If you are trying to have a baby or are just thinking about it, it is not too early to start getting ready for pregnancy. Preconception health and health care focus on things you can do before and between pregnancies to increase the chances of having a healthy baby.
If you frequently visit social media pages you must have come across Akothee at some point. She is a social media influencer and a musician who is well grounded to be distracted by neysayers. She is among Kenyan celebrities who have moved from grass to fame through hardwork and determination within the shortest period of time.
Irene Wangui got impregnated while in form one.Because of this, she was forced to drop out of school and get married to the father of her child.In their marriage they were blessed with 2 beautiful children.However, her husband turned into an abusive drunkard, who would beat her for no apparent reason.
Health workers embracing./Google As the coronavirus cases continue to soar in Kenya, we are being advised to take extra precaution. So far Kenya has recorded four more cases since the last one that was reported last week. Over 6000 deaths have been reported with thousands of infections around the world. But what about people who are pregnant? And are their babies at risk? There have been initial reports that suggest that COVID-19 might not hit pregnant women or their newborn babies. One reason to worry abou
Azziad gained high social media recognition country wide a few weeks ago when a video of her dancing to Utawezana hit song by Femi One featuring Mejja went viral. She has continued to gain more fans and followers on all her social media platforms especially instagram where she has more the three hundred thousand followers and has landed a few deals. Azziad has also undergone social media trolling and she has bullied by haters or at a point by even her fans, however she hasn't stopped producing her tiktok vi
When schools restart today, it is troubling that many girls will find it challenging to relearn when they are pregnant. All the 74 pregnant students in Taita Taveta County will restart their studies. County Education Director Samuel Wanjahi said attempts were made to ensure that pregnant students return to school to pursue their education continuously. "We have worked tirelessly to guarantee the return to school of all of the pregnant women. It is a government initiative that offers impacted girls a chance to