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Health Reporter

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Health Reporter

Health Reporter writes for the Standard Health
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The water hyacinth is deprived of oxygen and decomposes once mixed with cow dung, giving off methane gas.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 5mos ago
As the death toll rises, the elderly and those with underlying conditions have been classified as most vulnerable.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 6mos ago
As the death toll rises, the elderly and those with underlying conditions have been classified as most vulnerable.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 6mos ago
A total of 10.1 million vaccines had been administered across the country.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 6mos ago
An approval by a US-based environmental agency to release 2.4 billion Genetically Modified Mosquitoes has sparked debate.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 2mos ago
Over 5,000 delegates are expected at the Pan Africa conference being held in Kenya for the first time. The theme of the summit is the role of intermediary cities of Africa in implementing Agenda 2030.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 1mo ago
The aim of the study was to identify the welfare challenges the commercial captive predator industry in South Africa faces on a day-to-day basis.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 1mo ago
APS is a rare genetic disease with no cure. It is a condition where the body reacts against its own generated proteins.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 1mo ago
As urbanisation in intermediary cities accelerates, there must be an increased focus on food and nutrition security as part of urban food system that promotes rural-urban immigration.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 4w ago
Data from World Health Organisation (WHO) indicates more than two billion people around the world still drink contaminated water.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 2w ago
The Summit saw Malaria and NTD-affected countries commit over $2.2 billion (Sh260 billion) in domestic resources while nine pharmaceutical companies have already donated diagnostics.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 1w ago
A group of 17 women dubbed ‘Obunga Dry Fish Women’ who came together five years ago to start selling fish realised there was more money in fish waste while conserving the environment.
By Mactilda Mbenywe 1w ago