza, has said that the virus, popularly known as bird flu,...

NIFST Aligns with Health Ministry on the Fanta and Sprite Controversy

The Nigerian Institute of Foods Science and Technology (NIFST), a professional association of Food Scientists and Technologists with membership of over 10,000 spread across...

Meningitis kills 21 in Sokoto

The death toll as a result of the meningitis epidemic in Sokoto State has now risen to 21. The State Health Commissioner, Dr Balarabe Kakale,...

Meningitis: Death toll hits 328

The Federal Ministry of Health has said that 328 deaths associated with Meningitis have been recorded in the country since November 2016. The Minister of...

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