Kenya is quickly running out of options to treat pneumonia, malaria and HIV, the top killer diseases in the country.
Researchers have singled out disease and the destruction of their habitats as the biggest threats.
The Ministry of Health has launched a reproductive health programme that aims at sensitising teenagers.
It is good news for millions of Kenyans living with HIV/AIDS as Kenya will start buying new highly-effective antiretroviral drugs at much lower prizes following an international price deal.
Since he broke his leg bone in a freak accident while playing rugby, Kimutai is yet to recover as there is no one to give him the specialisd care he needs
The Water Innovation Engine, a pioneering partnership led by the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to stimulate bold new ideas and approaches in the water sector, has launched the global "Urban Sanitation Challenge" with the announcement of a multi-million-dollar investment in five projects in Africa, Asia and South America.
Most devolved units are already calling for qualified and interested individuals to apply for the jobs.
Patients across Nairobi continue to feel the pinch of the absence of nurses as no activity seems not to be going on in many public hospitals.
Mother says she found out her daughter, 12, has cancer after seeking second opinion.
Fifteen volunteer nurses who helped 300 women deliver will be employed by the county government.
Rwandans are living longer than Kenyans after discovering what experts term as secrets to healthier lifestyles.
Ministry sets up Sh300m lab to test cosmetics, herbal medicines
Topele Mepakoli was about ten years old when she helped a woman deliver a baby.
It is interesting that joint tests to establish the safety of the vaccine have never been released nearly three years later.