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5 years ago

Is Kenya Disaster-Prepared? Be safe. Tips On How To Use A Go-bag In Kenya

The Kenya we live today is faced by many problems, among which insecurity ranks first. Disasters in Kenya seem to strike from all corners. The big question the Kenyans are faced with is, how prepared is Kenya in case of disasters? Are there mitigation measures put in place in Kenya to prevent or to minimise effect of a disaster? So, you may have watched a news item or listened to some Kenyan somewhere lamenting on how his house was burnt down with him barely managing to save anything. Or perhaps you’ve heard of stories of forced evacuations in Kenya with houses being torn down without  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Patients Bill Of Right In Kenya

A patient in Kenya is any person who goes to the hospital to seek health care either in out-patient or in-patient basis. Out-patients in Kenya are those who seek consultation or are treated and go back home while in-patients are those who are admitted in the hospital for further management. Bill of right in Kenya is the right of a patient which should be granted when seeking health care in any hospital in Kenya. These rights are meant to protect against infringement.

In Kenya, bill of right for patients is usually written at the rece  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

How To Manage Diabetes In Kenya

Diabetes mellitus in Kenya is an endocrine (disease) disorder which is characterized by high level of blood glucose level that comes as a result of a problem in insulin secretion or insulin. Insulin is a hormone involved in glucose metabolism (production and storage), and it is produced by pancrease. The other hormones involved in glucose metabolism are glucagon, adrenaline, growth hormone and somatotrophin.

In Kenya, diabetes mellitus is a common disease that is diagnosed frequently and mostly in adults. Diabetes mellitus in Kenya is mostly managed at District Hospitals (such as Ki  Continue reading ...