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Joy for Bumula girls as Mp donates 50,000 menstrual cups

Bumula Member of Parliament Jack Wamboka has donated 50,000 menstrual cups to school girls in his constituency in an effort to curb menstrual poverty.
By Juliet Omelo Sep. 11, 2023
The campaign involves engaging men and boys in senstisation to enable them to participate in protecting sexual rights of girls.
By James Omoro Aug. 27, 2023
Working for ten years or more as a hairdresser, barber, beautician, or related job was associated with a three times greater risk of ovarian cancer.
By Nancy Nzau Aug. 14, 2023
The Pharmacy and Poisons Board (PPB) has warned members of the public against using female reproductive organs detox pearls, due to its health risks.
By Sharon Wanga Aug. 7, 2023
The World Health Organization and UNICEF said exclusive breastfeeding could save the lives of more than 820,000 children under 5 years of age every year.
By VOA Aug. 2, 2023
Even though family planning is a personal decision, it is wise to seek the advice of a qualified medical practitioner before settling on a method.
By Noel Nabiswa Jul. 17, 2023
Wearing wet, tight or dirty underwear could have profound health implications.
By Nancy Nzau Jul. 17, 2023
Homa Bay is among 15 counties that have poor maternal, neonatal and adolescent health. Homa Bay is among 15 counties that have poor maternal, neonatal and adolescent health.
By Jayne Rose Gacheri Jul. 15, 2023
A global action report titled ‘born too soon’ released in May revealed that at least nine in 10 preterm babies survive in high-income countries, against one in every 10 born in low-income countries.
By Mercy Kahenda Jul. 12, 2023
At least 10pc of pregnant women in Kenya suffer from gum inflammation because of hormonal imbalances during pregnancy, which if not managed may be associated with premature births
By Mercy Kahenda Jul. 10, 2023
Wajir, Mombasa, Siaya, Murang’a and Kisumu recorded high perinatal mortality rates. Acting Director General of Health Dr Patrick Amoth says the trend is worrying.
By Mercy Kahenda Jul. 5, 2023
Kenya has recorded a drop in fertility rate over the years according to the 2022 Kenya Demographic and Health Survey (2022 KDHS), with the population growth rate declining.
By Mercy Kahenda Jul. 4, 2023