The government in collaboration with Ministry of health, is still fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic changed the lives of Kenyans as some lost their jobs, loved ones among others. However, the Covid-19 situation seems to be under control following a decline in positivity rate.
Photo: Courtesy Most people will tell you that they do not like vegetables and would prefer not to take them most of the times. Their reasons are that vegetables taste bitter, lack flavour or are bland. This might be because most people do not know how to prepare them properly.
The world is facing a lot of challenges. Currently, people are battling with covid-19 pandemic. The disease has claimed many lives across the globe. Climate change is another serious challenge that is threatening human existence. Unpredictable weather patterns have complicated human activities. We are experiencing floods and drought in unexpected places.
Photo: Courtesy Over the last few months, there have been cases of post vaccination infections being reported despite people receiving their doses. The World Health Organization (WHO) has cautioned that post vaccination cases are possible because no vaccine is 100 percent effective. A new research conducted by the American Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that a person can get infected with COVID-19 because of a decline in vaccines efficacy with time.
Photo: Courtesy In developed countries like the US, the citizens are expected to start receiving booster shots any time this month. People are eager in other parts of the world to get all the doses to be protected from the COVID-19 at all cost. Even with the eagerness to get additional doses to be more protected, it is good to know if you are eligible.
Photo: Courtesy As cases of post vaccination infections continue to be reported among vaccinated people in different parts of the world, many individuals are worried about how protected they are against coronavirus. Even though no vaccine is 100 percent effective, the World Health Organization (WHO) insists that getting your shots is best way to remain healthy.
Corona virus pandemic has become one of the deadliest diseases in the whole world. Many people are getting Infected while others are dying each and every after 24 hours. The World Health Organization is trying their best to make sure that Covid-19 Vaccine reaches all nations in the world and indeed is helping alot.
Photo: Courtesy Nothing has ever brought changes to people’s daily lives like the COVID-19 pandemic. The virus that is responsible for the change also keeps on changing taking different forms. The new variants of the virus have brought new problems and now, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), 99 percent of all the new cases in the world are caused by Delta strain.
Photo: Courtesy Since the pandemic began, most people have learnt that life should not be taken for granted. COVID-19 has taught us that life can quickly be lost. However, there are habits that if we adopt then we can live a healthy and quality life.
Cancer is a life-threatening disease that claims the lives of millions of individuals each year throughout the world. The good news is that a healthy, nutritious diet can prevent up to 33% of malignancies, according to the World Health Organization. A variety of foods, beverages, and spices can help reduce your cancer risk.
Photo: Courtesy In the past years getting an efficacious and safe vaccine to curb the spread of HIV infections has been a difficult task but researchers are now working on a HIV vaccine that could soon hit the market. The scientists are utilizing Moderna’s mRNA vaccine model to target HIV and its trails are expected to begin this month.
Photo: Courtesy With coronavirus ravaging the globe because of the highly contagious Delta variant, you may be excused for thinking that every itch in your throat or sneeze is COVID-19. However, there are specific symptoms that could indicate a COVID-19 infection or Indian variant infection. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), for those who have not been vaccinated, the symptoms are more evident.
Human life on earth can be considered short if we compare it with the life span of other animals. While humans have an average life expectancy of 72 years, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are several living things on the planet that do not die and some may live for thousands of years.
Photo: Courtesy Many people are guilty of not taking time to get off their desks to go for lunch. This they believe that will save them time by not leaving the work area to quickly grab something to eat before continuing with their work. What most people do not know is that it may have negative impacts on your health in various ways.
The President of the United States of America reveals the one tool that can be used to cure COVID 19
After murdering millions of people around the world, the corona virus, which originated in a Wuhan lab in China, sent the entire world into a frenzy. This compelled the World Health Organization to try to come up with a remedy that would spare the affected countries from the virus's devastating impacts.
There has been some myth that Covid19 has a long term effect on pregnancy and fertility in womem,but it is not advisable to spread rumours without any proof since it may lead disbelief among other people causing them not to get a Covid19 vaccine which is important to their health.
Covid-19 vaccination process is currently ongoing across the world. Most of the vaccines have to be issued twice in a span of about one month and become fully effective two weeks after the second jab. As of 15th September 2021, only about 2,353,534 people had received the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine in Kenya, representing 4.5% of the total population.
Photo: Courtesy Many people do not think about falling sick until you fall ill. What if most of the things that we unknowingly do are actually ruining your life. Here are some of the everyday habits that are deadly; 1. Sleeping wrong Photo: Courtesy Anybody who is concerned about their health will tell you how significant sleep is.
Photo: Courtesy Just like the other vaccines, your COVID-19 vaccines are not going to prevent from catching the disease 100 percent. COVID-19 vaccines are going to boost your immunity so that you don’t come down with the virus when it strikes. With the highly contagious Delta variant still ravaging, some individuals are likely to get post vaccination infections after their vaccination shots.
Photo: Courtesy Did you know that your urban, town and housing design is directly linked to your well-being? Well, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), poor design decisions can have a negative impact on your health. Poor design in your area will mean that you don’t easily get housing, medical care, social services, clothing, food and security, factors that are very essential for comfortable life.