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Uhas spearheads campaign on healthy living among Ghanaians

Uhas students on a health walk

The Head of Nutrition and Dietetics  Department of the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Eunice Berko-Nartey has advised Ghanaians to  adopt routine physical exercise in order to minimize the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.

According to her, diseases such as stroke and hypertension is on the rise especially among  young adults due to bad eating habits and lack of regular physical exercise.
She therefore asked everyone to pay critical attention to their wellbeing by adopting healthy lifestyle.
Mrs. Berko-Nartey was Speaking to Starr news  during community campaign organized by UHAS dubbed   ‘Healthy Eating Advocacy Drive’ in Ho.
The campaign started with a massive walk by students, residents and personnel of the security agencies through the principal streets of the regional capital and was climaxed at the forecourt of the regional hospital with health screening for participants.

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