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Tamale Keep Fit Club organizes health screening for members

January 10, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

About 200 members of the Tamale Keep Fit Club, have benefited from a health screening exercise organized at the Fuo Community Hospital. They went through eye screening, hepatitis B and C, HIV, Blood Pressure, Sugar and haemoglobin levels. The event formed part of series of activities marking the Club’s 25th Anniversary. The Club’s Chairman, Alhaji […]

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Medical professionals abroad congratulate President Akufo-Addo

January 10, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

The Executive Board and membership of the Ghana Physicians and Surgeons Foundation (GPSF) of North America has congratulated Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on assuming office as the Fifth President of the Fourth Republic of Ghana. A statement issued by the Board and copied to the Ghana News Agency said the GPSF was confident that President […]

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Experimental Ebola vaccine trial shows positive prospects

January 9, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

An experimental Ebola vaccine was highly protective against the deadly virus in a major trial in Guinea. The vaccine is the first to prevent infection from one of the most lethal known pathogens, and the findings add weight to early trial results published in 2015. The vaccine, called rVSV-ZEBOV, was studied in a trial involving […]

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Half Assini Government Hospital to get hostel

January 9, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

Members of the Jomoro Development Association (JODA) based in the United States of America (USA) have cut the sod for the construction of a hostel for the Half-Assini Government Hospital. The 10-room facility which is being funded by the association would be completed in two years. Mr Philip Ackah Koffi, Coordinator of the Association, who […]

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Experimental Ebola vaccine trial shows positive prospects

January 7, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

An experimental Ebola vaccine was highly protective against the deadly virus in a major trial in Guinea. The vaccine is the first to prevent infection from one of the most lethal known pathogens, and the findings add weight to early trial results published in 2015. The vaccine, called rVSV-ZEBOV, was studied in a trial involving […]

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Back to basics

January 7, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

The New Year always comes with a feeling (a feeling you can experience every Monday if you want to) of starting afresh and making major strides but how can we expect change when we continue to do things the old way, We all have only one back and it is important we make the right […]

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NHIA-KOFIH Collaborate To Bolster Public Education On NHIS Benefits

January 6, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) and the Korea Foundation for International Healthcare (KOFIH) are implementing research recommendations to boost enrollment onto the NHIS in the Ketu North district of the Volta region. Interventions arising from the recommendations were launched in October, 2016. District manager of the Scheme in Ketu North, Emmanuel Adenyo, who is […]

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UG Medical Centre Inaugurated

January 6, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

The first phase of the University of Ghana (UG) Medical centre, a world class hospital with specialized services has been officially opened by outgoing President John Dramani Mahama in a short ceremony in Accra. The ultra modern 617 bed facility hospital, constructed with a $217m loan from Israel, comprises seven buildings offering different specialized health […]

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Exposure to heavy metal particles pose learning difficulties to children – Report

January 5, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

Scientists say the location of schools along major roads, industrial zones and automobile shops poses health risk, especially, to children. The results of a study published in the global journal, Cogent Chemistry, says the potential of learning difficulty among such risks. Researchers collected and analyzed heavy metal in dust from 20 selected nursery and kindergarten […]

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Presby Varsity Introduces Mmore Health Programmes

January 5, 2017, Author: Millicent Smith

The Presbyterian University College (PUC), Ghana, is to introduce more health-related programmes in support of the effort to strengthen the heath sector and the quality of care. Rev Professor Emmanuel Adow Obeng, President of PUC, said these would be in the areas of midwifery, optometry and hospital management. The university is, therefore, scaling up the […]

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