The scientific name for black-jack weed is Bidens pilosa. Similar to other leafy greens, black-jack leaves are prepared and consumed similarly. Notably, black jack contains fat-soluble vitamins and minerals such as beta-carotene and vitamin E. For centuries, black-jack has been used to cure a range of conditions, including sexually transmitted diseases, malaria, and urinary tract infections.
Neem tree is very beneficial to our healthy since it can help cure many healthy issues like it can cure malaria, dental plaque, digestive problems, diabetes and heart disease. Neem tree has been used widely and traditionally to cure many healthy issues and in this article am going to share with you the 3 most dangerous diseases neem tree can cure and leave you feeling Healthy.
A married woman has alleged that her landlord husband of 31 years and a father of four who is HIV positive is sleeping with almost all of their female tenants for rent exemption, money and fun trips to various parts of Kenya. The lady who preferred to be identified as Atieno (her surname), said that she has never known any other man ever since she got married 31 years ago.
In the year 1991, the mighty Maseno University was established by Roman Catholic Church as a mission school for the deaf. This is the only university in Kenya that lies along the latitude 0°, equator. It is located in Maseno, Kisumu county in Nyanza region.
There are many different types of diseases in this world. Some diseases are dangerous to both human beings and animals. Many people have been admitted in different hospitals after contracting different diseases such as Covid-19, Malaria and many others. Furthermore, many families in the world are struggling to pay medical bills for their beloved relatives.
There are many different types of diseases such as Covid-19, cancer, Malaria and many others. Furthermore, some diseases are caused by deadly virus Like HIV virus is very deadly and it has killed millions of people around the world. Furthermore, the virus is spread through sharing sharp objects like razor blades and needles with infected person.
People have differed in the argument on whether technology is for the better good or evil but what we can all agree on is that technology most definitely helps in controlling community health problems. From prediction to prevention to even controlling and eradicating diseases in the community, technology is useful.
Malaria has existed for many years and we have lived knowing it exists. The disease is a serious one that can be fatal at times or just mild. The main way in which it is spread is through bites from an infected mosquito. In this article we will look at some facts about malaria that should not be ignored.
Being sick is normal and very common if you don't follow the right procedures. Make sure you practice health living in order to avoid unnecessary infections. Those who do not get sick are always regarded as best practitioners of health. Being sick; especially Malaria, Cholera, Typhoid, Common Cold, Flu and Whooping Cough is caused by our own inadequate hygienic practices.
Injection given to babies and adults to prevent certain communicable and non communicable infections that are otherwise hard to treat and have no cure. The diseases include 1. Tuberculosis 2. Poliomyelitis 3. Pneumonia 4. Hepatitis 5. Tetanus 6. Diphtheria 7. Pertussis 8.
Malaria has been the major cause of deaths for centuries especially in Africa, with more than 500,000 deaths ever year. The discovery of a vaccine to stop the virus is just the beginning of the fight against the deadly disease. Malaria, which is caused by the female anopheles mosquito has claimed millions of lives in Kenya and Africa at large.
Dr Patrick Amoth,Director General of ministry of health in Kenya said malaria vaccine will help the country stay on track in reducing the burden of malaria disease in endemic areas. He added by saying eight region will be given malaria vaccine of which he assured it's safe and has no negative impact on children.
Photo/Courtesy Road accidents are the third causes of death after Malaria according to the health reports, more often than not affecting the economically productive population in Kenya. The transport industry stakeholders blame the poor state of Kenyan roads as the leading cause of accidents. With the recent improvement of infrastructure in Kenya, however fatal road accidents continue to be reported.
WHO backs malaria vaccine for Africa_s children as a WHO General Manager Dr. Tendros Adhanom has said "This vaccine is a gift to the world but its value will be felt most in Africa". This could be the first commanded prof by WHO for malaria. Seven clinical trials was made to some African countries such as Kenya, Malawi and Ghana.By doing that, Malaria vaccine would save tens million of people losting their life very day in due of malaria infections.
The World Health Organization has recommended the widespread rollout of the first-ever malaria vaccine, in a move experts hope could save tens of thousands of children’s lives each year across Africa. Tedros Ghebreyesus, director-general of the WHO, announced the development at a media briefing on Wednesday, October 6.
Today WHO recommended mosquirix vaccine for malaria. Research for the vaccine was done in Africa countries with Kenya included. Tendros Adhanom, WHO directory general said, "The long awaited malaria vaccine is a breakthrough for science. This is a vaccine developed in Africa by African scientist and we're very proud."
The World Health Organisation, recently announced the launch of the first ever Malaria vaccine, which is also the first vaccine against any form of parasites. The trials for the vaccine were conducted in various countries across Africa, including Kenya, Malawi and Ghana, with over 800,000 children being vaccinated during the trial period that began in 2019.
AFRICA SIGHS RELIEF ON EMERGENCE OF MALARIA VACCINE. Malaria has always been the biggest blight on humanity and specifically in Africa for millennia. Its ruthless impacts have been felt on high infant mortality rates. Malaria was discovered in Africa between 2.5 million to 30 million years ago.
It's good news to Africa after news emerges that the vaccine for malaria has been developed. This will save many lives especially among the children who mainly die of Malaria in Africa where Malaria is extremely prevalent. The fact that a vaccine has been developed against Malaria is clearly a confirmation that Africa we have many kids lives saved moving into the future.
Malaria is known to be a common killer disease for children below five years of age. It is common in the sub-saharan regions in Africa. It is now a relief as malaria vaccine is out. After three years of trial on the vaccine, World Health Organization finally approves of it efficiency and recommends it use.