Anyone who has suffered from gout will tell you that it is a very painful experience. It is also very common especially among people who eat too much meat and drink alcohol, the popular nyama choma culture in Kenya.

According to Dr Omondi Oyoo, Consultant Physician and Rheumatologist at Aga Khan Uni…

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Life insurance refers to protection against the loss of income that would result to beneficiaries if the insured passed on. The named beneficiaries are paid the insurance proceeds and thereby safeguarded from the financial impact of the death of the insured. Life insurance involves undertaking a life insurance policy when a person is still alive and able to cushion the dependent’s against unforeseen eventualities.…

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Efforts by Kenya to transform to a middle level economy could be curtailed by a rising healthcare crisis. As the government implements massive projects aimed to spur economic growth, an ailing healthcare sector is unravelling as a potential obstacle to achieving sustainable growth.…

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As a long-term investor in East Africa, Prudential has a vested interest in sustainable development.
Prudential was established in London in 1848, and the business was built by offering protection and savings opportunities to people in the UK who had never before had access to these kinds of services.…

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Marketers call it a superb marketing strategy that while standing at the supermarket till just as you are paying, a beautiful temptation is carefully…

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Companies have been urged to pursue green growth in order to protect the environment to secure the ecological and fiscal future for the country’s children and grandchildren.

At the same time, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has called for the formulation of policies that balance economic expansion activities with environmental conservation owing to the fact that the country’s environment is under stress from a rapidly growing population.…

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Sometime in 2000, global giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) shut down its manufacturing plant in Kenya, prompting fear that the company had decided to exit the country due to dwindling fortunes. While it was clear sustaining a manufacturing plant in Kenya back then was a costly affair due to the high costs of production, the decision to shut the plant was a strategic move that P&G feels has paid off in its quest to strengthen its presence not only in Kenya but in the wider Eastern Africa region.'“P&G decided to shut down the plant because we wanted to adopt a new and cost effective strategy to penetrate the market,” says Salome Mwaura, P&G External Relations Manager for Eastern Africa. Over a…

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In Kenya, most people wait until they are sick to consult a doctor. In fact, the tendency of illness management as opposed to sickness prevention is the reason why the health sector in the country is overstretched.…

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Depression may be described as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable or down in the dumps. Most of us feel this way at one time or another for short periods. True clinical depression…

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