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World Glaucoma Week

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that cause progressive damage of the optic nerve at the point where it leaves the eye to carry visual information to the brain. If left untreated, most types of glaucoma progress (without [...]

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WORLD HEARING DAY

W Communicating with someone who has a hearing loss need not be difficult. Here are some simple tips for communicating more effectively with someone who has a hearing loss: Hearing impairment, or deafness, is when your hearing is affected [...]

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Pregnancy Awareness Week 11-15

The Department of Health uses this time to strengthen pregnancy education and stress important issues that promote a healthy pregnancy and safe motherhood. Prenatal Vitamins: Prenatal Vitamins are available over the counter at most stores. It’s important you get essential nutrients, [...]

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STI / CONDOM WEEK 11-15

The theme of National Condom Day this year is consent, which means agreeing to do something, or for something to happen. The tagline of National Condom Day is ‘Ask first: communicate and negotiate’. Asking for consent, communicating with your sexual partner/s about their [...]

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WORLD EPILEPSY DAY

Epilepsy is an assortment of different types of seizures originating from several mechanisms that have in common the sudden excessive discharge of cerebral neurons. It may result in: -Loss off consciousness -A typical or odd behavior -Distorted perceptions This [...]

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EPILEPSY

WORLD EPILEPSY DAY Epilepsy is an assortment of different types of seizures originating from several mechanisms that have in common the sudden excessive discharge of cerebral neurons. It may result in: -Loss off consciousness -A typical or odd behavior [...]

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