NCDs: The next health challenge
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NCDs: The next health challenge

It is a known fact that non-communicable diseases (NCDs) have overtaken HIV and Aids in…

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Most Medical Aid Societies operating temporarily
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Most Medical Aid Societies operating temporarily

Shamiso Yikoniko Health Reporter Seventeen medical aid societies are operating on temporary licences as Government…

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More women  die in child birth
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More women die in child birth

Shamiso Yikoniko Resource constraints at some of Zimbabwe’s referral hospitals are taking a toll, with…

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Cimas to lose operating licence
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Cimas to lose operating licence

Livingstone Marufu GOVERNMENT has given Cimas Medical Aid Society a seven-day ultimatum to honour all…

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Anti-microbial Resistance: Why we should care about correct use
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Anti-microbial Resistance: Why we should care about correct use

Dr Pamela Woods The term “anti-microbial resistance” or “AMR’ is in the news worldwide these…

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Circumcision drive snips towards target
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Circumcision drive snips towards target

Shamiso Yikoniko Zimbabwe is likely to miss its target to circumcise at least 1,3 million…

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Cochlea: Let the nation hear
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Cochlea: Let the nation hear

Lawson Madzivanyika The ability to relate, share ideas, participate in activities, and experience one’s surroundings…

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Cimas defies Govt directive
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Cimas defies Govt directive

Livingstone Marufu CIMAS Medical Aid Society, the country’s second-largest health insurance business, is on a…

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2 000 succumb to cancer yearly
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2 000 succumb to cancer yearly

Nearly 2 000 Zimbabweans die of cancer yearly and 81 percent of them would have…

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HIV burden drops
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HIV burden drops

Shamiso Yikoniko Health Reporter Zimbabwe’s HIV prevalence rate declined from 15, 7 percent in 2011…

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Cimas, Corporate 24 bury the hatchet
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Cimas, Corporate 24 bury the hatchet

Business Reporters The Health and Child Care Ministry has ordered Cimas to lift a ban…

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The curse of Pulmonary Tuberculosis
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The curse of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Sharon Kavhu Tonderai Nhova (not real name), is an 11-year-old boy who was diagnosed with…

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Helping autistic kids make sense of the world
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Helping autistic kids make sense of the world

Linda Mzapi Life has a different meaning for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), better…

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Bone marrow transplant cure for HIV, Aids?
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Bone marrow transplant cure for HIV, Aids?

In February 2007, Timothy Ray Brown was HIV-positive. In March 2016, he is not. The…

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Breakthrough in paediatric TB treatment
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Breakthrough in paediatric TB treatment

Shamiso Yikoniko Sometimes all you have is hope. That was so for Linda Pasi (not…

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