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How the recession is affecting our health

It’s no secret that the economy in Nigeria is tough. Being in a recession means that there is less money in circulation and there are more unemployed people. But what does this mean for people’s health. How is this recession affecting people’s health? I am going to tell you what I have observed from myself and from the hundreds of patients I see every day.

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Dear pharmacist, I have been taking BP medication and my blood pressure is still high

We launched a column on our blog to address questions and issues raised by our clients that seeks medical solution in the Keek’s Pharmacy. We hope you find solution through the questions and response we provide.

Dear Pharmacist,

I have been a diagnosed hypertensive for one year now. I am on two blood pressure medications but still my blood pressure records up to 140/95 sometimes. I am confused, why is this happening?

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Chronic diseases; why people need to watch their life and lifestyle

Chronic diseases also referred to as Non-Communicable Diseases has been on a fast and steady rise in Nigeria as we are winning the war against the prevalence of many infectious or Communicable Diseases. Experts say NCDs are the leading causes of death worldwide.

These Chronic diseases include heart/cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes, chronic kidney and respiratory diseases and are responsible for the majority of NCD-related illnesses and deaths in Nigeria.

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Dear Pharmacist, I have recurring malaria.

We launched a column on our blog to address questions and issues raised by our clients that seeks medical solution in the Keek’s Pharmacy. We hope you find solution through the questions and response we provide.

Dear Pharmacist,

I have treated malaria twice this month already, but I still feel sick. I feel feverish, my head hurts, and I feel really weak.

Become a better counselor. Learn how to effectively counsel patients and establish relationship with them to improve compliance and loyalty. This course was designed for medical personnel and support staff.
11th Feb, 2017
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