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Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, the First Lady, has said anemia prevailing rates among women and children in the country are threatening.

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Ghana Should Up Blindness-Prevention Effort – Dr. Addy
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Workers Advised To Go On Leave To Avoid Depression
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Koforidua Regional Hospital Take Delivery Of Surgical Equipment
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‘Incorporate Mental Health Into Human Resource Management’
 
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“Restoration Of Nursing Training Allowances Of The Utmost Importance” – Prez Akufo-Addo
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Nursing Trainees Commend Government For Restoring Allowances
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Healthy Mental State Crucial For Improved Productivity - Dr Akwasi Osei
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Ensure Safety Of Medicines - FDA Tells Pharmaceutical Companies
 
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Three Quarters Of Honey Contains Harmful Pesticides That Could Attack The Human Nervous System – Study
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Watching Sports Can Have The Same Effect On Your Heart As Exercise, Study Reveals
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5 Best Foods For Your Heart And Recipes To Try
 
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Online Betting: More Addicts Struggling With Mobile Sites
 
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Monkey Pox Hits Nigeria's Bayelsa State
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LEAP To Cover Persons Living With Cerebral Palsy
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A Quarter Of Ghanaians Risks Mental Illness — Health Association
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A Quarter Of Ghanaians Risks Mental Illness — Health Association
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Project Transforms Lives Of Adolescents By Addressing Their Reproductive Health Needs
 
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Partner To Reduce Cholera Deaths By 2030
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Approximately 1.7 Percent Of Population Has Severe Visual Impairment
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Ghana Hosts Post-Ebola Workshop
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Lack Of Infrastructure Hampering Mental Treatment
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Awake Water Marks World Heart Day With Ghc75,000 Cardio Support
 
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Prostate Cancer Mortality Rates Top All Cancers
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Take Better Care Of Your Teeth, Dentist Urges Public
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First Lady Launches Breast Cancer Month
 
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Work On Tamale Teaching Hospital Begins
 
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One Will Not Survive Beyond 10 Years Eating From A Takeaway Pack Every Day — Researcher warns
 
 Sep-29:  
Ghana Health Services To Deworm 1.3 School Children
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Certified Registered Anaesthetists Call For "Sub-Specialities"
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Elimination Of Dog-Transmitted Rabies By 2030 Target
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Effect Of Herbal Medication Use On The Kidneys
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No Founds To Procure Drugs To Treat T/B In Cattle
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Agbogbloshie Children Suffer From Ear And Nose Diseases
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4yr-Old Battles For Life After Dog Bite
 
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