TODAY, massive and incredible advances in technology have greatly impacted on all areas of our lives – medicine, agriculture, housing, transportation, education and communication. As technology evolves the different ways of communication like mobile phone, email and social media have become an integral part of our relationships.
IF a lump is detected by mammogram or by clinical examination, it has to be confirmed to be either a benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous) mass. This is done by taking a piece of it to investigate further.
FOUR years ago, I got the opportunity to intern with one of the reputable investment banks in Ghana. As an individual who wasn’t from a very well-to-do home, I had grown up struggling with an inferiority complex. This internship was my first shot at work, and the work environment was very challenging for me because of the kind of colleagues I met.
SO, CNN has just released their '12 of the best things to see and do in Ghana,' and its fascinating to see that nearly half of the items on their list this time are immersions in the north. Yes! It's time to do the northern part of Ghana.
ONE powerful way to boost your relationship is to show mercy, the act of forgiving your lover and not treating him or her severely when you have good reason and authority to punish him or her in return. The Greek word, eleemon means to ‘have pity’ or ‘to be merciful’.
YES…there’s a day dedicated to honouring food! We’re indeed in uncertain times. Nonetheless, the COVID-19 global health crisis has allowed us to truly reflect on and rekindle our appreciation for things we would have normally taken for granted – hugging friends and family, freedom to move about, being in gatherings, and even food.
JUST as some folks would invest in climbing Mount Everest so would others take it to another level. Two siblings, Anna and Cameron McLean set themselves the challenge of taking part in what’s known as “the world’s toughest row”.
The Management of the La Villa Boutique Hotel has relaunched the Soprano Restaurant with a call on Ghanaians to aid the recovery of the local hospitality industry from the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) through patronage.
People find love anytime; morning afternoon and evening. It may come anyhow through greetings, arguments and play. It may come anywhere including churches, lecture rooms, supermarkets, gyms, parties and conferences.