HIV cure close after disease ‘vanishes’ from blood of British man

HIV cure close after disease ‘vanishes’ from blood of British man A British man could become the first person in the world to be cured of HIV using a new therapy designed by a team […]

Gov’t To Standardise Yellow Fever Immunization

Gov’t To Standardise Yellow Fever Immunization Government is scheduled to introduce vaccination for yellow fever into the routine immunization scheduled, the Minister of State for Health, Hon. Joyce Moriku has said. The decision follows guidelines […]

HIV/Aids infections Have Reduced — Ministry of Health

HIV/Aids infections Have Reduced — Ministry of Health While considerable global attention, is on increasing availability and access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), these efforts are impeded by opportunistic infections […]

Uganda Declared Yellow Fever Free

Uganda Declared Yellow Fever Free By Serestino Tusingwire The Ministry of Health has officially declared Uganda a yellow fever free country. Yellow fever was reported a few months back in the districts of Masaka, Rukungiri […]

GSK, Save the Children call for Ugandan innovators to enter $1 million award

GSK, Save the Children call for Ugandan innovators to enter $1 million award GSK and Save the Children have launched their fourth annual $1 million Healthcare Innovation Award, which rewards innovations in healthcare that help […]

Ugandan Academy for Health Innovation and Impact Launches 5 Year Strategic Plan

Ugandan Academy for Health Innovation and Impact Launches 5 Year Strategic Plan The Ugandan Academy for Health Innovation and Impact (‘Ugandan Academy’) has today officially launched a five year Strategic Plan for the period 2016/17- […]

US Gives Uganda $41.4M To Fight Malaria

US Gives Uganda $41.4M To Fight Malaria The U.S. Mission to Uganda on August 19 awarded the non-profit organization Malaria Consortium a $41.4 million contract to oversee implementation of the Malaria Action Program for Districts […]

Partnership to Improve Breast Cancer Care Launches in Kenya

Partnership to Improve Breast Cancer Care Launches in Kenya First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, Kenya Ministry of Health and Roche Pharmaceuticals Limited (www.Roche.com) has launched key activities that will facilitate access to improved care for patients […]

New medical scheme to train 600 cancer specialists in East Africa unveiled

New medical scheme to train 600 cancer specialists in East Africa unveiled The East African Development Bank (EADB) and the British Council in partnership with the Royal College of Physicians (London), has launched a Medical […]

Marijuana Use Has No Negative Effect On Health

Marijuana Use Has No Negative Effect On Health Long-term marijuana use is not associated with a raft of physical health problems, according to a new study, with one surprising exception: gum disease. Researchers led by […]

Opposition MPs condemn suspension of Health Workers

Opposition MPs condemn suspension of Health Workers Opposition lawmakers led by the Leader of the Opposition, Hon. Winnie Kiiza have condemned the suspension of health workers by President at Nakawuka Health Centre III. Addressing the […]

Ditch sausages for a longer life, say Harvard scientists

Ditch sausages for a longer life, say Harvard scientists wapping a sausage for whole grain toast, a few tomatoes or a handful of nuts could lead a much longer life, research has shown. It might […]

UPDF Starts campaign To Fight HIV/AIDS

UPDF Starts  campaign  To Fight HIV/AIDS On July 29, 2016, the UPDF medical services launched a campaign aimed at arresting HIV/AIDS prevalence amongst the young people of Wakiso district. The campaign targets mainly the young […]

All You Need To Know About Hepatitis B

All You Need To Know About Hepatitis B Hepatitis B is a serious liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV). For some people, hepatitis B infection becomes chronic, meaning it lasts more than […]

Chicken odour ‘prevents malaria’ research in Ethiopia finds

Chicken odour ‘prevents malaria’ research in Ethiopia finds The smell from a live chicken could help protect against malaria, researchers have found. Ethiopian and Swedish scientists discovered that malarial mosquitoes tend to avoid chickens and […]

Bot for Messenger Launched at the International Aids Conference 2016

Bot for Messenger Launched at the International Aids Conference 2016 Through the advent of Messenger and bots, messaging platforms have rapidly increased their impact in reaching users with life-changing content. Leading this technological evolution in […]

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