BREAKING: Adamawa State Govt Announces Outbreak of Deadly Disease on NYSC Camp

This alarming development came to light following the diagnosis of a corps member who exhibited symptoms akin to the notorious fever, subsequently confirmed through testing by the National Reference Laboratory (NRL) in Abuja.

Nigerians at Risk of Chronic Diseases over High Temperatures— NiMet Raises Alarm, Cautions Citizens, Others

In an advisory posted on its X (formerly Twitter) handle, NiMet noted that air temperatures have reached 41°C in the North and 39°C in the South, with projections indicating these high temperatures will persist in the coming days.

AFCON Final: Avoid Match if You Have Such Health Conditions—Medical Expert Reveals, Cautions Fans

This warning comes in the wake of several incidents where individuals have suffered sudden cardiac deaths during intense sporting events or social gatherings.

Unlocking the Mystery: 10 Hidden Causes of Endless Depression; Practical Solutions

In the whirlwind of everyday life, it’s all too common to miss the small, yet significant elements that gradually undermine our mental health. Depression, frequently viewed as a constant, elusive presence, might seem like an unavoidable aspect of life. Yet, recognizing the root causes is critical to embarking on a journey back to happiness. In this article, we explore ten unexpected reasons behind the enduring gloom of depression, shedding light on the lesser-known factors that could be affecting your well-being.

A Must Read: Sleep Paralysis; A natural Phenomenon or a Demonic Attack?

This is a deliberately research-based piece scripted to educate our esteemed readers on the various points of views associated with the topic of discussion. Your step towards reading in between the lines or over and again till the end would not be in vain as it would assist you information-wise on issues related to Sleep paralysis.

Worries As Over 4,000 Doctors Set To Leave Nigeria

“When the Buhari administration assumed office in 2015, the Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, reported that Nigeria had 35,000 doctors out of the 237,000 required to serve a population of about 180 million then. Over seven years later, the number of doctors available in our health system dropped to 24,000 while the population rose to an estimated 211 million.”