5 Ways your brain reacts to intercourse

5 Ways your brain reacts to intercourse

During a climax, sex may make you feel like your brain has shut down. In actuality, your brain is firing all sorts of functions. While you may not be necessarily concentrating during intercourse, your brain is working overtime to respond

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UN issues DR Congo Ebola warning

UN issues DR Congo Ebola warning

The United Nations is warning that fighting in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo is hampering efforts to contain an outbreak of the Ebola virus which has killed 24 people in the past week. Stephane Dujarric, a spokesperson

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Widespread use of breast enhancing creams among SHS students

Widespread use of breast enhancing creams among SHS students

There are reports of widespread use of breast enhancing creams and injectibles among Senior High School students and other teenagers. The substances are also said to change the complexion the breast region of users. In the course of the investigations,

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U.K to allow prescriptions for medicinal marijuana from Nov. 1

U.K to allow prescriptions for medicinal marijuana from Nov. 1

Doctors in Britain will be able to legally prescribe medicinal cannabis from Nov. 1, after two highly publicized cases of young, epileptic patients dependent on marijuana-based treatments put pressure on the government to review its policy. The change was announced on Thursday

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91 eye doctors in Ghana; 68 work in Greater Accra alone

91 eye doctors in Ghana; 68 work in Greater Accra alone

There are only 91 ophthalmologists (medical doctors specialising in the anatomy, functions and diseases of the eye) in Ghana. Out of the number, 75 per cent are operating within the Greater Accra and Ashanti regions, while there is no ophthalmologist

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No measles-related deaths in 15yrs – GHS

No measles-related deaths in 15yrs – GHS

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has announced that for the past 15 years, Ghana has not recorded any deaths associated with measles.According to the GHS, the achievement is remarkable but more efforts are needed to eliminate measles completely from the

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Ghanaian Pharmacist leads team of Scientists to discover antibiotic

Ghanaian Pharmacist leads team of Scientists to discover antibiotic

A Ghanaian Pharmacist, Prof. Kwasi Adomako Ohemeng has led an optimization team to successfully develop Omadacycline, an antibiotic. He was recruited from another global pharmaceutical giant Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) to help the company fast track the process of development.

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Dressing up children too early for school bad for mental health

Dressing up children too early for school bad for mental health

Acting Director of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital, Dr Adwoa Pinamang, has called a state-led action to improve mental health among young children. Speaking on the Super Morning Show on Joy FM, she said the 7% of Ghanaian youth documented to be living with

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Malaria deaths down

Malaria deaths down

The National Malaria Control Programme has announced a reduction in malaria cases in the country largely due to the use of treated mosquito nets.According to the Programme Manager of the Malaria Control Programme, Dr. Keziah Malm, malaria-related deaths have reduced

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Hypertension is the fourth killer of Ghanaians – GHS

Hypertension is the fourth killer of Ghanaians – GHS

Dr Yao Yeboah, Chairman of the Governing Council, Ghana Health Service (GHS) on Tuesday said hypertension is the fourth killer of Ghanaians across the country and the first killer of patients that attended the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. He said the

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