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Unhealthy lifestyles of men are written into their sperm, study finds

Scientists at the University of Copenhagen at the sperm of obese and thin men and noticed significant differences in parts of the gene associated with appetite.
Pregnant women, and those hoping to conceive, have long been warned to curb drinking and smoking and keep their weight down if they want to give birth to a healthy baby.

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Living with Fistula, The Ordeal of the Ghanaian woman

“When my sickness happened, I prayed for death, People who came to see me would spit on their way out to signify that I smell badly. They said I smelt like death. I shed a lot of tears” These are the words of 30 years Old Makida Nyariga a victim of Obstetric Fistula

We know it can be prevented and treated, yet through no fault of theirs, thousands of our women continue to be isolated in their communities and suffer alone for trying to give life.

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NHIA pushes for review of Scheme

The Director of Payment at the National Health Insurance Authority Mr Anthony Gingong has called for a stakeholders’ review of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) and the health care system as a whole to ensure effective service delivery in the country.

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7000 nurses begin strike today over unpaid salaries

The unrest on the labour front is deepening as more health workers embark on an indefinite strike today.

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uniBank Ghana walks for health‏

The Tema Community 1 branch of indigenous bank uniBank Ghana over the weekend embarked on a health walk to revitalize the staff of the bank to meet their targets for the rest of the year.

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