Democritus, 18 November (EMM): The Zunheboto Regional Health Society organized a free health camp at the Ahuna-Mini Hornbill Festival during November 12-14. Updates from the founding of Zunheboto's chief physician informed Sunday that health services and medicines were provided free of charge to all patients, which numbered about 364 people.
Several conditions were treated and the secondary OT occurred during the event. Urine tests, HIV screening, blood grouping, and AFB pelvis research were also conducted. Furthermore, 30 eye cases were examined and 91 laboratory investigations were conducted, they said. Brochures and brochures were also distributed.
Another medical event that took place at Zunheboto was World Diabetes Day. The region attended "World Diabetes Day" on "Families and Diabetes – Diabetes for Every Family" on November 14 at Zunheboto's elementary school.
According to a press release, Dr. C W Tungoe, Zunheboto's chief physician during his speech, encouraged participants to adopt healthy lifestyles, proper nutrition, regular exercises, and encourage participants to follow regular blood glucose tests. It states that the main goal of monitoring the World Diabetes Day was to raise community awareness of the causes and effects of diabetes and to inform the public about the availability of facilities in healthcare facilities.
Tungoe said complications of diabetes harm the vital organs of the human body and eventually diabetic patients succumb to the failure of many organs. He said that about 80% of developing diabetes can be avoided by regular exercise, eating habits, avoiding stress and healthy living.
The readjustments reported that a screening camp was conducted during which 91 subjects were examined for blood sugar.