Drinking two cups of tea everyday prolongs the health of your heart. Experts in Cardiology Claims

The study does not definitively establish that tea is the cause of the lower early mortality of tea drinkers, because it cannot exclude that this is down to other health factors associated with tea consumption. Tea drinkers who consume more than two cups a day are likely to live longer than those who don’t drink…

H3N2 Influenza: Ghana has no vaccines for treatment – Anabah

The Executive Director of the Africa Centre for Health Policy Research and Analysis, Dr Thomas Anabah has tasked the management of the Ghana Health Service and the Ministry of Health to take steps to procure the vaccines for the treatment of H3N2 influenza in the county. According to him, Ghana currently has no single vaccine…

Cancer disappears in every
patient during experimental
immunotherapy treatment

The cancer went into remission in all the 12 patients and was then said to be undetectable. “This is the first time this has happened in the history of cancer,” one of the lead authors said. Every patient in a small clinical trial saw their cancer disappear after receiving an experimental immunotherapy treatment, according to…

Aging Now Reversible via Medical Approach

Molecular clock reset stops mice from aging. Authors of a report written for The Salk Institute have described in a recent paperpublished 7th of March 2022 in Nature.com how they can slow down the aging of mice. The research from the Salk Institute suggests that they can slow down the aging of mice, but they were also able to do…

Big toe US$40 000, middle toe US$25 000, small toe US$10 000: Drama in Zimbabwe

CAN anyone really sell their toes and make instant cash or we are just being sold a dummy? The sound of it seems a little weird but it’s a subject that is dominating social media sites in this country. Have we really hit rock bottom as a people that we believe we don’t have to sweat…

Monkeypox virus outbreaks are disentangling and containable – WHO says

Monkeypox can be contained in countries outside of Africa where the virus is not usually detected, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. More than 100 cases of the virus – which causes a rash and a fever – have been confirmed in Europe, the Americas and Australia. That number is expected to rise still, but…