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Odumase – Krobo Nursing and Midwifery Training College Holds First Matriculation

The first matriculation ceremony of all three-year groups offering various certificate courses at the Nursing and Midwifery Training College at Odumase-Krobo in the Eastern region was held on Friday, 10th November, 2017. About 480 students were matriculated during the beautiful ...

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Poverty Should Not Be a Hindrance against Proper Child Feeding

A community Health Nurse, Mr. Samuel Madjitey has called on parents and caregivers of children under five to ensure proper feeding of their children, urging them not to be dissuaded from ensuring that responsibility by poverty. According to Mr. Samuel ...

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MOH, MHA begin mental health week celebration today

Ministry of Health and the Mental Health Authority have yesterday [Monday] launched this year’s Mental Health Week Celebration at the International Press Center   under  the theme,  “Mental Health at the work place’’, a situation stated as prevalent  at every work ...

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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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First Lady promises to build cancer treatment centre in Ghana

  The First Lady , Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo has pledged to  mobilise resources to build a cancer treatment centre in Ghana. This, she said, would be done with support from the Forum of African First Ladies Against Cancers. The First ...

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Government Slaps a 40% Reduction On Nursing School Intake

The policy is to improve on the quality of nurses The Government has directed that all public nursing and midwifery schools reduce their intake to only 60 percent of the school’s capacity. A statement by the Chief Director of the ...

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22-year-old woman who has never menstruated cries for help

A 22-year-old woman who has never experienced her menstrual cycle has appealed to the public to assist her to undergo a surgical incision at the cost of Ghc3,500 to correct her situation. Georgina Anim Aba currently stays with her parents ...

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