Good News as President Uhuru Reduces Time of Curfew, Bars to Re-Open

28 September 2020

However, the good news is that the curfew will, starting from 11.00PM and not the current 9.00PM.

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A wide view of the pupils at Bungoma D.E.B Primary School in Bungoma town and their Head-teacher Mr. Tobias Khisa (right). IMAGE CREDIT/

Kenya’s Most Populated School Bungoma D.E.B Calls For National Support Ahead of Re-Opening

25 September 2020

Bungoma D.E.B is the second most populated Primary school in the whole country after Olympic Primary School in Kibra Constituency, Nairobi.

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KENDI: Assessing The Impacts of COVID -19 in Kenya

16 September 2020

Covid-19 has come hitting hard at different economic sectors of countries globally. In response to this pandemic, assesing the global impacts of COVID-19 in Kenya and the socio-economic effects on individual aspects of the world economy is my focus today. In order to understand the effect of COVID-19 on individual aspects of the Kenyan economy, […]

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LifeCare Hospital Bungoma to Conduct Free Eye Clinic This Saturday

15 September 2020

If you are experiencing any signs of eye problems at home and you are not sure where to start from, then you have no reason to worry! LifeCare Hospital Bungoma will be conducting a free eye clinic in Bungoma. The exercise will be conducted on Saturday 19th, 2020 at the LifeCare Hospital grounds starting from […]

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KENDI: How Your Eating Habit Is Affecting Your Health

14 September 2020

There is a famous quote that ‘ You are what you eat ’ and truly indeed, your food choices each day will affect your health. So you may want to know how your eating habit is affecting your health, and I will explain how. What is good nutrition then? Good nutrition involves healthy eating habits […]

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Visit LifeCare Hospital for Free ENT Screening if You Have the Following Signs

31 August 2020

The Hospital has conducted hundreds of free medical screening camps across Western Kenya which has seen arise in number of the beneficiaries.

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Back Pains, Numbness in Joints? Take Advantage of Upcoming Spine Clinic at LifeCare Bungoma

26 August 2020

Are you experiencing back pains, numbness in legs and hands? Then you should take advantage of an upcoming spine clinic at LifeCare Hospital in Bungoma. LifeCare Hospital will be conducting a spine clinic on 4th of September, 2020. The hospital, which has been carrying on with the exercise for the last three months, is encouraging […]

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A model image of human eyes. Allergic Conjunctivitis is an eye problem that is affecting many people. PHOTO/SIMIYU WAKAJUANESS

Patients Share Their Experience After Successful Cataract Surgeries at LifeCare Hospital

21 August 2020

Close to two months ago, we discussed cataract and it’s treatment in our weekly health awareness. Dr. Patrick Mayan shared with us the deeper details about this eye condition. Cataract is the most common cause of vision loss in people over age 40 and is also the principal cause of blindness in the world. We […]

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Education CS Prof George Magoha (centre) when he toured Bungoma DEB Primary on August 20, 2020. PHOTO CREDIT/

Bungoma DEB Primary’s New Goodies From Education CS Magoha

20 August 2020

(Education CS Prof George Magoha (centre) when he toured Bungoma DEB Primary on August 20, 2020. PHOTO CREDIT/ Learning infrastructure at the densely-populated Bungoma D.E.B Primary School in Bungoma Town is set to improve after Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha pledged goodies from the National Government. Speaking from the school grounds on Thursday 20th […]

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A child makes an artistic paint of sickle cell campaign. PHOTO CREDIT/Joan Chazima Sickle Cell Foundation

Managing Sickle Cell Disease in Children and Where to get Treatment in Bungoma

19 August 2020

(A child makes an artistic paint of sickle cell campaign. PHOTO CREDIT/Joan Chazima Sickle Cell Foundation) We have been tackling various diseases in our weekly health awareness. We have tackled cataract, diabetes, hemorrhoids as ulcers. Today, we are discussing sickle cell disease in children. Dr. Agnes Ncepe, a pediatrician at LifeCare Hospital, takes us through […]

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