Photo: Courtesy Early this year the Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) cautioned the public against the use of the blue pills without the prescription of a doctor. This came after many people were said to have been killed by the much loved pills that even the young energetic men are now going for.
Many people don't understand why or how other people become addicted to drugs. They may mistakenly think that those who use drugs lack moral principles or willpower and that they could stop their drug use simply by choosing to. In reality, drug addiction is a complex disease, and quitting usually takes more than good intentions or a strong will.
Medication has the potential to affect your memory. This could be as a result of a particular drug or a drug's interaction with another. Always check your doctor before discontinuing any medication. In this post, I'll discuss medicines that, if taken in excess, can induce memory loss.
For a long time, pressure have been put on men to perform In relationships which have forced most of them to go for any method that would boost their performance or risk their relationship breaking. Blue pills or ED drugs or scientifically known as phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors which when taken, relax the muscles and increase blood flow in the men's "cassava" which then helps them perform better.
Bhang is an illegal drug in Kenya and it have been trafficked in Kenya more from other neighbouring countries mostly Ethiopia. Recently police have nabbed more than 50kgs of bhang being transported to Nairobi from North Eastern parts of Kenya where it is regarded it is chipped into Kenya from Ethiopia.
A student from a local secondary school in Kabarnet town, Eldoret as left the entire town shocked after he drunk himself beyond recognition hours after breaking for holidays. The student is said to have gone to one of the joints and drunk himself having all the freedom from the school after a rigorous term.
Why drug abuse is rampant amongst youths Drug abuse amongst youth is yet to become a disaster, in every village the chances of finding a school dropout is 75%. Most drop off school mainly because of drugs and substance abuse. The question is why are drugs an issue in the country?
Four youthful men were yesterday nabbed while transporting 30 kilogrammes of bhang in a private vehicle, hidden under the bonnet. The arrest followed a sting operation by police after bhang worth Sh2 million were recovered along the road for the past two months with the latest one being seized on Thursday at Archer's Post.
User Mosque and church attendances have greatly improved amongst drug addicts undergoing methadone treatment in Lamu Island in recent times. The methadone treatment has also resulted in reduced cases of violence and crimes committed by drug addicts in Lamu Town. On March 5 this year, Muslims Education and Welfare Association (MEWA), sponsored by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), through The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in partnership with the County Government of Lamu and the national government launched the first ever Methadone Clinic at the King Fahad County Hospital in Lamu Town.
Drug traffickers have found new ways to transport substances hidden in clothing. DCI director George Kinoti said a cache of drugs hidden in two shipments was intercepted following a whistleblower. Morphine and cocaine concealed in kitenge buttons were seized Thursday at JKIA.Morphine belongs to a class of drugs called opioid pain relievers.
In human beings, the heart is the most essential part of the circulatory system, is responsible for pumping blood and other nutrients such as oxygen, glucose in the body through all parts of the body. When the heart fails in this regard, a lot of organs are affected such as the brain and spinal cord.
User Local leaders, activists and elders have decried the lack of proper infrastructure to fight the drug menace in Lamu East Sub-County. Lamu East region is the biggest consumer of drugs in the entire county. It is also the biggest market and peddling point for all drugs making entry into Lamu as a region.
Photo: Courtesy Even with the vaccines being administered, the Delta strain continues to cause some breakthrough infections. Because of that there are efficacious drugs and treatments that doctors are using to contain the situation. Since the pandemic began, some drugs have been repurposed to help in fighting the virus.
Healthcare is a very sensitive sector in Kenya. The national government of Kenya made healthcare service free to its citizens so as to reduce mortality rate. Initially when citizens were charged high amount of money in healthcare facilities, many people who could not afford the services died for lack of medical attention.
Following the reemergence of the illicit trade, the government has announced a slew of measures aimed at controlling drug trafficking along the Isiolo-Moyale route. Barely two months after it was first discovered, more than Sh2 million worth of bhang has been found in Archer's Post. Under the hood of a private car, four young guys were transporting 30 kg of marijuana.
The treatment of COVID-19 will now be possible after the development of an antiviral drug. The drug known as Merck's antiviral pill is now going further testing as it waits approval. The drug will be used to treat people who are in critical stages of the Corona virus infection.
Drug abuse has been known as a killer of people’s dream and career, drug abuse started long time ago and it is widely abused in many countries around the world. The reason is because some people find it as a lifestyle while other nations have legalized the use of all drugs.
In this world we are living in there are things that we like ignoring because their impacts are not that adverse . This ignorance leads to great suffering and regret. Some of these things include the following; 1. Technology. Due to highly improved technology globaly, the world has become a global village where.
The rise of Covid 19 in the country has been evident and thus most residents are now afraid of the disease. The government have been urging residents to follow the Ministry of Health directives so as to curb the faster spread of the disease including social distancing, wearing mask and continuous washing of hands.
Photo: Reuters An experimental antiviral pill known as ‘molnupiravir’ was able to reduce hospitalizations and deaths by 50% in people at risk of severe illness in the latest research published by drug maker Merck & Co., NBC News reported on their website. NBC News said the company is planning to apply for ‘emergency use’ authorization to all medicine regulators across the world including the USA’s Food & Drug Administration.