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The child often fainted, skin turned bluish
Over 37 million people globally suffer rheumatic heart disease with 97 per cent of the cases in developing countries including sub-Saharan Africa, according to the World Health Organisation.
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
The child often fainted, skin turned bluish
'Taking care of cancer patients is a painful task'
After battling colon cancer, Violet Shunza's mother was diagnosed with cancer, forcing her to assume the role of a caregiver.
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
'Taking care of cancer patients is a painful task'
Commonwealth Games: All eyes on national hockey team ahead of New Zealand duel
The national women's hockey team continued with their preparation ahead of their Commonwealth Games opening match against New Zealand
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
Commonwealth Games: All eyes on national hockey team ahead of New Zealand duel
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Lung cancer: Why some Kenyans visit herbalists, chemists
Patients with warning signs suggestive of cancer or diagnosed with cancer resort to alternative medicine.
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
Lung cancer: Why some Kenyans visit herbalists, chemists
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We pulled out bullet fragments, removed her dead brain
The 42-year-old woman was shot in the head by suspected cattle rustlers in her village in Laikipia County.
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
We pulled out bullet fragments, removed her dead brain
Fire razes Moi Girls High School Eldoret lab
The school's Board of Management (BOM) convened a meeting today and assured parents that the girls are safe and normal learning has already resumed.
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
Fire razes Moi Girls High School Eldoret lab
Fifteen released as two charged over Raila Chopper stoning
Fifteen out of the 17 people suspected to have pelted ODM leader Raila Odinga’s helicopter with stones were yesterday freed for lack of evidence.
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
Fifteen released as two charged over Raila Chopper stoning
In Kerio Valley, patients risk treatment under gunfire
Majority of health facilities are incapable of handling complex procedures like gunshot wounds.
By Faith Kutere 1 year ago
In Kerio Valley, patients risk treatment under gunfire
How to pick right audience for your products
If you have just launched a start-up, you have likely spent a lot of time planning and building your business.
By David Cheboryot 8 years ago
How to pick right audience for your products
Startup garage: Business coaching for startup success
Nowadays, a great idea and good financing are not enough to secure a startup’s success. In the best-case scenario, a company experiences exponential growth, and new members are quickly introduced to the team.
By David Cheboryot 8 years ago
Startup garage: Business coaching for startup success
Tips for bootstrapping your start-up
In one of the pitching sessions we hosted last week at Tangaza, a young enthusiastic start-upper was making his presentation.
By David Cheboryot 8 years ago
Tips for bootstrapping your start-up
How a medical crisis birthed a 'varsity' for a Kenyan nurse
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By Gerard Nyele
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Why lenders are shunning agri-based small enterprises
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Pain of students seeking to apply for varsity, college courses
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