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Vegetable protein ‘delays menopause’

Vegetable protein ‘delays menopause’

Source: The Daily Nation By CARLOS MUREITHI 2nd Juky 2017 LONG-TERM, high intake of vegetable protein from foods such as as whole grains, soy and tofu may protect women from… Read more »

Oldest genetic disorder few Kenyans know about

Oldest genetic disorder few Kenyans know about

Source: The Standard By Joy Wanja Muraya Sun, April 16th 2017 Today, Kenya joins the globe in celebrating the triumphs of persons with a bleeding disorder known as Haemophilia. From… Read more »

Why typhoid bites 100 years after its vaccine introduction

Why typhoid bites 100 years after its vaccine introduction

Source: The Standard By: Japheth Ogila Sat 15th Apr 2017 The year 1903, April 14 became a significant moment in the world history and it also enriched the history of… Read more »

Why Pumwani is a national treasure

Why Pumwani is a national treasure

Source: The Daily Nation By Nelly Bosire 3rd April 2017 r many people, locally and internationally, the mention of Pumwani Maternity Hospital evokes a host of negative images. This is… Read more »

Would you give contraceptives to your teenage children?

Would you give contraceptives to your teenage children?

Source: The Standard By Gardy Chacha Sunday, Mar 19th 2017 The life Immaculate Amita wanted for herself spelt freedom. In her dreams, she would grow into a fierce and independent… Read more »

Aids the biggest killer of teens and young adults

Aids the biggest killer of teens and young adults

Source: Daily Nation Wednesday May 11 2016 By EUNICE KILONZO In Summary A total of 2,531 youths aged between 15 and 19 years — most in secondary school— died in… Read more »

PROFILE-Improving sanitation in Kenya: “Toilets have become an obsession”

PROFILE-Improving sanitation in Kenya: “Toilets have become an obsession”

DAKAR, May 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Brian McSorley is a water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) co-ordinator for Oxfam in Kenya, whose work with water and toilets takes him from… Read more »

How the rise of fake drugs is killing the poor, and what can be done to stop it

How the rise of fake drugs is killing the poor, and what can be done to stop it

By Samar Warsi For the Deseret News Published: Saturday, May 7 2016 9:00 a.m. MDT Earlier this year, Mussarat, a 35-year-old Karachi woman, was pregnant with her fourth child when… Read more »

Doctors forgot scissors in her womb: A woman’s ordeal at a government hospital

Doctors forgot scissors in her womb: A woman’s ordeal at a government hospital

Source: Jambospot.com One mother who sued Pumwani Maternity Hospital after doctors “forgot” a pair of medical scissors inside her womb for nine days, is too traumatised to visit health facilities,… Read more »

An issue in Kenya

An issue in Kenya

Source. Watsi.com by Daniel Tse 7th May 2014 A few months ago, we detected an increase in no-show patients at one of the hospitals that provides healthcare to Watsi patients… Read more »

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