People are taking notice of the liver problem that has plagued people in northern Nigeria for the past year.
It is also being used to help people who are recovering from injuries, but are unable to go home or work.
The liver problem is the biggest issue of its kind in the world, said Dr. Mohammed Fadel, the president of the International Liver Foundation (ILF).
He added that it affects more than one in five Nigerians and Nigerians who have suffered from liver failure, the biggest health burden in the country.
The problem is not new.
In 2011, there were a total of 4,717 liver cases in Nigeria, with an estimated 3,000 deaths, according to the World Health Organization.
The problem has worsened as Nigeria’s economy has slowed in recent years.
The unemployment rate has soared, and some families have been unable to send their children to school due to the worsening economic situation.
This year, the country’s economic outlook has worsened and it is looking to have more severe economic problems.
It expects a new recession next year.
Dr. Mohammed said the problem is often associated with liver disease, and that the only way to prevent the liver damage is to avoid eating too much alcohol, cigarettes and drugs.
He added, “Liver disease can be preventable with proper diet and exercise.
It can be prevented by a healthy lifestyle.”
Dr. Fadel said that the number of people with liver problems has doubled in the past few years.
He said, “We are seeing more and more cases and it seems the number is increasing year on year.
We are seeing people getting older and more likely to die from liver disease.”
According to the ILF, there are more than 1,000 hospitals in Nigeria where people are receiving liver transplants.
In recent years, there have been several new liver transplans in Nigeria and a few more are on the way.
The number of liver transplains has increased dramatically, especially in the north, Dr. Fader said.
It has grown from a few dozen a decade ago to more than 100 a year, he added.
The ILF says there are now about 2,000 liver transplanted in Nigeria each year.
The government is also trying to promote healthy eating and exercise, including a new food stamp program for people with low incomes.
The program is aimed at helping people who do not have access to a bank account or savings account to purchase groceries and other necessities, and it will continue until the end of June, the ILFs president said.
The Nigerian government is urging people to keep themselves hydrated and to eat a balanced diet, with plenty of fruits and vegetables.
The World Health Assembly is meeting in Geneva, Switzerland on Wednesday to discuss the progress made so far in reducing the number and severity of liver failure in Nigeria.
The United Nations says that nearly 1 million people in Nigeria have died of liver disease in the last three years, and more than 700,000 people have been affected by liver failure and other complications, mainly from alcohol or drug abuse.
“We have reached a tipping point,” said Dr, Fadel.
“We need to keep pushing ahead.
The more we do, the better we will be able to control the problem.” More News: