Monday, June 17, 2024

University Of The Gambia Medical Students Association Health Myths/Benefits

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010Jb University Of The Gambia Medical Students Association Health Myths/Benefits As the use of microwaves becomes more rampant, not all utensils are safe and approved for this purpose. In...

Coffee may lower risk of death, improves golf performance

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By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu The writer   Coffee I also notice coffee is revered in the Gambia. From careful observation, it appears coffee is next to attaya consumption in...

007Jb University of The Gambia Medical Students Association Health myths/benefits

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Fasting is a practice that dates back centuries and plays a central role in many cultures and religions. As a practice fasting has been associated with a...

Uniting Against Drug Abuse: A Call to Action for a Resilient Gambia

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By: Amadou Bah In recent years, the Gambia has been facing a growing crisis that threatens the very structure of its society: drug abuse. This deceptive problem, once...

TFN Exclusive: Life and Labor: Navigating Fatal Challenges and Celebrating Successes at Kanifing General...

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By: Dawda Baldeh Delving deeply into the challenges and success stories of Kanifing General Hospital, the second-largest and busiest hospital in the Greater Banjul Area, The Fatu Network...

Janjangbureh Market Vendors Concerned About Unhygienic Conditions

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By: Dawda Baldeh Vendors at Janjangbureh Market have raised concerns about the unhygienic conditions of the market and called on the authorities to intervene. In an exclusive interview with...

Maternal Care: FaBB Foundation and Qatar Charity’s Transformative Partnership at Essau District Hospital

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Under the dynamic leadership of Her Excellency, the First Lady of the Republic of The Gambia, Madam Fatoumatta Bah Barrow, the FaBB Foundation partnered with Qatar Charity...

University of The Gambia Medical Students Association: Health Myths & Benefits

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October is declared Breast Cancer Awareness month throughout the world, hence the name Pink October. Being the most common cancer by incidence globally, it calls for such attention. According...

Cabbage Juice Heals Ulcers

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  By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu In my naturopathic clinical settings, I have seen how drinking 1.5 litres cabbage juice for three weeks completely healed people with serious...

Mother Pleads for urgent support as 1-year-old daughter diagnosed with heart failure

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By: Dawda Baldeh Abbie Saidy, 33, and mother of a 1-year-old baby girl who is diagnosed with heart failure, is seeking urgent support to facilitate the treatment of...

 Prof. Nyarkotey: Dates; natural oxytocin in Childbirth

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By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu  Prof. Nyarkotey: Dates; natural oxytocin in Childbirth Dates (Phoenix dactylifera) are the sweetest fruits native to Iraq.  Studies have found numerous impacts of...

001Jb_University of the Gambia Medical Students Association (Unigamsa)_© Health Benefits

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One of the most popular fruits in the market right now is Watermelon. Watermelon is an incredibly hydrating fruit as it contains 92% water, enriched with a lot...

Tanka Tanka Reveals Illegal Drugs Account for 60% of Its Admission Cases

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By: Ismaila Bah The only psychiatric hospital in The Gambia for mentally challenged individuals, commonly known as 'Tanka Tanka,' revealed that 60% of its admission cases are drug-induced...

University of the Gambia Medical Students Association: Health myths/benefits

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Are you Pregnant and experiencing things like: Tiredness Weakness Shortness of breath Headache or light-headedness Or even craving/chewing ice, sand etc🤔? If yes, you are most likely suffering from anaemia in pregnancy. What...

University of The Gambia Medical Students Association: Health Myths/Benefits

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Are you someone that visits the toilet and passes stools less frequently than is normal for you or strain hard to pass stools? This is a health...

Update on AKI Trial: Government Negotiating Compensation for Victims’ Families

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By: Seringe ST Touray It can be recalled that in 2022, around seventy children under the age of five succumbed to kidney failure after consuming contaminated medicines, sparking...

Concerns Over Expired Food and Beverages Sold in Events, Shops, and Supermarkets

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By: Seringe ST Touray Gambians express concerns over reported cases of expired drinks circulating in the country, raising worries about the import of expired food items without proper...

GDC’s Lamin Bojang Expresses Concern Over Recent Waste Dumping at Tambana

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By: Sainabou Gassama Lamin Kb Bojang, the National Treasurer of the Gambia Democratic Party (GDC), has voiced deep concern over the recent waste dumping incident involving the Kanifing...

Sierra Leone’s President Bio Inaugurates State-of-the-Art Lumley Children’s Hospital

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By Michaella Faith Wright In a landmark event for Sierra Leone's healthcare sector, President Dr. Julius Maada Bio, accompanied by First Lady Dr. Fatima Maada Bio, inaugurated the...

Opinion Piece on the FGM Debate in The Gambia Part 1: From Immunization Success...

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Sharing why anti-FGM/C advocates like myself maintains the position that FGM/C remains un-Islamic in light of the current events, all of which failed to bring a single...