Wednesday, October 10 was celebrated as World Mental Health Day, a day designed to draw attention to the importance of mental health.
A Bong citizen living in the U.S. state of Minnesota has donated an assortment of medical supplies and used clothing for distribution to health posts in Bong.
The director for immunization at the Health Ministry says there are currently 29 reported measles cases in Grand Gedeh, with 7 of those cases confirmed.
The National Eye Health Program has completed free cataract surgeries for 86 persons during a four-day campaign at the J.J. Dossen Memorial Referral Hospital in Harper.
On October 13, three toddlers suffering from congenital heart defects departed Liberia to undergo surgery at the Cuomo Centre for Pediatric Cardiology in Dakar, Senegal.
The Liberia Anti-AIDS Media Network has launched a campaign aimed at reducing social stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS and other sexual minority groups.
Since the Liberia Eye Medical Center was established in 2017 at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, at least ten specialists have performed a range of eye surgeries at the center.
As Liberia celebrates World Mental Health Day on October 10, Dr. Jerry Brown, the acting chief executive officer of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, says health authorities should educate the public on the prevalence of mental illnesses.