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Kenyan president’s call to arms on self-sufficiency carries health risks

Kenyan president’s call to arms on self-sufficiency carries health risks

President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya will put his case at the Finance for Development conference in Addis Ababa on 13-16 July. Photograph: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images During the 25th African Union… Read more »

Food Stamp Recipients Drop from 46,028,930 to 45,682,474, Still Outnumber Population of Kenya

Food Stamp Recipients Drop from 46,028,930 to 45,682,474, Still Outnumber Population of Kenya

By Ali Meyer | May 15, 2015 | 12:40 PM EDT (CNSNews.com) — The number of beneficiaries of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps, declined… Read more »

Cholera Vaccine Possible In Kenya

Cholera Vaccine Possible In Kenya

Alex Roberts 5/17/2015 Government and health officials will debate whether to use a vaccine to stem the cholera outbreak.  The vaccine has been tested and approved by the World Health Organisation… Read more »

Why DO men lose weight faster than women?

Why DO men lose weight faster than women?

I have come up with a list of some of my top weight loss tips that I share with my clients that have similar goals! These are some things you… Read more »

KENYA MEDICAL TRAINING COLLEGE KAPENGURIA CAMPUS ROLL OUT ITS PROGRAMME. PRESS OFFICE

KENYA MEDICAL TRAINING COLLEGE KAPENGURIA CAMPUS ROLL OUT ITS PROGRAMME. PRESS OFFICE

The Kenya Medical training college KMTC has opened its campus in West Pokot County after the Ministry of health approving the project that will be run by Kapenguria County hospital. The government has… Read more »

At last HIV/AIDS prevention vaccine

At last HIV/AIDS prevention vaccine

Posted by chai Lo Busu at 1:44 p.m. The Deadly Disease HIV/AIDS Prevention Vaccine Invented By Kenyan Student at Kogello village in particular  rural set up of Nyanza. Kenya hit the… Read more »

Antibiotic-resistant typhoid spreading in silent epidemic, says study

Antibiotic-resistant typhoid spreading in silent epidemic, says study

A silent epidemic of typhoid that is resistant to multiple antibiotics is spreading across Africa, posing a fresh threat to public health, according to a landmark genetic study of the… Read more »

Why The Paleo Lifestyle Works

Why The Paleo Lifestyle Works

By kahonge May 12, 2015 We have always been told that eating meat is bad. Well…humans have been consuming flesh for around 2 million years hence it is safe to… Read more »

Why the ‘HIV List’ Should go Hand-in-hand with other Radical Reforms

Why the ‘HIV List’ Should go Hand-in-hand with other Radical Reforms

by Moses Omusolo Going by what kind of discourse Kenyans have been engaging in since the dawn of the Millennium 2,000, it will not be mistaken to claim that this… Read more »

Implications of the community health policy change in Kenya in light of world health worker week

Implications of the community health policy change in Kenya in light of world health worker week

By Rosalind McCollum, LSTM PhD student. Posted on 08 May 2015 Kenya’s community health strategy (2006) expounds the country’s plan to expand access to community health care for the whole population,… Read more »

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