Posts from category "Science and Technology"

Happy birthday Nash

Hey Nash

On behalf of the KURIS family, we are humbled to wish you the happiest and warmest birthday wishes. We are proud you are part of us, and are looking forward to working with you even more. May this be a day to remember, where your channels will be opened and God's blessings will flow on you. HAPPY BIRTHDAY

 

    Mercy Katungu

   Chair of Community Outreach and Publicity Committee

Through

      Sharon Chacha (Chair of Society)

       Executive Commitee Chair

Happy birthday Peter

Hey Peter

On behalf of the KURIS family, we are humbled to wish you the happiest and warmest birthday wishes. We are proud you are part of us, and are looking forward to working with you even more. May this be a day to remember, where your channels will be opened and God's blessings will flow on you. HAPPY BIRTHDAY

 

    Mercy Katungu

   Chair of Community Outreach and Publicity Committee

Through

      Sharon Chacha (Chair of Society)

       Executive Commitee Chair

Happy birthday Charity

Hey Charity

On behalf of the KURIS family, we are humbled to wish you the happiest and warmest birthday wishes. We are proud you are part of us, and are looking forward to working with you even more. May this be a day to remember, where your channels will be opened and God's blessings will flow on you. HAPPY BIRTHDAY

 

    Mercy Katungu

   Chair of Community Outreach and Publicity Committee

Through

      Sharon Chacha (Chair of Society)

       Executive Commitee Chair

Testimony of a healed cancer survivor

By Diana W Wanjiku

Janette Murray-Wakelin is a breast cancer survivor who credits a raw food diet, meditation, physical activity, and following her intuition for her ability heal. In the early 2000s, she was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer and told that she had just six months to live, without any guarantees. However, within those same six months, she was given a clean bill of health and also went on to participate in hundreds of marathons in only one year.(1,2) That’s right, in just one year. Upon receiving news of her breast cancer, she immediately immersed herself in research and read up on others who chose to forego traditional cancer treatments. In 2013, her and her husband ran 365 marathons for 365 consecutive days throughout the year. On January 1, 2014, they ran one more which set a new world record for the most consecutive marathons.(3) By the way, they’re both in their sixties! They say their 100% raw vegan plant-based diet, awareness of sustainability, and faith in human kindness and healing naturally keeps them motivated.(3) Barefoot shoes, they add, help too. “There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that consuming 100% raw food made a huge difference to my recovery time and to my overall healing,” she says.(2) “My diagnosis of cancer and resulting journey to optimum health has been an experience I am truly grateful for. I know for certain that I will continue on the raw path, as I continue to experience more health benefits and an ever-increasing enlightened consciousness. Every day is exciting when you are raw!”

Quest for knowledge

By Willis Okombo

As an undergraduate, most people always desire to achieve something that will change my life. Success brings along a good feeling of importance. There are times you might have felt you can not make it, or that the world is very unfair, one thing for sure, if you want and will, you shall make it.

Innovation in microbiology

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By David N Kirugumi

In the current world, man is always in close association with Microorganisms either positively or negatively. Microbiology is a discipline that mainly deals with the study of how microorganisms works, the impact to human and the environment at large. Thus innovations done in this fields is of great significance to the environment and man altogether. When it comes to microbial diversity, they are very many microbes that negatively impact on human life, thus the discovery of electron microscopes is of very important since it can be used to diagnose harmful microorganisms may be causing a disease, also machines like autoclave machines which are used to sterilize objects being used in the research institutes.

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