|Eastern Cape students jet off to Cuba|
Ten students from disadvantaged communities and of the Eastern Cape were bid farewell on 05 September 2012 in East London. The students were provided bursaries by the Health Department to go and study medicine in Cuba. read more...
|Lap-desks handed over at a TB awareness campaign|
In an effort to fight the scourge of TB in the Alfred Nzo District, the Eastern Cape Health Department in partnership with University Research Council (URC) handed over 500 lap desks to three economically disadvantaged schools in Ncholo village read more...
February is set aside as Reproductive Health Month, the term reproductive health refers to the well-being of men, women and young people as it concerns their productive functions. An important part of reproductive health is making sure that men and women have a safe and enjoyable sexual relationship and can decide freely if, when and how often to have babies. It is equally important that a woman should be able to go through pregnancy and childbirth without danger to herself or to her baby. Reproductive health involves the prevention of unintended pregnancies and diseases spread through sexual intercourse. Women are encouraged to book immediately at the nearest health facility and provide the nurses with concise and correct history.
Q. How early can women start with ante natal care?