New HSB Board Appointed…Minister Warns Against Laziness

HEALTH and Child Care minister, Dr David Parirenyatwa has appointed a six member executive board for the Health Services Board (HSB) which will oversee operations and welfare of all the employees under the health sector. By Michael Gwarisa Launching the board, Minister Parirenyatwa urged members to work hard to ensure the board turns around fortunes of the health sector which is in dire need of revival. “This is a very special day, we used to be all under the public service commission and then there was a a commission set…

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NAC Unveils $10 000 Cancer Awareness Sponsorship

THE Zimbabwe National Aids Council (NAC) has unveiled sponsorship to  the tune of $10 000 for the Zimbabwe Open Golf tournament for ladies which will go towards cancer awareness through sport and and recreation activities. HealthTimes Reporter Speaking at the ceremony marking the unveiling of the package, NAC Chief Executive Officer, Dr Tapuwa Magure said the decision to support Cancer awareness through Golf was arrived at following revelations that there is a close relationship between HIV and cancer and involvement in sporting activities could reduce the scourge of cancer. The $10,000.00…

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Parkview Hospital To Offer Cardiac Catheterization

PREMIER Services Medical Investment subsidiary, Parkview Hospital says it is now focused on offering specialized health services amidsts indications that the centre will be offering cardiac (heart) catheterization and orthopedic services come year end. By Michael Gwarisa The development come in the wake of growing concerns over increased numbbers of people who are travelling outside the country the seek medical treatment in cardiac diseases, renal and other complicated ailments. Speaking on the sidelines of a tour of the Parkview Hospital a subsidiary of PSMI, health and child Care minister, Dr David Parirenyatwa…

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5 myths about infertility

INFERTILITY – the inability to get pregnant after 12 months of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse – affects about 1 in 10 couples. A diagnosis can alter relationships, lead to depression and anxiety, and threaten lifelong expectations of parenthood. Thankfully, medical advances such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) have made it possible for certain couples to conceive, but these treatments carry risks and are often poorly understood. Here are five common misconceptions. Myth No. 1: Stress causes infertility An article on WebMD claims that doctors believe “the stress of actually undergoing…

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