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February 7, 2018 Michael Bremfi

The World Health Organization recognizes two criteria for assessing the safety of herbal medicine. First is long period of traditional use of the herbal medicine without documented or reported adverse effect or harm, and second […]

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A day in the life of RESEARCH ASSISTANT

February 4, 2018 Editor

Name: Anani Atsu Prince Qualification: BSc, Biomedical Engineering Secondary School attended: Keta Senior High Technical School Tertiary Institution attended: University of Ghana     I got into my job as a research assistant by applying to an […]

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A day in the life of a PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR

January 29, 2018 Editor

Name: Francis Prince Ankrah Qualification: LL.B; MPhil (Geography); EMPA; BA(hons) [Geography with English] Secondary school/s attended: St. Peter’s Secondary School – Nkwatia; St. Augustine’s College – Cape Coast Tertiary institution/s attended: University of Ghana; IDL-Kwame […]

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A day in the life of A RESIDENT IN PSYCHIATRY

January 22, 2018 Editor

Name: Alberta Nsiah Asamoah Qualification: Medical Doctor/ Resident in psychiatry Secondary School/s attended: St. Rose’s senior high school Tertiary Institution/s attended: School of Medical Sciences, K.N.U.S.T   I got in to my job by first […]


Busting Myths in Herbal Medicine

January 2, 2018 Michael Bremfi

I have been asked intriguing questions in herbal medicine on several occasions, across different platforms by people from diverse cultures, professions and backgrounds. From my interactions I have come to know that certain questions are […]

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