What you eat, how you eat, and when you eat are all crucial to your health. You need to start paying more attention to what you eat as you get older if you want to help maintain your health or keep it functioning at an optimal level.
Vaginal health is very important in the life of every woman as it is one of the key things that make women complete. With this, regular check ups, regular exercises, treating infections as and when they appear and practicing safe sex help maintain good vaginal health.
The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has recently announced that the Covid-19 jab will be made compulsory to all Ghanaians if the need arises. There are about 30 million people within the length and breadth of Ghana. Many Ghanaians have ignored or are in doubt that the coronavirus is still in existence.
The First Lady, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo, at the launch of the 2021 National Health Insurance Week, lauded President Akufo Addo for directing the National Health Insurance Scheme to add four childhood cancers to the NHIS benefit package. Reacting to the expansion of the National Health Insurance Scheme package to include childhood cancers, a communication team member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Gabriella Tetteh, has said that for once, she will commend the government and President Akufo Addo for adding the treatment of childhood cancers into the NHIS benefit package.
Meet Vice Chancellor Of University of Health And Allied Sciences (UHAS) Professor John Owusu Gyapong
Professor John Owusu Gyapong is an Academic, University Administrator, Public Health Physician and Epidemiologist. A product of Presbyterian Boys SHS where he obtained his O Level Certificate, he went to St Thomas Aquinas SHS for his A Level Certificate. After his secondary education, he gained admission to the medical school of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) for his medical education.
Cloves are dried flower buds from the clove tree which originate in Indonesia. This amazing dried flower buds are used as spices all over the world, people have used cloves in traditional medicine and in cooking for many centuries, but it just recently that scientists have begun studying their potential health benefits.
Meet Foundation Vice Chancellor of University Of Health And Allied Sciences, Prof Fred Newton Binka.
Fred Newton Binka is an Academic, University Administrator, Public Health Physician and a Professor of Clinical Epidemiology. After attending medical school and completing his Bachelor's degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Ghana, he later obtained a Master's degree in Public health from Hebrew University in Jerusalem and a PhD in Epidemiology from University of Basel, Switzerland in 1997. He worked with the Ministry of Health in Ghana for over 20 years. During this time, he established the
Health officials have set off the alarm bells over the growing use of shisha by the country’s young people, saying, they are predisposing themselves to serious health risks - heart attack and cancers. Sitting at a place for an hour, just inhaling shisha has the same effect as smoking 100 sticks of cigarettes and this goes directly to the lungs.
The Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyemang Many, has presented 49 locally-assembled VW Passat vehicles to the Ghana Health Service to aid the outfit in the effective discharge of their duties. The vehicles were acquired under a hire purchase scheme with VW with the Health minister fronting for the Ghana Health Service with Government of Ghana as guarantor.
According to TV3 Ghana, immediately their journalist and some minority members on the Health Commitee arrived at the Afari Military Hospital, there were armed Military men deployed to disrupt their activities. All their filming, live facebook telecast, reportage and interviews had to end without conclusion.
On Monday November 15, the First Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Rebecca Akuffo-Addo joined board, management and staff of the NHIS to launch the National Health Insurance week. According to the First Lady, she was excited to announce that, the NHIS Benefit Package now includes four Childhood Cancers namely -Burkitt Lymphoma, Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia, Wilms tumour and Retinoblastoma.This is a significant intervention in the fight against childhood cancers.
According to Mr Humphrey Kofie, the executive Secretary of the Mental Health Society of Ghana, mental disorders are really troubling in the country as its treatment comes with a lot of expenses. He said mental law says mental health services shall be free, Health policy also says mental health services shall be free but it is not.
It is very sad to hear some citizens of Ghanaians plead for help from the government for some basic needs. Hospitals are among the basic needs of every country. Hospitals play a very vital role in saving the lives of people. Pregnant women visit these facilities to successfully deliver their babies.
As 5G becomes more widely available, some have raised concerns about potential health risks. Two major concerns have been expressed, both of which are related to the radiation associated with the technology. The most widely held belief is that 5G causes cancer. The second concern is that the radiation emitted by 5G phones weakens the immune system, allowing COVID-19 to spread.
Six more people have died in the Savannah Region as a result of the probable yellow fever outbreak. This takes the total number of people suspected of dying from the sickness to 14 — one adult man and thirteen children. Twenty-two people have been admitted to the West Gonja Municipal Hospital in Damongo after contracting the ailment, while 17 others have been treated and discharged from the same hospital.
Health is so important that a second of time wasted can put someone into his or her early grave. As a nursing student, I've seen a lot at the hospital during my clinicals how the slightest negligence can put someone's life in danger. Stay with me through to the end of this article as I outline why you should take very good care of yourself, little things that can put you at risk of I'll health and little things to do to make you stay healthy.
Some 25 people have been killed with 18 others on admission at various hospitals in the Savannah and Upper West Regions following the Outbreak of Yellow Fever. The disease was first recorded in the West and North Gonja Districts of the Savanna Region fortnight ago but has now spread to the Wa West District of the Upper West Region.
Ghana Health Service says all seven District in the Savannah region has now recorded cases of Yellow fever diseases. At least three more people have succumbed to yellow fever in the Savannah region as of today 25th November 2021, the Ghana health services has said. This brings the death toll to 32, since the outbreak of the disease in the region last month.
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Six additional people have died in the Savannah Region as a result of the suspected yellow fever outbreak, bringing the total death toll to 14. A male adult and 13 children make up the figure. Twenty-two people have been admitted to the West Gonja Municipal Hospital in Damongo after contracting the ailment, while 17 others have been treated and discharged from the same hospital.