Eating breakfast regularly has a lot of health benefits, according to nutritionists. They say it is the most important meal of the day and key to healthy living and lifestyle.
Studies have shown that kids and young adults who go to school without breakfast tend to have a less than impressive pe [...]
The director general, National Agency for the Control of AIDS, NACA, Dr. Gambo Aliyu, has said that accelerated community engagements would help to navigate national HIV response in the country.
Gambo stated this in Abuja, in commemoration of World AIDS day. He said communities have been playin [...]
As part of its efforts to involve private sector involvement in Nigeria’s health sector, the U.S. Agency for International Development, USAID, accepted a contribution from a leading telecommunications infrastructure firm IHS Nigeria to support USAID’s activities to eradicate HIV and AIDS i [...]
The prevention of violence against women and sexual assault requires taking action regarding social norms, and the media have a major part to play in shaping these norms, experts have said.
This was disclosed at the launch of the Media Against Sexual Violence program organized by the HACEY Heal [...]
An expert on mental health, Dr. Terver Chieshe, has called on all health workers across the country to have knowledge in mental health to enable them identify, diagnose and treat mental illness among their patients.
Chieshe urged health workers not to be afraid of mental illness but to study th [...]
Michigan State University's Sleep and Learning Lab has conducted one of the largest sleep studies to date, revealing that sleep deprivation affects us much more than prior theories have suggested.
Published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, the research is not only one of [...]
Fertility specialists and stakeholders have urged couples battling with infertility to avoid patronizing quacks, saying infertility as classified by the World Health Organisation, WHO, as a public health disease requiring proper medical attention from qualified personnel at accredited facilities.[...]
Exercise can help curtail episodes of depression, even in those who have an increased genetic risk, a new study has revealed.
The researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, USA, who stated in their report that it is common knowledge that exercise is good for physical health, als [...]
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