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Delta Declared Lassa Fever Free Says Commissioner…

Lassa fever

Health Delta declared Lassa fever free – Commissioner. Lassa fever: No new case in Plateau – Commissioner. UNICEF revises humanitarian funding appeal for Nigeria to US$ 115m. Nigeria HIVAIDS prevalence now 3 percent – NACA. …

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Baissa Bitter Leaves: Why it is Most Preferred in Taraba

Bitter leaf is a unique traditional ingredient in African soups. Even though it has a bitter description, its appetizing taste ironically retains a unique appeal to both old and young when it is masterfully prepared. …

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Spotting Early Signs of Malnutrition in Children

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With sunken eyes and a distant stare too serious for her age Benita sat tilting sideways with a drool  as she watched other children running and screaming with delight as they played in the setting …

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Police Nab 2 Suspects Over Isheri Kidnap…

Police nabs supects

Lifestyle Police nab 2 suspects over Isheri kidnap – Police arrest woman over theft of laptop Boko Haram are killer herdsmen? Soldiers make HUGE discovery Housewife electrocuted in Suleja Gunmen who kidnapped Catholic priest in …

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German Firm Re-Launches Drugs to Manage Diabetes in Nigeria…

diabetes

Health: German firm re-launches drugs to manage diabetes in Nigeria. Is there a depression diabetes connection in pregnant women? Teaching hospitals need adequate funding to survive    Over 90% of world breathing bad air – …

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Did You Know That Meditation Changes Your Brain?…

meditation helps the brain

Health Did you know that meditation changes your brain? The best and worst foods .. for a healthy brain. ZIKA VIRUS: NIMR begins mapping of high risk areas. The health benefits of asparagus are abundant. …

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Fear Grips Kano Residents Over Discovery of 2 Polio Cases…

polio-kids

Health Fear grips Kano residents over discovery of 2 polio cases. Rotary’s $35m new fund to boost Nigeria, others’ polio eradication efforts. Fifty die of watery diarrhoea in Sudan Khartoum. We have curtailed cholera outbreak …

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Why Taraba Women Cry More Than Men.

Why Taraba women cry more than men

In Taraba,  just as the world over, it is a known fact that women break down easily in tears more than men due to various reasons. To be honest, have you ever cried recently on …

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How to keep Your Blood Pressure Low Every Morning…

How to Lower Blood Pressure

Health 6 things to do every morning to keep your blood pressure low. Studies say improving circulation relieves pressure on your heart. 10 best heart-healthy fall foods The drug that cut your risk of dying …

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Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution Organises Workshop in Jalingo.

International Day of Peace

The Institute for  Peace  and  Conflict  Resolution  in  partnership with  the  United  Nations  High  Commissioner for  Refugees  has organised  a  one  day  workshop  for  increased engagement in peacebuilding. The  program which held in Jalingo, was …

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