Maame Cynthia, a 45-year-old woman welcomed her bundle of joy, two girls and three boys at Sam-J Specialist Hospital at Haatso in Accra. She is a Ghanaian woman who has been married for 20 years without a child and has been blessed with five babies (quintuplets). The babies were conceived through
GOOD SANITATION: A COLLECTIVE DUTY In response to the 2014 Ghanaian cholera outbreak, the National Sanitation Day was first declared on the November 1, by the government of Ghana. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines sanitation as the provision of facilities and services for the safe disposal of human urine and faeces.
The status of sanitation in Ghana is very poor and needs to be improved. The education on sanitation has been heard many times but they seem to be in vain. It’s said that education brings empowerment, individuals are educated mostly through the media. Some are also taught in schools to let
Most ladies have been using the emergency contraceptive pills when they have unprotected sex. Most people believe that it prevents pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections. The truth is no, it does not prevent STIs in anyway. Its main duty is to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. Unprotected sex could be rape,
Chlamydia Infection, simply known as Chlamydia is a common Sexually Transmitted Infection(STI). It is caused by the bacteria Chlamydia Trachomatis. Most people who are infected have no symptoms in the early stages. It takes a few weeks following the infection for symptoms to occur. Symptoms of Chlamydia Symptoms in women may include
Drug abuse is taking of drugs without a doctor’s prescription. Individuals engage in this practice due to several reasons. First they engage in this practice because of effectiveness of the drugs. At other times it is used as boosters for better performance. Further, drug abuse has many causes. This is caused