Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
NightWatch, a wireless armband, detects a possible major epileptic seizure and transmits a warning to a caregiver when the wearer is lying in bed.
By 8 months ago
Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
Small amounts of exercise, such as a 20-minute walk can help reduce the risk of depression in older adults (people aged 50 years and older).
By 8 months ago
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
The new technique removes cholesterol from the mouse bodies so that existing antibodies can penetrate deep into the animals.
By 8 months ago
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Infertility is defined by the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse and it is estimated to affect one in seven heterosexual couples.
By 9 months ago
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Scottish scientists have unlocked the mystery of why the immune system of patients with bowel cancer fails to recognise and attack the disease.
By 9 months ago
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
NightWatch, a wireless armband, detects a possible major epileptic seizure and transmits a warning to a caregiver when the wearer is lying in bed.
By 8 months ago
Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
Small amounts of exercise, such as a 20-minute walk can help reduce the risk of depression in older adults (people aged 50 years and older).
By 8 months ago
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
The new technique removes cholesterol from the mouse bodies so that existing antibodies can penetrate deep into the animals.
By 8 months ago
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Infertility is defined by the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse and it is estimated to affect one in seven heterosexual couples.
By 9 months ago
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Scottish scientists have unlocked the mystery of why the immune system of patients with bowel cancer fails to recognise and attack the disease.
By 9 months ago
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
NightWatch, a wireless armband, detects a possible major epileptic seizure and transmits a warning to a caregiver when the wearer is lying in bed.
By 8 months ago
Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
Small amounts of exercise, such as a 20-minute walk can help reduce the risk of depression in older adults (people aged 50 years and older).
By 8 months ago
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
The new technique removes cholesterol from the mouse bodies so that existing antibodies can penetrate deep into the animals.
By 8 months ago
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Infertility is defined by the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse and it is estimated to affect one in seven heterosexual couples.
By 9 months ago
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Scottish scientists have unlocked the mystery of why the immune system of patients with bowel cancer fails to recognise and attack the disease.
By 9 months ago
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
NightWatch, a wireless armband, detects a possible major epileptic seizure and transmits a warning to a caregiver when the wearer is lying in bed.
By Roma Odhiambo 8 months ago
Neurologists develop armband that warns of epileptic seizures
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
Small amounts of exercise, such as a 20-minute walk can help reduce the risk of depression in older adults (people aged 50 years and older).
By Roma Odhiambo 8 months ago
Short walk a day keeps depression at bay, research on older adults finds
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
The new technique removes cholesterol from the mouse bodies so that existing antibodies can penetrate deep into the animals.
By Roma Odhiambo 8 months ago
New tech can detect tumours previously too small to be seen
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Scottish scientists have unlocked the mystery of why the immune system of patients with bowel cancer fails to recognise and attack the disease.
By Roma Odhiambo 9 months ago
Scientists unveil discovery in bowel cancer research
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Infertility is defined by the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse and it is estimated to affect one in seven heterosexual couples.
By Roma Odhiambo 9 months ago
Study: One in five women conceive naturally after first IVF baby
Eating most of daily calories before 1pm can control blood sugar, study
A new study presented at the Endocrine Society's annual meeting has found that eating 80 per cent of your daily calories before 1pm can help control blood sugar levels.
By Roma Odhiambo 9 months ago
Eating most of daily calories before 1pm can control blood sugar, study
New technology predicts heart disease with just an eye scan
Cardiovascular events can now be predicted through an eye scan, signifying a potential departure from traditional diagnostic methods like CT scans, MRIs and X-rays.
By Roma Odhiambo 9 months ago
New technology predicts heart disease with just an eye scan
Is 'good' cholesterol really that good for you? New research says maybe not
Cholesterol, a type of fat found in our blood, is needed to build healthy cells. However, high levels of cholesterol can increase the risk of getting heart disease.
By Roma Odhiambo 9 months ago
Is 'good' cholesterol really that good for you? New research says maybe not
How bricks made from sand, plastic waste are helping to fight pollution
This innovation creates strong and durable construction products that are made from cement and polymer concrete while also tackling plastic waste pollution in Kenya.
By Roma Odhiambo 9 months ago
How bricks made from sand, plastic waste are helping to fight pollution
Microplastics: How they enter our bodies and what they do to us
A growing community of researchers believe inhaled particles might irritate and damage the lungs. Some contain chemicals that are known to interfere with the body's hormones.
By Roma Odhiambo 9 months ago
Microplastics: How they enter our bodies and what they do to us
Heated battle: Microwaving insecticides to fight malaria
Certain types of mosquitoes like anopheles gambiae, a type mostly found in coastal and western Kenya, have developed resistance to deltamethrin.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Heated battle: Microwaving insecticides to fight malaria
Scientists create smart bandage that treats chronic wounds
The bandage is comprised of wireless circuitry that utilises temperature sensors to monitor the progression of wound healing.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Scientists create smart bandage that treats chronic wounds
'People with epilepsy deserve to be heard'
Awareness is the biggest problem people with the condition experience. Some of them are not aware that epilepsy is a medically treatable condition.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
'People with epilepsy deserve to be heard'
Defying stigma and rising above obstacles of living with epilepsy
I had an attack while doing my KCSE exams and ended up failing. It was a crushing blow. I had been excelling until then, thriving with even As.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Defying stigma and rising above obstacles of living with epilepsy
Kenyans urged to embrace organ donation amid calls for efficient regulation
Approximately 5 million Kenyans have some chronic kidney disease with about 20 transplant health facilities in the country.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Kenyans urged to embrace organ donation amid calls for efficient regulation
Study reveals brain-spine technology that enables walking
Study published in Nature reveals that an innovative device called a brain-spine interface (BSI) can reinstate natural walking in a person with severe spinal cord injury.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Study reveals brain-spine technology that enables walking
Is waking up early good for you?
By discerning our chronotypes and synchronising our daily activities with our peak productivity times, we can optimise our performance and well-being.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Is waking up early good for you?
Artificial sweeteners: Sugar-free, but at what cost?
Non-sugar sweeteners are frequently used in the foods and drinks industry.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Artificial sweeteners: Sugar-free, but at what cost?
Shining a light on endometriosis: Time to listen and take action
Endometriosis is a condition where the lining of the uterus, also called the endometrium, is found in locations where it is not supposed to be.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Shining a light on endometriosis: Time to listen and take action
Battling hypertension: Personal story of healing and transformation
I have made changes to my daily routine by reducing my consumption of salt and sugar and placing great emphasis on physical fitness.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
Battling hypertension: Personal story of healing and transformation
'Midwives deserve better working conditions'
High-quality midwifery services are directly linked to the most desirable reproductive, maternal, and newborn health outcomes.
By Roma Odhiambo 10 months ago
'Midwives deserve better working conditions'
Sweet potatoes to combat malnutrition in Samburu
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Innovator makes clean cooking stove that uses recycled engine oil
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Understanding obstetric violence and why it is a global concern
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Four counties in Central formulating mining and quarrying policy
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Let's not turn a blind eye on Dandora's voiceless residents
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