End of AIDS’ still possible by 2030 – UN
Botswana, Eswatini, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe have already achieved what is called the 95-95-95 targets.
Uganda faces a surge in Internet addiction-related mental health cases
Psychiatrists are reporting a new wave of mental illness caused by excessive internet use and digital platform addiction
Here’s Why Your Scabs Always Itch
Maybe you picked a pimple or fell and scraped your knee, but beyond the initial pain of the injury, the worst is over, right? Well, not unless you count the constant itching that accompanies a scab as the body mends itself.
Blood clots: A life-threatening condition
A blood clot can slow or block normal blood flow, and even break loose and travel to an organ (embolism), which can cause a heart attack, stroke, or a pulmonary embolism (PE), the top three cardiovascular killers.
High TB cases worry Bushenyi leaders
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), TB is an infectious disease that most often affects the lungs. A type of bacteria causes it. It spreads through the air when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or spits
Weight-loss jabs investigated for suicide risk
Europe’s drugs regulator is conducting a review of some weight-loss jabs after being alerted to a possible link to thoughts of suicide and self-harm among users
Smartwatches may provide early Parkinson’s diagnosis
Smartwatches might help diagnose Parkinson’s disease up to seven years ahead of symptoms, a study suggests.
What Causes Fingernails To Split Down The Middle
While we may experience the occasional snag or crack off the top of the nail, such as when clipping them, we don’t often think about our nails splitting right down the middle like a crack from an earthquake. So why might this happen?
Uganda to get a first-ever malaria vaccine
In response to the high demand for the first-ever malaria vaccine, Uganda has been listed among 12 African countries that will be allocated 18 million doses of RTS, S/AS01 for the 2023–2025 period.