Dr. Chebani is a versatile and experienced professional with a passion for health education, health research, data science, and lifestyle medicine. Tampiwa graduated from the University of Melbourne Medical school with degrees in Medicine, surgery, and Medical science. His background in Health Education and Clinical Medicine makes him a skillful communicator capable of distilling difficult medical concepts so that they can be understood by the general public. His work involves teaching, clinical practice and is a frequent speaker at wellness events in his capacity as a Corporate Wellness Director for Health First, a health promotion and Education organization.
Researchers from Germany’s Julius-Maximilians-Universität (JMU) Wurzburg have revealed a cellular mechanism that human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6) relies on to reactivate. Herpes viruses are just about universal in human beings. …
Epilepsy and hearing loss both appear to be among the earliest signs that someone may develop Parkinson’s disease, according to a British study conducted on a large and diverse …
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