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85% of people in Kampala, Wakiso suffer stroke...

According to Ibrahim Bukenya, the principal physiotherapist stroke rehabilitation center, Wampeewo, currently statics of stroke cases are not yet stated;...

Immunisation week in pictures

The week-long mass measles and rubella immunisation exercise was targeting 18 million children.

Cancer fight goes to the golf course

It is for that reason that 140 golfers will take to the Kitante course on Friday to raise funds that they will pass on to the Uganda Women’s Cancer Support...

Government urged on health financing, staffing...

Researchers made recommendations while presenting policy papers on health in Kampala recently.

UN urges rival Libya forces to agree humanitarian...

The UN mission in Libya "calls on all parties to accept a humanitarian truce for Eid Al-Adha", it said in a statement on Twitter late Thursday, referring...

WHO calls for investment in adolescent health...

The adolescent pregnancy rate in Uganda is still high at 25% and HIV is also very high in the adolescents

Per capita health spending up but below global...

Out of Uganda’s sh7.5 trillion total expenditure on health, about 41% comes from individuals paying out of their pockets for health services, 42% from...

Scientists inventing new TB vaccine

According to World Health Organisation (WHO) TB is the ninth leading cause of death worldwide and the leading cause from a single infectious agent, ranking...

App to measure tobacco control legislation...

The Tobacco Control Act is meant to control the demand and consumption of tobacco and its products, to control the supply of tobacco and its products to...

Women demand two hours recess to breastfeed...

“We call up on the legislators to make laws that make it compulsory for every employer to establish a breast feeding centre to enable mothers support proper...

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