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Causes of cracked feet: diabetes, obesity

Causes of cracked feet are diabetes; obesity and this damage the foot nerves. The aging process also interferes with one’s hormones causing hormonal imbalance. Under-sweating, shortage of essential vitamins and minerals results into inadequate nutrients the skin. Other causes of cracked feet are cold and hot whether, mal-alignment or poor positioning of the metatarsal bones, […]

NWSC disconnects Kyambogo University

  The National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) has disconnected Kyambogo University leaving the toilets there to stink. The students and some of the administrators of Kyambogo University allege that NWSC disconnected the institution of learning over non payment. Now over 20,000 people the university houses are fetching water from nearby wells and dirty water […]

Uganda in TB drug shortage but government plans to import drugs in September

  Uganda is experiencing TB drugs but the National Resistance Movement government is planning to import the TB drugs in September. Today is March 15, 2012. We don’t know whether TB patients will not have died by September. Currently most hospitals in Uganda have run out of drugs. The minister for Health, Christine Ondoa has […]

Hospitals run out of TB drugs

Shock and grief befell on patients as most of Uganda hospitals faces a shortage of tuberculosis drugs, an insider in Uganda’s ministry of health told our news informers today. The monitoring and evaluation officer with Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development (HEPS Uganda) also says that the shortage of tuberculosis drugs has lasted for […]

Police open bids for Nsambya police land redevelopment

    Police and other government officials have today opened bids that seek to redevelop Nsambya, Kibuli and Naguru police barracks. The police want to redevelop the barracks through a Public Private Partnership. The redevelopment may save the Uganda Police officers from an acute shortage of housing units. According to the programme, tens of thousands […]

Kampala calm after protests over electricity shortage

The Kampala central business district is calm, hours after traders staged demonstrations in different parts. The protests were brought about following several days without power. Several traders accused power distributor, UMEME of switching off power for days without any explanation on the matter. The traders began their strike at Nasser Road; thereafter it spread to […]

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