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  • Better HIV Treatment Increases Syphilis Rates
    Drug treatments designed to suppress HIV could be driving up rates of syphilis, a new study has warned. Although, efforts to reduce HIV have prompted the introduction of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) which can control viral load &nda[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Jan/2017
  • College of Nursing and Midwifery Gombe State Midwifery Admission Forms On Sale
    College of Nursing and Midwifery Gombe State form is on currently on sale to all interested applicants   Form on Sale Basic Midwifery Forms   Entry Requirement:  WASSCE/NECO (O'Level) with credit in five (5) subjects[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Jan/2017
  • Controversial New Blood Pressure Guidelines Aren't One-Size-Fits-All
    New guidelines tackle a question many older adults on blood pressure medication face: How low should you go? But finding the right blood pressure might not be so straightforward.   The latest guidelines, released yesterday by two physician[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Jan/2017
  • Ethics in Nursing: How Strong is Your Moral Courage?
    It wouldn’t be wrong if we would say that nurses are a major element in keeping the healthcare foundation strong and functioning. Even in the absence of a doctor they continuously monitor their patient’s health and at times of emergenci[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Jan/2017
  • One Year After West Africa Was Declared ‘Ebola-Free’, The Crisis Is Far From Over
    “One year after Ebola, life, light and hope have returned to some of the worst-hit communities in Sierra Leone,” said George Quaker, a social worker for NGO Street Child, “but many - especially the worst-impacted Ebola orphans - a[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Jan/2017
  • Nursing Students Welcome Restoration of Allowances In Ghana
    Leaders of the two major trainee associations, [Teacher and Nursing] have both hailed the new government for fulfilling its pledge of restoring their allowances.   The Spokesperson for the Ghana Nurses and Midwives Training Association, Go[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Jan/2017
  • ICM Appoints Dr. Sally Pairman as New Chief Executive
    The International Confederation of Midwives announces the appointment of Dr. Sally Pairman as its new Chief Executive effective 16th January 2017. She succeeds Frances Ganges, who was the Chief Executive for 3 ½ years.   Dr. Sally P[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Jan/2017
  • New Report Offers Global Resource on Using the Law to Improve Health
    Soda tax in Mexico. Salt limits in South Africa. Plain tobacco packaging in Australia. National health insurance in Ghana. Mandatory motorcycle helmets in Vietnam. Health care in the United States of America.   They're just some of the[...]
    Date Posted: 17/Jan/2017
 
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