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Men's grief following pregnancy loss, neonatal death

Unlike women, most fathers nursing the hurt of child loss have few channels of opening up besides increased alcoholism.
By Beldeen Waliaula
9mos ago
Some men lack techniques of achieving or giving pleasure and most still believe in myths that affect their performance.
By Beldeen Waliaula
10mos ago
Medical experts interviewed by 'The Standard' observed that couples without regular sex are less connected.
By Standard Reporter
10mos ago
2.3 million adolescent boys and men faced the cut in 2020.
By Mactilda Mbenywe
11mos ago
More women live to 90 years. Men’s average life expectancy is at 64 years as opposed to 69 for women.
By Rose Mukonyo
11mos ago
Certain cancers, heart diseases, depression and lifestyle diseases like diabetes and liver cirrhosis kill men earlier than women
By Rose Mukonyo
11mos ago
Myths and beliefs that surround the surgery have played a big role in keeping potential patients away from the doctor.
By Kipsang Joseph
1yr ago
Most men in rural Kenya, where 70 per cent of the population live, bald and grey faster than their urban counterparts.
By Ayoki Onyango
1yr ago
To know whether one has testicular cancer, all a man needs is to do a pregnancy test.
By Kennedy Gachuhi
1yr ago
Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala on overcoming his weight problem: If I dropped my sweater you’d be forgiven to think it was a duvet.
By Rosa Agutu
1yr ago
When personal problems come to a head, a section of distressed men resort to violence as an emotional outlet.
By Winfrey Owino
1yr ago
It is estimated that at least four in five people living with HIV know their status.
By Jeckonia Otieno
1yr ago