• Super-gonorrhoea spread causes ‘deep concern’

    Super-gonorrhoea spread causes ‘deep concern’0

    Two women in the UK have been infected with super-gonorrhoea, sparking deep concern from sexual health doctors. A European “party destination” is one line of inquiry and health officials are trying to contact subsequent sexual partners in the UK. Both women have since been cured of their infections, which were resistant to the main therapy.

  • The one drink proven to reduce harmful belly fat

    The one drink proven to reduce harmful belly fat0

    Visceral fat poses a serious health risk because having too much can increase the risk of heart problems, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure. It’s stored in the abdominal cavity next to many vital organs, such as the liver, stomach and intestines, which is why it can have such a detrimental impact on a

  • Why too much smoothies should be avoided

    Why too much smoothies should be avoided0

    The consumption of smoothies globally and in Ghana has increased in recent years. This may be due to health messages encouraging consumers to take in more vegetables and fruits. The term “smoothie” has been used since the 70s mainly in North America and United Kingdom. It was, however, in the 2000s that smoothies re-emerged as

  • Nana Oye Lithur shares her 60kg weight loss journey

    Nana Oye Lithur shares her 60kg weight loss journey0

    Former Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Nana Oye Lithur has provided a glimpse into her weight loss journey which has seen her lose over 60 kilogrammes (kg) in 13 months. The former cabinet minister in a post to her followers on her social media pages revealed that she has been working with personal trainer

  • Seven remedies for sagging breasts

    Seven remedies for sagging breasts0

    As a woman goes through different stages of life, it’s natural for her breasts to change: They grow larger during pregnancy and breastfeeding, for example, and the skin and muscles around them stretch and loosen as her weight fluctuates. Plus, they’re constantly fighting gravity—and the larger they are, the more likely they are to be

  • Condoms can’t prevent cervical cancer-  Dr Commeh

    Condoms can’t prevent cervical cancer- Dr Commeh0

    The Deputy Programme Manager for Non-Communicable Diseases Control of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Efua Commeh has disclosed that condoms cannot protect against cervical cancer. According to her, the virus that causes cervical cancer is found in the whole perineum (the surface region in both males and females between the pubic symphysis and the coccyx)