It is amazing that though we are reaching out into the universe to explore outer worlds – we still have not worked out how immunity to malaria is accomplished in adults. The score remains: malaria A+, humans C+. We are trying, but it’s not good enough.
But alcoholism, any form of addiction, screams of a lack of connection and feelings of isolation.
Malaria and anaemia are a common occurrence in African children under the age of five. Studies have shown that there could be more to this relationship that meets the eye
Hope you had a nice break and are ready to take on 2017. Started with a good note for me with this article published in the Daily nation last week…. The-meter-says-you-are-hypertensive-Take-the-test-again Interesting how things are not always as straight forward as we hope.
The problem with PEPFAR – providing us HIV drugs, GAVI- providing us money to buy our vaccines – is that a terribly important aspect of our health is in someone else’s control.
When doctors strike, it’s not just another government worker on strike, they are too close to life and death.
The one thing that is rarely discussed when it comes to diabetes is the number of amputations that occur each year as a result of the disease.
Although we are 8 billion of us in the small planet, the world has never been so lonely. Face to face connection with people is a mental gym session we cannot take for granted.
These are the days when the blind lead the blind. Trump is leading the world, Humble is treating the sick.
Suffering depression is wrongly considered a sign of weakness, an innate inability to cope with hard times. Yet depression can affect anyone and like any illness, requires some helpful intervention.