January 23, 2017

Family Planning: Myths and misconceptions about female sterilisation

Female sterilisation, also called “tubal sterilisation” is a huge decision because it’s a permanent type of contraceptive. This means that it protects against pregnancy forever. Only adult women who do not want any children or do not want anymore should use this method of contraception.
January 23, 2017

Is President Buhari’s trip to the UK one of medical tourism?

If  Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari’s latest voyage to the United Kingdom is 100 percent a vacation, as announced by the Presidency, then, there’s no justification for going overseas. As a President, he should be leading by example.
January 23, 2017

Violence Against Women Bill signed into Nigerian law

Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State on Monday in Ibadan signed into laws, the state’s Administration of Criminal Justice Bill, 2016, and Violence Against Women Bill, 2016. The governor signed the two bills after the state executive council meeting. Ajimobi told newsmen after the assent that the laws would enhance […]
January 23, 2017

Nigerian Youth Corps members to get health insurance

The Federal Government of Nigeria has commenced modalities for the compulsory enrolment of all serving members of the National Youth Service Corps on the National Health Insurance Scheme.
January 21, 2017

Family Planning: Myths and misconceptions about the Injectable

Welcome to Stop the Rumours: Get the Facts! This information supplied by the Kenyan Health Department describes some of the most common rumours and misconceptions about different methods of family planning.
January 20, 2017

Top Kenyan singer, Akothee in desperate need of a husband

  With over 400,000 Instagram followers, Akothee (Esther Akothe), a mother of 5, shared her frustrations online and asked for a husband urgently.
January 20, 2017

Check out these 6 steps to relieve stress

We get over-stressed now and then. It’s a natural response under certain conditions. We need to be concerned when the stress is getting out of hand and interfering with our lifestyles.
January 20, 2017

53 Nigerian prisoners treated for scabies

About 53 of the 669 inmates of the Central Prison in Gombe have been treated for scabies, following an outbreak of the disease within the facility.