Having sex during pregnancy is medically advisable – Senior Midwife

Having sex during pregnancy is medically advisable – Senior Midwife

Senior Midwifery Officer at the Tema Health Centre, Ruby Naa Ago Larbi Senior Midwifery Officer at the Tema Health Centre, Ruby Naa Ago Larbi Mensah Ansah–Tagoe has encouraged women to have sex during pregnancy. According to her, semen that they

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FDA sets new requirements for FPP on Ghanaian market

FDA sets new requirements for FPP on Ghanaian market

FDA has said only Finished Pharmaceutical Products (FPP) that meet its new requirements will be allowed onto the Ghanaian market The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has said only Finished Pharmaceutical Products (FPP) that meet its new requirements will be

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S/R: Ignore myths about eating eggs – Egg campaigners

S/R: Ignore myths about eating eggs – Egg campaigners

Mrs Comfort Kyerewa speaking in an interview with the media The Ghana National Eggs Campaign Secretariat (GNECS) has appealed to the general public to ignore all the myths about eating of eggs as well as dishes prepared at home with

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10 students, 1 fish: ‘Good Samaritan’ goes to the rescue of St Paul SHS students

10 students, 1 fish: ‘Good Samaritan’ goes to the rescue of St Paul SHS students

Auntie Bee ensuring that the food prepared was delicious Students of St. Paul’s Senior High School and Minor Seminary who were captured by blogger Kobby Kyei sharing a fish amongst ten students at dining have received support from someone akin

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NHIS covers breast cancer consultation, treatment: Doctor

NHIS covers breast cancer consultation, treatment: Doctor

“Once you get diagnosed, the treatment, the chemotherapy part of the treatment, is also free,” he revealed. The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) covers the bills for breast cancer consultation and treatment, Dr Daniel Mingle of the 37 Military Hospital

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<a>Kidney cases at KATH quadruple in last decade partly due to galamsey – Nephrologist</a>

Kidney cases at KATH quadruple in last decade partly due to galamsey – Nephrologist

Frontage of KATH Hospital admissions with kidney diseases have tripled in the last 10 years at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). Outpatient cases with kidney-related diseases have also quadrupled, with a number of these patients hailing from mining communities.

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FDA refutes claims that consumption of sachet water after 3 days is harmful

FDA refutes claims that consumption of sachet water after 3 days is harmful

FDA) has refuted claims that consumption of sachet water, three days after consumption is harmful The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has refuted claims that consumption of sachet water, three days after consumption is harmful. This follows an article attributed

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West Gonja: Too many SHS girls getting pregnant – GES

West Gonja: Too many SHS girls getting pregnant – GES

pregnant SHS girl showing bump The West Gonja arm of the Ghana Education Service has expressed worry about the high rate of pregnancy among senior high school girls in the municipality. The Public Relations Officer, Mr Akuka Samuel, has observed

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<a>‘My baby died in my wife’s womb due to delay over documentation’ – Joy FM listener recounts</a>

‘My baby died in my wife’s womb due to delay over documentation’ – Joy FM listener recounts

A listener of Joy FM, name withheld, has recounted how his yet-to-be born child died in his wife’s womb at a hospital in Accra.  According to the listener, upon arrival at the facility in a state of emergency, they were

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<a>Health facilities have no right to turn away emergency patients – GMA</a>

Health facilities have no right to turn away emergency patients – GMA

There is no justification for public and private health facilities to reject and turn away patients who need immediate treatment, the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has stated. It recognised that although private outfits may choose to not accept certain patients,

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