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Killing Ourselves Slowly with what We Eat

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Diseases associated with bad eating habits and lack of exercise, such as cardiovascular diseases, cancers and diabetes, common in developed countries are becoming quite widespread in developing countries lately.

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Diseases associated with bad eating habits and lack of exercise, such as cardiovascular diseases, cancers and diabetes, common in developed countries are becoming quite widespread in developing countries lately. This book offers guidance on how to avoid gaining excessive weight and how to lose weight safely (if already overweight), to prevent and manage these chronic diseases. It could serve as a nutrition textbook for medical, nursing, and other allied health profession students. It is also recommended to practicing health professionals and the general reader as a practical guide.

Dr. Samuel Duh holds BSc Biology (Duke University); MSc Microbiology (North Carolina Central University); MD in Medicine (University of North Carolina); and MPH Epidemiology (University of Oklahoma). Dr. Duh worked in several clinical and public health establishments in several states in the USA. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Partnership for Healthcare Improvement in Ghana.

Author: Dr Duh, Samuel V.

Size: 5⅝” x 8⅝”

Pages: x +190

ISBN: 978–9988–53–569–8

Year of publication: 2020

Place of publication: Accra

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  • Store Name: GAVOSS BOOKS
  • Vendor: GAVOSS BOOKS
  • Address: Kusia St., Anyaa
    Dansoman, Accra
    Greater Accra
    GC–112–6639
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