Health
Nestlé Ghana in collaboration with the Ghana Nutrition Society has held a nutrition workshop to foster stronger collaboration
 
A self-styled medical doctor is in the grips of the police for practicing illegally and receiving payment for the practice of medicine
 
Faith-based healers at Biriwa in the Mfantsiman Municipality of the Central Region have been criticized for impeding attempts
 
Open heart surgery appears to be safer in the afternoon because of the body's internal clock, scientists have said.
 
Surgeons in the Indian capital, Delhi, have separated twin boys who were conjoined at the tops of their heads.
 
The Central Regional branch of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has organised an educational programme to sensitise Swedru Mandela Market Women
 
A high-profile plastic surgery clinic has said it is "horrified" after hackers allegedly stole data during a cyber-attack.
 
A new vaccine that could prevent up to nine-in-10 cases of typhoid fever has been recommended by the World Health Organization.
 
Scientists have demonstrated an "incredibly powerful" ability to manipulate the building blocks of life in two separate studies.
 
A feat of "genomic sleuthing" has uncovered 173 secret outbreaks of the superbug MRSA, a study shows.
 
Ghana has achieved 90 per cent coverage of vaccination against polio, the Chairman of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) Council, Dr Yao Yeboah
 
More patients should be told to go home and rest rather than be given antibiotics, according to health officials.
 
IPAS Ghana Youth Advisory Board (YAB), a reproductive health services advocacy organisation, has made a case for the cost of abortion to be covered
 
The Chief Executive Officer of the Mental Health Authority (MHA), Dr Akwasi Osei says steps have been taken to finally enforce the country's ban
 
The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) says, it has neither registered nor approved of any herbal medicine for the management or treatment of the HIV/AIDS
 
About four million Ghanaians, out of the estimated population of 28 million are suffering from mild to severe mental illness, the MHA
 
Less than one per cent of the Ghanaian population donates blood to the National Blood Service (NBS); a Senior Blood Programme Officer
 
A newly appointed WHO Representative for the fight against polio in Africa, Dr. Jacob Simon Barnor has told the Ghana AIDS commission to stop...
 
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