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  • How to treat vaginal bacteria

    How to treat vaginal bacteria

    Bacterial Vaginosis a condition that affects one in three women at some. Yes, bacterial vaginosis affects one in three women at some time. According to Dr Corne Brink, gynaecologis ...

  • What is listeria? Signs and symptoms of Listeriosis

    What is listeria? Signs and symptoms of Listeriosis

    Listeriosis is food poisoning caused by eating foods contaminated with the Listeria monocytogenes bacterium. In pregnant women, the infection can result in miscarriage, premature d ...

  • Tanzanian hospital embraces voice recognition technology

    Tanzanian hospital embraces voice recognition technology

    The Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) in Dar es Salaam has become the first public hospital in Tanzania to use voice recognition technology. The new technology will help doctors to ...

  • Nigerian doctors separate conjoined twins

    Nigerian doctors separate conjoined twins

    A baby girl conjoined with an unresponsive twin has survived after surgeons carried out a successful separation in the northern Nigerian city of Bauchi. Seven surgeons, doctors and ...

How to treat vaginal bacteria

How to treat vaginal bacteria

Bacterial Vaginosis a condition that affects one in three women at some. Yes, bacterial vaginosis affects one in three women at some time. According to Dr Corne Brink, gynaecologi ...

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What is listeria? Signs and symptoms of Listeriosis

What is listeria? Signs and symptoms of Listeriosis

Listeriosis is food poisoning caused by eating foods contaminated with the Listeria monocytogenes bacterium. In pregnant women, the infection can result in miscarriage, premature ...

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Tanzanian hospital embraces voice recognition technology

Tanzanian hospital embraces voice recognition technology

The Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) in Dar es Salaam has become the first public hospital in Tanzania to use voice recognition technology. The new technology will help doctors t ...

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Nigerian doctors separate conjoined twins

Nigerian doctors separate conjoined twins

A baby girl conjoined with an unresponsive twin has survived after surgeons carried out a successful separation in the northern Nigerian city of Bauchi. Seven surgeons, doctors an ...

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The Ecobank Foundation commits US$ 750,000 to help eradicate malaria in Mozambique

The Ecobank Foundation commits US$ 750,000 to help eradicate malaria in Mozambique

As part of its partnership with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the Ecobank Foundation is donating US$ 750,000 to the Ministry of Health in Mozambique to ...

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Somaliland ‘bans female genital mutilation’

Somaliland ‘bans female genital mutilation’

The self-declared republic of Somaliland's government has issued a fatwa, or religious edict, banning female genital mutilation and promising to punish violators, the Voice of Ame ...

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6 cooler weight loss resolution tips

6 cooler weight loss resolution tips

Just get real and set yourself some easily attainable goals for the year ahead on the journey towards being a healthier person. Come on, just start with a few small steps and in 2 ...

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Adesina calls for immediate action over global malnutrition

Adesina calls for immediate action over global malnutrition

African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina has called for urgent action from stakeholders over the deepening crisis of global malnutrition. Adesina made the call as he jo ...

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Fasting is good for you – Why?

Fasting is good for you – Why?

There are many reasons why people do intermittent fasting. While most may do it for religious reasons, others are persuaded by the desire to lose weight or the belief that it deto ...

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MSF fights cholera in the DRC – 17000 treated

MSF fights cholera in the DRC – 17000 treated

Cholera outbreak is regular in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Year after year, the “disease of the dirty hands” crosses new thresholds of spread, making the DRC the most ...

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