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Characteristics of laminitis and associated claw lesions in dairy cows in Nairobi and its environs
Lameness in dairy cows causes vast economic losses by reducing production and reproductive efficiency. Claw horn lesions are the most common cause of lameness, but the extent to which they contribute to dairy cow lameness ...
Provision and perceptions on nutrition education for people with HIV/AIDS, at the public comprehensive care clinics: a study of Nairobi district clinics in Kenya
As early as 2003, The Greater Horn of Africa Capacity Development Initiative in Nutrition had already identified nutrition in HIV/AIDS as an area of capacity development urgently needing attention. The Government of Kenya ...
Prevalence of malnutrition and its associated factors among children aged 6-59 months living in Kangemi and Gichagj Sub locations. Nairobi, Kenya.
Malnutrition, which is a wide spread problem with devastating consequences, weakens immune system and worsens illness. It is a factor in about half of the deaths that occur among children under five years of age. ...
Maternal breastfeeding practices in relation to growth and nutrition status of children aged 0-24 months in Nairobi, Kenya
Bottle-feeding is common with more than half of the children given prelacteal feeds an hour after birth while median duration of breastfeeding (16.7 months) is also below the recommended duration. These inappropriate ...