Health Matters Dr Tendai Zuze AN asthma attack is when the air passages in your chest become swollen and inflamed.
Catherine Murombedzi Health Correspondent THE driving seat means being in control and responsible for the safety of those you drive. Truck drivers are an integral part of economies and they drive all movables on the road network. By the nature of their jobs they are away from their families and loved ones for long, even […]
Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Senior Reporter Manicaland is set to benefit immensely from the roll out of the HPV vaccination programme, which will help bring down cancer-related deaths in the province.
Dr Tendai Zuze Health Matters Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that occurs in the cells of the cervix — the lower part of the uterus (chibereko) that connects to the vagina. Various strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection, play a role in causing most cases of cervical cancer. When […]
Dr Mazvita Machinga Everyone, man or female feels sad or irritable sometimes or has trouble sleeping, and focusing occasionally. But these feelings and troubles usually pass after a couple of days. When a man who has depression, he has trouble with daily life and loses interest in anything for over two weeks at a time.
Dr Tendai Zuze Health Matters When you think of cancer, you usually imagine it occurring in an elderly person. It is worthwhile to remember, though, that children can also get various types of cancer. The types of cancer in children, however, are different from those that develop in adults. Lifestyle or environmental risk factors don’t […]
Tendai Gukutikwa MANICALAND is lagging behind in implementation and reporting of Isioniazid Preventative Therapy (IPT) when compared to other provinces. IPT are preventative measures given to HIV patients that prevent them from contracting tuberculosis.
Dr Tendai Zuze Matters of Health A painful ear can be very distressing and earache is one of the commonest reasons why you might visit, or take your child to the doctor’s. Earache is more common in children than it is in adults.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent TWENTY EIGHT people have succumbed to malaria while 30 000 cases of affected people were reported during the first quarter of the year, the Provincial Medical Director, Dr Patron Mafaune has said.