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A new study has found that Kenyans are softening their attitudes towards LGBT and putting emphasis on pleasure-focused sex
Women who use the morning-after-pill or Plan B are at high risk of developing risky pregnancies, a new study has shown.
The chemicals reduce obesity by burning excess fat in the blood serum, reducing appetite for food and decreasing body mass.
Ministry of Health approves two HIV self-test kits which will be available for between Sh700 and Sh800
Unlike in the past when nurses were moved from one department to another, the report shows the hospital has now dedicated oncology nurses to attend to these children.
A study by experts at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) shows in most cases, cervical cancer in unmarried women is diagnosed when it is already too late to treat it.

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