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Fathers abandon children with hydrocephalus...

'Sometimes rats invade and nibble some of my son's body parts when I am away. He cannot help himself at all'

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Uganda looks to Point of Care innovations...

Point of care technology will also be used for Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) which will improve infants survival once they start early on HIV medication....

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Working within sector's budget to promote...

The sh2.3 trillion allocated to the health sector for this financial year is too little.

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Young mothers abandon breastfeeding for fear...

'The young population and corporate mothers have not given enough time to breastfeeding their children, which exposes them to diseases such as cancer'...

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14-year-old succumbs to strange disease in...

Samples sent to the laboratory have all tested negative for the known viral hemorrhagic fevers such as Ebola, rift valley fever, Crimean hemorrhagic fever,...

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A satisfying sexual partner good for health...

According to Kazibwe, failure to satisfy your sexual partner is a disability.

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Spina Bifida, hydrocephalus patients run...

'The drugs are currently not anywhere in the country and the children have been relying on donations from International federation for spine Bifida and...

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Adjumani health system limping under weight...

Currently, the district planning is based on the host population figures disregarding the refugees.

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US surgeons to carry out medical operations...

The team had been cleared and certified by the Ministry of health in Uganda, to carry out medical treatment and operations.

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Government calls for local drug manufacturers...

According to NDA, 80% of all pharmaceutical products consumed in Uganda are imported from China and India.

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World leaders applaud joint Nobel...

Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Yazidi campaigner Nadia Murad jointly won the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize.