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Ghanaians go gaga - Woman delivers beautiful triplets in stunning photo

Ghanaians go gaga - Woman delivers beautiful triplets in stunning photo

Stunning photo of mother who gave birth to triplets stirs mind-blowing reactions
220 Ghanaian doctors back home after completing training in Cuba

220 Ghanaian doctors back home after completing training in Cuba

More than 200 Ghanaian medical students have successfully graduated in Cuba as medical doctors. Having completed a six-year programme in medicine, they are now due to return to Ghana to offer their services. YEN.com.gh news.

220 Ghanaian doctors back home after completing training in Cuba
Health Alert: Iced kenkey made with bare hands in Kumasi (Video)

Health Alert: Iced kenkey made with bare hands in Kumasi (Video)

You might want to reconsider what you eat from outside your home following recent uncoverings at the Kejetia-Suame roundabout in Kumasi. A report shows some men and women making ice kenkey with their bare hands and in unwholesome.

Health Alert: Iced kenkey made with bare hands in Kumasi (Video)
Ghanaian inventors develop device to rid Ghana of mosquitoes forever

Ghanaian inventors develop device to rid Ghana of mosquitoes forever

Two Ghanaian female graduates, Mavis Kusi and Sharon Aforo Acheampong, have developed a device capable of warding off mosquitoes, YEN.com.gh has learnt. The aim is to prevent the insects from biting humans.

Ghanaian inventors develop device to rid Ghana of mosquitoes forever
DCE reveals final solution to open defecation; teams up with chiefs to eliminate it

DCE reveals final solution to open defecation; teams up with chiefs to eliminate it

The district chief executive (DCE) of Asuogyaman, Samuel Agyekum, has disclosed that there are now bye-laws to deal with open defecation. In his opinion, the sanitation issues in the district are now hanging in a balance.

DCE reveals final solution to open defecation; teams up with chiefs to eliminate it
Special Prosecutor publishes corruption cases being prosecuted

Special Prosecutor publishes corruption cases being prosecuted

The Office of Special Prosecutor (OSP) has published a list of corruption cases it has investigated and prosecuted. The OSP revealed that it has currently investigated two corruption cases and charged the accused for court. YEN.co

Special Prosecutor publishes corruption cases being prosecuted
Korle Bu reacts to story of ‘dead’ child who swallowed coin; reveal child is alive

Korle Bu reacts to story of ‘dead’ child who swallowed coin; reveal child is alive

The Korle Bu Teaching Hospital responded to claims that a child died at the hospital after swallowing a coin. According to the management of the hospital, the coin descended into the stomach of the patient.

Korle Bu reacts to story of ‘dead’ child who swallowed coin; reveal child is alive
Lovely photos surface online as over 3000 Ghanaians enjoy free medical care

Lovely photos surface online as over 3000 Ghanaians enjoy free medical care

Residents of Anomabo in the Central region have benefitted from free medical services provided by Ghana Medical Relief. GMR is made up of medical practitioners and volunteers from Ghana and the United States of America (USA).

Lovely photos surface online as over 3000 Ghanaians enjoy free medical care
3-year-old girl who swallowed coin chokes to death at Korle-Bu after doctor's negligence

3-year-old girl who swallowed coin chokes to death at Korle-Bu after doctor's negligence

A 3-year-old girl has died at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital after the doctor attending to her allegedly administered the wrong medical procedure, which resulted in the toddler’s death.

3-year-old girl who swallowed coin chokes to death at Korle-Bu after doctor's negligence
Beautiful photos emerge online as Israel upgrades two Kumasi neonatal units

Beautiful photos emerge online as Israel upgrades two Kumasi neonatal units

Information available to YEN.com.gh suggests that the state of Israel has upgraded 10-year-old neonatal units at the Kumasi South and Suntreso hospitals in the Ashanti region.

Beautiful photos emerge online as Israel upgrades two Kumasi neonatal units
John Mahama promises to provide hospitals in six newly created regions after winning 2020 elections

John Mahama promises to provide hospitals in six newly created regions after winning 2020 elections

Former president John Dramani Mahama has assured the people of the six newly created regions of a hospital each if he wins the 2020 elections. He was interacting with the people of Techiman in the Bono East region.

John Mahama promises to provide hospitals in six newly created regions after winning 2020 elections
Mental Health: 41% of Ghanaian population mentally unstable - Report

Mental Health: 41% of Ghanaian population mentally unstable - Report

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Mental Health Authority, Dr Akwasi Osei, has revealed that Forty-one per cent (41%) of Ghanaians have some form of mental disorders, particularly psychological distress.

Mental Health: 41% of Ghanaian population mentally unstable - Report
Ghanaian scientists among 300 health experts profiled at top scientific meeting

Ghanaian scientists among 300 health experts profiled at top scientific meeting

Scientists from Ghana are among 300 health scientists from Africa and other parts of the world who gathered at a landmark scientific gathering held from July 15 and 17, 2019 in Dakar, Senegal.

Ghanaian scientists among 300 health experts profiled at top scientific meeting
Hepatitis B killing Ghanaians than any other disease - Doctor reveals

Hepatitis B killing Ghanaians than any other disease - Doctor reveals

Ghana is recording more deaths from Hepatitis B Viral (HBV) infections and its related diseases, Senior Physician Specialist at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Amoako Duah, has revealed. He bemoaned that HBV and its related disea

Hepatitis B killing Ghanaians than any other disease - Doctor reveals
Health Alert: Ministry of Health detects Polio virus type 2 outbreak in Tamale

Health Alert: Ministry of Health detects Polio virus type 2 outbreak in Tamale

The Ministry of Health (MoH) says it has detected polio virus type 2 in the environment in Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana which constitutes a public health emergency. Consequently, the ministry has detailed field investiga

Health Alert: Ministry of Health detects Polio virus type 2 outbreak in Tamale
Health Minister states condition under which nurse would be sent abroad

Health Minister states condition under which nurse would be sent abroad

The Ministry of Health (MoH) has said that the government would not relent on efforts to post nurses to work abroad if an agreement with partner countries is officially cemented.

Health Minister states condition under which nurse would be sent abroad
Hot new video shows women lining up for "charms" that make men go gaga in bed

Hot new video shows women lining up for "charms" that make men go gaga in bed

There is a new trend of young Ghanaian women selling and buying spiritual charms that purportedly make men want to part ways with money and according to a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the market is growing.

Hot new video shows women lining up for "charms" that make men go gaga in bed
It would not be in Ghana’s interest to ban plastics - Gov’t declares

It would not be in Ghana’s interest to ban plastics - Gov’t declares

The minister of environment, science and technology, Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, has declared that Ghana is not ready to ban plastics. According to him, the country depended heavily on plastics.

It would not be in Ghana’s interest to ban plastics - Gov’t declares
Meet the doctor who sees poor people; asks them to pay what they can afford

Meet the doctor who sees poor people; asks them to pay what they can afford

Meet Dr Paulo de Valdoleiros, also known as the Walk-In Doctor, who opened a practice where his patients pay only what they can afford.

Meet the doctor who sees poor people; asks them to pay what they can afford
Hospital ‘forces’ nurses to embark on sit-down strike

Hospital ‘forces’ nurses to embark on sit-down strike

Nurses at the Damongo hospital in the West Gonja district of the Savanna region, have embarked on a sit-down strike. YEN.com.gh understands that the decision stems from the fact that the management of the hospital has failed.

Hospital ‘forces’ nurses to embark on sit-down strike
Minister reveals secret behind gov’t’s decision to send nurses to Barbados

Minister reveals secret behind gov’t’s decision to send nurses to Barbados

A deputy minister of health, Alexander Abban, has disclosed the reason behind the decision to send some Ghanaian nurses to Barbados. In an interview, he stated that financial challenges compelled the government to agree to it.

Minister reveals secret behind gov’t’s decision to send nurses to Barbados
New study finds chips, pizza among foods which give men low "baby formula"

New study finds chips, pizza among foods which give men low "baby formula"

As a man, how much do you love your fries and burgers? A recent study suggests that the love for such just might be the reason you are struggling in the bedroom department.

New study finds chips, pizza among foods which give men low "baby formula"
First Lady presents 6 new ambulances to 6 health centre

First Lady presents 6 new ambulances to 6 health centre

The first lady, Rebbecca Akufo-Addo has on behalf of the Rebecca Foundation with support from the SVANI GROUP LTD donated 6 ambulances to 6 health centers.

First Lady presents 6 new ambulances to 6 health centre
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