The future is wellness

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THERE is need for a paradigm shift in public health, even with the advances of the last half-a-centu

THERE is need for a paradigm shift in public health, even with the advances of the last half-a-century that put our life expectancy today at some 78.5 years for females and 73.6 for males.

We want our people to live longer. We also want them to enjoy a better quality of life as they live longer. This requires a change in our approach to public health, which, up to now, has largely been a sort of 'brick and mortar' approach, with sick people going to a health care facility for treatment by nurse..

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