HAVING DIABETES DOES NOT MEAN YOU WILL DIE EARLY BUT SEEK FOR MEDICAL HELP” – DR. YAKOBO ATEASE APPEALS TO GHANAIANS

HAVING DIABETES DOES NOT MEAN YOU WILL DIE EARLY BUT SEEK FOR MEDICAL HELP” – DR. YAKOBO ATEASE APPEALS TO GHANAIANS Diabetologist and Head of the National Diabetes Management and Research Center at Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr. Yakobo Atease has appealed to Ghanaians to seek for medical treatment when they contract diabetes. According to her, although contracting diabetes among children doesn’t mean one will die early, seeking for its early treatment will save lives. Dr. Yakobo Atease made this appeal at the launch of iCare to Defeat Diabetes Programme…

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It’s not just a moral outrage that COVID-19 vaccines are unequally available. It’s dangerous too

It’s not just a moral outrage that COVID-19 vaccines are unequally available. It’s dangerous too. The longer health workers, teachers and social workers remain unprotected against COVID-19, the greater the risk to their health, and the health, safety and opportunities for children. Wealthy countries must share available vaccines through COVAX, a global initiative which ensures fair access to vaccines for all.

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Dormaa Divisional police Commander urges the youth to stay away from illegal drugs_Chief Superintendent Anthony Appiah.

Dormaa Divisional police Commander urges the youth to stay away from illegal drugs_Chief Superintendent Anthony Appiah The Dormaa Divisional Police Commander Chief Superintendent Anthony Appiah, has advised the youth in the Dormaa Central Municipality to desist from the use and abuse of illicit drugs as they are harmful to their health, Sanity, and development. According to him, drugs such as Cannabis( wee)tramadol, and others have adverse effects on the body and mind and could destroy those who use and abuse them. Chief Superintendent Anthony Appiah said this during an interview…

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Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health in the country

Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health in the country The Hospital Director of Pantang Hospital, Dr.Frank Baning has disclosed that, Mental health is one of the most neglected areas of public health in the country. He said Mental health disorders, according to the World Health Organization(WHO) are among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide. According the him ,a great deal of work still remains in order to create accessible resources for all and eliminate mental health stigma and discrimination, which prevents people…

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What’s causing vaccine delays in some Asian countries?

An estimated 160 million Covid-19 vaccinations have been administered so far globally, but most of that has been in the US and Europe. In the Asian region, vaccination programmes are steadily progressing in places like India which says it has administered around 14 million doses since January. In others countries however, vaccine programmes are either yet to begin or are still at a very early stage. The reasons for this have been varied – ranging from an abundance of caution to high levels of vaccine scepticism. We looked at some…

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Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?

More than 300 million doses of the coronavirus vaccines have been administered, in more than 100 countries worldwide. However, there are vast differences in the pace of progress in different parts of the world. Some countries have secured and delivered doses to a large proportion of their population – but many more are still waiting for their first shipments to arrive. Global vaccine rollout Total doses per 100 people No data 0 10 20 30 40 50+ Scroll table Filter table: The WorldAfricaAsiaEuropeMiddle EastLatin America & CaribbeanNorth AmericaOceania Location Doses…

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Tanzania nuns and priests dying ‘with Covid symptoms’

The Catholic Church in Tanzania has been outspoken about what it sees as a hidden epidemicImage caption: The Catholic Church in Tanzania has been outspoken about what it sees as a hidden epidemic Sixty nuns and 25 priests have died in Tanzania in the last two months after showing symptoms of coronavirus, the Catholic Church in the East African nation says. The church, which has been outspoken about coronavirus before in one of the few countries in the world not to publish its virus data, warned Tanzanians to take Covid-19…

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