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Take a little food and you will live longer

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Eating defines many aspects of our health status. That is why you hear of so many catchphrases associated with food. ‘You are what you eat’ is one such common phrase. In its simplest interpretation, it implies a negative association of poor eating habits with health.

Take a little food and you will live longer

By Alfred Murage | 4 years ago

Pregnant and caught in the midst of terror

Pregnant and caught in the midst of terror

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ALFRED MURAGE | 7 years ago

Enjoy life after menopause

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DR ALFRED MURAGE | 7 years ago

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Dr.Alfred Murage | 7 years ago

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