Only 24% infants are exclusively breastfed in Nigeria – Health Ministry

The Federal Ministry of Health says in spite of the health and economic benefits of exclusive breastfeeding to mother

Lassa fever: Enugu confirms one death

The Enugu State Government on Monday confirmed the death of one person from Lassa fever in a health facility within E

Millions of people unknowingly infected with hepatitis – WHO

Clinton urges medical professionals to remain vigilant in fight against HIV virus

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Promising new data on HIV epidemic emerges from Sub-Saharan Africa

Researchers and public health experts have presented promising new data on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) epidemi

NAFDAC cautions Nigerians on antimicrobial resistance

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has cautioned the general public on the usa

China stands ready to offer assistance after dam collapsed in Laos

China is willing to offer aid and assistance to Laos after a dam collapsed on Monday, a foreign ministry spokesperson