List/Grid Monthly Archives: December 2010

Milking the benefit from camels

Milking the benefit from camels

Adapted From: The Standard By JOE OMBUOR Milk is not uniform. It is diverse in its density, nutritional content and vital ingredients, depending on source. Cow’s milk, for instance, differs… Read more »

Snoring: What to do when a punch in the shoulder fails

Snoring: What to do when a punch in the shoulder fails

Adapted from the Daily Nation Posted Monday, December 20 2010 at 17:10 Dr Elizabeth Walton, a 43-year-old internist in Atlanta and the mother of twin 4-year-old boys, has a common,… Read more »

Green gifts for the season

Green gifts for the season

Adapted from The Daily Nation By NJERI KIHANG’AH ekihnagah@ke.nationmedia.com Posted Wednesday, December 22 2010 at 15:17 It is better to give than to receive, right? Then how about giving green… Read more »

Warning! Your teen could be on Viagra

Warning! Your teen could be on Viagra

Adapted From The Daily Nation Posted Tuesday, December 21 2010 at 16:59 Reproductive health experts as well as chemists say the youth — some as young as 16 — are… Read more »

Mombasa Mayor rallies fight against drugs

Mombasa Mayor rallies fight against drugs

Adapted from: www.nation.co.ke Mombasa Mayor Ahmed Mohdhar is turning to the clergy to help in the fight against drug abuse. The Mayor is asking the clergy to step up their… Read more »

Kibaki, Lucy, forego Xmas parties

Kibaki, Lucy, forego Xmas parties

Adapted from: Capital FM NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 22 – Their Excellencies the President and the First Lady would like to announce that there will be no parties this festive season… Read more »

Saitoti names suspected drug barons

Saitoti names suspected drug barons

Adapted from: Capital FM BY LABAN WANAMBISI NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 22 – Internal Security Minister George Saitoti has named members of Parliament who are suspected of involvement in drug trafficking…. Read more »

The alcohol bill makes me a proud Kenyan

The alcohol bill makes me a proud Kenyan

Posted Friday, December 17 2010 at 16:35 It is good for this country to regulate drinking of alcohol. In other countries that are developed the rules have been in place… Read more »

AA Kenya unveils plan to educate children on road safety

AA Kenya unveils plan to educate children on road safety

Adapted from: The Standard Published on 19/12/2010 By Luke Anami Automobile Association of Kenya (AA Kenya) has introduced a programme that will train children in schools on road safety. Under… Read more »

Male partner involvement in PMTCT reduces HIV transmission risk

Male partner involvement in PMTCT reduces HIV transmission risk

Adapted from Aidsmap Carole Leach-Lemens Published: 16 December 2010 Male partner involvement in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services reduced the risks of vertical transmission and infant mortality by… Read more »

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