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Poor Feeding Affects Child Brain Development – Community Health Nurse Warn

Nutrition has been called the single greatest environmental influence on babies in the womb and during infancy, and it remains essential throughout the first years of life. Every child needs nutritious foods to grow strong and healthy. If a child ...

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Nutritious meal accelerates child growth, development – Mrs. Bernice Abbequaye

Children suffering under-nutrition remain a major public health problem confronting many low and middle-income countries including Ghana with the high proportion of the children less than five years being under-nourished. Mrs. Bernice Abbequaye, CEO of Blessed Child Foods in Kaneshi, ...

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Spend quality time with children less than six years to reduce child mortality – Miss Faustina

Miss Faustina Kene who is a Midwife at a CHIP Compound in Sekesua Yiti in the Upper Manya Krobo District in the Eastern Region has advised parents and caregivers of children under age five to take good care of their ...

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Avoid Eating Ayilor during Pregnancy – Nutritionist

Nutritionist at the Atua Government Hospital, Madam Jane Barnes –has cautioned pregnant women against the eating of certain “dangerous” chemicals during pregnancy. According to her, the eating of chemicals such as ‘Kaolin, Shileey or Ayilor’ by pregnant women or sitting ...

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Dairy Product Allergies

People with milk or dairy allergy experience symptoms because their immune system reacts as though milk and other dairy products are a dangerous invader. This reaction causes stomach upset, vomiting, itching skin, etc. Madam Felicia Kesewa, Health Promotion Officer at ...

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Failure to Renew Food License Criminal

The Deputy Municipal Health Officer in the Yilo Krobo Municipal of the Eastern Region has reminded food sellers that it is illegal to sell food without the necessary compliances of the Public Health Act. According to him, offenders stand the ...

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Food Vendors Tasked To Register Businesses

The Acting Municipal Environmental Health Officer for the Yilo Krobo Municipality in the Eastern region, Mr. Daniel Kwaku Darku has warned food vendors to take food registration and licensing of their businesses very seriously. This, he explained, is because it ...

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Dairy value chain, lucrative business but difficult to establish in Ghana – Lecturer

Dairy Value Chain is the process that links actors and the activities involve in delivering milk and milk products to the final consumers with each stakeholder in the chain adding value at its stage of transformation, Dr Maame Yaa Adjei ...

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 Nutritional Benefit of Egg, Belinda Agyeiwah’s take

Eggs are multipurpose food that can be prepared in many different ways such as frying, hard boiling, poaching, scrambling and baking. This makes egg quite simple to corporate into a diet, Madam Belinda Agyeiwah, a nutritionist at St. Martins De ...

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Avoid too much additive in diet – Nutritionist advice

The Chief Executive Officer of Ages Range Limited, Madam Cynthia Amaditey has advised the public to desist from too much use of artificial additive in their diets. She said, additives are flavour ingredients add to food substance during preparation or ...

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