Dr Ehanire made the comment on Thursday, April 19 in Abuja, when the Wellbeing Foundation Africa hosted a stakeholders’ meeting to review the Rapid Assessment of the Prevention and Control of Cancer in Nigeria report.
The House of Representatives has urged the executive to check the sale and consumption of artificially-ripened fruits in the country and prosecute those involved in the business. This followed a motion by Rep Edward Pwajok.
An Abuja based civil servant shares her testimony and touching story of how she battled endlessly with high blood pressure but finally found a NAFDAC approved natural remedy that solved her problems without side effects.
As the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) convenes in London, Wife of the Senate President, Mrs Toyin Saraki has called for greater investment in improving education and opportunities for girls and young women.
Ahead of the Malaria Summit London 2018, co-hosted by the governments of Rwanda, Swaziland and the UK, the British government re-affirmed its commitment to spend £500 million a year on malaria through to 2020 to 2021.
Wife of the Senate President, Mrs Toyin Ojora Saraki has been invited by the World Bank to attend high-level panel events at the 2018 Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group (WBG) and the IMF taking place in Washington DC.
A Nigerian man has revealed a hair treatment serum that helped him cure baldness, stopped his receding hair line and also helped him regrow his full blown hair again without stress, side effects or recurring symptoms.
People could be protected from developing irregular heartbeats or arrhythmia by drinking three cups of tea or coffee per day. This was revealed by a new study which involved researchers in the University of Melbourne.
A new study has revealed that pregnant women who take painkillers could be harming the fertility of their unborn child, and even that of future generations. The study was carried out by researchers from Edinburgh University.
Nigerian doctors say they will not join a proposed strike by other workers in the health sector. The doctors through the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) also described the union of the other health workers, JOHESU, as illegal.
The Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) has announced that it will commence an indefinite strike from midnight of Tuesday, April 17. The announcement was made by the national vice president of the union on Monday.
First Lassa fever case has been recorded in Adamawa, with a victim, Gabriel Ambe, pronounced dead. The outbreak was confirmed on Monday, April 16 by the head of the state's rapid response team, Batulu Mohammed.
The Kaduna state Government has introduced a house-to-house search mechanism to prevent and protect residents against outbreak of infectious diseases. The state's commissioner for health announced the development.
Staphylococcus aureus (staph) is a common bacteria that many people have on their skin or in their nose. Up to 25% of people will have the bacteria and for most people it does not cause any symptoms or concerns.
Do you know that Natural Supplements are never a joker, but actually the only, quickest way to cure infections? In fact it is the cheapest as well. The best supplements for infections can be gotten from natural herbs.
Complications of high blood pressure include heart disease, kidney (renal) disease, hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis or arteriosclerosis), eye damage and stroke (brain damage), but natural remedies exist for them.
US-based Nigerian virologist and vaccinologist, Dr Simon Magaji Agwale has pointed lack of political will and selfish interest among certain groups as the factors militating against the establishment of vaccine factory in Nigeria.
A Ugandan woman identified as Hellen Merrick stated that she had never defended her husband when people made negative comments about his condition because she did not think anyone deserved an explanation. Read on NAIJ.
All over the world, there have been several death cases resulting to how youths or even married women get rid of unwanted pregnancies. NAIJ.com gathered seven methods that will help women prevent unwanted pregnancies.
The UN is to vaccinate one billion people in Africa against yellow fever by 2026 in an ambitious campaign to eliminate epidemics of the deadly disease on the continent. The mosquito-borne viral disease is a major killer in Africa.
A retired banker from Lagos state has revealed how she was able to put an end to her years of suffering from High blood pressure and hypertension using a NAFDAC approved natural remedy that works without side effects.
Warning has been issued to pharmacists by the Consumer Protection Council against dispensing drugs containing codeine without prescription. It said that codeine has adverse effects when taken with alcohol or carbonated drinks.