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Video: Afforestation and communities

Salamatu Afforestation and Communities

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Video: Women and rural water access

Salamat Rural Water Access Big Story

Government initiative aimed at involving women in the protection of water facilities is likely to be frustrated, no thanks to socio-cultural factors wherein women are not to be seen in some communities in Nigeria.

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Video: Experts demand enforcement of National Health Bill

Nigerian health experts

Statistics shows that most Nigerians do not have access to good health care services despite promises made by government over the years. Critics say the country’s health system will remain in a poor state unless the fundamental problems confronting it are addressed.

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Video: WHO urges nations to discourage smoking

Tobacco

The World Health Organisation is calling on countries to “Get Ready for plain Packaging” of tobacco products to discourage more people from smoking. Meanwhile, tobacco consumption causes the death of more than six million people worldwide every year.

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Video: Electromagnetic radiation and health

Electromagnetic Radiation

The biological effects and medical applications of radiation from wireless communication technologies and domestic gadgets have been debatable. The World Health Organisation (WHO) states that more than 25,000 articles have been published over the last 30 years on the subject. This report looks at what happens when we are exposed to to electromagnetic frequencies and how we may protect ourselves.

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Video: Hidden dangers in cookware

Hidden dangers in cookware

People often buy the quality of cookware that fits their budget. After all, the end result of a cooked meal is what matters the most. Studies have it that the wrong kind of cookware could be endangering your health.

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Video: New HIV drug on trial for discordant couples

New HIV drug

Condoms have been the most effective way to prevent sexual transmission of HIV. For discordant couples who want children, this can be a challenge. This report shows how a new drug on trial can give these couples hope.

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Video: Eye tumour

Eye tumour

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Video: Rampant rape cases in Nigeria

Video: Rampant rape cases in Nigeria

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Video: Why death rate remains high in Nigeria

Why death rate remains high in Nigeria

Pregnant women at Oriade community in Lagos say they will continue to patronise traditional birth attendants because the only primary health centre there is not well equipped. In this report, I examine how challenges of their peculiar environment threaten their lives and the lives of their unborn children.

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