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Climate Change Impacts Buea Malaria Trend

In the Southwest Region of Cameroon, malaria has recorded about 40 percent deaths and more than 593 people have been treated in the last two months, practically straining the capacity of hospitals and clinics in the area.  Statistics from the Buea Regional Hospital show that the number of people diagnosed with malaria between the months of May and July ...Full Article

National Examination For Medicine Students To Be Launched

The Minister of Higher Education, Prof. Jacques Fame Ndongo, has said six years from now, a national entrance examination will be written by medicine students to enable them get ...Full Article

Cameroonians Receive More Free Health

By Yerima Kini Nsom & Forchu Clerance Nkwonganyi   The Hope Solidarity, HSE recently organised a free health outreach in Babessi in the Ngoketunjia Division of the Northwest Region, ...Full Article

Media Practitioners Gain Skills On AIDS Reporting

By Walter Wilson Nana The Cameroon Baptist Convention, CBC, Health Services, recently drilled media practitioners in reporting HIV/AIDS, given that part of the fight against the pandemic is the ...Full Article

Kids Behave Better When Given Food To Chew Rather Than Bite

Are your children out of control? Maybe take a look at what kind of chicken you’re feeding them. Why? Because kids eating chicken on the bone are twice as ...Full Article

Orange Cameroun, Health Ministry Launch Mobile Service For Health

The mobile telecommunications network company, Orange Cameroun and the Ministry of Public Health have launched a hotline mobile service for health issues called My Healthline.  The service was launched ...Full Article

Co-joined Twins Separated At Buea Community Reference Hospital

By Isidore Abah A set of conjoined twins have been separated at the International Community Reference Hospital Buea, Southwest Region. Dr. Martin Mokake carried out the operation on Siamese ...Full Article

Northwest Administration Decries Sacking Of HIV/AIDS Infected Workers

By Chris Mbunwe   The Secretary General at the Northwest Governor’s Office, Absalom Monono Woloa, has expressed disappointment with employers who dismiss their workers who are living with the ...Full Article

A United Front To Combat Malaria

Dr. Ana Margarida Setas-Ferreira    Growing up in Angola, I witnessed the cruel and devastating impact of malaria, as well as experienced this horrific disease firsthand. Later, as a mother, ...Full Article

Malaria Still Kills 2000 People In Cameroon Yearly

By Marie Solange Moki — Statics from the Ministry of Public Health indicates that malaria still kills more than 2000 Cameroonians yearly. In every four hours, a child’s ...Full Article
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