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Marburg Virus Diseases Cases No More In Ghana.

Marburg is a highly infectious viral hemorrhagic illness as Ebola.The virus is initially disseminated to people from fruit bats spreads among humans through contact with the bodily fluids of infected people,according to WHO. Marburg Virus Disease was announced in Ghana on July, 4th,2022. Three cases have since been publicized with the recent being on 21st of July 2022.

  14 hours ago ago
Marburg Virus Diseases Cases No More In Ghana.

HEALTH

Do Bras Cause Breast Cancer? Check Out Experts Answer

Many things are said about women's breast cancer. Which many people blindly believe. At the same time, you may have heard that if you wear a tight bra or a black bra, it can increase your risk of breast cancer. However, it is necessary to find out how much of this is true and how much is this fraud.

  21 days ago ago
Do Bras Cause Breast Cancer? Check Out Experts Answer

HEALTH

Breaking: Monkeypox outbreak as global health emergency have been declared

In a recent report, the World Health Organization called on governments to take immediate action to stop the spread of the monkeypox virus. The report stated that over 16,500 cases have been recorded in 74 countries. This has led to the declaration of the monkeypox virus as a global emergency infectious disease.

  19 days ago ago
Breaking: Monkeypox outbreak as global health emergency have been declared

HEALTH

What Happens If You Eat 5 Eggs A Day?

Eggs are the perfect food and contain almost all the important nutrients your body needs. In the field of nutrition, eggs are known as a complete nutritional food. In addition to breast milk, the protein composition in eggs is the closest to that of the human body, and the absorption rate is even much higher than that of milk, meat and soy.

  16 days ago ago
What Happens If You Eat 5 Eggs A Day?

SOCIETY

Arresting This Man Won't Be Bad- Jealous Husband Butchers wife At Lapaz

Globally, the victims of domestic violence are overwhelmingly women, and women tend to experience more severe forms of violence. WHO estimates 1 in 3 of all women is subject to domestic violence at some point in their life. They are also likelier than men to use intimate partner violence in self-defense.

  8 days ago ago
Arresting This Man Won't Be Bad- Jealous Husband Butchers wife At Lapaz

HEALTH

‌Abortions Can Be Safe When Doctors Comply With The World Health Organization Rules - Herbalist

‌The Chief Executive Officer of Adom Dankwah Herbal Centre located at Kodie Apagya in the Ashanti Region, H/Dr Patience Dankwah has indicated that abortions can be safe when Medical Practitioners comply with the laid down formalities which the World Health Organization has set aside for the job. She indicted that the World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

  1 month ago ago
‌Abortions Can Be Safe When Doctors Comply With The World Health Organization Rules - Herbalist

HEALTH

Y-Check Presents Findings to Stakeholders in Education and Health in Cape Coast Metropolis

Y-Check Ghana Organises a Day's Workshop to Disseminate Research Findings to Stakeholders in Education and Health The World Health Organisation (WHO) has organised a day's workshop on Y-Check to disseminate their research findings to key stakeholders in Health and Education in the Cape Coast Metropolitan Area.

  1 month ago ago
Y-Check Presents Findings to Stakeholders in Education and Health in Cape Coast Metropolis

HEALTH

The World's Top 5 Deadliest Diseases

Although the coronavirus is rightfully grabbing attention, there are other other infectious diseases that are going around. It's fair to say that the globe is focused on infectious diseases since COVID-19 has placed half of the earth on lockdown. Second only to COVID-19 in terms of mortality rates, tuberculosis is still one of the deadliest infectious illnesses in the world, and drug-resistant TB strains are still a big issue.

  1 month ago ago
The World's Top 5 Deadliest Diseases

HEALTH

Ghana declares first outbreak of highly infectious Marburg virus

Health authorities in Ghana have authoritatively affirmed two instances of the Marburg infection, a profoundly irresistible sickness like Ebola, after two individuals who later kicked the bucket tried positive for the infection recently. Tests directed in Ghana returned positive on July 10, however the outcomes must be checked by a lab in Senegal for the cases to be viewed as affirmed, as per the World Health Organization (WHO).

  25 days ago ago
Ghana declares first outbreak of highly infectious Marburg virus

HEALTH

Just In: Suspected Marburg virus kills two in Ghana

The World Health Organization (WHO) has dispatched a team of experts to assist Ghanaian health workers and prepare for a possible outbreak of the Marburg virus, a highly infectious disease in the same family as the Ebola virus. The WHO experts will assist Ghana's health authorities by increasing disease surveillance, testing, tracing contacts, preparing to treat patients, and working with communities to alert and educate them about the disease's risks and dangers, as well as collaborating with emergency response teams.

  1 month ago ago
Just In: Suspected Marburg virus kills two in Ghana

HEALTH

6 Ways to Improve Your Emotional Health And Maintain A Balanced Life

Being emotionally healthy does not imply that one is happy all the time. It means you are well aware of your emotions. You can deal with it, whether they are positive or negative. Key Facts of WHO states that the effects of not treating adolescent mental health issues extend to adulthood, impairing both physical and psychological health, and restricting opportunities to live a meaningful life as ad

  1 month ago ago
6 Ways to Improve Your Emotional Health And Maintain A Balanced Life

HEALTH

6 ways to improve your emotional health and maintain a balance life

6 Ways to Improve Your Emotional Health And Maintain A Balanced Life Being emotionally healthy does not imply that one is happy all the time. It means you are well aware of your emotions. You can deal with it, whether they are positive or negative.Key Facts of WHO states that the effects of not treating adolescent mental health issues extend to adulthood, impairing both physical and psychological health, and restricting opportunities to live a meaningful life as ad

  2 months ago ago
6 ways to improve your emotional health and maintain a balance life

HEALTH

Outbreak Of Diseases:The Monkey Pox

Senior World Health's official: The cause of the monkey pox outbreak is probably "sexual contact" "The World Health Organization (WHO) is working on more guidance for countries on how to reduce the incidence of monkey pox, while concerns may increase in the summer months," said David Heiman, a senior adviser to the World Health Organization.

  2 months ago ago
Outbreak Of Diseases:The Monkey Pox

HEALTH

Anemia - Symptoms, Causes, treatments and prevention

As per the World Health Organisation(WHO), Anemia is a condition where the quantity of red platelets or the hemoglobin focus inside them is lower than typical. At the end of the day, Anemia happens when you need more red platelets. The cells travel with iron and hemoglobin, which is a protein that helps bring oxygen through the circulation system to your organs generally through the body.

  2 months ago ago
Anemia - Symptoms, Causes, treatments and prevention

HEALTH

Ghana prepares for possible first-ever Marburg virus outbreak

Starter discoveries of two Marburg infection cases have provoked Ghana to plan for a possible flare-up of the illness. Whenever affirmed, these would the principal such diseases kept in the nation, and just the second in West Africa. Marburg is an exceptionally irresistible viral haemorrhagic fever in a similar family as the more notable Ebola infection illness.

  1 month ago ago
Ghana prepares for possible first-ever Marburg virus outbreak

HEALTH

Cases of Monkeypox have risen by close to 40% _ WHO.

World Health Organisation (WHO) has revealed with new data of Monkeypox cases soar by 40% in four days as 793 infections detected. Of these casas, 766 are in England, 18 are in Scotland, three are in Northern Ireland and six are in Wales.

  1 month ago ago
Cases of Monkeypox have risen by close to 40% _ WHO.

HEALTH

WHO Boss: COVID-19 Continues To Decline But Interpret That With Caution

The Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has admitted that the cases of COVID-19 are on the decline globally but has raised concerns about the low figures. During his opening remarks at the COVID-19 media briefing today, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus raised concerns about the decline in testing for the virus across the globe.

  2 months ago ago
WHO Boss: COVID-19 Continues To Decline But Interpret That With Caution

HEALTH

Another virus: Ghana confirms outbreak of Marburg virus, a deadly contagious disease like ebola.

Ghana declares its first outbreak of the highly contagious and deadly Marburg virus. First it was ebola then came covid, could this be something we should be worried dead about? The world health organization said in a press release on Sunday that two men who were aged 26 and 51 died from the disease in the southern part of the Ashanti region.

  23 days ago ago
Another virus: Ghana confirms outbreak of Marburg virus, a deadly contagious disease like ebola.

HEALTH

Ghana has affirmed first instances of the destructive Marburg infection from two individuals.

West African country of Ghana has affirmed first instances of the destructive Marburg infection from two individuals in the southern Ashanti area. Here are key realities about Marburg and the contamination it causes: As per World Health Organization (WHO), Marburg infection sickness is a profoundly destructive illness that causes haemorrhagic fever, with a casualty proportion of up to 88 percent.

  24 days ago ago
Ghana has affirmed first instances of the destructive Marburg infection from two individuals.

HEALTH

Cervical Cancer in West Africa: New Data Suggests 40%

According to current statistics obtained by indigenous health start-up mPharma, the prevalence of cervical cancer in West Africa is about 40%, not the World Health Organization's figure of 21%. (WHO). According to the World Health Organization, cervical cancer is the greatest cause of cancer mortality among women in poor nations.

  2 months ago ago
Cervical Cancer in West Africa: New Data Suggests 40%