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Nollywood actors to promote GMO Yellow Cassava to Nigerians

Nollywood actors to promote GMO Yellow Cassava to Nigerians

There is a new food crop in town called “Vitamin A Cassava” or “Yellow Cassava”, that was genetically developed by HarvestPlus under the guise of helping Nigerians and Africans to end lack of food nutrition; and they have hired Nollywood actors to help promote the farming and consumption of the new genetically engineered food crop.

“The world population needs to be reduced” -Bill Gates

“The world population needs to be reduced” -Bill Gates

Did you know – Bill Gates and George Soros, among other jointly-related billionaires, publicly states and supports the initiative that: “the world population needs to be reduced” ?

South African daffodils may be a future cure for depression

South African daffodils may be a future cure for depression

Scientists have discovered that plant compounds from a South African flower may in time be used to treat diseases originating in the brain – including depression.

Fake malaria drugs common in Africa, Asia

Fake malaria drugs common in Africa, Asia

More than a third of the malaria-fighting drugs tested over the past decade in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia were either fake or bad quality, seriously undermining efforts to combat the disease, a study said Tuesday.

In Ethiopia, water treatments not enough to combat fluorosis

In Ethiopia, water treatments not enough to combat fluorosis

Increased intake of dietary calcium may be key to addressing widespread dental health problems faced by millions of rural residents in Ethiopia’s remote, poverty-stricken Main Rift Valley, according to a new Duke University-led study.

ECOWAS signs agreement with Cuba for the Elimination of Malaria in West Africa by 2015

ECOWAS signs agreement with Cuba for the Elimination of Malaria in West Africa by 2015

ECOWAS and the Republic of Cuba have agreed new measures to revive their collaboration towards the elimination of malaria in West Africa by 2015 through a control and elimination programme.

Treatment to benefit African infants at risk of endemic fever

Treatment to benefit African infants at risk of endemic fever

Thousands of pre-school children in Africa could benefit from access to treatment for an endemic disease, after tests showed infants to be at high risk of infection.

Ghana’s Bongo District records more teenage pregnancies and illegal abortions

Ghana’s Bongo District records more teenage pregnancies and illegal abortions

A research carried out in the Bongo District of Ghana in 2011 revealed that the District recorded more teenage pregnancies and illegal abortions.

Libya Faces a Health Check

Libya Faces a Health Check

At a crowded corner of the Tripoli Medical Centre, people gather every morning to submit paperwork for medical treatment abroad, or worriedly scan new lists of approved names plastering the walls.

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