GENERAL NEWS

6 Food Items that Can Trigger Headaches

What foods do you eat? It’s a crucial question to ask yourself because the answer may provide insight into your health problems. For instance, certain foods may frequently result in headaches. Some foods appear to be healthy for the body, yet appearances and flavors can be deceiving. Your favorite cheese …

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Signs That Indicate You Need To Go For STDs Test

Most s£xually transmitted diseases are spread when a person has s£x with someone who already has the disease. The Mayo Clinic says that some STDs aren’t too bad, but others could be very bad for your health if you don’t get rid of them. We’ll look at some of the most common signs and …

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Signs Your Sugar Level Is High And Foods You Should Eat

High blood sugar, also known as hyperglycemia, is a condition that occurs when the level of glucose in the bloodstream becomes too high. Elevated sugar levels can lead to serious health problems, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Here are some signs that your sugar level is high: …

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Ken Ofori-Atta summoned

Following calls for some exemptions from government’s Domestic Debt Exchange Programme (DDEP), Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta has been summoned. The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, on Tuesday, February 7 endorsed a call from both sides of parliament for the minister to brief the House on the policy statement and issues emerging since its introduction. …

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Is Peeing After Sex Important?

According to Heathline, Peeing after s£xual intercourse is important for several reasons. Firstly, it helps to flush out bacteria from the urinary tract and prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). UTIs are common after s£xual activity due to the transfer of bacteria from the genital area to the urethra. By urinating after s£x, …

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Common Habits/Practices That Causes Breast Cancer In Women

Globally, according to WHO, breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer morbidity and mortality among women and has become a major cause for public health concern. Studies show that genetic mutations and damage to DNA can cause breast cancer development when the cells within the breast tissues grow uncontrollably and …

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Common Bladder Problems in Men and How To Treat Them

According to Heathline, Bladder problems are a common occurrence in both men and women. In men, the most common bladder problems are urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, and an enlarged prostate gland. The following provides an overview of these problems and discusses how they can be treated. Unintentional urine loss is …

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6 brain-boosting foods to add to your diet for sharp memory

What you eat has a significant impact on your body and health. Very few people, however, know that what you consume also affects your energy level, mood, and memory. A healthy well-balanced diet can do wonders for your brain health. Eating healthy foods encourages good blood flow to the brain. …

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Honey: 4 simple ways this superfood can help in weight loss

Honey is a natural sweetener that can be beneficial for weight loss. Here’s how: Honey is highly enriched with Vitamins and Minerals. Raw organic honey’s living nutrients boost the body’s capacity to burn fat by accelerating metabolism. To burn more calories, consume honey first thing in the morning and just …

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Police officer crashed to death

G/CPL Richard Datsomor of the Kpetoe District of the Volta region has been killed in a motor-vehicle crash that occurred Monday evening. The deceased died when the motorbike he was riding crashed into a cab on a section of the Denu to Adina road. According to reports, suspect driver Seth …

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Illegal miners block Birim River

Illegal miners have restricted the free flow of the Birim River on the outskirts of Akyem Aboabo to enable them to carry out their outlawed activities. During a tour of the spot between Akyem Wenchi in the Denkyembour District and Oda, where the river course has been diverted and narrowed, …

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