Tag: Health Journalism in Africa

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Lower Dose, Same Results: Calcium Breakthrough In India-Tanzania Study

Pregnant women in Tanzania and other low- and middle-income countries could benefit from a simpler and cheaper way to protect themselves and their babies...

MUHAS Gets Pharmacist As Vice Chancellor, The University’s Historic First

In a historic first for Tanzania's oldest state medical school, a Pharmacology Professor, Apolinary Kamuhabwa, has been appointed as the Vice Chancellor of Muhimbili...

Is Your Card Still Valid? NHIF Assures Services Amidst “Rumors”

In a bid to quell growing panic among its members, the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) has denied claims circulating on social media alleging...

How Practitioners Can Secure Tanzania’s Traditional Medicine Potential

As our country moves toward a holistic healthcare system that cherishes the power of our ancestral knowledge, traditional medicine practitioners take center stage, and...

Pharmacy Council Overwhelmed? Government Eyes TMDA For Inspections

Despite its lean staff of less than 100 and limited geographical reach, the Pharmacy Council (PC) is tasked with regulating the pharmacy profession but...

Tanzanian AI Health Scientists Navigate A ‘Data Desert’ 

In their quest to digitise cancer screening in Tanzania using Artificial Intelligence (AI), Sang’udi Sang’udi and his team of scientists face a significant challenge:...