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Families with cerebral palsy victims in Kabarole...

“My husband abandoned me six years ago when I gave birth to a child with cerebral palsy. Since then, I have been struggling to take care of my children....

Leading Covid-19 vaccine trial resumes in...

Trials began at the end of August and group head Pascal Soriot said last month that the vaccine could still be ready by the end of the year, despite the...

Neglected tropical diseases cause the loss...

Schistosomiasis (Bilharzia) and soil-transmitted helminthiasis (worm infections including round worm, whip worm and hook worm) are the most prevalent Neglected...

TB patients still at large — health ministry...

Uganda registers an average of 240 TB infections on a daily basis.

Govt urged to raise budget for medical interns...

If the Government implements parliament’s recommendation, intern doctors and pharmacists will each be earning a gross salary of sh3m and intern nurses...

Govt deploys 10 ambulances on major highways...

The ambulances classified as class B, are aimed at improving emergency and accident response along major highways in Uganda.

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,...

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.

COVID-19: People with NCDS to suffer severe...

This is because most governments have prioritised response to COVID-19 and leaving out health services for NCDs, yet these chronic conditions require continuous...

Makerere ranked 5th best University in Africa...

This is the latest Times Higher Education world university rankings, an annual publication of university rankings by the UK’s Times Higher Education magazine....

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