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Tips on how to manage preterm babies from...

Mothers with chronic high blood pressure and pregnancy induced pressure are at high risk of delivering preterm babies.

UPDF loses general to COVID-19

Mulindwa, who has been the UPDF acting Deputy Chief of Personnel and Administration, passed on at Mulago hospital on November 18.

Mulago medics successfully separate Siamese...

Dr. Rosemary Byanyima, noted that though this is not the first time for the hospital to handle such an operation, this is the first complex case for medics...

Lives cut short by COVID-19

Fast forward October 24, the health ministry tally of coronavirus deaths now stands at 99. The ministry has warned that the worst is yet to come, with...

Who will be crowned the next Mr Y+/Miss Y+?...

The central region is likely to be one of the hotly contested regions, judging by the way contestants answered the question-and-answer session.

Health ministry's PRO tests positive for...

In a tweet to his followers, Ainebyoona confirmed his positive status noting that he had been admitted in Mulago National Referral hospital and was responding...

Support vulnerable children - Naiya Ruparelia...

On Thursday, Ruparelia Foundation donated 240 hampers to the children at the pediatric ward at Mulago Hospital.

Health experts ask govt to abolish treatment...

They said treating top high ranking government officials abroad robs the country of huge resources which should instead be invested in the country's healthcare...

Health experts tell presidential aspirants...

Dr Watiti pointed out that a lot of money is wasted treating government officials abroad and yet citizens plight on accessing healthcare is not addressed....

Stop treating gov't officials from abroad-...

Treating top government officials from abroad robs the country of huge resources which should instead be invested in healthcare system.

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The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.