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WHO: Stroke leading in non-communicable diseases deaths

HEALTH & SCIENCE

About 12.6 million people reportedly die every year from environmental risk factors such as air, water and soil pollution.

WHO: Stroke leading in non-communicable diseases deaths

By Graham Kajilwa | 5 years ago

Hope for patients with terminal rare blood cancers

Hope for patients with terminal rare blood cancers

Two men from different backgrounds, work and skin colour, one day - years apart, visited a hospital with similar and painful symptoms.

James Wanzala | 5 years ago

Three weeks of heartburn 'could be a sign of cancer'

Having heartburn most days for three weeks or more can be a sign of cancer, according to a health campaign.

Mirror | 6 years ago

Understanding ulcers

Hyperacidity, duodenal and stomach ulcers are what we refer to as peptic ulcer disease. An ulcer is an open sore in the lining of the stomach or duodenum. The duodenum is the first part of the small intestine that the stomach opens into.

| 11 years ago

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