As parts of efforts to reduce the prevalence of oral health problems in the country, Unilever Nigeria plc has said that it will reach about 10 million Nigerian children on tooth maintenance by 2020.
Speaking at a press conference in Lagos to mark the World Oral Health Day, WOHD, the Brand build [...]
In a move aimed at reducing maternal mortality, the United States and the Federal Government along with General Electric, GE, have launched a new mother-and-child health initiative that would expand access to pre-natal screenings to more than 2 million expectant mothers across Nigeria by 2020. [...]
Herbalists in the country under the auspices of the Nigeria Union of Medical Herbal Practitioners, NUMHP, have appealed to the Federal Ministry of Health to establish a board to oversee its operations.
National vice president of the union, north central geo-political zone, Dr. Muhammad Be [...]
Following the pronouncement of Zika virus as a global emergency by the World Health Organisation, WHO, the Nigeria Institute of Medical Research, NIMR, has said that the institute is targeted at producing informed policy for the government in combating any disease outbreak.
Speaking to journali [...]
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, NAFDAC, is proposing a law that will seek life term jail for producers of counterfeit drugs in the country.
The law, if effected, will confiscate assets of culprits upon conviction and compensation for victims against the N500, 0 [...]
A consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Nordica Fertility Centre Lagos, Dr. Abayomi Ajayi, has said that painful menstruation in women could be linked to a disorder called endometriosis.
Dr. Ajayi, who is also the managing director of the fertility centre that specialises in in-vitro fer [...]
Worried by the fact that one out of every 29 women in Nigeria faces a life time risk of death during childbirth due to lack of accountability by service providers, experts have planned a 3-day summit in Abuja on reproductive, maternal, new born, child and adolescent health, RMNCAH, in Abuja later this [...]
The Joint Health Sector Unions, JOHESU and the Assembly of Healthcare Professionals, AHPA, have issued a 15-day ultimatum to the federal government to pay attention to their demands or face industrial action.
JOHESU is coalition of five registered unions; Medical and Health Workers’ Union [...]
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