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Health journalist Elizabeth Merab reveals her personal health story

For the very first time, Elizabeth Merab, the award-winning health and science Journalist has shared her personal health story. In a short video posted on her Twitter timeline, Merab spoke with Emmanuel Yegon, the Co-founder and Communications Director at Mobile...

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines land in Kenya

Kenya has received a consignment of 504,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. The vaccines that came in late last evening were received by officials from the Ministry of Health (MoH) at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.  The latest consignment was acquired...

Kenyans should double efforts in tree planting to mitigate the current effects of climate change

Kenyans have been urged to double efforts in tree planting in a bid to mitigate the current effects of climate change.This was said by Zellipah Githui Founder and Director of Gitzell FairTrade International. Gitzell FairTrade is a Pan-African organization...

Letter By 100 Medical Experts Shows How Misguided Tobacco Control Policies Are Failing To Prevent Deaths

A LETTER by one hundred of the world’s leading tobacco and nicotine experts calling on governments to demand that the World Health Organization (WHO) reforms its strategy to prevent tobacco-related deaths has been welcomed by local non-profit, Campaign for...

Integrated Molecular Imaging Centre for Cancer opened in Kenya

In a major milestone for the fight against cancer in Kenya, the President of the Republic of Kenya, His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta, has inaugurated the first publicly-owned comprehensive Integrated Molecular Imaging Centre for the diagnosis and treatment of Cancer...

Supermarkets rush to remove contaminated Ceres Juice from shelves

Supermarkets have withdrawn South African food and beverage manufacturer Pioneer Foods' Ceres apple juice brands after the juice maker confirmed certain batches of the product sold in Kenya were affected by contamination of mould toxins. The Retail Traders Association said...

Which way for fast-emerging tobacco products?

More than seven million people die globally from direct tobacco use annually. Another estimated 1.2 million non-smokers die as a result of exposure to second-hand smoke. The use of tobacco has been identified as a key health risk factor...

Blood Clots an Urgent Health Problem in Africa Experts Warn

Today, globally recognized as World Thrombosis Day, the public, healthcare professionals and policymakers throughout Africa are encouraged to keep their "Eyes Open to Thrombosis" and work together to address thrombosis as an urgent global health issue. A campaign of the...

Ghana’s proposed anti-LGBTQ law may have been inspired by a far-right US group

CNN’s David McKenzie reports from Ghana as the country’s parliament is set to debate a bill – framed in the guise of “family values” – that critics from the LGBTQ community call a “homophobe’s dream.” The draft "Promotion of Proper...

MORL’S MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TO NAKURU LEVEL V HOSPITAL

Menengai Oil Refineries Limited earlier today paid a courtesy call and made donations to Nakuru Level 5 Hospital. Among the donations were medical equipment, a television set and an assortment of personal hygiene and food products to the medical facility. These...
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Safaricom Foundation’s Ndoto Zetu Initiative to benefit over 1m Kenyans

Safaricom Foundation's third phase of its Ndoto Zetu initiative is set to benefit over 1.2 million people across the...
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