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Risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS infections among deaf youths in selected educational institutions in Nyanza province, Kenya
HIV/AIDS has become one of the greatest challenges of the 21" century. Young people, though identified as the window of hope, account for 60% of all new infections in most African countries. In Kenya, HIV/AIDS is a national ...
Effect of soybean (Glycine max) supplementation on orphaned and vulnerable school children aged 6-9 years in Suba District, Kenya
HIV and AIDS, hunger and malnutrition are the most devastating problems facing majority of the world's poor including school children amid rising food insecurity in many Kenyan households. School feeding may be one of the ...
Socio-medical factors associated with the prevalence of brucellosis among the nomads in Maikona division of Marsabit district, Kenya
It is a common disease among pastoralists and nomadic herdsmen in developing countries, who are continually exposed to potentially infected animals. In Africa the disease incidence is largely unknown because many cases are ...
Effects of anti-retroviral therapy on sexual behaviour among people living with HIV/AIDS in Kibera slums in Nairobi, Kenya
The effects antiretroviral therapy on sexual behaviour among people living with HIV/AIDS has been obscure. This has implications on the ability to combat the spread of the virus through behaviour change. With the rapid ...