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Friday 20 October 2017
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Nigeria parliament backs probe into president’s clinic

Abuja – Nigerian lawmakers are to look into the financing of the country’s presidential health facility, after criticism it...

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Oral Health: How To Whiten Teeth Naturally

There are fewer things more important than oral hygiene but unfortunately it is often taken for granted. In fact most systemic diseases...

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300,000 Ghanaians on the verge of blindness – Survey

A maiden national survey on blindness and visual impairment has established that 300,000 people representing 1.07 per cent of the Ghanaian...

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Plague in Madagascar hits urban areas, kills 2 dozen people

Johannesburg – Authorities in Madagascar are struggling to contain an outbreak of plague that has killed two-dozen people in recent...

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Panic in Madagascar as plague spreads

Antananarivo – Crowds of fearful residents flock to their local pharmacies before dawn, desperate to buy masks and antibiotics to...

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Nigeria cholera death toll rises to 21: official

Kano – The death toll from a cholera outbreak in restive northeast Nigeria has risen to 21, with most of the victims living in a camp...

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World’s first child hand transplant a ‘success’

Washington -The first child in the world to undergo a double hand transplant is now able to write, feed and dress himself, doctors said...

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Suspected diarrhoea kills 279 people in Sudan: UN

Khartoum – At least 279 people have died and thousands sickened in Sudan from suspected acute diarrhoea since August, UN agencies...

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Ebola in DRC’s isolated far north ‘a logistical challenge’

Kinshasa – An Ebola outbreak in a remote region in Democratic Republic of Congo’s far north poses a logistical challenge for...

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Hepatitis E outbreak kills 25 in Niger refugee camp

Niamey – Bad water and hygiene have led to an epidemic of hepatitis E that has killed 25 people over several months in a refugee camp...