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The Other Side of The Mobile Phone Technology

Technology, and for that matter, the mobile phone, has drastically changed our lives and behaviour. Ironically, in our present globalised world, mobile phones have not only made our lives easier, but they have also simultaneously enslaved us. Can you image your day – to – day life without a phone?  Hardly not. The degree of the effect of the mobile phone addiction is such that we all now compete not to be left behind as far as mobile phone…

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UGANDAN EDITION OF KATA KATA MAGAZINE IS OUT!!!!

At last, your educative, informative, yet humorous magazine Kata Kata Cartoon Magazine is on the street in Uganda, featuring humorous cartoon illustrated story over “Minority and their Rights,” exclusive interview with Ugandan talented musician GAMIT, entertainment, fashion, health, technology, food, literary circle, beauty etc all for just UGX 4000 Grab your copy at: WANDEGEYA: MM supermarket, Outside Hot Loaf, Outside Stanbic bank, Outside Barclays bank, KAMPALA: Shell Kampala road, Outside Bank of Baroda, Outside Bata shoes opposite Charm Towers,…

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Health: Depression

Depression is eating away many people today, as well as causing enormous social, financial and medical repercussions to the society. Globally, a lot of suicide deaths stemming from depression have been registered over the past two years. Clearly, depression is not limited to the poor; affluent and rich people, including celebrities, are not immune to depression. Notably prominent celebrities, from Mac Miller, Avicci, Chester Bennington to Robin Williams, have fallen victims to depression. Depression is a mood disorder characterized…

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That Enjoyment that Creates Preventable Stress

It is said that having children could be the easiest adventure, but taking care of them is indeed a challenging and demanding role. In other words, it is very easy to be a parent, but a huge responsibility to be a dad or mum. Recent statistics have shown that the world population is dangerously exploding to the extent that in the year 2050, the world population will have recorded about 2.2 billion more people. That would mean about 9.8…

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Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis

Breast cancer has been a deadly cause of millions of deaths globally. It is estimated that there will be 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million cancer deaths worldwide in 2018. Breast cancer, which is the major cause of morbidity and mortality among women globally, is believed to be the second most common cancer worldwide after lung cancer. In 2018, there are 2,093,876 cases of Lung cancer against 2,088,849 Breast cancer cases. In the U.S. in 2018, there will…

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Healthy Eating Habits

A healthy diet helps to maintain or improve one’s overall health. Therefore, developing a healthy eating habit must not mean starving one’s self or staying unrealistically thin. The essential secret to a healthy lifestyle is to eat mostly vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes while limiting consumption of processed foods. It seems for every expert who tells you certain foods are good for you, there will definitely be another saying exactly the opposite. A doctor’s recommendation to be watchful…

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Dialogue at the Kata Kata Village Square over Breastfeeding

(At the kata kata village square. Agama’s wife has reported the husband to the village assembly for sexual harassment. The village wants to settle the quarrel. Coincidentally, Piccolo, the Kata Kata Village’s representative at the WHO’s organised breastfeeding course has just returned to brief the village on the course  ). CHIEF: My people, you know our Kata Kata village is village of peace. So therefore, we wan’ help Agama and family live in peace.  Madam Agama, why you report…

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South Sudan doctor wins UN award For Humanitarian Work

The mere mentioning of South Sudan invokes the images of war, pandemonium, refugee crisis, hunger and starvation, and a near-failed State. However, sometimes, hopes can spring out of hopelessness. Happily, this is a typical case, as South Sudanese surgeon Dr. Evan Atar was named as the winner of the Nansen Refugee Award by the UN refugee agency (UNHCR). The award, which is bestowed on an individual who goes beyond the call of duty to help save lives, is a…

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KATA KATA MAGAZINE HITS THE STREET OF MALAWI

AT LAST, YOUR EVER HUMOROUS CARTOON MAGAZINE KATA KATA MAGAZINE IS ON THE STREET OF MALAWI. CHECK OUT: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PIKSY, THE MALAWIAN SENSATIONAL MUSICIAN CAPTIVATING ILLUSTRATION STORY ON LITERACY ARTICLES ON HEALTH, INTERIOR, DESTINATIONS, BEAUTY, FASHION, LITERARY CORNER, FOOD & RECIPES, KIDS AND MANY MORE… DON’T MISS OUT; GRAB YOUR COPY IMMEDIATELY AND BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY WITH A LAUGH. AVAILABLE AT: MBOWE FILLING STATION (NEXT TO CITY MALL) PUMA FILLING STATION, ALONG MCHINJI ROUNDABOUT TELEPHONES: 0888167456 /…

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That Silent Killer Called Hepatitis

Often when we talk of deadly diseases or sicknesses, our minds go to cancer, Aids, stroke, and the rest; hardly, do we think of hepatitis. Hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver, which can be self-limiting or can progress to fibrosis (scarring), cirrhosis or liver cancer, is often caused by hepatitis viruses. Other infections, auto-immune diseases, toxic substances such as alcohol and certain drugs also play a major part in causing hepatitis. What makes hepatitis deadly is the fact that…

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Why You May Need a Therapist

 Ironically, what makes life, which is enmeshed in problems, meaningful, is its ability to act as our teacher in the tempestuous journey of maturity. Problems are inevitable in life. We learn from them in order to make our lives worth living and purposeful. However, not everyone can cope with these inevitable problems in life. While some people can successfully take care of their life obstacles, others are overwhelmed by them. A good reason to go online and seek a…

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Making a Breakthrough from Failures

It is an open secret that Africa is facing colossal challenges in different aspects of life. Some of these gargantuan problems are caused by massive corruption, which leads to other precarious menaces like poor education and healthcare, as well as social problems. To some individuals, these social challenges are part of the rat race, as such, one must learn to adapt and live with them; others, however, see the failures as a call for an urgent need to learn…

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