By James Ogunnaike A Paediatrician with the Federal Medical Center (FMC), Abeokuta, Dr. Joyce Akinseinde has advised Nigerians to embrace fasting and regular walks to stay healthy. Besides, she counselled them on the intake of a minimum of eight sachets of water in the harmattan season and less in other seasons per day. Dr. Akinseinde,Read More
Medical experts on Saturday advised Nigerians to adopt healthy lifestyles so as to prevent diseases and to live better and longer.
The experts gave the advice during a news conference at the 2nd International Lifestyle Medicine Conference in Abuja, organised by the Society of Lifestyle Medicine of Nigeria (SOLONg)’.
They advised Nigerians to engage in physical activities, have restorative night time sleep, involve in social support, avoid taking harmful substances and go for
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