Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Parliament Summons Health Minister in National Health Insurance Scheme Crisis

Health Minister, Sherry Aryittey has been summoned to appear before Parliament’s Committee on Health over the current <financial crisis crippling operations of the National...

Ghanaian Medical Doctors – The Ungrateful Bastards

The Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) of Ghana’s 2,479.5 PPP Dollars based on GDP versus the United States’ 41,889.57 PPP Dollars means that a Ghanaian medical doctor’s $20,000 a year salary translates into a whooping average of $337,000 annually in the United States. Essentially they are fat cows walking around with the trimmings and scraps of the taxpayer at their behest.

Stop Wasting Money On Vitamin And Mineral Supplements – Enough Is Enough

PAGA, Ghana — Every time I step into the doctor’s office in Tamale, I am presented with what continues to look more and more...

Ebola Crisis: Mali Confirms First Case

The first case of Ebola has been confirmed in Mali. The government of Mali said a two-year-old girl had tested positive for the haemorrhagic virus....

Ebola Drug Trial Is Halted for Lack Of Trust And Patients

A so-called sharp decline in new Ebola cases in Liberia has become the new culprit for reasons ushered in by Western Pharmaceutical companies as...

A Morning-After Pill for All Ages

A U.S. judge ruled that the morning-after contraceptive pill, once sold to women over age 17, would be sold to women of all ages. Is this ruling a victory for women’s reproductive health or a permission slip for children to grow up too fast?

Rwanda Champion African Union Water And Sanitation Plan

Rwanda has begun her new role in the implementation of an African Union initiative on continental water and sanitation. The plan was kicked off...

Governments Cautioned Against Tobacco Lobbyists

Giving any tobacco industry a space on the table during the talks is inadvertently allowing the industry to dictate what is discussed on that table. This is unacceptable.

Ebola Vaccine Trials Announced By WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced from Geneva that it is ready to begin implementing the phase I of testing new Ebola medical therapies...

Retracing US Dallas Ebola Patient’s Travel

DALLAS — The murderous civil war that terrorized Liberia from 1989 to 2003 left at least 5 percent of the population dead, and sent...