12 WAYS YOUR BODY TRIES TO TELL YOU THAT YOUR LIVER IS BEING DAMAGED!

Our liver is the vital organ located in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen and partially protected by the ribs. It’s interesting that the liver is the largest solid organ in a human body. This organ is critical for numerous bodily functions. So, it’s very important to recognize the signs of liver damage and also to take care of the liver. 12 Early Symptoms of Damaged Liver The medical experts explain that there are more than 100 different types of liver disease and each of them has different manifestations.…

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#BREAKING: Polony Kills 180 in South Africa…identified as source of listeria outbreak

Polony and products from an Enterprise Foods factory in Polokwane‚ Limpopo‚ are the source of the world’s largest outbreak of listeria which has claimed not less than 180 lives in South Africa. SOURCE: TIMESLIVE Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi made the announcement on Sunday afternoon. More than 16 environmental samples from the Enterprise Polokwane factory tested positive for the listeriosis monocytogenes strain ST 6. The results from the factory were confirmed at midnight on Saturday at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases as the strain to blame for the outbreak that…

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CWGH Slams Government Over Doctors Strike

THE Community Working Group on Health (CWGH) has taken a swipe at government’s failure to address the welfare of medical doctors and the health workforce following a crippling industrial action which has plunged the health sector in quandary. Speaking to HealthTimes, CWGH Executive Director, Itai Rusike said the continued strikes by doctors was reflection of government’s lack of will to address the challenges bedeviling the sector and as a result, health services continue to deteriorate. “It is very sad that Zimbabwe has once again been plunged into a serious health…

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MyTherapy App Helps HIV Patients Adhere To ARV Timetables

HIV prevalence remains high in Zimbabwe, with recent statistics indicating that there are approximately 1.3 million people living with HIV in the country. In 2016, there were 40 000 new HIV infections and 30 000 AIDS-related deaths. However, there is some hopeful news amidst these worrying statistics. By Tracey Ruff Guest Writer Firstly, around 75% of adults living in Zimbabwe are on antiretroviral treatment – a number that is relatively high when compared to other countries in Africa – and secondly, international donor sources are channelling money into helping the…

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