Pharmacy and Poisons Board Issues a Warning Against Using This Pain Killer to avoid Risk of Heart
The Pharmacy and Poisons Board of Kenya is the Drug Regulatory Authority established under the Pharmacy and Poisons Act, Chapter 244 of the Laws of Kenya. The pharmacy and poisons Board also regulate the practice and general conduct of Pharmacists and also the Traders of drugs and poisons.The board has issued a stern warning against the use of diclofenac, a commonly used pain killer.
Patients told to return recalled ARVS
In the country, there are different types of diseases. Some diseases are curable, while others are not. Further, the HIV virus has killed millions of people in different countries. Most HIV victims are dependent on drugs like ARVs. According to the source, new details have just emerged about the ARVs that were supplied a few days ago.
Siaya Health CEC Bags Top Award While The Situation In Siaya Referral Hospital Keeps Deteriorating
Siaya County Health CEC Mr. Dismas Odhiambo Wakla has emerged as the top Executive in Siaya County for the second time in a row. Mr. Wakla's record of tenacity and aspiring for excellence even when working with unmotivated health personnel is well-known. He was appointed to the Health docket after an illustrious tenure at Lands and by far remains an outstanding performer in Governor Rasanga's lackluster cabinet.
Government Warns on this DNA Test Kits being Circulated Online
According to a post shared by Kenyans.co.ke on Facebook, government agency clarified that it had not authorised any institutions, whether local or international, to market or sell the kits in the country. Pharmacy and poisons Board (PPB) said that they have noted that DNA test kits are being marketed on digital platforms for retail in the market.
Ruto's Government Warns Against Usage Of Shs. 800 Home DNA Kit, Wants The Following Arrested
President William Samoei Arap Ruto's administration has today come out to warn Kenyans against purchasing or using of home DNA testing kits, saying anyone selling them is doing so illegally. In a message sent by the Government through the Pharmacy and Poisons Board Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Fred Siyoi warned that the Sh800 testing kits being marketed to Kenyans should not be bought by the public.
AVOID Self Medication With This Drug, Government Warns On It's Health Issues.
Kenyans have a habit of self medicating themselves whenever they have a health problem not knowing the risk they maybe putting themselves under. Today, the government under the pharmacy and poisons board warned Kenyans to take caution on the drug painkiller referred to as Diclofenac. Most Kenyans use it when they have inflammations like arthritis.