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  • Kenya Counties Begin Firing of Striking Nurses, Advertise their positions
    County governments have begun advertising positions for the nurses who are on strike even as the caregivers continued their push for better pay and promotions.   At least two counties— Kirinyaga and Kiambu— have put up notices[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
  • Pregnant Woman Tied up, Blindfolded, Suffocated to Dead
    A man was arrested in France on Sunday over the gruesome murder of a heavily pregnant woman who was suffocated in her bed, a source close to the investigation said.    The 23-year-old woman, who was eight months pregnant, was found na[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
  • Cure for Cancer: Understanding Herbal Claims Versus Chemotherapy
    • Herbal Therapy Needs Further Examination, Clinical Trials-Durosinmi-Etti • Chemotherapy Cannot Differentiate Cancer Cells From Normal Ones-Salako • Breast Cancer, Most Common In Nigeria   When Roger McCreath, was diagn[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
  • Men Above 50 Should go for Prostate Screening
    As today marks awareness week for prostrate cancer, men above 50 have been advised to go for screening without delay, even if they are without symptoms. Screening process entails a rectal examination of the prostate by a doctor, preferably an urolo[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
  • Borno Begins Immunisation as Cholera Death Toll Hits 44
    The death toll in the cholera outbreak in Borno State has hit 44.The stateís Commissioner for Health, Dr. Haruna Mshelia, disclosed this at a joint press conference by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the state Ministry of Health at t[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
  • ‘Poor Families More Likely to Suffer Heart Attacks Even if They Have Access to Healthy F...
    Fatal heart conditions plague poor people more than anyone else even if they have access to nutritious foods, a study has revealed.The new report, from Emory University School of Medicine, found that people who live in low-income communities are mo[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
  • 33 States to Miss Measles Campaign Over Delayed Payment
    States that fail to release funding for measles vaccination by September 15 will be ruled out of the next vaccination campaign, the National Primary Health Care Development Agency has warned.   Only four states have paid any part of the fu[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
  • Oyo To Vaccinate Women In Seven LGAs
    The State Health Educator, Oyo State Ministry of Health, Mrs Oluwakemi Olawoyin made the disclosure in Ibadan at a sensitization programme aimed at eliminating MNT from Oyo state.   “The general objective of the new vaccination exerc[...]
    Date Posted: 18/Sep/2017
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