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‘Sugar Rush’ is nothing but a myth

Four researchers from different universities have debunked a popular myth that consuming a lot of sugar puts one in better mood widely known as...

Hope as second HIV patient ‘freed’ from the virus

A HIV patient in London, who was diagnosed in 2003, has been freed from the virus after a stem cell transplant, BBC has reported. The...

Scientists discover new chlamydia treatment

The traditional treatment of antibiotic that develop resistance and extensive medication could cause reproductive issues

Reversible male contraceptive inspired from layered cocktail

For ages women have beared the burden of using contraceptive while the males are limited to few birth control options that are irreversible

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Whipped and Stripped! A Survivor’s Tale of Harrowing Brutality in a Mental Hospital

The lack of a long-term vision and inadequate resourcing of mental hospital infrastructures continues to take a toll on Kenya’s mentally ill patients.

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This strategic move is in line with indaHash vision to cement its presence in Africa, following its impactful footprint in South Africa since 2017 and successful collaborations with clients like the South African Tourism Board.

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Running from December 4th to 25th, the SportPesa campaign promises daily excitement with six lucky winners expected to walk away with Ksh5,000 daily.

Captain William Ruto: President’s Namesake With a Decorated Career

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Amazing Origin of ‘Pesa’ and How Shilling Overtook Foreign Currencies

With the establishment of individual Central Banks for the three East African countries, Kenya began printing and minting its own shilling currency notes under the mandate given to the Central Bank of Kenya in 19676.