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Woman from Kenya helps teens, young adults with HIV

Woman from Kenya helps teens, young adults with HIV

            Source:Wyoming Tribune Eagle By Becky Orr, Mar 31, 2017   CHEYENNE – Maurine Murenga is a wife and mother from Kenya who is changing… Read more »

he disturbing challenges Kenyans face while seeking treatment in India…There is hope

he disturbing challenges Kenyans face while seeking treatment in India…There is hope

Source: Tuko.co.ke Many Kenyans are known to seek cheaper cancer and related treatment in India where various success stories have been documented – Cancer is among the major killer diseases… Read more »

Court suspends state’s plan to hire Tanzanian doctors

Court suspends state’s plan to hire Tanzanian doctors

Source: The Star Apr. 01, 2017, By CAROLE MAINA The Employment and Labour Relations Court has suspended plans by the government to hire 500 doctors from Tanzania. Justice Nelson Abuodha… Read more »

Joint disease targets youth with prolonged mobile phone use

Joint disease targets youth with prolonged mobile phone use

    Source: The Nation By DOROTHY KWEYU In Summary This can be associated with prolonged use of smartphones in an awkward position and is known as the text neck… Read more »

Inner demons banished: Reformed women recount drug addiction hell

Inner demons banished: Reformed women recount drug addiction hell

Source: The Star Mar. 31, 2017, By MONICAH MWANGI About four kilometres from Kiambu Road in Thindigua, an isolated three-bedroom house stands on a natural fenced compound. Three women are… Read more »

High-fibre diet key in fight against diabetes, study show

High-fibre diet key in fight against diabetes, study show

Source: Standard Media By xinhua Tue, March 28th 2017 A diet that boosts good bacteria in the stomach could be key to reducing the risk of diabetes, an Australian study… Read more »

Free drugs for cancer patients at Kenyatta National Hospital

Free drugs for cancer patients at Kenyatta National Hospital

Source: The Daily Nation By EUNICE KILONZO Wednesday March 29 2017 The first batch of patients in a public hospital to be treated with a breast cancer drug that can… Read more »

Abandoned with conjoined twins: My two years of hell

Abandoned with conjoined twins: My two years of hell

Source: The Star  Mar. 25, 2017, By MONICAH MWANGI Caroline Mukiri, with her separated twins Favour Karimi and Blessing Kathure in their room at KNH On the fourth floor of… Read more »

Breast cancer: Having a mastectomy doesn’t make you less a woman

Breast cancer: Having a mastectomy doesn’t make you less a woman

Source: The Standard By Pauline Muindi Sunday, Mar 26th 2017 On a typical September morning in 2015, she felt a lump on her left breast when showering. In spite of… Read more »

Kenya TB patients unbowed in face of stigma and discrimination

Kenya TB patients unbowed in face of stigma and discrimination

Source: Coastweek By Christine Lagat NAIROBI (Xinhua) Tom Onsongo had a brilliant acting career before he was diagnosed with a debilitating strain of tuberculosis (TB) several years ago, but the… Read more »

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