Latest Health News in Ghana
It is not everyday that one sees young people who are still finding their way in the world committing their lives to helping the less fortunate but the youngsters at For The Future are different.
FDA does not have the regulation right now to control the smoking of shisha and electronic cigarette but considering a proposal to parliament to initiate steps to have it banned.
President Akufo-Addo has promised that his government would soon come out with a definite position on a possible ban on the manufacture of plastics in the country.
A former minister of Gender, Otiko Djaba has popped up into the limelight after her sacking in 2018 but this time, she is a TV host of a show for people with disabilities.
The family of a man from Bole are thankful to Ghana's vice-president, Mahamudu Bawumia, whose donation of $24,000 made it possible for the 35-year-old kidney failure patient to receive treatment in India.
The Ghana Health Service is warning that there is an alarming number of young Ghanaian girls who have taken to smoking shisha, a trend that can have serious repercussions for their health.
Over 70-year-old woman, Adwoa Bidie, with a damaged right eye has been selling charcoal for more than forty years, despite her worsening condition due to dust from the broken pieces of charcoal.
Research has it that there is an ongoing public health threat as cigarette smoking kills about 75 of Ghanaian men a week, which translates into 3,900 men who die from the harmful effects of cigarette smoking each year.
He said until Ghanaians changed their attitudes, Accra and major parts of the country would continue to flood. As an example, he noted how some people dispose of rubbish in drains.
A Consultant Urologist at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital has revealed about 50 percent of Ghanaian men, may fail at getting a woman pregnant.
Renowned journalist and host of Peace FM morning show 'Kokrokoo', Kwami Sefa Kayi has bemoaned the ruling government's inability to construct the Lekma Hospital road; an issue he has been talking about for years. YEN.com.gh news.
The management of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital has been forced to plead with generous members of the public to contribute their kindness to help feed hospital inmates because of a lack of funds.
The Assistant Director of the Plant Protection and Regulatory Services Directorate of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA), Richard Agbenu has advised the general public to avoid eating rotten tomatoes.
A report YEN.com.gh has come across indicates scientists are now a lot certain that men who take performance enhancing steroids in order to look masculine or "macho" are actually hurting their chances of having children.
A study conducted by researchers from the University of York in the UK has revealed that rivers around the world are contaminated with dangerous levels of antibiotics.
A doctor identified as James King has shared heart-gripping details of how he saved a man's life while airborne. In a post shared on Facebook, King, narrated how he was aboard a flight which was headed to Lagos from Kano.
A group committed to the prevention of non-communicable diseases in Ghana is warning the rest of the country that over 90,000 deaths by disease are caused by ailments they are concerned about.
As part of making school more accessible and help clean communities, a private school has appealed to parents and guardians to submit empty plastic bottles in exchange for payment of their wards' school fees.
Pregnant women in northwest Tanzania who do not give birth in health facilities are being fined between GHc 48.00 and GHc 116, privately-owned newspaper The Citizen reports.
Members of the Ghanaian public have been advised to be wary of buying medicines that are advertised to cure multiple or all ailments.
A Christian religious leader, Rev. Fiifi Ankomah, is warning that the social and health problem of open defecation has spiritual and moral consequences that could see culprits end up in hell.
It would appear the poor performance during lovemaking that some men exhibit may be down to cigarette smoking as the activity is suspected to lower men's ability to experience optimal erection.
Latest Health News in Ghana