List/Grid Monthly Archives: December 2014

In South Africa, HIV-Positive Mothers Help Others Fight AIDS

In South Africa, HIV-Positive Mothers Help Others Fight AIDS

Source:  The Wall Street Journal By HANNAH BLOCH Dec. 26, 2014 3:15 p.m. ET Mitchell Besser, a Harvard-educated obstetrician and gynecologist with decades of experience, learned an uncomfortable truth about… Read more »

Bras do not cause breast cancer: study

Bras do not cause breast cancer: study

Source: thestar.com They may be uncomfortable, pinch your skin and leave red marks. But no, bras do not cause breast cancer. A study of 1,500 postmenopausal women, recently published in… Read more »

GE Clinical Applications Specialists (Healthcare) Jobs in Kenya

GE Clinical Applications Specialists (Healthcare) Jobs in Kenya

GE (NYSE: GE) works on things that matter. The best people and the best technologies taking on the toughest challenges. Finding solutions in energy, health and home, transportation and finance…. Read more »

Radiation Therapy Technologist,

Radiation Therapy Technologist,

Aga Khan University Hospital: Applications are invited from appropriately qualified candidates for the position of Radiation Therapy Technologist, in the Radiation Therapy Department, Radiation Oncology Division. You are encouraged to… Read more »

Deppression

Deppression

http://www.upworthy.com/a-mother-doesnt-understand-why-her-daughters-depressed-her-daughter-clears-that-up-for-her?c=upw1 Misconception #1: Depression is triggered by a single event or series of traumatic events. Most people think depression is triggered by a traumatic event: a loved one dying, a… Read more »

Burden of disease in adults admitted to hospital in a rural region of coastal Kenya: an analysis of data from linked clinical and demographic surveillance systems

Burden of disease in adults admitted to hospital in a rural region of coastal Kenya: an analysis of data from linked clinical and demographic surveillance systems

Anthony O Etyang, Kenneth Munge, Erick W Bunyasi, Lena Matata, Carolyne Ndila, Sailoki Kapesa, Maureen Owiti, Iqbal Khandwalla, Andrew J Brent, Benjamin Tsofa, Pamela Kabibu, Susan Morpeth, Evasius Bauni, Mark… Read more »

Nurses in New Strike Threat Over Allowances

Nurses in New Strike Threat Over Allowances

Date: 15th December 2014 By Olive Burrows Nairobi — Nurses have threatened to strike should the Salaries and Remuneration Commission reduce the number of allowances public servants enjoy. The Kenya… Read more »

App offers better way to present patients with information in a global health care setting

App offers better way to present patients with information in a global health care setting

Dec. 15, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE INDIANAPOLIS — A media arts and science team at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has developed a mobile medical media application offering a more effective… Read more »

High Diarrhoea Cases in Mombasa – Ministry

High Diarrhoea Cases in Mombasa – Ministry

Source: The Star Date: 15th December 2014 By Brian Otieno Pneumonia, diarrhoea and HIV-Aids are the leading causes of deaths in Mombasa, according to a situational analysis by the Health… Read more »

Achieving an HIV/AIDS-free generation

Achieving an HIV/AIDS-free generation

Source: The Sun Daily DECEMBER 15, 2014 BY RASAK MUSBAU In 1988, the World Health Or­ganization (WHO) instituted December 1 every year as World AIDS Day. The objec­tive is to… Read more »

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