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The Compliment in SRH Service Delivery - Sylvia Nankya

With over 77% of Uganda’s population below 30 years, Uganda has the third youngest population globally. For such a population, and a fertility rate of 6.4, sexual and reproductive health services come in handy. 1,127 more words

Kiswa Health Centre: ...Why We Should All Pay Attention!

The Uganda government has every reason to be proud of its health system. In fact the country’s foreign affairs ministry last year advertised opportunities for 263 health workers to go to Trinidad and Tobago as a way of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries. 2,462 more words

Health Care

How to Avoid the Seasonal Urinary Tract Infection

Illustration by Shelby Gubba

With the rising temperature we inevitably see a rise in the number of patients experiencing urinary tract infection symptoms: burning with urination, the urge to urinate more often, the uncomfortable sensation of not completely emptying the bladder, pressure or cramps in the lower abdomen during urination…sound familiar?

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Staying Healthy

I dont wanna tell my dude

By Adebisi Adetunji

Sarah is beautiful, tall, slender, dark in complexion and an orphan. She is in senior class three and getting ready to finish high school. 531 more words

Teenage Story

Health Care Centre steps up on contraception

Rhodes Health Care Centre has set down plans to begin introducing Implant contraception to the contraceptive services it offers to students.

Currently the Health Care Centre offers various forms of contraception for women. 233 more words


Featured Video: Periods Change Lives

Once girls get their period in low- and middle-income countries where resources are low, their lives change — sometimes irreparably.

When girls get their periods they oftentimes have to drop out of school and work around their home instead. 56 more words


Legal Status at the Federal Level of Assisted Human Reproduction in Canada

Legal Status at the Federal Level of Assisted Human Reproduction in Canada
Source: Library of Parliament

The world’s first “test-tube baby,” the result of fertilizing a human ovum in vitro and transferring the resulting embryo to a woman’s uterus, was born in England in 1978.

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Government And Politics