Rwanda enforces a ban on skin bleaching

Kigali – The government of Rwandan has sent out officials across the country to enforce its ban on skin lightening…

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Different brain areas linked to smoking and drinking

BRUSSELS–– A recent worldwide study found that different brain areas relate to smoking and drinking which may cast light on…

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*BANANAS* •Protect your heart. •Strengthen bones. •Control blood pressure •Block diarrhea. *BEANS* •Prevent constipation. •Help hemorrhoids. •Lower cholesterol. •Combat cancer.…

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Biggest ever cholera vaccine drive underway in Africa: UN

WHO says more than 2m Africans to benefit from cholera vaccine Media Source: Agence France-Presse The biggest cholera vaccine drive…

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Over 90 percent of Nigerians at risk of malaria: official

Media Source: Xinhua (China) LAGOS–– Over 90 percent of the population in Nigeria is at risk of malaria, while children…

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UN says more than 5 million children got polio vaccines in Niger

 A health official administers a polio vaccine to children at a camp for people PARIS, France––The United Nations on Tuesday…

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Choosing “Sick Bush” And Prayer Houses Over Western Medical Care Is A Threat To Community Health

Some sick people prefer going to the “Sick Bush” or the Aladura Church for healing than going to the hospital…

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WHO says tainted food outbreak threatens 16 African nations

Tainted processed food GENEVA— The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) says a deadly outbreak linked to tainted food in…

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Obesity: Africa’s New Crisis | WHO | Africa’s Office reports

The World Health Organization (WHO) that Africa has a new health problem: Obesity: Africa’s new crisis. According to the WHO,…

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Heart Disease and Men

Heart disease is a term that includes several more specific heart conditions. The most common heart disease in the US…

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