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Parents warned against exposing children...

With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Uganda, the executive director of Uganda Children Authority Martin Kiiza, has cautioned parents to stop sending children...

Keep children physically active during this...

HEALTH One of the sectors that has been greatly affected by COVID-19 is education.   Edith Nankabirwa, a single mother of three residing in Lwadda,...

Physiotherapy essential in COVID-19 recovery...

Physiotherapy is one of the best ways to manage Covid-19. Find out how, in the Health and Beauty section, in today’s New Vision (Monday, September 21,2020)....

Covid-19 has 'devastating' impact on people...

For instance, 70 percent "had to cut the number of meals for their household," 77 percent had lost a job or income from work, and 73 percent said they...

COVID-19: WHO endorses protocol for virus...

WHO experts and colleagues from two other organisations "endorsed a protocol for phase III clinical trials of herbal medicine for Covid-19.

COVID-19: Kenyan prosecutor orders probe...

Several Kenyan businessmen have already been accused of siphoning off around $400 million worth of public funds destined to pay for medical equipment needed...

2,000 families in fear as Mt. Elgon cracks...

Relatedly, about 900 people from five villages in Bufooto parish, Busano sub-county in Mbale district have been displaced by landslides, following the...

Humble greens: Food for the sick

HEALTH  When sick, eating becomes particularly difficult. Loss of appetite, blisters in the mouth and throat and the prospect of throwing out whatever...

Health: How much salt is enough?

Apart from daily table salt we consume, sodium is also found in a variety of foods including milk, eggs, bread and processed meats.

Uganda's COVID-19 cases pass 6000 mark

Meanwhile, two new COVID-19 deaths have also been confirmed, according to a press statement from the health ministry. The total of COVID-19 fatalities...

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