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Stopping The Spread Of Germs At Home, Work & School.

Get Vaccinated The single best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccine each season. The 2012-2013 flu vaccine will protect against 2009 H1N1, and two other influenza viruses (an H3N2 virus and an influenza B virus). Good Health Habits Avoid close contact. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your ...

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Judge bolts as angry irate mob storm the courtroom

Source: yen.com.gh A circuit court judge decided to prioritise his life over his work as an angry crowd found their way into the courtroom. This incident occurred after the presiding judge, Oglie Korkovitey, granted bail to the suspect, a popular fetish priest called Rasta. Sources indicate that Rasta killed three persons when he knocked them down with a vehicle. The ...

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Examine your own breasts once every month – Prof. Clegg-Lamptey

Source: www.ghanaweb.com 90 percent of the people who are diagnosed with breast cancer do not have any family history of the disease hence it is important for every woman to self-examine their breasts once every month, Prof. Joe Nat Clegg-Lamptey has stated. The Head of the Korle Bu Breast Multidisciplinary Team speaking to Ghanaweb said, “if a mother or a ...

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A look at blood & its disorders-Video!

The blood that runs through the human body is mostly perceived to be red. However there is much more than what meets the eye. The blood is made up of cells and fluids that must be produced in proportionate quantities and in a healthy state to enable the body to function properly. Sarah Ofori takes a look at this essential ...

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Everything “Na”Double Double In Ghana

Everything naa “DOUBLE DOUBLE” !!!!! The politicians tell us so proudly of the roads they have constructed. But the rains come down to show us the type and quality of roads they speak so proudly of. Our city authorities tell us Accra is the millennium city and the former mayor, the best in Africa. A few hours of rainfall tell ...

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How to put Puerto Rico back on its feet

BY JESSE JACKSON October 10, 2017 What obligations do we owe one to another as Americans? What does patriotism and citizenship mean in practice? Hurricane Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico has posed these questions. Americans should be dissatisfied with the way our federal government has responded. The island has been utterly savaged by the worst hurricane in memory. Weeks after ...

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GHANAIAN shot dead by Chinese Citizen

The alleged accidental killing of a Ghanaian by a Chinese national at Wassa Akropong in the Wassa Amenfi East District, of the Western Region, has sparked riots in the town. The Chinese national is said to have accidentally shot and killed the Ghanaian, whose identity is unknown for now. Assets belonging to the Chinese are said to have been set ...

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7 Signs he’s not just your boyfriend but your best friend

So having a boyfriend is great… you get free compliments, a lot of cuddles, and something that’s not too bad to look at. But when do you know that your boyfriend has also become a best friend too? You’ve gone past the fussing about what to wear or which new lipstick to put on before you meet him or even ...

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