Doctor

Actions to be taken against soldier in doctor’s attack

Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Registrar, Dr. Dean Wahembari, was at a colleague’s house at North Waigani to pick up his son when he was allegedly attacked by a group of off-duty, drunken soldiers.

In his statement to the Waigani police, Dr Wahembari said he and his wife had arrived at the gate of his colleague’s house at around 6.30pm on Saturday, May 19th, when they heard noises from the neighbouring house.

Five minutes later he found himself surrounded by more than 5 men, who all started assaulting him.

No doctor at Bomana prison

Bomana Jail Commander Haraha Kiddy Keko made this known recently.

The Bomana rehabilitation centre does not have a doctor at its medical facility and Commander Keko admitted the issue of not having a doctor at the prison to attend to inmates is beyond his control.

“Our director health services need to look at it at the headquarters level so they can organise that.

Headaches, what's causing them?

A headache is one of the most common health-related conditions globally and it is likely all of us will experience a headache in their lifetime. People of any age can be affected, but people between the ages of 25 and 44 years are more likely to report having a headache.

Most headaches have more than one contributing factor. Some of the more common triggers for a headache are lifestyle-related, such as poor diet, stress, muscle tension, and lack of physical activity and pain can range from mild to severe.