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JOHN MUCHANGI

Science Editor

BIO: John Muchangi covers science, with greater focus on health, conservation and innovation

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Kenyan children to benefit from new TB drug deal

Children were left out last year because there was no proper formulation for them

Locked Cheap copy of anti-HIV injection may be available in 2026

Generic makers allowed to develop less expensive versions of the Prep; it may cost less than Sh30,000 a year

Dress warmly as you head out to vote, Met says it’ll be chilly

Droves of Kenyans are expected to travel this weekend for the voting on Tuesday.

Locked Kenyans have longest healthy lives in Sub Saharan Africa – WHO

Only people in Arab nations in North Africa live longer healthy lives, up to 64 years.

Locked Experts ask state to ban killer fat from Kenyan food

Growing evidence shows trans fats raise risk of high blood pressure and heart disease.

Locked KMTC's youngest CEO plans big for old medical trainer

Kelly Oluoch returns with two PhDs to lead college that trained him

Kenya joins global lobby to fight HIV in children

About 106,807 Kenyan children below 14 years are living with HIV

WHO seeks Sh14 billion drugs for hungry Kenyans and neighbours

With the upcoming rainy season expected to fail, the situation is worsening.

MoH wants suicide declared public health emergency

About 1,460 people die by suicide in Kenya each year; men are double the number of women

Three animal-people diseases cost Kenya Sh600bn a year

Brucellosis, bovine tuberculosis and non-typhoidal salmonella are common in most pastoralist areas

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