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December, 2016

  • 15 December

    Ringier to Bring Global Publishing Titles ‘Men’s Health’ and ‘Women’s Health’ to West Africa

    The Sub-Saharan Africa content partnership with the leading global fitness publishing brands will commence in December 2016. LAGOS, Nigeria, December 14, 2016/ — Ringier Africa Digital Publishing (http://APO.af/cTwx96) [RADP], Ringier Africa’s new media publisher, is expanding its news & media portfolio with the digital launch of Men’s Health and Women’s Health in Nigeria and Ghana. The Sub-Saharan Africa content partnership …

November, 2016

  • 23 November

    Patient sues 6 Medical Doctors, 37 Military Hospital, GHS and AG for GH¢2.5million

    A Patient has sued Sex (6) Medical Doctors, 37 Military Hospital, Ghana Health Service and AG for GH¢2.5million over professional medical negligence leading to the loss of his limp. The Plaintiff, Wisdom Tetteh Narh is a young Pharmacist Technician, who was involved in an accident on February 1, 2014 and has been rushed to the Tema General Hospital. Due to …

  • 18 November

    UCC sex video victim blames conduct on mental disorder

    A student of the University of Cape Coast who confessed to leaking her own sex video on social media has blamed her action on mental ailment. According to Nana Abena Korkor Addo, her bipolar disorder caused her to leak the explicit video showing her private parts on social media. The then aspiring SRC president revealed this in a candid interview …

  • 11 November

    Cee Kay Massage & Therapy Centre Opens on Saturday

    Cee Kay Massage & Therapy Centre located at Dansoman to be opened tomorrow Saturday for business. The ultra modern centre with serene environment which is located in the heart of the city of Accra in Dansoman will offer all kinds of services including full bodies massage, acupressure, body therapy, Shiatsu Massage among others. Mr. Caphas Akuklu, Chief Executive Officer of …

  • 11 November

    Breast Cancer Control: Kloma Hengme embarks en Free Screening Exercises for all Krobo Women

    Thursday November 10, 2016. The Kloma Hengme association is organizing a free Breast Cancer Screening exercise for all Women in Krobo this Saturday November 12, 2016, at the Agormanya market, Odumase-Krobo. The program starts at 9:30 am. A conglomeration of Breast Cancer Diagnostic specialists and nurses from the Korlebu, Manna (both from Accra) and Atua Government Hospitals are augmenting the …

October, 2016

  • 31 October

    Men who can’t engage in regular sex are candidates for prostate cancer – Lutterodt

    Controversial Counsellor George Lutterodt has stated that husbands who are unable to have continuous sex of 21 days within a month with their wives are candidates for prostate cancer. According to him, husbands should be able to have sex with their wives regularly to prevent them from suffering from the deadly disease. Speaking on Abusua FM’s Drive hosted by Ike …

  • 28 October

    NHIS Fully Functional; NPP Campaign Strategy Heavily Bruised

    The National Health Insurance Scheme, NHIS is fully functional with many more people subscribing on daily basis. The scheme, according to separate reports by independent institutions and acclaimed international organizations which have done various works in Ghana’s Health sector, continues to be attractive as a result of new policies introduced by the Mahama Administration and This is contrary to claims …

  • 25 October

    Mahama Donates GH¢300,000 to National Cardiothoracic Centre

    John Dramani Mahama, the President of Ghana on behalf of his siblings has donated an amount of GH¢300,000 to National Cardiothoracic Centre today in Accra. The amount according to a statement on his facebook wall a proceeds of donations received during his late mother’s funeral. He also thanked UT Bank for the additional amount of GH¢20,000 to the GH¢280,000 realized …

  • 19 October

    DANGER! Bottled water drinkers are consuming cancer, autism, diabetes..

    Plastic bottles contain hormone-disrupting chemicals that can cause cancer, diabetes, ADHD and autism, scientists confirmed in a report on Tuesday. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) interfere with the body’s hormonal system, affecting development and leaving the body open to a staggering range of diseases. But they are found in thousands of everyday products, ranging from plastic and metal food containers, to detergents, …

  • 15 October

    2016 World Sight Day: Stakeholders urged to raise awareness on blindness

    Stakeholders in the health sector of the country have been urged to whip up interest and raise public awareness on blindness and vision impairment which have become major threat to humans globally as Ghana joined the world to mark the 2016 World Sight Day. They have also been tasked to influence government to fully participate in awareness creation on blindness, …