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Sunday, November 18, 2018

"Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities"

– a place where no one is left behind...

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike

Excess Salt, Bad For health

Excessive intake of cooking salt has been identified as a major cuase of heart and kidney disease. A medical practitioner in Port Harcourt, Dr Stanley...

Animal Protein Exposes Women To Bowel Disease – Expert

Experts say high animal protein intake may increase women’s risk of health conditions called Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). This report, published by researchers from the...

Doctor Cautions Against Indiscriminate Sex Habit

Assistant Head of the Emergency Unit, National Hospital, Abuja, Dr Abiodun Awolusi has warned Nigerians against having indiscriminate sex with partners who imbibe the...

Doctors Observe Work-Free Days To Mourn Colleague

In order to mourn their dead colleague, Dr Sam Okpara, who died in kidnappers’ den, the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), in Rivers State has declared...

Minister Restates FG’s Commitment To Polio Eradication

Minister of State for Health, Ali Pate, said in Sokoto recently that the Federal Government was fully committed to the eradication of polio in...

LG Boss Tasks Beauty Queen On Immunisation

The Mayor of Port Harcourt, Hon Chimbiko Iche Akarolo, has charged the new Miss Port Harcourt to help the state government to educate parents...

NGO Blames 2% Men’s Death On Smoking

The Executive Director, Youth Action on Tobacco Control and Health, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO),  Dr. Seye Omiyefa said that 2 per cent of yearly ...

SPDC Pledges Support For Healthcare Delivery

The Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) has restated its resolve to continue to support government in its healthcare delivery scheme in the Niger Delta. The...

Curry Leaves And Your Health

Curry leaves have over the years become a popular condiment in our stews and soups. The taste and smell of curry can hardly be...

Agency Blames High Maternal Mortality On Quacks

The National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) last Wednesday in Enugu, attributed the high rate of maternal mortality in Nigeria to the activities of quacks. The South-East...
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