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Managing Hypertension

Managing Hypertension

Did you know that physical activity, exercise, medication adherence and lifestyle modifications provide a protective effect on your cardiovascular system; especially against hypertension and a wide range of cardiac disease? With one-quarter of the world’s adult...

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Lessons from Dry January

Lessons from Dry January

Since its inception in 2012, millions have participated in what has become a life changing movement termed Dry January. What is Dry January? Dry January or Booze-free January is a public health campaign urging people to abstain from alcohol in the month of January...

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Easing into the New Year

Easing into the New Year

It’s a New Year with countless opportunities at being a better person, with or without New Year resolutions. First off, it’s important to understand that taking steps to be healthy no matter how small, goes a very long way in the end. Here are a few tips to help you...

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Ncds deserve more attention

Ncds deserve more attention

This year has had its fair share of global health disasters. From another Ebola outbreak in DRC to cholera, humanitarian crises and collapse of the public health system in Yemen, global health leaders have been kept on their toes all year long. The opioid crises and...

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How to benefit from different forms of exercises

How to benefit from different forms of exercises

It would be great to start off by first understanding what terms like physical fitness and physical activity mean. Physical activity and exercise are often used interchangeably, but these terms are not synonymous. Physical activity which could be light, moderate or...

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Active travel and your health

Active travel and your health

Active travel implies that there is such a thing as passive travel; and that, most often than not, is what we mean when we generally refer to traveling. Passive travel simply means utilizing little or no physical effort to move from one place to another. Think of...

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Sofas and your postural health

Sofas and your postural health

We pay way more attention to the look, colour, and stylishness of our sofas before considering how we would feel when we actually sit in them and later on attributing the symptoms of pain or aches in our bodies to stress when really, it’s the furniture or simply just bad posture when in that furniture.

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Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical spondylosis is a degenerative disorder at the level of the cervical spine. It can be described as the result of degeneration of the intervertebral discs or the vertebral bodies in the cervical region. Cervical spondylosis is characterised by: Formation of...

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