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Mathenge tree ideal for chapatis, but also blocks roads, diverts rivers
The tree provides shade during the day and its seeds are used to make chapati, mandazi and cakes flour, according to Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI).
By Saada Hassan 1 month ago
Mathenge tree ideal for chapatis, but also blocks roads, diverts rivers
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I contracted mumps, lost hearing on the left side
Sidney Chahonyo suffers partial hearing loss but that has not stopped him from going about his life.
By Saada Hassan 2 months ago
I contracted mumps, lost hearing on the left side
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Cold: No cough syrups please
The cold season is fast approaching, a period when viral infections are common.
By Saada Hassan 2 months ago
Cold: No cough syrups please
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Why grafted dreadlocks could have you jailed
For a man, hair can be a fashion or cultural statement, a display of individuality. But did you also know hair can be used to solve crimes including murder, rape, burglaries and robberies?
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Why grafted dreadlocks could have you jailed
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Mwai Kibaki was a patient I would have paid to treat - Dr Gikonyo
Kibaki loved his tipple but after the accident in 2002 and when he was sworn in 'the president never drank alcohol again. State House cleaned out any form of alcohol,' says Dr Gikonyo.
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Mwai Kibaki was a patient I would have paid to treat - Dr Gikonyo
Sexually active Kenyan teenagers using contraceptive
Kenya’s married and sexually active unmarried women have increased their use of contraceptives in the last decade with the most preferred methods being implants and injectables for family planning.
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Sexually active Kenyan teenagers using contraceptive
Earth Day: Urban pollution increasing cases of asthma, lung cancer
World Health Organisation (WHO) says air pollution is the greatest environmental threat to health and accounts for a high number of non-communicable diseases such as heart attacks or stroke. 
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Earth Day: Urban pollution increasing cases of asthma, lung cancer
Take care of the health work force to achieve UHC
Despite devolution, the health sector has witnessed several strikes across the counties.
By Saada Hassan 4 months ago
Take care of the health work force to achieve UHC
Study: There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
According to study published in 2013 in rural Kenya and other African countries, epilepsy disease is quite prominent among children and the elderly.
By Saada Hassan 4 months ago
Study: There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
Meet Wong, artist behind plastic sculpture at UN Office in Nairobi
Between 1970s and 1990s, the amount of plastic waste more than tripled. Half of all plastic produced is designed for single-use purposes.
By Saada Hassan 5 months ago
Meet Wong, artist behind plastic sculpture at UN Office in Nairobi
There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
Epilepsy affects the nervous system and the condition is characterized by repetitive seizures leading to loss of consciousness.
By Saada Hassan 5 months ago
There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
‘Telemedicine’ now part of health training curriculum
Telemedicine will be included in the health curriculum by the government in an attempt to improve medical care.
By Saada Hassan 6 months ago
‘Telemedicine’ now part of health training curriculum
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Muscle-wasting disease: The affliction without known cause
The condition is so rare that less than 50 cases were recorded in the 10 years to 1988.
By Saada Hassan 6 months ago
Muscle-wasting disease: The affliction without known cause
Boost to war on HIV as vaccine goes on trial in USA
Research on the vaccine, mRNA-1644, is led by International Aids Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and biotechnology firm, Moderna.
By Saada Hassan 6 months ago
Boost to war on HIV as vaccine goes on trial in USA
Climate change fuels conflict, spikes cost of living
Human society, through its emission of greenhouse gases, contributes largely to climate change.
By Saada Hassan 7 months ago
Climate change fuels conflict, spikes cost of living
Opinion shapers, policy makers in health sector must soothe Kenyans’ pain this year
Health CS Mutahi Kagwe will be a key voice in how Kenya handles Covid-19 amidst heightened political temperatures.
By Saada Hassan 7 months ago
Opinion shapers, policy makers in health sector must soothe Kenyans’ pain this year
Mathenge tree ideal for chapatis, but also blocks roads, diverts rivers
The tree provides shade during the day and its seeds are used to make chapati, mandazi and cakes flour, according to Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI).
By Saada Hassan 1 month ago
Mathenge tree ideal for chapatis, but also blocks roads, diverts rivers
Premium
I contracted mumps, lost hearing on the left side
Sidney Chahonyo suffers partial hearing loss but that has not stopped him from going about his life.
By Saada Hassan 2 months ago
I contracted mumps, lost hearing on the left side
Premium
Cold: No cough syrups please
The cold season is fast approaching, a period when viral infections are common.
By Saada Hassan 2 months ago
Cold: No cough syrups please
Premium
Why grafted dreadlocks could have you jailed
For a man, hair can be a fashion or cultural statement, a display of individuality. But did you also know hair can be used to solve crimes including murder, rape, burglaries and robberies?
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Why grafted dreadlocks could have you jailed
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Mwai Kibaki was a patient I would have paid to treat - Dr Gikonyo
Kibaki loved his tipple but after the accident in 2002 and when he was sworn in 'the president never drank alcohol again. State House cleaned out any form of alcohol,' says Dr Gikonyo.
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Mwai Kibaki was a patient I would have paid to treat - Dr Gikonyo
Sexually active Kenyan teenagers using contraceptive
Kenya’s married and sexually active unmarried women have increased their use of contraceptives in the last decade with the most preferred methods being implants and injectables for family planning.
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Sexually active Kenyan teenagers using contraceptive
Earth Day: Urban pollution increasing cases of asthma, lung cancer
World Health Organisation (WHO) says air pollution is the greatest environmental threat to health and accounts for a high number of non-communicable diseases such as heart attacks or stroke. 
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Earth Day: Urban pollution increasing cases of asthma, lung cancer
Take care of the health work force to achieve UHC
Despite devolution, the health sector has witnessed several strikes across the counties.
By Saada Hassan 4 months ago
Take care of the health work force to achieve UHC
Study: There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
According to study published in 2013 in rural Kenya and other African countries, epilepsy disease is quite prominent among children and the elderly.
By Saada Hassan 4 months ago
Study: There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
Meet Wong, artist behind plastic sculpture at UN Office in Nairobi
Between 1970s and 1990s, the amount of plastic waste more than tripled. Half of all plastic produced is designed for single-use purposes.
By Saada Hassan 5 months ago
Meet Wong, artist behind plastic sculpture at UN Office in Nairobi
There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
Epilepsy affects the nervous system and the condition is characterized by repetitive seizures leading to loss of consciousness.
By Saada Hassan 5 months ago
There are two millions Kenyans living with epilepsy
‘Telemedicine’ now part of health training curriculum
Telemedicine will be included in the health curriculum by the government in an attempt to improve medical care.
By Saada Hassan 6 months ago
‘Telemedicine’ now part of health training curriculum
Premium
Muscle-wasting disease: The affliction without known cause
The condition is so rare that less than 50 cases were recorded in the 10 years to 1988.
By Saada Hassan 6 months ago
Muscle-wasting disease: The affliction without known cause
Boost to war on HIV as vaccine goes on trial in USA
Research on the vaccine, mRNA-1644, is led by International Aids Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and biotechnology firm, Moderna.
By Saada Hassan 6 months ago
Boost to war on HIV as vaccine goes on trial in USA
Climate change fuels conflict, spikes cost of living
Human society, through its emission of greenhouse gases, contributes largely to climate change.
By Saada Hassan 7 months ago
Climate change fuels conflict, spikes cost of living
Opinion shapers, policy makers in health sector must soothe Kenyans’ pain this year
Health CS Mutahi Kagwe will be a key voice in how Kenya handles Covid-19 amidst heightened political temperatures.
By Saada Hassan 7 months ago
Opinion shapers, policy makers in health sector must soothe Kenyans’ pain this year
Mathenge tree ideal for chapatis, but also blocks roads, diverts rivers
The tree provides shade during the day and its seeds are used to make chapati, mandazi and cakes flour, according to Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI).
By Saada Hassan 1 month ago
Mathenge tree ideal for chapatis, but also blocks roads, diverts rivers
Premium
I contracted mumps, lost hearing on the left side
Sidney Chahonyo suffers partial hearing loss but that has not stopped him from going about his life.
By Saada Hassan 2 months ago
I contracted mumps, lost hearing on the left side
Premium
Cold: No cough syrups please
The cold season is fast approaching, a period when viral infections are common.
By Saada Hassan 2 months ago
Cold: No cough syrups please
Premium
Why grafted dreadlocks could have you jailed
For a man, hair can be a fashion or cultural statement, a display of individuality. But did you also know hair can be used to solve crimes including murder, rape, burglaries and robberies?
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Why grafted dreadlocks could have you jailed
Premium
Mwai Kibaki was a patient I would have paid to treat - Dr Gikonyo
Kibaki loved his tipple but after the accident in 2002 and when he was sworn in 'the president never drank alcohol again. State House cleaned out any form of alcohol,' says Dr Gikonyo.
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Mwai Kibaki was a patient I would have paid to treat - Dr Gikonyo
Sexually active Kenyan teenagers using contraceptive
Kenya’s married and sexually active unmarried women have increased their use of contraceptives in the last decade with the most preferred methods being implants and injectables for family planning.
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Sexually active Kenyan teenagers using contraceptive
Earth Day: Urban pollution increasing cases of asthma, lung cancer
World Health Organisation (WHO) says air pollution is the greatest environmental threat to health and accounts for a high number of non-communicable diseases such as heart attacks or stroke. 
By Saada Hassan 3 months ago
Earth Day: Urban pollution increasing cases of asthma, lung cancer
Take care of the health work force to achieve UHC
Despite devolution, the health sector has witnessed several strikes across the counties.
By Saada Hassan 4 months ago
Take care of the health work force to achieve UHC
Scuffle at Bomas of Kenya over mystery laptop
Nairobi
By Josphat Thiong'o and Allan Mungai
23 mins ago
Kidero: I won, let's meet in court
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By Winfrey Owino
1 hr ago
What the modern woman should be having in her bag
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By Esther Muchene
2 hrs ago