GHS has said it would not countenance any action or practices by medical doctors likely to impact negatively on quality healthcare delivery
Stephen Hawking has said he is worried about the future of the NHS, in a speech critical of government policy and Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
An appeal has been made to the government to ensure that prisoners with the HIV/AIDS receive the needed care.
An oral treatment for peanut allergy is still effective four years after it was administered, a study has found.
The Kpando Municipal Assembly will hold an emergency meeting over reports of food poisoning in the Municipal area which allegedly caused deaths
There has been an increase of HIV infection among pregnant women in the country, which is increasingly becoming a threat to achieving the 2016-2020
The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has banned the sale of products that contain a chemical mostly found in body bleaching creams.
The Economic and Organized Crime Office (EOCO) is investigating the breakdown of MRI and CT scan machines at some five major government hospitals
The 37 Military Hospital will tomorrow, Thursday, fumigate the Medical Emergency Unit of the facility.
The 37 Military Hospital will tomorrow, Thursday, fumigate the Medical Emergency Unit of the facility. According to the hospital
leadership of the Coalition of Bonded Allied Health Professionals,has confirmed that, over 500 of their members have been notified of their employment
Plants have been "hijacked" to make polio vaccine in a breakthrough with the potential to transform vaccine manufacture, say scientists.
Public Health England says in some cases patients will have no symptoms, but the infection can cause serious bloodstream and wound infections.
This study is the first to focus on gum disease’s link to all cancers, and in an all-female population, said senior author Jean Wactawski-Wende
People are happier if they are able to feel emotions they desire - even if those emotions are unpleasant, such as anger and hatred, a study suggests.
The number of suspected cases of cholera resulting from an epidemic in war-torn Yemen has reached 500,000, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has listed drug resistant gonorrhoea, a sexually transmitted disease caused by the Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacterium
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