5 questions you should ask a wedding photographer before you book them

Any newlywed couple will tell you that the most important thing at your wedding, besides your choice of spouse, of course, is the photographer.  But choosing one that vibes with your style and delivers on the goods can be tough — there are just so many amazing photogs. So we reached out to wedding photographer Alisha Siegel to get the […]

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WHO includes ‘gaming disorder’ on list of mental health conditions

The World Health Organization has included “gaming disorder” on its list of mental health conditions for the latest draft of its 11th International Classification of Diseases. It is filed under “disorders due to addictive behaviours,” and is characterized by “increasing priority given to gaming to the extent that gaming takes precedence over other life interests […]

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This is when men will marry sex robots says author in shock claim

Recent developments in artificial intelligence mean men will not have to wait very long to bring home a “robot wife”, said David Levy. The top robotics expert claims people will legally be able to marry their robotic lovers by 2050, in his book Love and Sex with Robots. The synopsis reads: “The book [is] about […]

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Health ministry vs UG battle over medical center ownership needless – Baako

Veteran journalist Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako has described as “needless distraction” the ongoing battle over the ownership of the University of Ghana Medical Centre. The New Crusading Guide newspaper Editor-in-Chief has asked the government to redirect its energies into dealing with more “challenging issues” in the country instead of the struggle. The $217million University of Ghana […]

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‘Lash us if we mismanage KATH Mother & Baby Unit’ – Health Minister

Health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang Manu, has promised to ensure that a newly built KATH Mother & Baby Unit does not suffer the fate of Ghana’s poor maintenance culture. “If we are not able to make very good use of [this], I think we will come to you with canes for you to lash us,” the Minister said […]

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Surviving cancer in a country with no radiotherapy machine

Monica Kyotazala has lived with a life-threatening disease for 12 years. In 2006, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, and her body shows the physical ravages of the condition. Painfully thin and with a faltering voice, she explains how she went without adequate medical treatment for close to two years, after Uganda’s only radiotherapy machine […]

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New KATH Mother and Baby Unit named after Otumfuor’s late mother

The newly constructed Mother and Baby Unit of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital has been named after the late mother of Otumfuor Osei Tutu II. Health Minister, Kweku Agyeman Manu disclosed this at the commissioning ceremony of the facility in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi on Friday, January 19, 2018. He said following deliberations between […]

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