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MEAT vs FISH

Red meat consumption reduces in Kenyan

The number of Kenyans consuming red meat has reduced, a study has revealed. The study that was conducted by the Kenya Markets...
scholarships

200 students benefit from GNPC Scholarship

The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has awarded scholarships to 200 Ghanaian students (170 undergraduates and 30 post graduates) to study medicine in Cuban. ...
Revenue Assembly

Birim Central charge revenue collectors to help encourage them to Study

The Internal Auditor of the Birim Central Municipal Assembly, Mr Ohene Kofi Akowuah has implored revenue collectors of the Assembly to establish good working...
Cervical Cancer

New Study Has Developed a Wearable device That Could Capture Cancer cells

American researchers have developed a wearable device that can collect live cancer cells directly from blood in animals, according to a study published on...
Basic Textbooks

Students charged to focus more on their books

An old student of the Tatale Evangelical Presbyterian Senior High School Mrs Georgina Bajo has donated 20 Mathematics books to the school and urged...

Migration Study Centre Gets opportunity to Participate in Global Research Hub

The University of Ghana, led by Professor Joseph Kofi Teye, Director of Centre for Migration Studies (CMS) is taking part in a 20 million...
AfDB

AfDB begins study to link Cameroon, Chad by railway

Officials of African Development Bank (AfDB) said Friday studies were under way to construct a railway to link Cameroon and Chad. "There are three major...
Education

Sending Children to Outside to Study on Meagre Funds is Wrong

The Zimbabwean government has warned parents and guardians against sending their children to study abroad if they do not have sufficient financial resources to...
African Center for Economic Transformation

Poor land use practices fueling forest degradation in Africa

Poor land use practices coupled with governance lapses and climate change are fueling degradation of forest ecosystems in Africa, says a study released in...
newborn

Newborn care cuts life-threatening infections to the barest minimum

Hospitals can now reduce life-threatening infections in newborns by over two thirds and admissions to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) by one third...
The researchers have called for further studies, suggesting that pesticide residue in green tea leaves could play a possible role.PHOTO: ST FILE

Green Tea Intake linked to Type 2 Diabetes

A recent international study found that drinking green tea was associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes in Chinese adults. A total...
Hollywood

Black Directors Made Historic Strides in Hollywood

Black directors see historic gains in 2018 as more Hollywood top-grossing films were directed by black filmmakers than at any time before, said a...

Property Market in the UK Unresponsive

UK property market has been lukewarm this year, with house prices rising 1.02 percent across the country, according to a latest study by property...
Wpid Dna

Study links mutation that disrupts DNA’s electrical signaling to colon cancer

A single missing iron atom in a key DNA repair protein may be the root cause for the development of an aggressive, early-onset form...
The study will try to find early markers for dementia

Study has linked infertility to male depression

A study published Thursday in the journal Fertility and Sterility showed that among couples receiving infertility treatment, depression in the male partner was linked...
refugees n queue

Study says more than 5.5 million people have been displaced by conflict in Africa

More than 5.5 million people have been internally displaced by conflict in sub-Saharan Africa in 2017, a new study released on Wednesday reveals. The report...
Professor Sylvester Galaa, the Acting Principal of the Wa Campus of UDS (middle) and Julie Fournier, Cooperation Attache for French and Sonia Couprie (left).

UDS multimedia centre for French Education Opens

The French Learning Centre (FLC) of Wa campus of the University for Development Studies (UDS) has inaugurated a Multi-Media Centre to improve the teaching...
Cardiovascular Disease

Researchers finally fix retinal function in mice

Researchers from Columbia University have developed a new technique with the powerful gene editing tool CRISPR to restore retinal function in mice afflicted by...

Study to Commence on Copyright Contribution to Ghana’s Economy

The Copyright Office in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property is to begin a study to assess the contribution of the...
malaria

Study Shows that mosquito are attracted by body smells

Children infected with the malaria parasite Plasmodium were found to produce distinctive skin smells making them more attractive to malaria mosquitoes than uninfected children,...
emissions

Vehicle emissions major air pollutant in urban areas of Rwanda

Vehicle emissions are the leading cause of air pollution in Rwanda's capital city Kigali and other urban areas, said a study commissioned by Rwanda...
Satellite monitor

Ghana: study shows enhance television operations

A Satellite Monitor Study in five African countries have revealed that Ghana is the most promising African country that has the highest satellite penetration...
digital television

Study Reveals More Ghanaians Are Buying Flat Screens

A Satellite Monitor Study has revealed that more Ghanaians have switched to the usage of flat screen digital television sets from the old analogue...
Evolution of modern humans

Study Shows Modern Humans Mate With Ancient Hominins Twice Daily

A new gene study published on Thursday in the journal Cell has revealed that modern humans interbred with another species of archaic hominins, the...

Mercury levels above health alert increasing globally

The presence of mercury levels in human body has exceeded the internationally accepted amount, a study released on Wednesday says. Joe DiGangi, a Senior Science...
Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis Spreading More Among Youth

A population-based molecular epidemiological study has revealed that Tuberculosis (TB) is prevalent and fast spreading in the urban areas than in the rural settings. The...

Mosquito Coils Possess Health Hazards To Users – KNUST

The use of mosquito repellent coils could be hazardous – has the potential to cause acute respiratory infections (ARI), a study conducted by the...
doctor

Over 40 percent of Angolan physicians not happy with wages

More than 40 percent of Angolan doctors are unhappy with their wages and working conditions, and a third consider having a "very poor" quality...

Assembly Members Urged to Study MSO for Sittings

Mr Jonathan Azasoo, a Deputy Director of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC), has called on Assembly Members to keep abreast with the...
Xi Jinping

Studying and Writing Xi Jinpings Believes in Democracy Using Typical Chinese Features

Since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the CPC Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping at its core has,...