POLITICS

How To Prevent Infection In Women’s Private Areas After Intimacy

According to “Healthline”, Almost half of all women will experience at least one urinary tract infection (UTI) at some point in their lives, and many of us experience many more. A urinary tract infection occurs when bacteria create an infection by passing via the urethra and entering the urinary tract (UTI). …

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Foods That Are Good For Women After Their Menstrual Period

The female reproductive system’s uterus and ovaries are built in a way that makes conception possible, and this design is changed naturally during the course of the menstrual cycle. The ovarian cycle controls oestrogen and progesterone levels, as well as egg production and release. Every woman, but especially those between …

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Suck a breast within October – Health expert advises men

Health expert and CEO of Chartma Herbal Health Centre has urged men to suck a breast within October as part of breast cancer awareness month. Charity Twumasi Ankrah in an interview with KMJ on Prime Morning Tuesday explained that breast-sucking is a major way to help curb breast cancer in …

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Distressing!’ – John Mahama laments over economic woes

Former President John Dramani Mahama has lamented over the country’s economic challenges which in his view, get worse as the days go by. In a Twitter post, Mahama indicated that the economic situation is “distressing” and called on the government to, promptly and with eagerness, secure a programme from the International …

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Here Are The 10 Diseases You Can Cure By Having Sex

Aside from being fun and bringing pleasure, sex also offers many health benefits. Find out the benefits of having sex regularly Having sex twice a week releases an antibody called immunoglobulin A, which helps protect the body from infection and disease. 1. Sex protects you from prostate cancer Research suggests …

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Stretch Marks Causes, Risk Factors and prevention

Stretch marks are set-in streaks that show up on your stomach, breasts, hips, butt, and thighs.  These long, thin, rippled marks are also called stria. If you have stretch marks, you probably wish they’d go away. These grooves or lines in your skin aren’t harmful to your health, but they aren’t great to …

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Don’t replace condoms with emergency pills

The Programme Manager of the National STIs and HIV/AIDs Control Programme (NACP), Dr. Stephen Ayisi-Addo has advised the youth to desist from replacing the use of condoms with emergency contraceptives. According to him it was important the youth used contraception correctly, consistently and continuously if they want to be protected …

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Lakeside Village, Metro TV, Net Village Host Walk Of Life

    Net 36 Vista’s Real Estate Brands Lakeside Village, Metro TV, Net Village Host Walk Of Lifehave partnered Accra-based Metro TV for the maiden edition of ‘Walk of Life’ dated for October 1st, 2022 The exercise, according to the organizers is a monthly health walk aimed at promoting a …

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Reason Why A Woman May Urinate During Intercourse

If you believe Healthline, “urinating during intercourse is a fairly prevalent health condition that affects many people (mainly women) during intercourse,” Urination while a hard-on is largely a problem for women because men’s bodies have a built-in mechanism to avoid itThe question of why people pee while sexually active has been …

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UTAG strike looms

There are reports of growing agitation among University teachers following the high cost of living and what some describe as worsening conditions of service There is however uncertainty if the agitation is related to any possible breaches of pledges made after the nationwide action by all 15 public Universities in …

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Korle Bu records 45 new COVID cases among Staff and patients

The Korle Bu Teaching Hospital has recorded an increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases from 3 to 45 from the week ending 11th September, 2022 to the week ending 23rd September 2022. In response to this alarming trend of sample positivity rate among staff and patients in the Hospital, a mop-up …

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