HEALTH & WELLNESS

PART OF ME DIED WITH MY BABY

Christine is one of those girls whose smile can brighten up the dullest of rooms. She laughs from her stomach. Hers is what I would describe as a “bubbly personality.”…

 
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RIGHT HERE BY MY SIDE’ – THE STORY OF A BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR AND HER HERO HUSBAND

It is a few minutes past noon, the hot Kisumu sun is out. On this Tuesday you will be forgiven to think it summoned all its relatives to join in….

 
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Philip Ogola – the brave ‘Digital Humanitarian’ who ran towards the blasts and gunshots as everyone else ran away from Dusit Complex

Tuesday the 15th of January was to end like another normal day for Philip Ogola popularly known as ‘The Digital Humanitarian.’ He was home early eager to help the kids…

 
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Tales of triumph over cancer despite prohibitive cost of treatment

The doctors told my dad to take me home and make me comfortable. There was nothing else they could do, I had about 14 days to live. I had gone…

 
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Equity Insurance Agency unveils a healthcare product for the diaspora Market

Equity Insurance Agency has launched a healthcare product targeted at the diaspora market to benefit their loved ones back home. The product dubbed ‘Equimed’ is a reliable, affordable and flexible…

 
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The pain of losing a daughter, the agony of not being able to bury her

I just watched an interview of Bobby Stewart Onyango on NTV’s Better Living with Kobi Kihara and my heart sunk – almost quite literally. I remember his words on Facebook,…

 
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Jubilee’s Handling of the Cholera Outbreak – Election Year Politicking, Malice or Incompetence?

During the height of the Ebola crisis in 2014, African leaders deftly avoided discussing the impact of corruption, incompetence and poor governance on their ability to contain the disease. Part…

 
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Protracted doctors strike was an indictment to Kenya’s leadership

The nationwide doctors’ strike which started in December 2016 has now been resolved after more than 100 days without provision of basic healthcare at government health facilities. The protracted impasse’…

 
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How doctors are winning the moral war waged against them by government

Today marks 43 days since doctors downed their tools demanding better working conditions. Among the key issues in the contested 2013 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) was a 300% pay hike…

 
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Why we should blame corruption for the deaths following doctors’ strike

Kenya’s health sector is in urgent need of a cure. A doctors’ strike in public health facilities is today (Friday) on it’s fourth day with more than 20 lives which…

 
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