Sunday, May 28, 2017

Ebola, Cuba Shows Commitment To West African Humanity

After months of inaction and neglect from the international community, the US, and the EU, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa is now spiraling...

Health Care In Ghana – A Deepening Crisis

The demand by Ghanaian doctors for higher pay and the flight of some to Europe and America may be culpable, but the government of Ghana has by and large failed its people in bringing much needed care to their doorsteps; something even Rwanda is accomplishing with ease and with little help from loans and donors!

Africa On Course To Beat Malaria

The World Health Organization says it is confident that deaths from malaria could be stopped entirely. Spread by the bites of infected mosquitoes, the illness...

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Kill a Recorded 180,000 Worldwide Annually

The American Heart Association recommends adults consume no more than 450 calories per week, from sugar-sweetened beverages, based on a 2,000 calorie diet and offers tips on how Life’s Simple 7 can help you make better lifestyle choices and eat healthier.

Ebola Trials Proceed Despite Broad Opposition By Africans

Even though African medical professionals continue to press for more traditional ways of managing the Ebola disease in patients - rehydration therapy, with a...

Amid Ebola Disaster WHO Africa Office Picks New Chief

With nearly 5,000 dead of Ebola in West Africa, the World Health Organization, which has bungled coordinating an adequate response to the outbreak in...

ADB Set Up Ebola Fund To Curb Future Outbreaks

Top African business leaders in conjunction with the African Development Bank (ADB) have established an emergency fund to help countries hit by the Ebola...

‘America Sent Ebola To Africa, Left My Brother To Die Like A Dog’:...

That an American Laboratory willfully or coincidentally reintroduced the Ebola virus into West Africa through unapproved experiments with monkeys in Guinea is not a...

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...

Ebola-hit West African Nations May ‘Face Collapse’

The World Health Organization has warned that Ebola infections could treble to 20,000 by November.