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Is it normal to be sweaty in the vagina?

I mean, everyone knows that people sweat from their pits, foreheads and sometimes from their backs or their hands. But sweaty next to the vagina ?! This is not ideal, to be honest. Here's the scoop, whether sweating is typical down there or something to worry about. It happens to everyone. That's because we sweat wherever we have sweat glands, …

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My baby is going to die soon …: The standard

Baby Neillah, who was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy. Ruth Wambui, 23, welcomed her baby Neillah, who looked normal after two weeks of childbirth despite a diagnosis of jaundice. According to the doctor, jaundice was not severe and healed after days exposed to the sun. But at the age of three months, Wambui realized that her baby was not reaching …

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WHO launches tool to curb increasing antibiotic resistance – KBC

The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a global campaign calling on governments to introduce a tool to reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance. The AWaRe tool was developed by the WHO list of essential drugs to curb increasing resistance and improve the safety and efficacy of antibiotic use. It divides antibiotics into three groups, Access, Watch and Reserve, and …

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Uganda wants to introduce Ebola trial drugs

By DAILY MONITOR More from this author Uganda, with the support of the World Health Organization, will receive therapeutic treatment for the Ebola virus. Jane Aceng on Tuesday with. Medicine is expected in the country in two weeks after being approved by the National Science and Technology Council and the National Medicines Agency. "It is still an investigational drug. We …

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Low confidence in vaccines "a global crisis"

Image Rights Getty Images The public's distrust of vaccines means that the world is taking a step back in the fight against deadly but preventable infectious diseases, experts warn. The world's largest study on attitudes to vaccination suggests that confidence in some regions is low. The Wellcome Trust analysis includes responses from more than 140,000 people in over 140 countries. …

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Uganda in the fight against hepatitis on course

Hepatitis is a viral infection that causes inflammation of the liver. Uganda in the fight against hepatitis on track PHOTO: Hepatitis B vaccines Uganda is one of the few African countries to make progress in the fight against hepatitis, according to the World Health Organization. In a statement released on Tuesday, the WHO Office for Africa stated that the country …

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Young generations growing head horns from mobile phone use

Younger generations seem to be thinking of horns in mind because of the increased use of technologies such as smartphones and tablets. Two Australian researchers made the bizarre discovery when they examined hundreds of X-rays of people between the age of 18 and 30, nearly half had developed bone growth. They are the kind of spores that are normally seen …

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More American women have babies over the age of 30 than they were at the age of 20, and studies suggest that this is healthier in the long run

Birth at any age involves changes to your body and bank account. However, there are some major differences between births in every decade. For example, women over the age of 20 are much more likely to become pregnant and at lower risk for conditions such as gestational diabetes, pre-eclampsia, and high blood pressure. However, studies suggest that women who wait …

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