The National Handwashing Day was launched on Thursday in Tamale in the Northern Region with a call on government, heads of institutions, families and community leaders to ensure that facilities for hand washing are available at vantage points for accessibility.
Residents of Komenda and surrounding villages in the Central Region on Friday received their fair share of Vodafone Ghana Foundation’s free medical screening, as part of the telecom company’s efforts at keeping the citizenry healthy.
A man who died in southern Nigeria in a suspected case of Ebola did not have the deadly virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.
An Ebola scare has been reported in southern Nigeria, a year after the country was declared free of the virus.
Some nurses and midwives are beginning an indefinite strike from Monday, October 5 as a result of unpaid salaries.
Ghana joined the world on Saturday to mark the 2015 World Heart Day with a call on citizens to adopt healthy lifestyle by making healthy choices no matter where they live in order to reduce the risk of heart diseases and stroke.
In an effort to help reduce infant mortality in Ghana, telecommunication giants Vodafone Ghana has donated two incubators to the Dormaa Presbyterian Hospital in Dormaa, Brong Ahafo Region to improve the health of new born babies.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in collaboration with non-governmental organization Hope for Future Generation (HFFG) has launched a two-day sensitization programme on the deadly Ebola disease.
As part of efforts to improve healthcare delivery in the country, Iran Clinic, a non-governmental Organization (NGO) providing quality healthcare services to Ghanaians at very affordable rate, is adding a number of new specialist services to alleviate the plight of the vulnerable in the society.
Season 5 of the CIMG Television Programme of the Year, Healthline, has brought smiles and hope to young Charlotte Moloko, an 18-year old girl who suffered a severe tumour on her right eye.