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Celebrating women in the Ghanaian telecom and ICT space

Posted On: 2017-03-09

This International Women’s Day I want to celebrate the New faces of telecommunications’ players in Ghana – they are SMART, they are experiencing, and they are fierce. Above all, they are women making waves in this traditionally male-dominated sector.

A couple weeks ago, I had the honor of attending a historic event organised by the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications to welcome the new Minister for Communications and the new Director-General of the National Continue Reading »

Put premium on food safety Dietician

Posted On: 2017-03-07

Ghanaians have been advised to put premium on food safety by going the extra mile to make sure that the food they eat is free from any bacterial infection.

Mr. David Asah-Kissiedu, Deputy Chief Dietician, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), expressed deep worry about the situation where many overlook proper hygiene at the various stages of food preparation.

He warned that, ignorance in this regard was dangerous and could result in food poisoning.

The Continue Reading »

Vitamin D pills could stop colds or flu

Posted On: 2017-02-18

Vitamin D supplements could spare more than three million people from colds or flu in the UK each year, researchers claim.

The sunshine vitamin is vital for healthy bones, but also has a role in the immune system.

The analysis, published in the British Medical Journal, argues food should be fortified with the vitamin.

But Public Health England (PHE) says the infections data is not conclusive, although it does recommend supplements.

These, it Continue Reading »

The Growing Threat of Email Scams to your Business Article

Posted On: 2017-02-09


Today’s digital frontier can be very much likened to the old days of the Wild West.

In this present era identified by the ubiquitous nature of the Internet, cybercriminals are calling the shots; blazing new trails of increasing sophistication in cybercrime and profiting unscrupulously off the backs of unsuspecting victims who rarely know what hit them until it is too late.

These cybercriminals are constantly pushing the boundaries of Continue Reading »

Brain activity key in stress link to heart disease

Posted On: 2017-01-12

The effect of constant stress on a deep-lying region of the brain explains the increased risk of heart attack, a study in The Lancet suggests.

In a study of 300 people, those with higher activity in the amygdala were more likely to develop cardiovascular disease – and sooner than others.

Stress could be as important a risk factor as smoking and high blood pressure, the US researchers said.

Heart experts said at-risk patients should be helped to Continue Reading »

How I created business out of my passion for Interior Decoration

Posted On: 2017-01-02

Senanu Arkutu is the founder and CEO of DAAR Living, an interior styling firm that is diversely African, layered and interwoven, antique and contemporary, with European and Arab influences.

While pursuing a career in Reproductive Health and International Development, she realised she had a flair for interior design after decorating her own home. Spurred by the compliments she received, she gave up her day job and opened DAAR Living in 2013.

Senanu is also the Continue Reading »

American Women Have the Biggest Natural Boobs Africans Got the Smallest

Posted On: 2016-12-24

AMERICAN women have the biggest natural boobs in the WORLD, a study has found.

But it’s not bad news for us Brits – as researchers ranked the UK in the top five for big breasts.

Scientists have measured the assets of nearly 400,000 women born in 108 different countries aged between 28 and 30 – excluding those who had had surgery, were pregnant, breastfeeding, or had been pregnant in the past year.

They used measuring tape and, in some Continue Reading »

Exercise boosts mens sperm count

Posted On: 2016-12-12

Doing at least half an hour of exercise three times a week may boost men’s sperm count, say scientists.

Men who took up running and stuck with it had more “healthy swimmers”, according to the research in the journal Reproduction.

The boost was only temporary, and began to wane within a month if the men stopped their treadmill training.

Experts say it is important to strike the right balance because too much exercise can harm sperm Continue Reading »

Ghana US Senator Cardin Statement Ahead of Ghanaian Elections

Posted On: 2016-12-06

Washington, DC — U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, released the following statement Monday ahead of Ghana’s national election on December 7th:

“Ghana has made enormous strides on its path to democracy since the country’s return to civilian rule.  It has served as a model in West Africa, on the continent and around the world for Continue Reading »

Black women urged to be breast aware

Posted On: 2016-11-16

Black women in England are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer as white women, according to a new analysis by Cancer Research UK and Public Health England.

Late-stage disease is found in about 25% of black African and 22% of black Caribbean breast cancer patients.

In white breast cancer patients, the figure is 13%.

Experts say there are many reasons for this. Vital ones to change are low awareness of symptoms and Continue Reading »

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