Health Ministry commences inspection of hospitals, sets to close down substandard hospitals

By Chukwudi Nwauba The Anambra State Ministry of Health has commenced inspection of Private and Public hospitals across the state to close down any hospital that fails to meet the stipulated standards. The exercise, which kicked off in Awka, was led by the Head of Medical Services from the state ministry of Health, Dr. Ugochukwu […]

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What are the health benefits of guava?

Guava is a traditional remedy for a range of health conditions. Research suggests that guava fruits and leaves may have a number of benefits. Guavas are tropical fruits with yellowish-green skin, and they grow on trees in Central America. The Latin name for the common guava tree is Psidium guajava. People use guava leaf tea […]

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No monkeypox vaccines in Nigeria – NCDC

The Nigeria Place for Infectious prevention (NCDC) has uncovered the shortfall of monkeypox immunization in the country. The organization expressed this because of worries that the continuous monkeypox pandemic could turn out to be more deadly, as immunizations, medicines and tests are inaccessible in a significant part of the world, particularly Africa . A report […]

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Scientists call for monkeypox to be reclassified as an STI |nigeria news today headlines update today

“Classifying the virus as an STI more accurately reflects transmission of the new strain’ – Scientists call for monkeypox to be reclassified as an STI

Researchers are calling for monkeypox to be renamed as a physically sent contamination (STI). Monkeypox is right now not delegated a STI but instead a disease that might be related with sexual action, through skin-to-skin transmission. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) says that considering the ailment as a STI would precisely reflect transmission of the […]

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Bayelsa confirms 13 cases of monkeypox |nigeria news today headlines update today

Bayelsa confirms 13 cases of monkeypox

Bayelsa State Ministry of Health has confirmed thirteen cases of monkeypox within the state. Director of Public Health within the state Ministry of Health, Dr Jones stow said the viral disease is more prevalent in males than females. Stow who noted that monkeypox causes skin rashes that develop into bigger sizes of blisters particularly on […]

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