List/Grid Monthly Archives: July 2015

Medical Officer

Medical Officer

A 50 bed capacity Hospital located in Nanyuki is looking for a Medical Officer.   Job Requirements MB Ch B At least 2 years experience post internship Experience in trauma… Read more »

Laboratory Technologist

Laboratory Technologist

Kehancha mother and child hospital is seeking to recruit the following positions:-   Laboratory Technologist / Technician   The ideal candidate should have:   Good morals & disciplined. Must be… Read more »

Health assessment for school children launched in eight counties

Health assessment for school children launched in eight counties

BY Jeckonia Otieno Updated Monday, July 6th 2015 at 11:41 GMT +3 Over 25,000 school-going children are set to benefit from a health assessment to be conducted in eight counties… Read more »

Novartis reaffirms its commitment to improving community health in Kenya

Novartis reaffirms its commitment to improving community health in Kenya

Twenty seven selected students and community youth leaders from six prominent universities and colleges across Kenya recently graduated from a three-month internship thanks to a CHER program by the Novartis…. Read more »

Kenya: Rich, Malnourished – the New Fate of Kenyan Elite

Kenya: Rich, Malnourished – the New Fate of Kenyan Elite

6 July 2015 By Valerie Koga When I first saw South African journalist’s 1993 photo of a vulture that was stalking a hungry child in Sudan during a drought, I… Read more »

Kenya: Diabetes Drug Helps People Lose Weight – Study

Kenya: Diabetes Drug Helps People Lose Weight – Study

2 July 2015 Liraglutide, an injectable diabetes drug that US regulators approved last year for weight loss, helped obese people lose an average of 18 pounds (eight kilograms), a yearlong… Read more »

Kenya: Poor Tests Behind Diabetes Deaths

Kenya: Poor Tests Behind Diabetes Deaths

1 July 2015 Children with diabetes often die prematurely due to misdiagnosis, a centre for the disease has said. This is common among the poor, who cannot afford the cost… Read more »

Deal a severe blow to this business of death

Deal a severe blow to this business of death

By Editorials Updated Saturday, July 4th 2015 at 00:00 GMT +3 Nearly every Kenyan family is directly or indirectly afflicted by the scourge of chronic alcoholism and drug abuse. To… Read more »

Vitamin D supplementation may slow HIV progression

Vitamin D supplementation may slow HIV progression

04 July 2015, 10:39 Vitamin D supplementation may reverse seasonal nutritional deficiency and slow down HIV progression in Cape Town, South Africa, according to a study by University of Cape… Read more »

Kenya: Margaret Kenyatta – Our Pride and Joy

Kenya: Margaret Kenyatta – Our Pride and Joy

4 July 2015 By Daudi Mwenda Through the tumult, through the tidal waves and shifting sands that define our current existence and geo-politics stands one Kenyan citizen whose mission and… Read more »

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