Nurses hailed for dedication and care in patient well-being
International Nurses Week is celebrated across the world to highlight the incredible work nurses do every day.
By Ryan Kerubo 21 days ago
Nurses hailed for dedication and care in patient well-being
My story: Why I chose permanent contraception
While BTL offers individuals a permanent solution for contraception, individuals must understand the risks and benefits associated with the procedure.
By Ryan Kerubo 23 days ago
My story: Why I chose permanent contraception
Beat the bloat: 5 daily habits to banish gas pains
According to the World Gastroenterology Organization (WGO) bloating symptoms can occur despite the absence of underlying digestive issues.
By Ryan Kerubo 24 days ago
Beat the bloat: 5 daily habits to banish gas pains
Doctors reject return-to-work plan
Doctors reject the deal which the national and county governments had signed insisting parties had agreed on all issues but doctors brought up more demands at the last minute.
By Ryan Kerubo 24 days ago
Doctors reject return-to-work plan
Only 4pc of public institutions have met employment threshold for persons with disabilities
Only 4 per cent of public institutions have met the legally mandated 5 per cent reservation of employment for persons with disabilities in the country.
By Ryan Kerubo 25 days ago
Only 4pc of public institutions have met employment threshold for persons with disabilities
5 emergency contraception must-knows
Emergency contraception refers to methods of contraception that can be used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
5 emergency contraception must-knows
Haemophilia: Unveiling the bleeding disease
Haemophilia, a rare genetic blood disorder primarily affecting males, is a non-communicable disease (NCD) with global implications.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
Haemophilia: Unveiling the bleeding disease
KMPDU condemns CS Kuria's remarks on CBA, employment reforms
MPDU National Chair Dr. Abidan MwachiMwachi laughed off plans by the Cabinet Secretary to introduce new annual contracts for civil servants.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
KMPDU condemns CS Kuria's remarks on CBA, employment reforms
2024 Mater Heart Run that will cover ten counties launched
Dr. Mary Ngui said the turnout from partners was beyond expectation. She also added that such efforts reaffirm the belief in the power of compassion and collective action.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
2024 Mater Heart Run that will cover ten counties launched
Doctors' deal-breaker
In a dramatic turn of events, negotiations between the government and striking doctors hit a dead end, prolonging the suffering of millions of Kenyans seeking healthcare in public hospitals.
By Ryan Kerubo and Maryanne Muganda 1 month ago
Doctors' deal-breaker
Night sweats: Six possible underlying health concerns
Persistent and excessive sweating at night may indicate underlying health concerns.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
Night sweats: Six possible underlying health concerns
Ray of hope as doctors' talks with the government gain momentum
Warring parties commit to unconditional dialogue in Friday's meeting to find a way forward and which was presided over by a judge.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
Ray of hope as doctors' talks with the government gain momentum
Recall of 'Benylin' drug batch occasioned by contamination concerns
Benylin recall serves as a stark reminder of the importance of stringent quality control measures in the pharmaceutical industry.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
Recall of 'Benylin' drug batch occasioned by contamination concerns
Want a tattoo? These are the health risks
Beyond the cultural allure, tattoos pose health risks worth considering.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
Want a tattoo? These are the health risks
Endometriosis: Understanding, diagnosing and treating the condition
Endometriosis occurs when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus, known as endometrium, grows outside the uterus.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
Endometriosis: Understanding, diagnosing and treating the condition
What to do if you feel dizzy after eating
Eating keeps our bodies running, powering us through the day with energy and vitality. Sometimes, however, we might feel a bit dizzy and disoriented.
By Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
What to do if you feel dizzy after eating
Doctors blame governors for collapse of talks
KMPDU calls on the government to take responsibility and resolve the issue. The two sides were meant to deposit an agreement with the court on Tuesday, but it never happened.
By Alex Kiarie and Ryan Kerubo 1 month ago
Doctors blame governors for collapse of talks
Lab staff issue notice as doctors' strike bites
Medical technologists accuse national and county governments of ignoring an agreement. They also want a comprehensive health insurance in the package.
By Ryan Kerubo and Hilda Otieno 2 months ago
Lab staff issue notice as doctors' strike bites
Lab staff issue strike notice as doctors' impasse with state bites
Medical technologists accuse national and county governments of ignoring an agreement.
By Ryan Kerubo and Hilda Otieno 2 months ago
Lab staff issue strike notice as doctors' impasse with state bites
Dengue fever: Silent viral infection spread by mosquitoes
Dengue (break-bone fever), according to the WHO, is a viral infection caused by the dengue virus (DENV).
By Ryan Kerubo 2 months ago
Dengue fever: Silent viral infection spread by mosquitoes
Which is better? Animal or plant protein?
A significant number of Kenyans eat a lot of meat, especially beef, which about 80 per cent of the population prefers.
By Ryan Kerubo 2 months ago
Which is better? Animal or plant protein?
Payrise for diploma clinicians as SRC, Treasury agree
The National Treasury and the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) agree to address the pay raise for Diploma Clinical Officers.
By Ryan Kerubo 2 months ago
Payrise for diploma clinicians as SRC, Treasury agree
State sets aside Sh1 billion to clear NHIF pending bills
Health CS Susan Nakhumicha has announced that the government will disburse Sh1 billion to NHIF to clear pending bills.
By Ryan Kerubo 2 months ago
State sets aside Sh1 billion to clear NHIF pending bills
Health Ministry steps up efforts to curb snakebite deaths
WHO has identified snakebite poisoning as a neglected tropical disease as the government pushes for partnership to address the same.
By Ryan Kerubo 2 months ago
Health Ministry steps up efforts to curb snakebite deaths
Say goodbye to cold sores: Practical advice for prevention and treatment
Cold sores, most commonly caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), often pop up around the lips or mouth.
By Ryan Kerubo 2 months ago
Say goodbye to cold sores: Practical advice for prevention and treatment
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