Under the headline “Nigeria highest producer of HIV-infected babies”, the Sun newspaper reported on a new project to prevent the virus from being passed from HIV-positive mothers to their babies.

Nigeria has recoded over 1,640 suspected cases of Yellow fever with 41 confirmed cases according to the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Reference Laboratory in Dakar, Senegal, National Pri

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has confirmed the outbreak of Yellow Fever in Edo State.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), yesterday, confirmed that no fewer than 143 persons died of Lassa fever disease within the last 11 months in 22 states.

Open defecation, for example, is dangerous for several reasons.

A Nigerian official on Monday said about 2.5 million Nigerian children under the age of five are suffering from acute malnutrition.

The federal government has lamented the activities of illegal miners across the country.

Abuja — Despite several interventions by the government to improve nutrition and healthcare delivery in the country, acute malnutrition remained at alert levels of 5-9.9 percent since 2014 till dat

The carbon footprint of food loss and waste (FLW) is estimated to be up to 3.49 gigatons of carbon dioxide equivalent (gtCO2e), representing up to 6-10% of total anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. Reducing FLW can reduce the emission intensity of agricultural production.

Abuja — The federal government Committee on Earth Tremor has with immediate effect partially lifted initial the suspension imposed on all blasting and mining activities around the areas that experi