The government has urged companies and other employers to ensure that occupational health and safety training programmes are undertaken in order to reduce the risk of injury, disease and deaths at the workplace.
The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe has called upon the public to stop pushing pharmacists to dispense anti-biotics and other medicinal drugs that require a doctorâ€™s prescription as there are dangers associated with such actions.Read More
Greater commitment towards malaria and HIV control and measles immunisation, have reduced global child deaths from 12.5 million in 1990 to 8.8 million in 2008, according to the United Nations Secretary Generalâ€™s Millennium Development Goals report for 2010, launched in Harare this Friday.
As the 2015 deadline to meet the Millennium Development Goals approaches, countries around the globe have made some progress in achieving the targets, including combating HIV and AIDS, malaria and other diseases.
Research has shown that something as simple as olive oil could actually make a difference when predisposed to or fighting against breast cancer.
Components in this antioxidant monounsaturated fat actually attack tumors, retarding their growth (even to the point of implosion) and can protect DNA against harmful cancerous cells.Read More