The Best Sorts Of Workouts To Do While Breastfeeding
Along with providing benefits to the mother, moderate exercise during pregnancy has also been linked to a decreased risk of future chronic health conditions for breastfed infants, including diabetes, heart disease, and obesity.
Suspected Ebola case turns out negative
According to media reports, the suspected case was a man who exhibited Ebola-like symptoms before collapsing and dying at the trading center in Jinja
Guaifenesin: WHO issues alert over another India-made cough syrup
The latest alert comes months after the WHO linked other cough syrups made in India to child deaths in The Gambia and Uzbekistan.
Candida auris: What is the deadly fungus sweeping through US hospitals?
If it gets inside the body, the yeast-type fungus can affect the bloodstream, the nervous system, and several internal organs.
Surgeons Warn of health sector crisis
The Association of Surgeons of Uganda has asked the Health Ministry to immediately deploy 1,091 medical interns as medical officers on probation and pay them salaries instead of allowances.
Leicester academics awarded for AI Covid-19 detection research
The University of Leicester researchers have won an award for using artificial intelligence (AI) to detect Covid-19. The university said the system had a 97.14% accuracy rate.
WHO launches new initiative to improve pandemic preparedness
Through the initiative, WHO will use a mode of transmission approach to guide countries in pandemic planning, given that many capacities and capabilities are common among groups of pathogens.
Ask the doctor: How can I avoid infecting others with chicken pox?
The disease is most common in children under the age of 10 years where it may cause itchy blisters on the chest, back, and face before it spreads to the rest of the body.
Sustainable access to medical oxygen key
The challenge has always been scarcity and when there is a disease outbreak such as the Covid-19, oxygen cylinders are out of stock.
Kenya did not absorb Sh200m Global Fund money, audit reveals
An audit report has revealed that the Sh200 million advanced to Kenya by partners for the Global Fund HIV/Aids program was not utilized.
WHO urges increased implementation of recommended tools to combat malaria
If implemented broadly, WHO estimates that malaria vaccines could save the lives of tens of thousands of children each year.
Emergency health task force blamed over ‘slumbering’ in the absence of disease outbreak
Health experts have blamed the unpopularity of one health approach on the emergency health task force whom they accuse of ‘slumbering’ when there is no disease outbreak.
Scientists plan to eliminate RVF in livestock
In cattle and other animals, Rift Valley Fever (RVF) causes abortion of the fetus and usually leads to high death rates in calves.
Why Ruto changed his tune on the WHO hub
Geopolitics may have played a role in President William Ruto’s decision to grant the World Health Organization (WHO) 30 acres of land belonging to Kenyatta University.