A hallucinogen found in magic mushrooms can "reset" the brains of people with untreatable depression, raising hopes of a future treatment
Health professionals in England are to be told to ask patients aged 16 or over about their sexual orientation, under new NHS guidelines.
PZ Cussons Ghana, a global manufacturer of personal care products and an active player in the global handwashing movement
First lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has appealed for more Public Private Partnership to help in the total eradication of malaria in the country.
Children and toddlers whose fingers are crushed by closing doors can end up with lifelong problems, plastic surgeons are warning.
Child and teenage obesity levels have risen ten-fold in the last four decades, meaning 124m boys and girls around the globe are too fat
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) says the health system is "straining at the seams" and faces a "precarious" future.
Fertility tests marketed at women worried they have left it too late to have a baby, can be a "waste of money".
The First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, on Tuesday, urged all Ghanaians and corporate bodies to deploy the spirit of volunteerism
Dr Sheila Appiah-Pippim, Medical Doctor, Resident in Psychiatry, Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, has advised workers to endeavour to go on leave
The promise of a hangover-free tipple will have many of us reaching for the bubbles to celebrate. But wouldn't that be too good to be true?
Women are not being told all the options when deciding how to dispose of pregnancy remains after miscarriage in England, a report suggests.
Have you wondered why heart diseases have so common? People have adopted poor lifestyle including a poor. Most of us don't have time to cook healthy
Three-quarters of the honey produced around the world contain pesticides that can harm bees and pose a health risk to humans, a study has shown.
Boys and girls should be taught about periods at school, a charity says.
Throughout history the empowerment of women has been linked to their education, which brings benefits not only to the women's own lives
Mental health staff in the UK are working in a "powder keg" environment, as assaults by patients soar, a BBC investigation has revealed.
A gene test informing women how likely they are to develop breast cancer could soon be used on high-risk groups.
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