“Disabled Doesnt Mean Unable, I Am Blessed” – Beautiful Lady Drops A Heartfelt Inspiring Post As She Celebrates 17th Year Of Being Paralyzed

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A beautiful lady and Instagram user, Alexis, dropped a heartfelt message as she marked her 17th year of being paralyzed after getting involved in a car accident. According to Alexis, these 17 years have been life changing and she has learnt to face her adversity everyday with a smile on my face. Here’s her inspiring post; “Today is special to me.. it’s an anniversary and rebirth all in one… Today makes 17 years since I was in a car accident that resulted in me being paralyzed. These years have been…

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Bulawayo records least new HIV infections

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BULAWAYO province has, for the first time in years, recorded the least new HIV infections in Zimbabwe. The province, according to 2016 Zimbabwe Population-Based HIV Impact Assessment (ZIMPHIA), recorded an 18 percent decrease from 8 584 cases recorded in 2014. According to the 2016 HIV and Aids Estimates, Bulawayo also has the least number of children living with HIV. “Bulawayo recorded 1 558 new adult HIV cases becoming the least in all the country’s 10 provinces. Midlands province contributed the highest number of adult new infections followed by Harare,” reads…

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Zim records 40k new HIV infections

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THE country has recorded 40 500 cases of new HIV infections in 2016 with the country’s southern region contributing 59 percent of the incidences. According to statistics released by the Ministry of Health and Child Care in the HIV and Aids Estimates Report for 2016, there were approximately 36 700 new HIV infections that occurred among adults and 3 900 among children in 2016. Speaking during the launch of the HIV and Aids Estimates Report for 2016 in Bulawayo on Thursday, Health and Child Care Director, Aids and TB Programme,…

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Unknown Hollywood celeb accused of exposing woman to HIV

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A prominent Hollywood celebrity has been accused of rape and for exposing a woman to HIV. A woman, listed as Jane Doe, is suing a man listed as David Doe for sexual battery and assault. She claims that while she worked for him he ‘leveraged his power’, raped her and exposed her to HIV. The woman claims she worked as a part-time personal assistant for the man she accuses, and according to TMZ she alleges she was forced to ‘engage in unwanted rough sex, ignored her requests to stop, and…

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Ugandan inventor, Brian Turyabagye, has created a Bluetooth biomedical jacket that diagnoses pneumonia more accurately and quickly than a doctor.

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CNN)Getting a pneumonia diagnosis wrong can be fatal. As Ugandan inventor Brian Turyabagye knows all too well. Turyabagye’s close friend and business partner, Olivia Koburongo, lost her grandmother to it; she’d visited several clinics which mistakenly diagnosed her with malaria. “At her deathbed, the prognosis reports indicated she actually died of pneumonia,” Turyabagye tells CNN. Unfortunately, this story is all too familiar in Africa. “A misdiagnosis of malaria is really common,” Turyabagye says. The problem is particularly acute with infants. According to UNICEF, pneumonia kills half a million children under…

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Daryll Rowe filmed calmly lying to police about his HIV status

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Chilling footage has emerged of Daryll Rowe lying to police about his HIV status after he deliberately tried to infect 10 men with HIV. Rowe met his victims on Grindr before either having unprotected sex or breaking condoms in a practice known as ‘stealthing’. He was found guilty of five counts of GBH with intent and five counts of attempting to do so in the first first prosecution of its kind in the country. It is the first time prosecutors have successfully brought charges based on someone’s intention to deliberately…

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Are you suffering from period cramps? Marijuana tampons are here to take your pain away!

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An end to a torturous era of discomfort for women. 2017 should officially be known as the year of marijuana. With increasing awareness about cannabis and it’s healing properties spreading far and wide across the world, marijuana is now being given its due recognition as an effective medicinal product by both masses and medical experts alike. Numerous research studies have found out that cannabis can help in curing a variety of medical conditions like glaucoma, insomnia epilepsy and even depression. Small batch medicine making with @thegaiaschoolofhealingca & @vesselandsoul from our…

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Woman Arrested After Infecting Over 100 Men with H.I.V

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A SOUTH FLORIDA WOMAN is in jail tonight because of her shocking confession to officials. According to police reports, the young woman went down to the station to make a report against herself telling officials “I buried the good girl in me and became a Real Bad Bitch, That’s what they all wanted” When questioned by police ,the woman then proclaimed “My goal was to infect as many as possible”she explained. When asked how many men had she infected with the virus,she said at least fifty are more.She also went…

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SA : Department of Health reveal plans to ban smoking in all public places

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Smokers are about to get burned by these new proposals… You may not light up at the bar. You may not light up near your car. And you can’t start smoking on designated floors… You cannot even smoke indoors. These are effectively the proposals being set out by the Department of Health. But they have been less ‘Dr Seuss’ about it than us. Their draft legislation aims to prohibit smoking in all public areas, whether that’s indoors our outside. Draft legislation plans to ban smoking in all public places Designated…

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Medical breakthrough means science is close to an HIV vaccine at last

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Researchers have “unblocked” a process in the HIV virus itself which was preventing our ­antibody-generating B-cells in the immune system from making ­antibodies to kill the virus Thinking back, I remember the hysteria over AIDS which gripped the ­country in the 80s. I even made a TV programme aimed at calming the alarm. Such was the fear surrounding HIV, I was unable to make the programme with an AIDS sufferer (a woman who had contracted the condition through a contaminated blood transfusion) in a TV studio. Instead, I was forced…

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