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Fast walkers may live longer, study says

Walking has always been a popular exercise to stay fit, but the speed a person walks may help them live longer, a study says. People with body weight ranges that...

Cancer: Breakthrough treatments to target drug resistance

The world's first drugs designed to stop cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment could be available within the next decade, scientists have said. A £75m investment to develop the drugs...

Research website launched

Although Ghana is currently said to be one of the fastest growing economies in the world, the country’s remarkable growth story has not been equally spread as the growth...

Israeli researchers find method to stop cells division

Israeli researchers have found a method to stop the division of cells in the body, which may lead to the prevention of cancerous tumors development, said a report of...

Hormone ‘can reduce some women’s chances of miscarriage’

Giving the hormone progesterone to women who have had a miscarriage and experience early bleeding in pregnancy could improve their chances of having a baby, a study suggests. Birmingham researchers...

Invest in research centers for effective solutions – GHS Director

Director General of the Ghana Health Service, (GHS) Dr. Anthony Nsiah Asare, has reiterated the need to invest in research centres for effective solutions to address challenges confronting the...

Global obesity rising faster in rural areas than cities: new report

Obesity is rising at a faster rate in rural areas than cities, according to a new study of global trends in body-mass index (BMI). From 1985 to 2017, BMI rose...

Getting creative really does boost your mood, survey suggests

Pottery, painting or piano-playing - whatever gets your creative juices flowing will boost your mood, according to new research. Almost 50,000 people took part in the BBC Arts Great British...

Social media effect ‘tiny’ in teenagers, large study finds

The effects of social media use on teenage life satisfaction are limited and probably "tiny", a study of 12,000 UK adolescents suggests. Family, friends and school life all had a...

International Day of the Midwife marked

International Day of the Midwifeis celebrated each year on 5 May. The theme for this years celebration is “Midwives: Defenders of Women's Rights.” Midwives are essential to the provision of quality...

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Apex Court to decide on AWW bye-elections June 19

The Supreme Court of Ghana has slated the June 19, 2018 to give its ruling on the Ayawaso West Wuogon, (AWW) bye-elections. A citizen, Bismark...

California Man Arrested for Illegal Arms Deal to Nigeria

A California man has been arrested for illegally brokering the sale of military-grade weapons to the Nigerian government. Ara Dolarian, 58, was arrested last week...

Radio Gold, XYZ staff and others demonstrate over closure of radio stations

Some Civil Society Groups including staff of Radio XYZ and Radio Gold have demonstrated in Accra demanding the NCA to open Radio XYZ and...