Latest Health News in Ghana
The District Director of Health Services, Dr Mrs Patricia Lawford Antwi, said skilled delivery coverage of the directorate increased from 73.8 per cent in 2017 to 81.1 per cent in 2018.
A new report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) has explained why men are much likelier to die at a younger age than their female counterparts.
A team of second-year students from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science Technology (KNUST) has constructed a robot that is expected to do the job of a mosquito repellent.
New research sighted by YEN.com.gh suggests that men who are not able to do at least 10 push-ups everyday risk falling victim to heart attacks.
The topmost British diplomat in Ghana, Iain Walker, is set to embark on a nationwide tour on his bicycle to raise money for the Burns and Plastic Unit at Korle-Bu.
The Country Representative of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr Owen Laws Kaluwa, has commended Ghana for strengthening Primary Health Care (PHC) through the Community Health Planning and Services (CHPS) concept. YEN.com.gh
A new interview sighted YEN.com.gh shows a revelation in which young people in some suburbs of Accra are found to show up at funerals primarily looking to do drugs and alcohol.
In an astounding revelation by the body that unionises laboratory technicians in Ghana, one in three practising in health facilities across Ghana are actually operating without licences.
The National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) is now putting up emergency reponse and first aid posts on all the major highways in the country to provide immediate response to motor accident victims.
In what is being described as a historic feat, a team of seven Ghanaians have successfully conducted a brain surgery in which they did not cut open the skull.
A report YEN.com.gh has sighted says that perpetrators of the illegal act of female circumcision in Ghana are now using hot shea nutter to injure and remove the target point of the female's private area.
The Ghana Progressive Hotels Association (GHAPROHA) is threatening to sue the Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) over a broken sewerage system in an area of Tema.
Mrs. Oware explained that the ‘goro boys’ are also human beings and therefore cannot be thrown out of the Registrar General’s department. “The goro boys are human beings, they are Ghanaians and I cannot throw them out," she said.
A man is enjoying praise on social media after it emerged that he bought all of the groundnut a young man was hawking by the streets.
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that residents of Tema in the Greater Accra region and Takoradi in the Western region have been denied clean drinking water for sometime now.
Police in Kwesimintsim in the Western region have arrested a pub owner in whose establishment a man died after allegedly consuming copious amounts of alcohol in a drinking competition.
The 2017 national and sub-national HIV and AIDS estimates and projections report puts the country's HIV/AIDS population at 320,992 in 2019. Of the population, 212, 169 are females while 108,309 are males. YEN.com.gh news.
A 25-year-old mason has literally drank himself to death after he participated in an alcohol drinking competition in the twin city of Sekodi-Takoradi.
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MPharma, a Ghanaian firm that manages prescription drug inventory for pharmacies and their suppliers, is buying Kenya’s second-largest pharmacy chain, Haltons.
An official the Nutrition Department of the Koforidua Regional Hospital is calling on parents to give fruits to their children as snacks for school instead of flavoured drinks.
A woman with two wombs has reportedly given birth to twins only a month after she gave birth to a premature baby boy in Bangladesh.
Latest Health News in Ghana