The first person to be cured of HIV/AIDS has died

The first person known to have been cured of HIV/AIDS Timothy Ray Brown has died according to the International AIDS Society (IAS). Well known by...

Zim records spike in colon cancer cases

CASES of colon and other digestive cancers are on the rise in Zimbabwe to add to the prevalence of infection-related cancers. Over the past...

Johnson & Johnson’s speaks on their Coronavirus Vaccine

A Covid-19 vaccine could be available early next year as Johnson & Johnson moves to its final stage of clinical trials for a single-shot...

Did you know sleeping naked can help you lose weight: 10 Benefits of sleeping...

According to health experts, there are a lot of medical benefits to sleeping naked. Getting the right amount of sleep has an untold number of...

VP Chiwenga outlines health policy to partners

Vice President Constantino Chiwenga on Wednesday briefed foreign and local development partners and suppliers on the new structures in the Ministry of Health and...

COVID-19 vaccine trial on hold after unexplained illness

LONDON - Clinical trials on one of the most advanced experimental COVID-19 vaccines, which is being developed by pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and Oxford University, were "paused" after...

MoHCC announces nurses interview dates

THE Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) on Friday advised all shortlisted aspiring nurses to report for interviews at their nearest nursing training...

Sex during lockdown: what on earth is that?

For many, lockdown has been a dry patch when it comes to sex. A study by Indiana University in the US found that half of...

Ebola kills 43 in western DR Congo

The Ebola outbreak in the western Democratic Republic of Congo has infected 100 people as of Friday, killing 43 of them, the World Health...

Millions of women lose contraceptives, abortions amid COVID-19

Millions of women and girls globally have lost access to contraceptives and abortion services because of the coronavirus pandemic, as they bear the brunt...