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The psychology of a miser: Poor potty training blamed
Being a miser not only compromises health, nutrition which affects children's IQ, but also leads to low quality of life.
By Rosa Agutu 2 months ago
The psychology of a miser: Poor potty training blamed
Schooling can't buy diapers or food for my child
Apart from unwanted pregnancies, the girls are exposed to STIs and HIV, while others opt for unsafe abortions from a large lack of access to reproductive health services.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Schooling can't buy diapers or food for my child
Outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases on the rise, warns WHO
Diseases whose prevalence has gone up include polio, measles, cholera and malaria. Almost 17, 500 cases of measles were recorded between January and March.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases on the rise, warns WHO
Standard Group marks 'World Day for Safety and Health at Work'
The main goal of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths besides shielding families from suffering and financial hardship when they happen.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Standard Group marks 'World Day for Safety and Health at Work'
Mwai Kibaki: Champion of the 'economics' of healthcare for all
Mwai Kibaki's regime began providing treated mosquito nets and anti-malaria treatment for free.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Mwai Kibaki: Champion of the 'economics' of healthcare for all
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Pain of ‘invisible’ TB that presents no cough
Woman suffered because of a misdiagnosis. Her TB of the spine was mistaken for a cancer.
By Rosa Agutu 4 months ago
Pain of ‘invisible’ TB that presents no cough
KU hospital receives Sh446 million to step up throat cancer research
The Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral, and Research Hospital has received a grant for throat cancer research.
By Rosa Agutu 4 months ago
KU hospital receives Sh446 million to step up throat cancer research
More needs to be done 27 years after Beijing conference
What lessons can we learn from women in leadership on the famous women’s conference, what progress has been made?
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
More needs to be done 27 years after Beijing conference
Don’t repeat those undies! Dirty panties cause vaginitis
Yeast infection is marked by itching, swelling, and irritation from changes in balance of the yeast cells.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Don’t repeat those undies! Dirty panties cause vaginitis
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Failure to launch: Relief for men with erectile dysfunction
Most men visit sex clinics alone before tagging along their partners from the perception that when the sex failure is their fault.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Failure to launch: Relief for men with erectile dysfunction
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How doctors fix erectile dysfunction
There are different degrees of erectile dysfunction some require injections while others surgery.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
How doctors fix erectile dysfunction
Sexual fetishes: Some like whips, hot candle wax
Some people are unaware of fetishes until they’re introduced through pep talks, films or books like 50 Shades of Gray by E. L. James.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Sexual fetishes: Some like whips, hot candle wax
Kenya does first erectile dysfunction correction
A man who suffered erectile dysfunction for several years can now get his groove back after a successful penile implant operation.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Kenya does first erectile dysfunction correction
Kenya performs first successful surgery on erectile dysfunction patient
The patient, in his 40s, had used other treatment methods without success.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Kenya performs first successful surgery on erectile dysfunction patient
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Where women pay for sex with strangers after husbands’ death
Tradition demands that she “sleeps” with the “cleanser” in a makeshift house made of canvas for three days before officially rebuilding her house.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Where women pay for sex with strangers after husbands’ death
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Joachim Osur: Grandma wanted me to be a pastor but I became a sexologist
Medicine is a rigorous training and getting supplementary is very normal. I was lucky because I never got one.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Joachim Osur: Grandma wanted me to be a pastor but I became a sexologist
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City hospital detains body of 'Covid-19' doctor Lincoln Khasakhala over Sh18m bill
Dr Lincoln Khasakhala and his wife contracted Covid in March 2021. She died the same month.
By Rosa Agutu 6 months ago
City hospital detains body of 'Covid-19' doctor Lincoln Khasakhala over Sh18m bill
What colour of your vaginal discharge means
Vaginal discharge helps in keeping the ‘pie-corner’ clean besides aiding in lubrication and keeping vaginal tissues healthy.
By Rosa Agutu 6 months ago
What colour of your vaginal discharge means
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Mothers in jail: Pain of raising children behind the prison walls
At Lang’ata Women’s prison, there is a daycare where children born there spend time with peers.
By Rosa Agutu 6 months ago
Mothers in jail: Pain of raising children behind the prison walls
Playing safe? Mouth latex can curb STI
Through oral sex, HPV can also cause papillomas (warts) that can be found in the throat, mouth, palate and vocal cords.
By Rosa Agutu 6 months ago
Playing safe? Mouth latex can curb STI
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Why women have ‘pregnancy noses’
Excessive swelling, like of feet, can be prevented by avoiding too much salt in food, processed foods and caffeine.
By Rosa Agutu 6 months ago
Why women have ‘pregnancy noses’
Scientists cast doubt on new coronavirus variant Deltacron
A scientist in Cyprus has reported a new Covid-19 variant, Deltacron, which has elements of Delta and Omicron.
By Rosa Agutu 6 months ago
Scientists cast doubt on new coronavirus variant Deltacron
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Perfectionism is actually a mental health disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental condition characterised by unreasonable thoughts and fears.
By Rosa Agutu 7 months ago
Perfectionism is actually a mental health disorder
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Fathering from prison: ‘I don’t know my children and they don't know me’
Bitterness towards life made it hard for Aggrey Mbai Njaga to cope in prison, but he eventually accepted his fate.
By Rosa Agutu 7 months ago
Fathering from prison: ‘I don’t know my children and they don't know me’
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How couples can choose their baby's gender before conception
Is there a way couples can determine the gender of their baby before conception?
By Rosa Agutu 7 months ago
How couples can choose their baby's gender before conception
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The psychology of a miser: Poor potty training blamed
Being a miser not only compromises health, nutrition which affects children's IQ, but also leads to low quality of life.
By Rosa Agutu 2 months ago
The psychology of a miser: Poor potty training blamed
Schooling can't buy diapers or food for my child
Apart from unwanted pregnancies, the girls are exposed to STIs and HIV, while others opt for unsafe abortions from a large lack of access to reproductive health services.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Schooling can't buy diapers or food for my child
Outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases on the rise, warns WHO
Diseases whose prevalence has gone up include polio, measles, cholera and malaria. Almost 17, 500 cases of measles were recorded between January and March.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases on the rise, warns WHO
Standard Group marks 'World Day for Safety and Health at Work'
The main goal of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths besides shielding families from suffering and financial hardship when they happen.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Standard Group marks 'World Day for Safety and Health at Work'
Mwai Kibaki: Champion of the 'economics' of healthcare for all
Mwai Kibaki's regime began providing treated mosquito nets and anti-malaria treatment for free.
By Rosa Agutu 3 months ago
Mwai Kibaki: Champion of the 'economics' of healthcare for all
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Pain of ‘invisible’ TB that presents no cough
Woman suffered because of a misdiagnosis. Her TB of the spine was mistaken for a cancer.
By Rosa Agutu 4 months ago
Pain of ‘invisible’ TB that presents no cough
KU hospital receives Sh446 million to step up throat cancer research
The Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral, and Research Hospital has received a grant for throat cancer research.
By Rosa Agutu 4 months ago
KU hospital receives Sh446 million to step up throat cancer research
More needs to be done 27 years after Beijing conference
What lessons can we learn from women in leadership on the famous women’s conference, what progress has been made?
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
More needs to be done 27 years after Beijing conference
Don’t repeat those undies! Dirty panties cause vaginitis
Yeast infection is marked by itching, swelling, and irritation from changes in balance of the yeast cells.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Don’t repeat those undies! Dirty panties cause vaginitis
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Failure to launch: Relief for men with erectile dysfunction
Most men visit sex clinics alone before tagging along their partners from the perception that when the sex failure is their fault.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Failure to launch: Relief for men with erectile dysfunction
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How doctors fix erectile dysfunction
There are different degrees of erectile dysfunction some require injections while others surgery.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
How doctors fix erectile dysfunction
Sexual fetishes: Some like whips, hot candle wax
Some people are unaware of fetishes until they’re introduced through pep talks, films or books like 50 Shades of Gray by E. L. James.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Sexual fetishes: Some like whips, hot candle wax
Kenya does first erectile dysfunction correction
A man who suffered erectile dysfunction for several years can now get his groove back after a successful penile implant operation.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Kenya does first erectile dysfunction correction
Kenya performs first successful surgery on erectile dysfunction patient
The patient, in his 40s, had used other treatment methods without success.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Kenya performs first successful surgery on erectile dysfunction patient
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Where women pay for sex with strangers after husbands’ death
Tradition demands that she “sleeps” with the “cleanser” in a makeshift house made of canvas for three days before officially rebuilding her house.
By Rosa Agutu 5 months ago
Where women pay for sex with strangers after husbands’ death
Mother, son-in-law elected to Nakuru County Assembly
Rift Valley
By Kennedy Gachuhi
1 hr ago
Normalcy resumes at Bomas as IEBC says systems are hacker-proof
National
By Allan Mungai and Josphat Thiong'o
1 hr ago
Can the spread of monkeypox be stopped?
Explainers
By Associated Press
3 hrs ago
Scuffle at Bomas of Kenya over mystery laptop
Nairobi
By Josphat Thiong'o and Allan Mungai
4 hrs ago