Health

What is the state of your health?
  Comments - 2 weeks ago

Our crazy and ever busy lifestyle may not only be slowing our medical age but could also be eating us alive. With little time for exercise, eating right, and socializing, the busy lifestyle is often at odds with our aspirations to stay well through lifestyle.

Here is what killed Nkaissery: Heart attack
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Death probe. Doctors conclude former Interior CS died of heart attack

Chemotherapy may spread cancer, caution scientists
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Scientists say treatment causes tumours to spread to other body parts making them incurable and deadlier.

Pneumonia now Kenya’s number one killer disease
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Reports in the month of May 2016 claimed that in 2015, pneumonia dislodged malaria as the top killer of Kenyans with deaths resulting from HIV, Tuberculosis (TB) and meningitis declining.

World Health Organisation warns on faulty HIV test kit
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World Health Organisation says most of the gadgets used by individuals to test themselves for the virus are defective.

Justice Njoki Ndung'u rallies fellow judges to back safe abortion
  Comments - 3 weeks ago

Speaking during the judge’s conference in Mombasa, Justice Ndun’gu said Article 26 of the 2010 Constitution that outlaws abortion was silent on women getting affordable and safe abortion.

Research: Polygamous men face higher risk of heart disease
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Scientists now agree that men in polygamous marriages face a higher risk of heart disease than those in monogamous relationships.

Lancet Group of Labs invests heavily in international accreditation
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Medical laboratory service provider Lancet Group of Labs is investing heavily in international accreditation of its facilities all over East Africa to support the health sector in the region.

Uhuru hands over ambulances bought with recovered corruption money to counties
  Comments - 3 weeks ago

Uhuru has promised that more stolen cash stashed abroad will be repatriated and used on projects directly benefiting Kenyans.

Doctors upbeat of ‘smooth’ deal execution
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Doctors are optimistic that the newly signed pay deal will be implemented smoothly amid the sweat and tears that preceded it.

Dim future as Kenyans shun the eye bank
  Comments - 3 weeks ago

Hindrances to cornea donation mainly attributed to cultural and religious beliefs.

‘You do not need surgery to treat spine disorders’
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Medic uses pain killers and manual adjustment and manipulation of the spine and bones to put vertebrae, nerves and muscles right.

Hospital fights back on Sh4.5m failed birth control fine
  Comments - 4 weeks ago

Mother says she and her husband opted to have only two children because of economic hardships.

Study links chewing miraa to poor academic performance
  Comments - 4 weeks ago

Students who chew khat do not perform well in school, according to Ethiopian researchers.

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