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Disability

I’ve looked at the World Health Organisation statistics on disability and whilst they are global, it is relevant to us here in the UK, so here goes: 516 more words

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"W's"

I was always alone growing up, not always physically, but always feeling alone. An only child with an Aquarian mind. Even when I was surrounded by friends or the few family members I had a chance to know, I remember feeling alone. 451 more words

Air Signs

LEPROSY IS CURABLE - By Dr Aretha Ekpo

We are approaching the World Leprosy Day and Nigeria is one of three countries in Africa having the highest burden of leprosy according to the latest WHO observatory data repository. 236 more words

WHO: Tedros Adhanom raised eyebrows with his appointment of Robert Mugabe and new recruitment policies. But the real shocker was his choice of a Russian to head up agency’s tuberculosis fight.

The Mugabe appointment “was stupid, but this is a disaster,” said Mark Harrington, executive director of Treatment Action Group. Ahead of the appointment, TAG led an 

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A gut feeling

For a while it felt that the focus of health and wellbeing was on our weight. But we have grown wiser to other indicators of health beyond the clearly visible. 651 more words

Culture & Society

Casabloga: Loving Vincent

When I heard that they were making this film, I knew immediately that I had to see it. I’ve been a fan of Van Gogh my entire life, and in fact… 718 more words

Casabloga