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Nelly Gachanja

Nelly Gachanja
Nelly is a digital marketing professional responsible for managing Africa.com’s social media platforms. During her leisure time, Nelly loves cooking and working on her Kenyan food blog Talkingtonelly.com. She also enjoys catching up with current affairs, updating her African music collection, watching movies, traveling, and spending time with family.

5 Awesome Diabetes Superfood You Should Eat

Diabetes is a health condition which the sugar/glucose levels build up in the bloodstream. Insulin hormone assists move the sugar from the blood into...
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6+ Simple Steps to Having a Healthy Pregnancy

Becoming a mother is one of the greatest moment for a lot of women. Having a good healthy pregnancy goes beyond physical health. Being...
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Stress During Pregnancy May Correlate to ADHD

In the study (published in the journal Biological Psychiatry), associate professor Ian Colman, PhD, analyzed the lifestyle of moms and their children, using data...
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Hypertension in Africa: A Rising Deadly Epidemic

Hypertension is a global problem that has affected many people and families not only in Africa but across the globe. According to statistics, one...
depression in Africa

Depression in Africa: Causes and How Africa Can Conquer Depression

Africa is famous for its beauty, rich cultural diversity and enchanting landscapes. Unfortunately, depression is bedeviling the continent with statistics showing an increased number...

Powerful Quotes From Nelson Mandela’s ‘Make Poverty History’ Speech

2018 marks the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela. This provides a unique opportunity for people around the world to reflect on his...
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5 African Superfoods You Should Be Eating To Fight Diabetes

Did you know diabetes is on the rise in Africa? According to a report by the World Health Organization poor diet and lack of...

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