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91. Chambani MP collapses in Dar es Salaam
  Thursday, March 28, 2013  by Admin
  CHAMBANI MP Salim Hemed Hamis (CUF) was on Wednesday rushed to Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) after experiencing high blood pressure while attending ongoing parliamentary committee meetings.
92. Infant mortality control faces challenges despite gains
  Thursday, March 28, 2013  by Admin
  DESPITE big achievements in infant mortality control, the government has said that there are challenges slowing down progress against the crisis, calling for concerted support from private health sector.
93. Kingunge augua ghafla, alazwa Muhimbili
  Friday, March 22, 2013  by Admin
  Dar es Salaam. Mshauri wa zamani wa Rais wa Mambo ya Siasa, Kingunge Ngombale Mwiru amelazwa katika Hospitali ya Taifa ya Muhimbili baada ya kujisikia vibaya jana.
94. Shun unregistered traditional medicines, Zanzibaris urged
  Friday, March 22, 2013  by Admin
  THE Registrar of Traditional and Alternative Medicines in Zanzibar, Mr Haji Juma, has urged people in the islands to avoid buying unauthorized medicines because in doing so they are putting their lives at risk.
95. China promises more medical, health experts
  Friday, March 22, 2013  by Admin
  CHINA has promised to send more medical and health experts to Tanzania to assist the country combat all threatening and emerging diseases, precisely killer ones like malaria and heart ailments as well as research in other medical fields.
96. Labs urged to stress on accurate testing
  Thursday, March 21, 2013  by Admin
  LABORATORY experts in the country have been called upon to produce accurate results to enhance customerís trust to enable easy market access by exporters and importers.
97. Hospital programme seeks to improve health communication
  Thursday, March 21, 2013  by Admin
  AGA Khan Hospital is set to establish e-Health and Mobile Health programmes in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare as innovations to facilitate health communication.
98. UNFPA calls for more reproductive health resources
  Thursday, March 21, 2013  by Admin
  TANZANIA should dedicate more resources towards sexual and reproductive health if is to achieve the 2015 targets set by the African Unionís Campaign on Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa (CARMMA).
99. NGO touts free medical care for albinos
  Thursday, March 21, 2013  by Admin
  A HUMAN rights activist has called for the provision of free medical care to people living with albinism and increased number of teachers who can teach students with special needs.
100. Global Funds plans new audit of missing anti-malaria drugs
  Friday, August 07, 2009  by Admin
  The saga concerning Global Fund drugs that were reported missing took a new twist yesterday when it was revealed that Price WaterhouseCoopers (PWC) has been appointed to carry out an in-depth auditing.
101. 2 Uchangiaji damu salama utaokoa maisha ya wananchi
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  MPANGO wa damu salama nchini, ulinza mwaka 1946 kwa mfumo wa kujitolea ambapo utekelezwaji wa mpango huo, umekuwa na mfanikio makubwa.
102. President Bush Calls for Use of Nets in Malaria War
  Tuesday, February 19, 2008  by Admin
  President George W Bush has urged African countries to fight malaria, the continent's leading killer disease, through the use of treated bed nets. He said there was significant progress made in controlling the mosquito-borne disease with the use of bed nets treated with insecticides.

103. IFC sees demand for Investment
  Tuesday, January 22, 2008  by Admin
  Health care in Sub-Saharan Africa remains the worst in the world, with few countries able to spend the US$34 to $40 a year per person that the World Health Organisation (WHO) considers the minimum for basic health care. Donor attention has yielded remarkable efforts to fight HIV/Aids, tuberculosis, and malaria. But most of the region lacks the infrastructure to deliver health care and faces a severe shortage of trained medical personnel.
104. Protecting the Next Generation: Learning from Adolescents to Prevent HIV and Unintended Pregnancy
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  Sexual activity among adolescents is a sensitive
topic, and addressing youth's sexual and reproductive health in the public arena is challenging. Improving the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents is important not only from a public health perspective, but also from an economic one. This report presents findings from a new body of research on adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Ghana.
105. Life Expectancy Down Due to Disease
  Sunday, December 16, 2007  by Admin
  A heavy disease burden is the reason behind declining life expectancy in Africa, an international conference has been told by Zanzibar President Amani Abeid Karume. The emergence of diseases such as HIV/Aids, malaria and tuberculosis had led to a sharp decline in life expectancy.

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