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Olubunmi Omojowolo

15 Nov 2020
Health experts have once again recommended maintaining healthy body weight, being physically active for at least 30 minutes regularly, moderation in intensity of activities on most days, is required for preventing diabetes.
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The unrelenting heat that has characterised the dry season for some time now calls for smart and strategic lifestyle changes to considerably reduce the damaging effects. Former President, Association of Resident Doctors in Lagos University Teaching Hospital ....
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As the world marks Leprosy Day today, medical experts have advocated more focus on the disease. They advised that government and health workers embark on intense public health awareness to reduce ignorance about the disease and knowledge.....
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World Pneumonia Day comes up on November 12. Health experts describe the condition as an infection that inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs.

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