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Therefore, we cannot allow a few conspirators amongst our population to destroy the contribution some amongst our citizenry have made towards putting a cap on the world’s malaria death toll, through well-crafted scientific research.

Ghana is losing its rainforest faster than any other country in the world

The late Alvin Toffler American writer and futurist is noted to have stated, “the illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” No time have I found this quote more poignant than in the last few days when I have experienced the height of intellectual and scientific blasphemy that any society may care to inflict on themselves.

We cannot continue to lose valuable human resources to the scourge of mental health and be taken seriously as a country interested in transformational development

Speak Up, Be Candid; We All Can Be Patients Too. Image credit - CU Independent

Adam Grant in Originals argues, “overall, the evidence suggests that liking continues to increase as people are exposed to an idea between ten and twenty times, with additional exposure still useful for more complex ideas.”

When the Ghana Government plays “pilolo” with us.

The Necessary Evil of Engaging the Health Establishment

In George Bernard Shaw’s view, “the reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”

Many seem to confuse healthcare cost with the amount of money they need to pay out when they have an episode of ill-health and fail to have an idea of what the true cost of ill health is.

Winning the War Against Illicit Health Practitioners

“In order to get a holistic explanation, anthropology often has to upend common sense and question what gets taken for granted. Anthropology prompts us to reconsider not only what we think we know – what it means to be affluent, why blood matters, what constitutes reason – but also the terms by which we know it.” -Matthew Engelke

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