How often should we wash our pyjamas?

It’s the end of a long day and you’re exhausted. Getting into bed is often just a case of pulling on the first comfortable thing you can find.

Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital turned into sand winning site by encroachers

The Ankaful Psychiatric Hospital in Cape Coast has now been turned into a sand winning site, by encroachers on the property of the facility.

Self-lubricating condom 'success'

Scientists say they have found a way to make self-lubricating latex condoms that become slippery on contact.

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Would you eat slaughter-free meat?

There's a looming crisis over the world's growing appetite for meat. Could a chicken running around a farmyard in San Francisco hold the key to a solution?

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Beautiful Beneath, Cancer Support Network walk to kick cancer out

Beautiful Beneath a one stop shop which deals in ladies lingerie and sports apparel in collaboration with the Cancer Support Network Ghana has organized a health walk in the East Legon vicinity during the weekend as part of effort to intensify breast cancer awareness in Ghana.

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U.K to allow prescriptions for medicinal marijuana from Nov. 1

Doctors in Britain will be able to legally prescribe medicinal cannabis from Nov. 1.

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Age boys start puberty 'linked to mothers'

The age at which boys begin puberty is linked to when their mothers started having periods, a study suggests.

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‘I Lost 117 Pounds After I Quit Dieting For Good’

“Counting calories, points, or carbs had only failed me before.”

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Why my bones are crumbling at 27

Lizzie Porter lived with anorexia throughout her teens. Now in her late 20s, she's been discovering that those years of starvation have left a lasting imprint on her body.

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International Day of the Girl Child: Gov’t urged to scrap 20% import tax on sanitary pads

J Initiative is asking the government to remove the 20% import tax on sanitary towels in order to make them available and affordable for all girls regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds.

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Australia sorry for vaginal mesh 'agony'

The Australian government has issued a national apology to women affected by a vaginal mesh scandal, acknowledging decades of "agony and pain".

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Dressing up children too early for school bad for mental health

Acting Director of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital, Dr Adwoa Pinamang, has called for a state-led action to improve mental health among young children.

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