Obesity during pregnancy — independent of its health consequences such as diabetes — may account for the higher risk of giving birth to an atypically large infant, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health. Their study appears in… Read More ›
Eating fruits and vegetables with high amounts of pesticide residue—such as strawberries, spinach, peppers, or grapes—may reduce women’s chances of conceiving and bearing children, according to a new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The study, published October 30, 2017… Read More ›
Anti-Corruption Commission indictee and President of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA has on Monday made her first appearance before a Freetown High Court, presided over by Justice Reginald Fynn Jnr. Isha Johansen made her appearance together with the Secretary… Read More ›
In the U.S., women make up a substantial majority of students and postdoctoral researchers in public health, suggesting that most candidates for faculty positions in the field should also be female, said Meredith Rosenthal, professor of health economics and policy and senior associate dean for academic affairs at Harvard Chan School.
At a time when the nation is faced with traumatic experiences that one of the country’s emerging musical talents is uplifting the nation with heart-warming music.
Oblivious of the challenges facing children in Nigeria, TV Girl, Mercy Alexander, and founder of RhanaMerzy is reaching out to society to help underprivileged children in the country. “Giving back to society”, a watchword of hers, is taking the communities… Read More ›
Pervasive levels of poverty, protracted conflicts and complex humanitarian emergencies have led to stagnation in reducing the global out-of-school rate over the past decade, prompting the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to call for more investments. With 11.5 per cent… Read More ›