Doctors Urged To Be Professional

MEDICAL doctors have been implored to be professional in their conduct amidst indications that lack of management skills among medical doctors appears to be a major barrier to improving health throughout the world. By Michael Gwarisa Addressing medical doctors at the public health practitioners Leadership symposium in Harare, Fellow of the Faculty of Leadership and Management, Dr Brighton Chireka said in as much as there are challenges impeding the progression of medical practice in Zimbabwe, there was need for practitioners to adapt with times and act as servants to the…

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DREAMS Keeps Girls and Young Women From HIV Infections

THE Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored, and Safe (DREAMS) being implemented by PEPFAR in Zimbabwe and other countries with a high HIV burden has seen a reduction in new HIV infections cases in young girls and women. According to PEPFAR…”the 10 DREAMS countries (Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe) account for more than half of all the new HIV infections that occurred among adolescent girls and young women globally in 2015. This must change. “DREAMS is an ambitious partnership to reduce HIV infections among…

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When can you use a Butterfly Cup?

The Butterfly cup is designed to give you the best experience, no matter what your lifestyle. By creating a seal with the wall of the vagina, the Butterfly Cup holds menstrual blood inside the body. This means there is no odour and no leakage. Combine this with the length of time a Butterfly Cup can be kept in place without needing to be emptied; 8-10 hours, and it is easy to see that the Butterfly Cup is able to support most women in most situations. Whether this is a lady…

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