W. Pokot director of health under pressure over poor service

The West Pokot county government has once again found itself on the receiving end with a section of leaders from the county accusing  the county administration of laxity in service delivery in the health sector. Some of the elected leaders are now pushing for the resignation of the county executive director in charge of health Dr. …

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W. Pokot director of health under pressure over poor service

The West Pokot county government has once again found itself on the receiving end with a section of leaders from the county accusing  the county administration of laxity in service delivery in the health sector. Some of the elected leaders are now pushing for the resignation of the county executive director in charge of health Dr. …

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High pollution shuts schools in Tehran

Tehran, Iran | AFP | Primary schools will be closed on Monday in Tehran as thick fog caused by pollution smothers the Iranian capital and most of the surrounding province, local authorities said. They also announced Sunday they would impose traffic restrictions in Tehran, home to 8.5 million inhabitants, allowing cars onto the streets in alternating …

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Thousands protest over UK health service

London, United Kingdom | AFP | Thousands of people marched through central London on Saturday in support of the country’s embattled National Health Service (NHS), which is straining under the weight of winter demand. NHS staffing levels have been in crisis for months, an issue made worse by a winter flu outbreak. The public health service …

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More than skin deep: cosmetic surgery industry booming

Paris, France | AFP | In the never-ending quest for youthful, magazine-cover looks, 8.6 billion euros ($10.7 billion) were spent last year on materials and chemicals used in cosmetic procedures worldwide, the IMCAS industry body said Thursday. This meant plastic surgeons and beauty practitioners spent about the equivalent of Costa Rica’s total annual exports on the …

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