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We undertake free periodic health screening exercises in various institutions as part of our corporate social responsibility
Welcome to St John's Hospital & Fertility Centre
July 28, 2017
St John's Hospital Staffs Training on Prevention and Maintenance of fireread more »
July 19, 2017
Kids Haven Montessori School Career Day at St. John's Hospital and Fertility Centreread more »
June 06, 2017
The St John's Hospital & Fertility Centre undergone a First Aid Training for...read more »
June 27, 2017
4D Ultrasound Scan available now at St John's Hospital and Fertility Centreread more »
October 08, 2014
The staff durbar started at 3:40pm. It was held at the waiting area in front of the pharmacy department. The Matron said the opening prayer. The General Manager welcomed all staff to the durbar....read more »
April 30, 2014
The staff durbar started at 4: 00pm. It was held at the waiting area in front of the pharmacy department. Mrs. Melaney Amuri (the Matron) said the opening prayer. Mr. Antwi (The General Manager)...read more »
April 02, 2014
The training programme was held on 2nd April and 16th April, 2014. It was led by Dr. Divine Mawuli Akwensivie, a lecturer at the Methodist University College and a marketing analyst for the...read more »
February 15, 2014
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November 30, 2013
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September 16, 2013
The St John's Hospital & Fertility Centre undergone a health screening exercise for the staff of Metro Mass Transit Limited on 16th September, 2013. This exercise was...read more »
Health & Fitness Tips
The Surprising Truth About Salt
Sodium (a component of salt) is not bad in itself. You do need to consume some for nerve and muscle functioning, but too much can harm your heart. Salt makes you retain water - and that extra fluid can boost your blood pressure, driving up your risk of heart disease and stroke.
Identify sneaky sources
Keeping an eye on how much salt you sprinkle on your food is a good start (salt is about 40% sodium). However, a whopping 77% of sodium comes from packaged foods—and the number-one sodium source is bread. Even though bread only racks up about 150 mg a slice, People eat so much that it adds up quickly. Other top offenders include canned soups, frozen dinners and deli meats. Sodium also hangs out in seemingly healthy items like sports drinks and cheese.
Since you can't always see (or taste) the sodium in processed foods, reading labels is a must. Make sure that foods contain no more than 500 mg per serving and compare brands to look for low or no-sodium versions of canned vegetables, beans and cheese. Buying fresh produce can help: The less processed a food is, the less likely it is to be swimming in sodium.
Too much sodium may also weaken your bones. A recent study found that postmenopausal women who had the most sodium in their diets were four times as likely to experience bone fractures as those who ate the least.