A cut above the rest
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A cut above the rest

There was a spring in Dr Obadiah Moyo’s step on Thursday as he showed Health…

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Are herbs really curing cancer?
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Are herbs really curing cancer?

Stories by Shamiso Yikoniko Extra Reporter ln different parts of the world, traditional medicine is either…

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Shorter regimen for drug resistant TB
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Shorter regimen for drug resistant TB

BEING diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) sounds like a death sentence to some due to the…

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Facing the weight demons
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Facing the weight demons

Shamiso Yikoniko Unhealthy habits such as smoking, alcohol abuse and sticking to high-fat, salt and…

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Minister Pari’s statement on medical aid societies
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Minister Pari’s statement on medical aid societies

Ministerial statement on the challenges in working relationships between medical aid societies, AHFoZ and providers…

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Health sector is a security sector
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Health sector is a security sector

Vukani Madoda The Sharp Shooter Today let’s talk about our health. Your health and my…

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Is this a favour or a curse?
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Is this a favour or a curse?

Tobaiwa Mudede & Richard Hondo The rise in the use of contraceptives is not difficult…

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We don’t owe doctors anything
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We don’t owe doctors anything

Shylet Sanyanga It is not a fact that medical aid societies are not paying health…

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The essence of Gene Xpert in TB interventions
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The essence of Gene Xpert in TB interventions

Sharon Kavhu In Zimbabwe, tuberculosis has traditionally been detected by searching for evidence of TB…

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RIGHT TO BE HEARD: A patient’s agonising hospital experience
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RIGHT TO BE HEARD: A patient’s agonising hospital experience

Mrs Loveness Chileka I have been a civil servant for years now and, therefore, subscribe…

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Medical aid claims: Ball in minister’s court
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Medical aid claims: Ball in minister’s court

Asking patients to pay cash upfront (from July 1, 2016) will not be easy on…

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What are YOUR chances of getting cancer?
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What are YOUR chances of getting cancer?

From the most common to the most deadly, expert explores who is most at risk.…

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The new weapon against HIV
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The new weapon against HIV

Sharon Kavhu It is extremely difficult to notice the scars that 26-year-old Alice Soko (not…

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An encounter between sex workers, MPs
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An encounter between sex workers, MPs

Sharon Kavhu Sex workers are among the key population areas in HIV responses in Zimbabwe.…

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5 medical aid societies for SMEs
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5 medical aid societies for SMEs

Shamiso Yikoniko Government has registered five new medical aid societies to cater exclusively for SMEs…

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