Are you going to the doctor for a consultation? I request you to use this as an opportunity to take charge of your health, disease or illness. So, how can you do this? Whether you’re seeing a doctor for the first time or if it is a follow up visit, preparing for your appointment can help you get the most value out of your visit
When we were young, we were instructed to wash our hands before and after eating. We did so without giving it a second thought. In school many of us used to have a health education period. In which, we were taught about hygiene, healthy eating, mental health among many other things.
Recollect your first day at school. Everything around you was new – The building, the people and information they said. You felt scared and worried. You would have waited for the bell to ring. So, that you can rush back home – to a place and to the people you are familiar with.
As the days passed by, you started enjoying school. You made friends, developed flair towards a subject and enjoyed extracurricular classes. So, what made school life so endearing? What led to the transition in your perception about school?
The answer to all these questions can be summed up in one word – Literacy.