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Ahmed Saheed Feb 22
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Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo Mar 15
Keeping effective for treating infectious is essential for the work on achieving some or all of the Sustainable Development Goals (). AMR is no more a problem of but a problem of now.
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Yusjet Apr 11
Day 69 HAND-WASHING AS SIMPLE AS IT IS CAN SAFE US FROM AMR The regular practice of hand-washing in our daily lives is one of our best defences against illness, as reported by WHO.
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Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo Apr 19
Most of the time, the spent on inappropriate and unneeded antibiotics is a way of increasing the costs of treatment and at the same time fueling
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Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo Mar 2
Boy: Sade, I love it raw. I don't like condom. Sade: Really, STIs such as , , etc are real Boy: Tell me more Sade: Let's...
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ChikweNCDC Feb 3
Very proud to see the challenge on Twitter and especially the involvement of many young Nigerians
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ODEY GOODNESS OGEYI May 15
Day 100πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ Thank to everyone who supported, hope you got value? Feel free to DM
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Alaka Hassan Olayemi Mar 19
No health system will be unstable without working antibiotics...
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Yinusa Enoch Feb 5
Spare the world from losing all our Antibiotics. Use Antibiotics wisely
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Ajibade 'Neeyee πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Apr 16
INFECTION PREVENTION IS THE KEY AGAINST AMR Imagine a world where little or no antibiotics are required to treat infections? This will go a long way in fighting, reducing and preventing Antimicrobial resistance.
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Dammy Feb 18
Apart from drug misuse, using of poor quality or fake drugs can contribute significantly to resistance. The quality of drugs can also be affected by poor storage conditions.
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BAMS Mar 16
The poor will pay for it with their lives
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Ahmed Saheed Feb 8
Do you know? Animals also develop resistance to AM #AntimicrobialResistance
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NCDC Jun 9
Antibiotics are often used to treat infections but they aren’t always the answer. Everybody has a role to play to help reduce antibiotic resistance. Let's handle antibiotics with care.
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Alaka Hassan Olayemi Mar 15
Antimicrobial Resistance is a global development problem which puts achieving Sustainable Development Goals at risk....
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Yusjet Apr 4
Drug abuse here is connected to the drug achievements there and may play a significant role in curbing antibiotic-resistant around us.
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Ahmed Saheed Feb 12
Always consult your healthcare professionals Self medication can lead to AMR
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DUCIT BLUE SOLUTIONS May 17
Replying to @Ducit_Blue
It's been an amazing, educative & interactive "One Health" workshop. There was so much learnt and request to extend the days by the residents. On our part, we will ensure we follow up to keep track and sustain the momentum.
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Yusjet Apr 7
DO YOU KNOW THAT A SIMPLE CUT OR SCRAPE CAN KILL US? Yes! A simple cut or scrape in any part of our body can be life threatening and may leads us to our death. That's exactly what our world would look like without antibiotics.
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Melody Okereke Apr 13
AMR IS EASILY TRANSMITTED VIA CONTACT. Antibiotic resistant strains are transmitted easily through physical contact either directly or indirectly via infected individual or contaminated surface.
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