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HEALTH EDUCATION ON STRESS MANAGEMENT TO DIABETIC AND HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS AT THE NCDs CLINIC AT KASARANI HEALTH CENTRE – 13th November 2020.
Authors: Ms. Veronica Njambi |For correspondence: email@example.com On 13th November 2020, the second clinic day for patients living with diabetes and hypertension was convened at Kasarani Health Center.
Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) especially diabetes and hypertension are a growing concern among urban dwellers in developing countries. As the World Health Organization (WHO) notes