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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE IN LOVE

Truly there is no fear in love and it makes me wonder why people claim they love you but are afraid of losing you. Anyone who is afraid to lose you is not in love with you. Love is powerful, ...

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Bank of Africa hands over Children’s Ward after refurbishment

  The Children’s Ward refurbishment project initiative at the Upper East Regional Hospital has been completed and commissioned by Management of Bank of Africa together with the representations of the Regional Hospital and Regional Health Directorate. The renovation works included, ...

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‘Miracle’ six-day-old baby survives Ebola

A baby girl who was diagnosed with Ebola when she was only six days old has survived, health officials in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have confirmed. Baby Benedicte’s mother was infected with Ebola and died during childbirth. Benedicte ...

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Spiritualists mislead HIV/AIDS patients- Senior nurse

A senior Nurse at the Reproductive and Child Health Unit of the Upper East Regional Hospital Bolgatanga, Lucy Otu has expressed concern over what she referred to as a threat to the fight against HIV/AIDS free world; peoples’ belief that ...

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Ghanaians having too many babies; that’s why health system is suffering – MoH PRO

There is too much pressure on Ghana’s health system due to the growth in population, Robert Cudjoe, Public Relations Officer of the Ministry of Health (MoH), has said.According to him, in order to reduce pressure on the health system, Ghanaians ...

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Former Deputy Health Minister donates to Mental Health Authority

Former Deputy Minister of Health, Mr Robert Joseph Mettle-Nunoo, has donated some psychotropic medicines worth €8,000 to the Mental Health Authority, (MHA) in Accra. The donation was done on behalf of Medimex SK and Glenmarck Pharmaceuticals s. r. o (Czech ...

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Government to suspend nurse assistance clinical, preventive training programmes – MOH

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana in consultation with the Ministry of Health has announced the suspension of the training of Nurse Assistance (Clinical) and Nursing Assistance (Preventive) effective 2019/2020 academic year. This follows the outcome of a desk ...

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Six arrested for open defecation

The Environmental Sanitation Taskforce of the Sekondi/Takoradi Metropolitan Assembly has arrested six persons for defecating in the open. The culprits were arrested at Effia No 9 and Sekondi Zongo on Thursday, June 28, 2018. They are Nii Addo, Salasi Denu, ...

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HIV ambassador calls for inclusion of HIV treatment tests in NHIS

HIV Ambassador, Rev. John Azumah of Heart to Heart Ambassadors campaign, says high cost of laboratory tests for HIV infected persons before treatment is affecting most patients from being put on antiretroviral drugs. Government targets to achieve Agenda 90-90-90 by ...

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“HIV And AIDS Do Not Kill Instantly, But Stigma And Discrimination Do”

  This statement was made by a person living with HIV at a day’s interaction between the staff of the Ghana AIDS Commission and the media in Tamale. The media (composed of reporters and editors) drawn from the Northern, Upper ...

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