Month: February 2021

2020 was a year like no other. Besides the COVID-19 pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement came to the forefront because of the death of George Floyd. George Floyd’s final words resonated with most of us… ’I can’t breathe’… These were not only words but a plea to the rogue police officer kneeling on his
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I once stumbled upon a sterling article by Dr Festus Mwangi highlighting the plight of children living with cancer. Though it was written in 2019, its message still resonates audibly with me. Not only did he highlight about the increase in instances of childhood cancers but also about the lack of awareness especially among the
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There’s a silent epidemic around us: an organ failure epidemic. Public and private hospitals are teeming with patients both young and old with diverse types of organ complications. But such an increase in health challenges are not without cause and for the most part, we lay the blame on lifestyle. Though plausible, some cases beg
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