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The Thrills And Pains Of A Midwife

By Yvette Bom Chia & Shedaline Motoko* “Midwifery is one of the most challenging professions in the world. Working as one brings about joy as well as sadness. You feel happy when you deliver a baby; you are happy to see the smile on the mother’s face. On the other hand, you feel bad to announce the death of ...Full Article

EPILEPSY: Mystic Or Natural?

By Leocadia Bongben In certain areas of Cameroon, epilepsy – a brain disorder involving repeated, spontaneous brain seizure – is believed can be “thrown” mystically on someone. Mirabel Betala, ...Full Article

A Test To Save Children

By Dr. Willis S. Akhwale* Each year, countless numbers of children in Cameroon and across Africa are brought into clinics and hospitals with fevers. These children could be suffering ...Full Article

Why You Should Take Action Against Malaria

By Ernest Sumelong Everywhere in the country now, Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) are being distributed or community relay agents are conducting censuses of households and giving out vouchers. ...Full Article

Mectizan, Albendazole Major Treatment For NTD

By Emilia Nkengmeyi* The combination of Mectizan and Albendazole tablets have been tested and proven as the most effective treatment for Neglected Tropical Diseases, NTDs. This was made known ...Full Article

Over 600,000 Long Lasting Mosquito Nets Allocated To SW

By Primus Beng & Adeline Anyifom* Southwest Public Health Delegate, Dr John Chuwanga, has disclosed that over 600,000 long lasting insecticidal mosquito nets have been allocated for the Region. ...Full Article

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By Leocadia Bongben CameroonPostline.com — Working for seven years with the Noble Prize Winner, Ralph Marvin Steinman, Dr. Godwin Nchinda, who is heading the Immunology laboratory at the Chantal ...Full Article

Buea Haemodialysis, Blood Bank Centres Operational

By Walter Wilson Nana The Buea Haemodialysis, Blood Bank Centres have gone operational. Patients with end-stage kidney disease, hypertension, HIV and those with inadequate quantity of blood, can be ...Full Article

Youth Receive HIV/AIDS Prevention Skills

By Nancy Saahkem* Some 35 young people were, September 9, trained on how to prevent HIV/AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s).  The youth were trained under the auspices ...Full Article

Traditional Medicine Is Culturally Accepted, Socially Sanctioned

By Bless Zoshe* The Chief Executive Officer, CEO, of the Garden of Eden International Healing and Research Foundation, Buea, Dr. Richard Fru, has asserted that traditional medicine is culturally ...Full Article
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