InformAfrica Health: Scientists have discovered from an eight-year study, that berry fruits from an Australian Blushwood tree (Fontainea) cures cancer. Learn more about this health discovery.
Global Africans need to join revolutionary forces towards putting an end to the disruptive GMO agricultural practices that IITA is using to control Africa's food supply
InformAfrica reports on how the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is destroying Africa’s traditional agriculture and limiting food biodiversity on the continent, with the introduction of their controversial and health risky genetic engineering practices.
In the US, over 96 GMO varieties are commercially harvested and sold to uninformed consumers
Africa has become the testing or dumping ground for many health and food corporations from Europe and North America. New findings reports, US Scientists to start growing and feeding Africans Genetically modified (GMO) bananas by 2020.
A Nigerian Ontologist is advising African mothers to avoid using their mouth to suck out mucus from their children’s nose for risk of contracting infections, InformAfrica have gathered.
Information gathered from Kenya News Agency states that in order to prevent the Ebola virus from spreading into Kenya, a 24 hour screening of travelers from Uganda is now in effect.
Tanzania’s Mnazi Mmoja General Hospital located in Zanzibar on the south side of stone town, is soon to offer citizens cancer treatment in order to save residents of the Island from travelling all the way to India for cancer treatments.
Tiger nuts tubers are daily diets for many people in North Africa and Spain. In North Africa, the tubers are consumed in their natural form or after being soaked in water for some hours. In Spain, tigernut tubers are consumed mainly as a drink locally called “horchata de chufa” (chufa milk).
Tiger nuts, also known as Yellow nutgrass, Chufa, have long been recognized for their nutrition and health benefits and serves as an excellent medicine for breast cancer, colon cancer, constipation, diarrhoea, bone health, heart attack prevention, among other numerous health benefits.
U.S. researchers have discovered that a drug already prescribed to millions of people with diabetes could also have another important use: treating one of the world’s leading causes of blindness.
The study revealed that Malian women hesitate to consult a doctor when the people who surround them – family or traditional midwife – do not recognize the signs of an obstetrical emergency.
In the hope of reducing maternal mortality in a region where 1 woman in 31 loses her life as she carries or gives birth to her baby*, a workshop has been organized in Mali today by the Global Health Initiative of the University of Montreal Superhospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) and the Government of Mali’s Ministry of Health.