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health ping from treat at home app on 27/11/21

TAH Health Ping – 27/11/21

Nde-ewo! This is Sasa, your Health Assistant with the latest Health Ping. Health Tip Unsafe food containing harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites or chemical substances, causes more than 200 diseases – ranging from diarrhoea to cancers. When buying food at the market or store, check the labels or the actual produce to ensure it is safe to eat. […]
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health ping from treat at home app on 26/11/21

TAH Health Ping – 26/11/21

Jo Napot! Sasa here, your Health Assistant with the latest Health Ping. Health Tip Regular check-ups can help find health problems before they start. Health professionals can help find and diagnose health issues early, when your chances for treatment and cure are better. Go to your nearest health facility to check out the the health services, screenings and […]
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health ping from treat at home app on 25/11/21

TAH Health Ping – 25/11/21

Yasou! This is Sasa, your Health Assistant with the latest Health Ping. Health Tip Coffee is rich in antioxidants, and some studies have linked coffee intake to longevity and a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, and numerous other illnesses. The most beneficial intake amount appears to be 3–4 cups per day, although pregnant […]
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health ping from treat at home app on 24/11/21

TAH Health Ping – 24/11/21

Shalom! Sasa here, your Health Assistant with the latest Health Ping. Health Tip Drinking more water, keeping hydrated, eating bananas, pineapples and using heat pack during periods may help to get rid of dysmenorrhoea. Health Quote “True health care reform cannot happen in Washington. It has to happen in our kitchens, in our homes, in our communities. All […]
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health ping from treat at home app on 23/11/21

TAH Health Ping – 23/11/21

Marhaba! This is Sasa, your Health Assistant with the latest Health Ping. Health Tip Ultra-processed foods are highly palatable, meaning they are easily overeaten and activate reward-related regions in the brain, which can lead to excess calorie consumption and weight gain. Studies show that diets high in ultra-processed food can contribute to obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart […]
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