‘My husband accepted my status’
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‘My husband accepted my status’

Sharon Kavhu recently in Kadoma “I spent three months without telling my husband and I…

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Zinatha medical  school to re-open
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Zinatha medical school to re-open

Desire Ncube The Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association says they will soon re-open their medical…

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Traditional healers want stake in self-testing
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Traditional healers want stake in self-testing

Traditional and faith healers are demanding greater involvement in the fight against STIs, HIV and…

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Condoms, gloves can  cause cancer: WHO
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Condoms, gloves can cause cancer: WHO

Lungile Tshuma CONDOMS, baby pacifiers/soothers (“dummies”) and other rubber products like gloves, which many Zimbabweans…

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Brief commentary on HIV and Aids
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Brief commentary on HIV and Aids

Zim readies for HIV self-testing
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Zim readies for HIV self-testing

Tendai Chara Questions are being asked regarding Zimbabwe’s preparedness to embrace HIV self-testing as Government…

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Fight against child sexual abuse. . . Child friendly clinic now in Mat North
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Fight against child sexual abuse. . . Child friendly clinic now in Mat North

Bridge Writer Children who are sexually abused in Lupane can now access the services in…

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Drug resistant TB treatment to be expanded
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Drug resistant TB treatment to be expanded

Tafadzwa Kadani The treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) will soon be decentralised to all 10…

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The dreaded ‘C’ word
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The dreaded ‘C’ word

Madzudzo Michelle Chishamiso Pain, death, hopelessness, incurable, are usually the words that ring a bell…

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Confronting the cancer menace
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Confronting the cancer menace

Tafadzwa Kadani For many Zimbabweans, a cancer diagnosis is a death sentence. T he chronic…

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Beating Asperger’s, beating the odds
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Beating Asperger’s, beating the odds

Tafadzwa Kadani Being born with Asperger’s syndrome and dyslexia can put one on the fringers…

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Harare Hospital in critical condition
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Harare Hospital in critical condition

Investigations Editor HARARE Central Hospital is not offering critical services such as computerised tomography (CT)…

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Zika virus: Are we safe?
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Zika virus: Are we safe?

Tafadzwa Kadani Over the past two weeks, the world has been on high alert following…

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HEALTH: First U.S Zika virus suspected to be sexually transmitted
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HEALTH: First U.S Zika virus suspected to be sexually transmitted

The first known case of Zika virus transmission in the United States was reported in…

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When weight becomes a problem
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When weight becomes a problem

Sixteen-year-old Panashe Wakatama’s day begins at 4 am. The house that he shares with his…

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