Health

The ongoing cholera outbreak in Somalia started in December 2017.

Source: Situation Report for Cholera, Ministry of Health, Somali Federal Republic Figure 1. Number of confirmed and suspected cholera cases in Somalia reported from February 2017 through February 2018 The ongoing cholera outbreak in Somalia started in December 2017. As of 18 March 2018, a total of 1613 cholera cases, including nine deaths (case fatality

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Mayor -The Ministry of Health is working to provide health services to the Benadir regional community

Mogadishu, The Governor of Benadir region and Mogadishu Mayor Mr Abdirahman Omar Osman met with Somali Health Minister Mrs Fowsia Abiikar Nuur and discussed the development of Benadir health services. Mayor said that it was committed to improving health services in the region, as there is currently a need for a strong public health services

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Cholesterol Control drawbacks of having a diet high in fat. High-fat diet has been linked to high cholesterol and ultimately to heart attacks.

Hence, people need to started avoiding beef and eggs. But cholesterol is not bad. Our body needs it to protect nerves and build new cells and hormones. It is only when we include foods like pizzas, burgers, ice creams, steaks or any food containing animal product that the problem starts. Excess cholesterol settles along the

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Tobacco use is a variety of illnesses

Before we enter the theme of this article, first we describe it, what is it from Tobaco? What kind of Tobacco , is which is used to describe people who eat as food from active, but on the other side health problem is brought to Kenya and is driven by khat. Investigations have been made

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Shamsa Abdullahi Bybook: A champion for Somali women’s reproductive health rights

Mogadishu – Shamsa Abdullahi Bybook was a young nurse in her twenties when she fled the mounting chaos and tensions of Mogadishu in 1989 to start a new life in the United Kingdom. She became an experienced midwife at a North London hospital with a master’s degree from Middlesex University and raised a family. But

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African patients twice as likely to die after surgery report

Patients in African hospitals are twice as likely to die after surgery than the average patient across the globe, and the most common complications suffered after operations are infections. These are the findings of a new study, which reports on a survey covering 11,422 patients in 247 hospitals in 25 low- and middle-income countries The

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SUFFERERS OF BOTH TYPE 2 DIABETES AND SLEEP APNOEA COULD LOSE EYESIGHT WITHIN FOUR YEARS

Research led by the University of Birmingham has discovered that patients who suffer from both Type 2 diabetes and obstructive sleep apnoea are at greater risk of developing a condition that leads to blindness within an average period of less than four years. Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is a condition where the walls of the

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CAN GREEN TEA HELP STOP HAIR LOSS?

a potential DHT blocker. In this article I’ll review the scientific evidence to see if you should be adding green tea to your daily supplement list. Green tea was originally grown in China, but now is grown in other places as well. It can be used either as a drink or an extract. The claims about what

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LOW BLOOD SUGAR CAUSE-EFFECT!!

Skipping meals is just one low blood sugar cause you need to avoid. When you skip meals your body is starved for nutrients and doesn’t really know what to do with itself. When your body does not know what to do with itself it will eventually tell you it needs food by sending signals that

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BRUMMIES REGISTER TO HELP MEND BROKEN HEARTS

A charity fundraising event in support of the British Heart Foundation (BHF) has been organised to help mend broken hearts. The event organised by volunteers from the Handsworth BHF Fundraising Group takes place on Sunday 17 September to raise funds for the BHF. John Doherty, age 53, an accountant who lives in Sutton Coldfield has

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