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Thursday, January 18, 2018
Spotting a narcissist in the early stages of dating isn’t as easy as you’d think, which is why so many people end up in relationships with them. Narcissism exists on a spectrum; it’s possible to have some characteristics of narcissism without having full-blown, clinically diagnosed narcissistic personality disorder. There are some...
It might be 2018 but women are still told that it’s ‘unbecoming’ of a lady to swear. Preferences are preferences when it comes to dating and it’s understandable if you prefer a partner who doesn’t have a foul mouth. But it’s disturbing when women especially are told that swearing is...
Your next trip to the dentist could be even more awkward than usual — but it’s for a very good reason. Experts are calling on dentists to discuss oral sex with their patients, highlighting the risk of mouth and throat cancers related to the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is...
Edible insects are often portrayed as something of a sustainable superfood - an environmentally friendly alternative to livestock. But who is already eating them and do they actually taste any good? Two men cloaked in tarpaulin and tied to one another by a thick rope are engulfed in a swarm...
The Ghana Health Service (GHS), in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service (GES), has begun a nationwide medical screening for students in the Senior High Schools (SHSs). First-year students enrolled under the Free SHS policy have started undergoing medical examinations and their medical records would be kept and allocated to...
  The new year is an opportunity to let go of the negative people in your life who are holding you back and weighing you down. Whether they’re coworkers, friends or family members, setting boundaries with these toxic people ― or removing them from your life entirely ― can be difficult,...
Prostate cancer is the third most common form of cancer in the U.S., with more than 160,000 men diagnosed with it each year, according to the National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program (SEER). The good news is, as far as cancers go, it’s pretty curable: More than 98...
The Kumasi office of the Multimedia Group Limited has organised a medical screening for about 100 of its staff. A new year, a new bill of health was the agenda for management and so it was as staff spent  the day moving from table to table to undergo series of...
Public health experts are pushing for more government funding in the management of HIV/AIDS following a new report prevalence rate increased by 80 percent last year. According to the Ghana Aids Commission, the infection rate of the deadly disease has been on a steady decline in the last few years...
How can you tell if your relationship or marriage is experiencing more than just a rough patch? We talked to relationship expert and author Dr. Jane Greer to find out. According to her, there's a telling sign that you and your partner's problems are beyond repair. "If one person is insistent...