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Bleeding after childbirth: What’s normal and what’s not?

The bleeding may be due to post-partum hemorrhage, which is abnormal or heavy bleeding within 24 hours to 12 weeks after giving birth

  1. Girls get free pads celebrate Menstrual Hygiene Day

  2. Why Mombasa teacher is living on borrowed time

  3. Rebound relationships: What you should know about making yours work

  4. New solution for groundnut allergy impresses

  5. My Cape Town conference diary

  6. How artificial intelligence is changing the health sector

  7. Decarbonising mobility: Local players engage top gear

  8. This is how climate change affects children’s wellbeing

  9. When a person’s blood is ‘excess’ and requires to be extracted

  10. Where authorities are erring in Fistula management

  11. Inside Kenya's amputation crisis

  12. Bid to fix the dire ambulance services in Homa Bay

  13. UN lists Kenya among countries threatened by cholera

  14. Kemsa purge: Inside Peter Tum, Josephine Mburu turf wars

  15. Tracking gadget for maternal health on the way

  16. Makueni’s castor beans feeding Italian biofuel firm

  17. Alarm as Kenya pulls out of regional accord on teen sex education

  1. Scientist’s new tool to help monitor status of animal pastures

  2. When a child is jumpy and unable to focus

  3. Doctors: Here is why we are worried about Artificial Intelligence

  4. Has the time come to say bye to Covid-19?

  5. Rare cancer that made girl, 3, to bleed from genitals as if she had been defiled

  6. Senate to exorcise ghosts of the MES lease scandal

  7. Local regulator launches probe into Sh3.7bn nets tender 

  8. Kenya staring at sanctions as Health officials bungle tender 

  9. Influenza outbreak suspected as Kenyans lament feeling down

  10. Why court slammed brakes on HIV data review process

  11. Born too soon: Silent emergency claiming a million lives yearly

  12. Hope as Makueni introduces fistula care

  13. Broke NHIF hurts patients as hospitals decline cards

  14. Finally, children's diets have vitamin

  15. Kenya, EU in support of carbon credit firm

  16. COP28 president: Why I am pushing for less emissions


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