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Staying Healthy In Uganda

Here are 7 common sense rulesto prevent you from going home in a box or getting medevac’d early. 1) HAKUNA MATATU The ubiquitous matatu is not designed as a people carrier and they are dangerous. The seats are sometimes simply pot-riveted to the floor and when they have a collision they rip out and everything is thrown […]

Bilharzia – Dr Dick Stockley

So what is the best advice? People ignore medical advice anyway: they drink too much, eat too much, smoke, and work on weekends. And they’re going to go in the lakes and rivers. Water sports are healthy exercise: it’s difficult to smoke a cigarette when you’re waterskiing. The best advice is advice that people might follow: so […]

MTN Fiber Connection Down

MTN has informed us that a fiber cable linked to The Surgery has broken. That means our landlines and Internet are down. Hopefully this will be fixed during the course of today. Please call us on 0772 756 003. Apologies for the inconvenience. 

Covid: what’s happening now?

Some countries have started vaccination, many countries have lifted restrictions and children are back in school, most countries except Europe and North America have opened their borders. 80 countries, including big countries like India, Pakistan and most of Africa now have daily case numbers below 1 per 100,000 population. But the world news continues to […]

Covid Test

“I want a covid test.” What is a covid test and what do they mean? Tests explained First of all a warning. A lot of what you have been led to believe about tests is probably wrong. There are many tests. Some are difficult, expensive, done by very few countries and mostly reserved for research. […]

Fear and facts. Let’s have a quiz!

Many people are wondering why so many people are still scared of Covid. I read an article in a British newspaper where people in UK, Japan and another country were asked what percentage of their population had died from Covid. The average guess was 6%. 6%?! No wonder so many people are so scared! The […]

Covid-19: What’s new? 27.03.2020

The number of reported cases passes half a million with 22,000 deaths. USA now has the highest number of reported cases. It is now obvious that the more you test the more you find which is why after testing half a million people the USA found so many cases. The good news is the number […]

Covid 19 what’s new 23.03.2020

Cases are doubling every 5 days in Europe and USA, now passed 350,000 and affecting 187 countries. The first death under 20 in Europe was seen in an 18 year old in the UK, deaths in Italy have overtaken China. So what’s new? First the chloroquine story. It is known that some viruses are suppressed […]