The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram constituency, Mr Sam George, has called on the government to implement the United Nations (UN) conventions on the statelessness of refugees in the country.
If you are about to sneeze -- even if you are in a quiet place -- doctors would advise you to let it rip. A 34-year-old unnamed man in Britain learned that lesson the hard way and had to spend two weeks in the hospital due to his resulting injury.
The year 2017 came along with quite a number of lessons; some good, others not too good. Despite losing a few battles, the victory of being alive is absolutely one that can never be overlooked. Each day comes with its own headaches. However, the greatest battle is to keep staying alive. If you have life to read this, congratulate yourself!
One sign of growth is to learn and more particularly… to unlearn. As we grow, the experiences we are exposed to make us rearrange our philosophies. In 2017, I unlearnt some lessons and relearnt others.
Nestlé Nutrition Line (NNL), a public service radio programme by Nestlé Ghana aiming to educate Ghanaian consumers on good Nutrition, has been awarded for “Best Content” at the 6th National Public Relations and Communications Awards by the Institute of Public Relations (IPR), Ghana.
If you arrive back at work after a Christmas break and want to make a career change in the New Year, you won’t be alone. Spending time with friends and family often crystalises workers’ determination to look for a new gig. And the first week of the year is when many people find themselves making good on their resolutions. But is there a perfect time to look?
If you're a guy with an older brother, there's an increased chance you're gay.
Scientists have noticed this pattern in previous research, but now they think they have a biological explanation as to why, and it starts long before birth. The results were published in the journal PNAS on Monday.
The researchers say that if their findings can be replicated, we may know at least one of the biological reasons some men are gay.
It’s the eternal quest: how do you increase the size, strength and stamina of your erections? There are endless treatments, ointments and devices claiming to pump up your volume, but precious few solutions hold any water.
The reality is that we're blessed (or possibly cursed) with whatever God gave us. But if you follow the realistic tips, you can maximise your erection on all fronts. These tips could come in handy when you know in advance that you're going to have sex, as you'll be well-informed and prepared. You can make your penis go the distance instead of being a "one and done" guy.
For Jawad Rezavi, 26, smoking shisha is the perfect way to unwind in an evening. "After a long day, I'll go to a shisha lounge. It relaxes me. In the same way that some people will enjoy a glass of red wine or need a cigarette to keep going while they're working, I like to enjoy my shisha. If I don't do it, it feels like I'm missing something."
Shisha, the origins of which are disputed (some say India, others Persia or Turkey) is a glass-bottomed water pipe in which fruit-flavoured tobacco is covered with foil and roasted with charcoal. The tobacco smoke passes through a water chamber and is inhaled deeply and slowly; the fruit-flavoured tobacco tastes smooth and smells sweet, enthusiasts say, making it an enjoyable and unrushed experience.
A: This is a tough question to answer because the topic has not been well-studied. Two studies of male and female identical twins did find a link between wearing hats and increased hair loss for the men, but not the women. In another study, wearing hard hats or military head wear had no effect on hair loss.