Borno orders workers to return to local governments liberated from Boko HaramBorno orders workers to return to local governments liberated from Boko Haram
An NGO, New Vision Foundation International, has revealed that residents who live in coastal communities in the country are prone to more viral and bacterial diseases than urban dwellers.
As the World weekend marked this year's World Hepatitis Day, the World Health Organization, WHO, has disclosed that, estimated 325 million people worldwide have viral hepatitis even as the 257 mill
Eastern Sudan / El Gezira — Six people died of cholera in Halfa El Jadeeda in Kassala state last week. Four new cases were recorded.
Hepatitis B is endemic in South Africa, but up until now, little has been known about the local prevalence of hepatitis C, especially in high-risk populations such as men who have sex with men, sex
Ghana loses about 290 million U.S. dollars and 79 million U.S. dollars annually to poor sanitation and open defecation respectively, state-owned Ghana News Agency (GNA) reported here Tuesday.
Dr Rakesh K Mishra CCMB director said the finding will help in accelerating efforts for predictive and personalised genomic medicines.
Khartoum- (Haffiya Elyas) Federal Ministry of Health has announced yesterday a huge ebbing in cases of watery diarrhea in all the States, particularly in the White Nile State.
A cholera outbreak in Yemen, which has claimed 1,400 lives in two months, shows tentative signs of slowing as fatality rates drop by half, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday, July 4, AFP
The death toll from a major cholera outbreak in Yemen has risen to 1,500, Nevio Zagaria, the World Health Organization's (WHO) representative in Yemen, said on Saturday, and appealed for more help
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