Recognize the importance of sweating at least 30 minutes every day in human health 2017(updates)

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Recognize the importance of sweating at least 30 minutes every day in human health
Non-communicable diseases not Transmited to  another person that no parasite relating to these diseases. These diseases include diseases of the heart and blood vessels, diabetes, kidney, cancer, chronic chest, mental illness and other chronic disorders, including sickle cell. Unfortunately, despite the planned strategies to combat non-communicable diseases in the country, many Tanzanians are still affected by some loss of life.

 A doctor at Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam, says Professor Andrew Swai, secular figures in 2012 show that non-communicable diseases caused 56 million deaths.

The doctor, who is also the Chairman of the Tanzania Diabetes Association, says of these deaths, 38 million which is 68 percent were attributable to non-communicable diseases and some 16.9 million equivalent to 40 percent are premature. He says 28 million people who are 75 percent of these deaths have died in the developing world. 82 percent of the deaths occurred early in those countries.

 Diseases are encouraged contributed to these deaths (48 percent), cancer (21 percent), chronic diseases of the respiratory tract (12 percent) and 3.5 percent diabetes.

 "Two-thirds of cancer zilizoua in developing countries and the poor are lung, breast, gastrointestinal and liver with 80 percent of diabetics live in poor countries. "The number of people who die from non-communicable diseases have been increasing twice been lingnisha mortality and infectious diseases including HIV / AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria," says Professor Swai.

"The problem of non-communicable diseases becomes faster in developing countries like Tanzania. Estimates suggest that by 2020 these diseases will cause 73 percent of deaths worldwide and 60 percent of the magnitude of the global disease burden, "he said. Chairman of the Federation of Chambers of non-communicable diseases (TANCDA), Problem Mane says Tanzanians are now faced with a double burden of communicable diseases, including an increase in non-communicable diseases.

 He says the pace of non-communicable diseases has increased. Mane says, there is a steady growth of illnesses and even deaths among adolescents are associated with several problems in the group. He says that non-communicable diseases are approaching Passes communicable diseases such as malaria, HIV and TB mainly due to coordination, control and prevention resources are needed most especially money.

 Mane cites medical expenses for the use of health care to the patient's diabetes was estimated to be US $ 465 billion in 2011 when the patient's use of US $ 1,274. He says in 1991, 9 percent of the health budget was needed used only serving diabetic patients. According to the eighth, the factors contributing to these diseases is increasing gradual change of life including physical inactivity, improper eating, drinking, use of tobacco, drugs and stress. 

"People sitting in a classroom, office, watch television, use the elevator, carriages, even the location of a short distance, they do not burn the body has eaten so go put the body fat that contributes to the body unused energy increases," he said. 

Mane cites a 2003 study in school in the country, indicating that urban students had a greater weight in comparison to rural because the processes of life.

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SOFT COPY-TANZANIA MEDIA SERVICE ACT 2016

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READ THE SOFT COPY FOR THE TANZANIA MEDIA SERVICE ACT 2016 >> HERE
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11 Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania has formally adopted the Bill of Information Services in 2016 where the next step is ratified and signed by the President, Dr. John Beer Magufuli to have full law of the land. The bill was approved today in Parliament in Dodoma where the meeting was led by Chairman of the National Assembly, Hon. Andrew Chenge.

MPs discussed the bill clause by clause to support its approval after the Minister responsible for the information you provide to bill you can move the debate. Speaking to journalists after the adoption of the Bill, the Minister of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Hon. Nape Nnauye thanked all stakeholders who participated in commenting on the bill as it is to complete the process resulted in the bill. 

"On behalf of the government I would like to thank all the stakeholders who participated in one way or another to ensure we meet the objectives of roughly 20 years ago to make this profession of information respectable profession like any other," said Minister Nape. 

Nape Minister added that the current bill has been vetted so what remains is the composition of the Code where stakeholders requested the media to appear in abundance for comment  have meaningful regulation of the press and the nation as a whole. 

In addition, Hon. Nape has urged stakeholders to harness the power of information together especially during this period when the Bill is passed also urged stakeholders not to allow divisions to appear between them but cooperate with the Government in carrying out their duty of journalists to work. 

For his part, Attorney General George Saju said that Bill Services News of 2016 is a new beginning of the media in which he urged media stakeholders including the media to recognize that right is always consistent and responsible, so no right without obligation. 

The bill was approved today by Parliament has debated it for two days where it was read a second time before the committee of the whole House to finally read a third time in order to meet the steps in 

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Soft Copy -Tanzania Information Services Act 2016,Sheria ya Huduma za Habari 2016 hii hapa

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President John Magufuli sign the Information Services Act 2016 ==Here
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11 Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania has formally adopted the Bill of Information Services in 2016 where the next step is ratified and signed by the President, Dr. John Beer Magufuli to have full law of the land. The bill was approved today in Parliament in Dodoma where the meeting was led by Chairman of the National Assembly, Hon. Andrew Chenge.

MPs discussed the bill clause by clause to support its approval after the Minister responsible for the information you provide to bill you can move the debate. Speaking to journalists after the adoption of the Bill, the Minister of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Hon. Nape Nnauye thanked all stakeholders who participated in commenting on the bill as it is to complete the process resulted in the bill. 

"On behalf of the government I would like to thank all the stakeholders who participated in one way or another to ensure we meet the objectives of roughly 20 years ago to make this profession of information respectable profession like any other," said Minister Nape. 

Nape Minister added that the current bill has been vetted so what remains is the composition of the Code where stakeholders requested the media to appear in abundance for comment  have meaningful regulation of the press and the nation as a whole. 

In addition, Hon. Nape has urged stakeholders to harness the power of information together especially during this period when the Bill is passed also urged stakeholders not to allow divisions to appear between them but cooperate with the Government in carrying out their duty of journalists to work. 

For his part, Attorney General George Saju said that Bill Services News of 2016 is a new beginning of the media in which he urged media stakeholders including the media to recognize that right is always consistent and responsible, so no right without obligation. 

The bill was approved today by Parliament has debated it for two days where it was read a second time before the committee of the whole House to finally read a third time in order to meet the steps in developing an Act.

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13 benefits of watermelon on health matters

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The fruit has many benefits as well as being a major source of protein, fat, fiber, starch, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Vitamin A, B6, C. Potassium, Magnesium, Carotene, anthocyanins and many other nutrients. The fruit helps to have a greater ability to Abound for muscles and the nervous system to function better and eliminate the risk of high blood pressure.

13 Benefits of healthy watermelon are • 92 percent of it is water • Vitamin A in it improves the health of the eyes • Vitamin C in it strengthens the immune system, • Healing wounds, • help cell damage • Enrich the health of teeth and gums •

Vitamin B6 helps the brain to function properly • Replaces protein into energy • The source of the mineral potassium • Helps you download and curing hypertension • It facilitates circulation • Removes toxins from the body • Increases sexual power especially with eating its seeds


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MATOKEO YANGA Vs KAGERA SUGAR KAITABA STADIUM BUKOBA FULL TIME OCTOBER 22,2016

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MATOKEO YANGA Vs KAGERA SUGAR KAITABA STADIUM BUKOBA  FULL TIME OCTOBER 21-22/2016

MATOKEO YANGA Vs KAGERA SUGAR KAITABA STADIUM BUKOBA  FULL TIME OCTOBER 21-22/2016

MATOKEO YANGA Vs KAGERA SUGAR KAITABA STADIUM BUKOBA  FULL TIME OCTOBER 21-22/2016
PICHA NA MATOKEO BONYEZA HAPA

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