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  • 04 October 2010
    via The Nation's Health In the midst of the H1N1 flu pandemic in Mexico in May 2009, almost ...
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Eva Ard

In my community, there is a lack of awareness when it comes to health. People are too scared to ask about their health, or they are just not aware of what’s going on, or they just don’t care about their health. That is the reason why I wanted to be a CHW.  I wanted to help and be involved in making a difference in the community.  Helping others means that you care about what goes on in and around... Read more...
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