Prudential Heart Disease Prevention Campaign



a very good morning I think you so much for staying with us you are still watching the morning breeze last segment of the breakfast meeting my name is the ring Comanche yes it's a patch-up of July and of course we are counting just a day left into the new month of August of course insha'Allah we just have to keep praying and see that we all get to get there so this morning I would be talking Prudential you know that's an assurance you know a British assurance your gander limited and of course we are talking about you know one of the world's leading life insurance with a huge presence in Europe in Asia in the US and of course they recently came into Uganda I was in 2015 so Prudential has a heart disease prevention campaign that will be discussing this morning finding out you know you know why the heart disease campaign itself you know what's gonna happen how can the public benefit from this particular campaign how long is the campaign itself you know how here is the problem itself and you know the objective and you know what pradesh intends to achieve out of this campaign itself now in studio with me i have dr. Amin eok-jo a consulted cardiologist at Uganda Heart Institute also have mr. Paul not gave me that's the head of health insurance business good morning how are you thank you for joining us good morning dr. Liu thank you for joining us before we get into the campaign you know it is about tradition I think you are good morning viewers I'd like to talk about Prudential but also basically is a life insurance company you said we came to Ghana in 2015 but we are a global company multinational company so we basically all over the globe okay you'll find potential in North America in the u.s. we also in Asia when Europe I mean also in Africa okay yeah in Africa we've got about six offices we've got an office in South Africa okay the office in of course Uganda offices in Zambia offices in Ghana Kenya and Nigeria as well so in Uganda we are we have focuses in on and one office in La Mirada so in Kampala your final circuit offices in Greenland tell us in Kampala would head of pieces from Kampala Road it's on a second floor Kampala Boulevard and we also have another office on zebra Plaza also in Kampala Road on the tenth floor they're not sort of office in bar as well yeah so Prudential like I said is a very old and trusted insurance company we near for a long long time and what you be known for a long time you able to perfect certain things but we've such babies in Eugene Uganda yes yes yes I'm really making a mark okay so apart from you you know you being cool over you know Europe us you know Asian own why did you carry with you Joe Kenda okay in Uganda we also the most capitalized Life Assurance Company uncouple is important because you only able to meet your liabilities when you're adequately backed by enough financial capital so a very well capitalized company secondly we have a very vibrant product I say I have two vibrant products our flagship product is a Life Assurance product where we're helping your Gunners to be able to save towards guaranteeing education for their children whether they're going to be alive after five 10 15 20 years whether they're going to be god forbid if you're not there prudential step in and ensure that each one can continue actually accessing education and you might have seen some of the testimonials you've had realized his millions on our radio and TV or virtually families that are virtually being compensated when the Elevens have been lost and their children can still access education even the options of yeah yes alright so why this some time ago campaign because you know your life you know the insurance products you know offered by Prudential could being just you know the heart diseases and all why focus or the heart you don't use okay thank you uh we do I say like a flood prop the product is a life assurance product but we do offer more than life we also have a health insurance as well so if you're an employer in Uganda or you're an organized group or that group you can actually access health insurance people they collect medical insurance yeah so you can come to Prudential and why I made a put insurance cover and you got until you financial protection in terms of if you are an accident or you fall sick whether it is a an acute ailment I guess I'm a sadness that you can't that you can you can treat and you can be healed we also cover chronic ailments so that's that's covered so that's why health insurance product and that potential we have set aside so much on prevention rather than cure because many times you find that the certain elements that actually you can actually avoid if you do are checks on time so you do may be fertile but blood pressure check blood sugar check able to avoid certain debilitating elements in the future but that's you know a culture we are year to adapt as you can use we normally wait for the last minute or when things go bad first you know I should I'll be discussing with this with doctor nobody wait until it's actually bad for us to go return to the hospital and you know I'm guilty as charged you know so how's Prudential going about the provision okay and that's something we'll try to chair we're trying to change that culture yeah because actually it's cool to see we don't train will talk about the incidence of heart disease in Uganda but even beyond heart disease this is like cancer we quickly carry so much within us that we're not aware unless we check so that's what the campaign is really about yeah because what we realized because the control you have a health insurance product employed not product we do cover chronic ailments like I mentioned earlier now chronic ailments includes ailments like cancer heart disease know how disease is a whole spectrum of ailments yeah I thought he'll talk about a little later on but we've managed to interact with many stakeholders of course first being our customers I told we have about in five million of them globally we also have a growing above clients in Uganda so interact with them which fits them yeah which are the stakeholders as well the the hospitals and clinics and doctors and what is coming out which is very evident is that these are problem with disease now how this is just a general term but that takes you right to the problem of the condition of your heart yeah yeah how is your heart pumping yeah if your heart is pumping too much pressure that has a challenge to your to your organs and why it's so important is because heart disease actually eventually if not treated effects almost all your organs yeah so as Prudential we felt we need to be involved in this because I doctor I'll tell you about one one out of five you gardens walking on the end of Street actually has a heart disease child problem whether they know it or not so we've tried to put resources together we came together with a number of partners because you couldn't do this alone it's a huge campaign so we came together with of course NBS TV yourselves Radio One and acaba Zee Capital FM was working with Uganda Heart Institute that's what dr. Lehman is here today we also work at the Ministry of Health and number of other partners are basically playing the role in background so the campaign really is a is a a month-long campaign which is going to lead to a hot camp which I'll talk about later on so the campaign is basically about creating awareness finding about the in the incidence of heart disease in our population and that giving people tips on how to live more active life with the right in the right for the right time and also check on the various parameters that actually touch on their heart condition that's basically what the what the heart campaign is about so we've done a number of things in the media I not also include this this particular show I was done some radio we've put posters out and medium put billboards we've sent us a message to our clients I wish was again in the SMS about what what to eat when to eat how to eat it keep yourself active you know because a doctor will tell you for example that if we're not built to sit yeah if you do a history of ecology human body has actually evolved we're not built for sitting yeah we are built to stand and to walk yeah eight hours of sleep is enough you need to lie down but then you get up and you able to walk around and keep your muscles active supporting muscle diseases and so the health campaigns is a lot about that yeah checking your status but ensure that you also do the things that ensure that you remain healthy so like I said that's all gonna column in it into a hard people if the hot comp which of course we'll talk about later on alright so doctor let's talk about the high diseases you know you know this actually look at the history the statistics if you could get you know get to share some because I like what he actually just said he says that you know many of us don't even know we have these had problems you know I – it's actually late welcome of course a few statistics all three point two six percent you know that's a registered you know you know annually or it's you know that this particular age group is affected but it sounds as vague you know it can be to anyone so when we talk about had diseases in Uganda could you share the past the present and the future in relation to this great morning glory months again yes so heart disease is big okay if you exclude the common infectious diseases you know like malaria tuberculosis like HIV the next big thing is heart disease okay and unlike the infectious diseases that are you know relatively cheaper to treat heart disease is expensive to diagnose how to treat and they are better diagnosed early and then you know all together prevented if you can so over time to avoid an increase in the number of cases of heart disease as we have had a rise in the number of non communicable diseases these are diseases that you know develop in our booties and they're not transmitted from one person to another you're talking about high blood pressure you're talking about diabetes you're talking about stroke and you know heart failure so in the past we've had you know heart diseases that come because of interactions with the environment we have what's called rheumatic heart disease that you know affects young children and adolescents that initially exposed to but really infections the most affected age group is about five to fifteen you know that's when they you know they get the sore throat and then they develop a fever then the body fights against itself and they develop this is of the heart valve that's rheumatic heart disease so when you go to hospitals and you look at children with heart failure those who will usually have that a parent's able to detect what are the signs yes unfortunately – until were recently one and looking for them in hospitals and when they come to us because they have had failure that's a little too late now well programs that are looking for them in the schools we go and screen children for heart disease and for the fever to look for them when the disease is so early then of course we have congenital heart diseases the diseases that someone is born with usually due to defects or problems with formation of the Hat so you had of children born with holes in the hat yes that is your means that the hat is not well formed and so those defects okay in the community and we have usual about 1% of whole path in Uganda so if you look at 1% of the our population only you're looking at about 340 thousand potential children who have this heart defects I will talk about you know how to detect them on how to prevent them later but the problem is there then as we have grown as economy has developed so in the backdrop of having HIV and malaria and TB then we had we've started to have diseases of lifestyle this does that come as Paul I said because we're not exercising enough because we're not eating right you know our not controlling our ways yes so high blood pressure leads that because you know salt lack of exercise overweight this guy drives high blood pressure and stress you talk about how to tax to talk about stroke but kidney disease is all this interlinked high blood pressure drives them and if you remember two years ago that you had a Bureau of Statistics released this study that they're done around the country about non Kumiko diseases and for that one in four Uganda has high blood pressure and high blood pressure is silent in the initial stages and only shows up when it has caused the problem when you know you see someone's leg swelling either the heart is failing or the kidneys are affected and so it's the kind of thing that you want to go and scream yourself or you want to go for what you said le we don't have that culture of a wellness check but it's the kind of thing that we're promoting okay I think it's a luxury of sorts yes yes so it's it's a kind of conversation we need to start having even you know in other places of world you know in you know where we have fun and all the other things because if you imagine one out of four if you have high blood pressure then someone is at risk of stroke zone is a risk of kidney disease I mean it's a risk of heart attacks of heart failure you hide of people suddenly dying do you know because then in the villages back in the day people would say Oh someone was because some of that was bred in the brain so this is not true scare people who have high blood pressure but it's good to know your numbers and that's what the World Health Organization a that I did last year as a theme and know your numbers know what your precious done or what you should is know what you weight is and then you can then work within that and try and confirm all right so initially as a country you know right away actually asked you about the past you know one of the many challenges we had towards you know heart diseases as a country was you know the agonizing and treating you know you know our health facilities one basic you know they could not offer the best you know as was needed and in most cases would have issues of referring in a patient's you know with higher needs of you know you know yeah you know of care to different countries at all which was expensive like you said you know how we passed you know have removed that past that particular stage can we handle some of these issues of the country today yes there's been a lot of development so first of all at the primary level but the Minister of Health has a non communicable diseases section that is headed by a dr. Jerome to Angie while she works hard to make sure that the hospitals the district hospitals and the health centers have blood pressure machines not all are covered yet but most have blood pressure machines it's as basic as that going the measure your blood pressure machine your birth fester should be a hundred and forty up and ninety you know the law and should be 90 so if your numbers are greater than that then over me 204 yes they should be lower but if your numbers are greater than that then you should go for a repeat check maybe in a week's time and then if they're still higher than you need to go and seek care and if they're below 90 if your blood pressure yeah is as I said the upper one should 149 yellow 190 but if it drops sometimes the upper one drops to less than 100 like someone has worked too hard I'm not hydrated themselves and then they start getting weak very low pressure is again not good using it to quench get shaked but most times high blood pressure is pressure above and even if he doesn't pain it will start causing you know changes within the body that will show up later as a complication so there's been a foot but to answer your question about the referrals and all that there's been a lot of development at the you kinda heart institute okay if you put a visit we have some of the most advanced hot diagnostic and operational machines you know we're carrying our coronary bypass which NBS covered some time back when we started we have cardiac catheterization that's what we used to send people to India to South Africa for and they're here an affordable and you know you get this is you come across and someone is like okay okay okay these are supposed to be for the rich you know that's the common statement yes we used to use it in school you know way that you know you have your colleague or you know our classmate has a particular issue okay that guy isn't ready deserve a girl like you because it was to keep away go eat your food you know yes so when you took courses yeah the relative right so I was talking about costs for like the most expensive heart operation yes which is a coronary bypass if you say which best about in Uganda you pay five thousand dollars that's about 18 yes but people go to India and pay 50 million 70 million for that that's what I'm saying so when you compare that and you have insurance in Uganda then that's very cheap now the chief I was talking about is if you're no more and then you go for an annual chick go and have your blood pressure taken your blood sugar taken you know how things then fellowship it's less than a hundred thousand imagine even 50 imagine just go to your nearest cells and I said please measure my blood pressure and then go back next week and they do that that's very cheap compared to if you're now going to heart failure yes then you need much more complex tests that are expensive and more expensive to treat so you know every level depends on the complexity of the situation but for the normal person in office who is at work with going on with their lab just take a few minutes I'm going get your numbers then you know what your pressure is you know what you sugar level was there that way you don't need to end up you know with acid I Hodgins said for example because when things are more advanced things are more expensive to treat even for us when we admit patients of course before whether what costs but they forget about the costs of you know running the service that these machines we use expensive the drugs expensive and because they have to be standard most of those things are made in Germany are made in the u.s. self to get here at a certain cost but the highly subsidized compared to if someone boarded a plane and went abroad I agree I think oh you know the part where a doctor actually brings in the issue of insurance it says if you are assured it's a lot cheaper but let me also take you down into insurance and you know Paul and and this could be an issue that you've actually come across in this particular field now in your grenade so if we argue to appreciate insurance services yes because you know we we are designed you know in such a reactive you know nature with no money wait for the bad things to befall us first actually think outside the box so how are you going about this situation because the insurance numbers continue not to grow other companies are out there you know the education is out there but the post want to wait for the last minute situations actually remember I wish they had actually you know insured so how you going about this because Becker says it's expensive if you're not insured but someone someone will be like I have to wait for this problem to actually before me so how you going about this okay well as the US Prudential yeah even as the insurance and as you know Tony Prudential we have a number of campaigns we have a body called Uganda insurer Association where we come together as a group of industry insurance and we run a number of campaigns no just want health insurance but other students as well yeah so health insurance that's part of it Davina's Prudential you've seen us a lot in the media yeah that's that's part of it in terms of getting a message out we also have food shoulders in terms of our marketing executives thousands of them or basically got into the into the market but end of the day you can as lead to to learn to embrace things that have been a changed their lives so like what the time is say it's not about just waiting for you to get sick because if you do get sick yes insurance is there product could cover you for for treatment when it's in Uganda and I think you rightly say that we can now handle most of the complicated issues and if you are to go upward it's gonna cost you three times more a second thousand dollars for heart surgery right but we're saying why wait for that yeah because huh disease is like a terrorist motorist hits hits you I don't expect you to come he's there somewhere you don't see him at kids exactly so that's that's the thing with heart disease you sit with it for a long time you carry it you're not shaking your life side is making it to us when you eventually check and you find that it's that bad do anything about it so the campaign is all about change to changing your lives but here's one insurance you you would have covered for that but what we are basically saying that if we too late for you once you have insurance because we've also run some I think you've seen the media some of the survival stories so that everyone dies an open heart disease the different stages and also don't have it and also hardly they don't know and also have it a bit in treatment those who haven't survived those may be god forbid maybe a pastor of a hot complication competing cause caused by maybe a hotter hot challenge so what we're saying is that let people check let them lead a life that promote a good heart health and that's what the campaign is all about yes yeah but from your research you know what explains the slow response words you know taking up some of these insurance products from the public okay the thing with insurance you know I think maybe it's our culture because you know when you're buying something that you can see because your brings us you're selling a car for example yeah you can see the color the make it has the other rims it has the the stereo you know you can actually go and try the thing okay this is not kind of Islam let me say breaking breaking the Chi yeah but same with insurance you're actually buying a promise that you cannot see yeah from a copy which is saying that in case something bad happens I have the financial resources to come and sort you out yeah and I because of that you tend to postpone because those on that you immediately see you know you don't see an exit happen you to more deal you don't so you keep on putting off any any any any intervention that will help you protect yourself again is not accident because you could also other other computing power competing priorities for example you gotta pay school fees Scott I promise it is here today right parent yeah that's here today see so people tend to push that at the back and only baby pay for it when it's necessary every time I have to come out okay can I come across you know at least an increase or something why are we stuck with this particular those were the initiatives like for example now you might be aware about bancassurance yeah that's basically arrangement where you can actually buy you insurance through through the bank banks are now another banks are now licensed for example to to to sell insurance they sell insurance but at the buckle is an insurance company providing that protection now you know banks have got a bigger coverage and insurance companies so that's also going to help to push that that agenda forward because I as you as your bank with a bank as well is putting money in a bank I just a kilometer bank those are the opportunity to also protect yourself buying insurance through the bank so that's one of the initiatives that the insurance company adidas has taken to try and push the penetration yeah interesting all right so doctor you know before and yet every time we had topics like this it would either be HIV or malaria or tuberculosis this the time we had cold air i bowl the things we are used to now today we are discussing heart diseases and why is that is the situation wearing are we losing it as a country responding yes you know different institutions are coming together Macario University in February this year hosted a big and then communicate this is a symposium in Uganda hatchings it has been at it you know the last few years the Minister of Health so and that we H oh yeah and the reason is that this diseases are preventable because they're lifestyle diseases if we work together if we you know promote things like exercise promote things like you know good and healthy diet and then early screening and diagnosis I mean you know you because this is it don't come I have a two-year-old yes yes you do you should have taken the yes five so they to detect the the diseases that you know were born with children born with and that I feel immediately a child is born before the liver was Peter they should be examined the heart should be examined all you need is a midwife you know just as a stethoscope the stuff that we use in either then they listen to each other if they listen and they had sounds sound not normal but no more than they refer them to centers like ours where we can carry out further investigations to look for heart disease so unless disease is a better treated within the first one month that was within the first three months the first six months because the baby grows that complications time it's good to know that your child doesn't have a birth defect in that's important and then for adults when you get beyond the age of 40 as I said after the age of 40 things are changing so that's when the you know the unhealthy food and all the things we did in high school start catching up with us and so the body starts taking a beating from you know the poor sort practices that we've done so then that's when pressure starts to go up and all that so it's important to do these wellness checks at least once a year you go and have your kidneys checked and it's just a blood flow they'll check your kidney function they'll check your it's just I'm proud to say it's just a hobby stressed aware and the thing is if you check early able to priam a print what will happen later on the coop and later on becomes the expensive but in terms of like the primary checks before anything happens those are very affordable if you go to a new school for example and they were blood pressure machine it's free of charge yeah let's check your pressure we'll check your weight do our body call a BMI and basically tell you whether you're obese or not obey so those things that we're and even if you have a if if maybe I you not been following the right to the right a lifestyle yeah and maybe things are not going the wrong way be treated when I becomes expensive I think you say yes so you can you know I do that and have you know have a file and yes it in 2017 this is how the numbers look in 2018 that so for example at concerts people are able to detect breast cancer early on cervical cancer and all the others early and then they're you know and then the Institute and the treatment if for example you have an early cancer is much cheaper then if you had the full-blown spread comes yeah something will have disease if you come to us and all you have is high blood pressure the rest of your body systems are all working okay your report on medication but that's still very cheap compared to if you had high blood pressure and you had a started to fail or yet high blood pressure and your kidneys have started to fill and now you need to be put on dialysis yes you see all that stuff it's just getting complicated and the costs if you're paying out-of-pocket usually people are comfortable after birth up to about five million why is that going above about five million stars getting expressive because you have other things running sometimes you are the sole breadwinner in the family all your money is going to you know for your health care so it's very important so unlike say malaria malaria comes and hits you with a fever but will cost about twenty thirty thousand something with TB if you detected a leaf and you reported medication for a long time for about six to eight months but the medication will provide at relatively low costs unless you have resistant strains that you need more complicated treatment but for heart disease and diabetes and Stroke imagine if you have a sole breadwinner worse not evolved stroke they can't function so certainly their active life stops there and gets very expensive to just take care of them on a daily basis fear of the unknown you know he's talking about all these things and I'm literally freaking out but sure he talks about British curse and you're like oh my god you know so it's an issue of you know I'm gonna have to but if I don't know bad news yeah you're like you know what I walked into this hospital fine now might carry out all these tests and I might yeah usually I get people referred to me and the first time the hattiesburg a tracing they're not talking so then I ask them what's going on and then they're like you know I'm worried about what you tell me oh yeah and then but likely most times we go through and I said let me know what you clean well and then you just you know advise that you modify your knife and make sure that you do this so I still want to maintain that it's better to know because the treatment and your ultimate survival depends on at what stage the diagnosis is made if you're clearly modify your life if it's early disease the treatments different if it's advanced disease because I'll Manuel wanted to survive yeah you want to survive so it's not I saw in the past you actually ask you asked earlier we you know we're not talking a lot about say you know that's hot stuff you know that should not be brought into the general conversation so this conversations are already held within the hospital for everyday people true yeah but you have people like you and me walking on the streets people who walk with who said in the collapse and then you push Australia what if it all we had this over here someone a certainty died so that's why we're saying let's have this conversation in the workplace ask your colleague ask your spouse are you going for the hatcheck are you going for kidney check are your numbers yeah if they said that you know I went on all is good then you're good for the next year too then the next time you go often should one check so we advise that you do it if you clean the first time you can do it again once in two years okay if there's a small problem was found and it's you some kind of treatment then you can check every year ok so will it take you very frequently like every three to six month of this probably that we're treating so want to monitor treatment how you're responding and if you need to modify things but if it's just a wellness that you went and checked so what's the common heart disease amongst adults that you do yes so high blood pressure okay so I'll say that that's like the fifth time I'm saying so get to know your pressure numbers because it doesn't hurt in the early stages I shows up in a bad way when it comes so get you know your pressure was high blood pressure you know eighty percent like it's worldwide so here in Uganda it's of course followed by diseases of the heart valves as I told you the dramatic heart disease that's a social issue sure sure environment that you know because the bacteria I told you that drives that is usually you know spread in places where there's overcrowding and and so you know that's as the community develops and gets better that disease will eventually disappear but in the meantime were actively checking and we're working with the means for health to check this in school to make sure that children will develop rheumatic heart disease in the early stages who are breathing difficult were oblique swelling war fevers worse war 12 June should be refer to hospital for a checkup and then third you have diseases of heart muscles you know your heart is pumping normally and then over time your heart muscles just become weak and they can't pump blood anymore that some common causes alcohol their school had on others to become weak people who have high blood pressure the state also can suffer from that people who own certain medications again like people and cancer medications of work we work with colleagues at the contents do to check before someone is putting medication yeah but this is a hot mess was important because you can prevent the alcohol bit yes if you regulate yes it's basically nice yes and then the fourth one which is not to be there like ten years ago if we looked at our statistics wasn't there I had a tax why did it come from hell I've step because so okay so how does that happen because the little pipes that take blood to the heart muscle itself kind of get blocked and when that happens then the blood is not reaching the heart muscle itself and so if the blood vessel said in a blow then someone who loves excruciating pain and then you say someone has had a heart attack some people unfortunate center but most times most people survive their Pinner than their rush to us and we were to operate on them so that's the and that's the typical lifestyle before smoke before my blood pressure go up there which is you know weight issues and high fat levels in the blood so we we shall prevent those best thing that you should modify yeah that the the risks are there the risk factors there but you can modify them you can modify them by treating the pressure treating diabetes prevent smoking you know exercise a bit and then if the things that you can't modify for example if it runs in your family bill that your ancestors added unless you modify things doing them you improve your chances of survival well interesting you know I think we need no actually stone Spain so poorly ah you know what's gonna happen in the campaign and you know how should the public be part of this it's finally oh thank you yeah now like I say the campaign is a month-long campaign I mentioned what what has been going on so they're the hot camp is basically a culmination of all that so on August 2nd 3rd and 4th that is Thursday fight on Saturday we are gonna have a hard campaign this is going to be a day you can derail your grounds it's going from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. so the gates open at 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday that's the last day open at 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. because I'm nadiyah we're gonna have aerobics okay so in Saturday we encourage a public to come with your gym bag the Snickers we're gonna have two hours of aerobics we're gonna go and basically just shake and exercise walk it out and so the other other hot come we're gonna launch what you're gonna call her which what you're calling a hot hot index okay which basically talks about the incidence and perception of heart disease in Uganda we're gonna survey in major towns in your condom that's got a published on the first day yeah but the actual heart camp itself can have a number of activities going on so we're gonna have a doctor Amy for example his colleagues will give a can of cardiologists we're gonna have hot chicks so you can check you your heart condition you couldn't check your blood sugar check your pressure will do your BMI we also won't have nutritionists talking about what to eat when to eat how to eat and all that will be going on and people can come and basically it's free of charge by the week not being anything come and basically have your heart checked and if we find any condition and of course was able to advise you on how to seek treatment and we're gonna have security in place and because of our emergency response of course in any case anybody need any emergency response there yeah all right thank you so much Paul and do they like a popper to know you virtually ever stays a bit where you said it's free so we have no reason not to be part okay so yeah thank you so much duct tape thank you you know how big in our Studios I've let a lot about the viewers and yes I'm getting myself checked you'll be all scared well yeah we have to do this you know prevention is better than cure I repeat thank you so much gentlemen it's been a pleasure first to the viewers thank you so much atmospheric doctor emini okay lo the consulted cardiologist and their gana hot Institute and mr. Paulo gave me the hand of health insurance business and that's Prudential Assurance Ugandan Limited of course that's all get to be part of the hot camp that will be happening on Thursday Friday and Saturday and of course so much will be going going you know checks here and there you will have a chance to carry out all the tests that looked at just recommending free of charge and of course in case of anything you will be advised you will be handled and there's a robux you know on Saturday so that's all going to be part of this lifestyle like Lucas said you know explains most of these heart diseases so simply have to check what we do and how we do it at the end of the day to prevent some of these are problems I thank you so much my name is the ring command it's been a pleasure having you with us until next time have a good morning

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