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NRSC marks World Remembrance Day with Donations

The National Road Safety Commission (NRSC), has donated assorted items made up of detergents, washing soaps and fruits, to the Accident Centre of the 37 Military Hospital, as part of activities marking World Remembrance Day

Ms Anastasia Atiogbe, the Birim Central Municipal Director of Health Service, has said most blindness and eye disorders were preventable

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A four-month malaria microscopy training programme for medical laboratory assistant in the country was launched on Thursday, at the Kintampo Health Research Training Center (KHRC) in the Brong-Ahafo Region

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Ghana has recorded a consistent declining trends in general adult prevalence of HIV over the past decade from 3.6 per cent in 2003 to 1.3 per cent in 2013

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Smallholder farmers in the rural parts of the country are finding it very difficult to access healthcare and this is seriously affecting agriculture production in the country

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Dr Nana Ama Barnes, Physician Specialist at Effi-Nkwanta Regional Hospital, over the weekend called on society to assist and accept children living with diabetes to enable them to feel socially acceptable

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A dissemination workshop on the Mental Health Act has been held for members of the security agencies in the Northern Region to ensure professionalism in dealing with mental health patients

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Poor nutrition and unhealthy environments are increasing the rise in type two diabetes among adolescents in the world, Ms Elizabeth Esi Denyah, President of the National Diabetes Association of Ghana has said

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Mental disorders are on the increase in the Tano North District, Dr Yakubu Bayayinah, District Director of Health, disclosed on Wednesday

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The Presbyterian Hospital at Donkorkrom in the Afram Plains, has run out of essential drugs for the treatment of patients

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Medical statistics for the first half of 2014 indicated a decrease in maternal deaths in the Brong-Ahafo Region

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Workers in government department and agencies, as well as students in the Asante Mampong Municipality, dash to register National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) biometric exercise, forcing officials to extend work period to include the weekends

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Mali’s first Ebola case imported from Guinea – WHO

Investigations undertaken by the ministries of health in Mali and Guinea, assisted by World Health Organisation (WHO), have clarified the early exposure history that Mali’s first Ebola case was imported from Guinea

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Leading international bodies from the transport, trade and tourism sector have affirmed their support for the World Health Organisations (WHO) stand against general ban and restrictions that include general quarantine of travellers from Ebola-affected countries

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Ignorance on the part of some health professionals and parents has been identified as a major cause for the late diagnosis and associated high fatality rate among Ghanaian children suffering from cancer

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The World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued a new protocol for safe and dignified burial of people who die from the Ebola viral disease

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