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He said many lives being lost through a lot of diseases could have been prevented, if bad lifestyles and inaccessibility of health care system by some people were stopped.
Dr Abebrese mentioned poor diet, over-eating, lack of sleep, excessive alcohol consumption, lack of exercise, and neglect of oral hygiene, as some of the major causes of death in the country.
He said the growing rate of obesity, an issue relating to stress and overwork in many countries, has further complicated the interactions between work and health.
Dr Abebrese stated that a healthy and productive work force was necessary for national growth, and therefore asked the delegates to come out with strategies to intensify health education to reduce the incidence of diseases most of which are preventable and avoidable.
Mr Kwasi Oppong Ababio, Sunyani Municipal Chief executive (MCE) in a speech read for him, commended the personnel for accepting postings to the Region to contribute their quota to its development.
He noted that the current crop of service personnel are nation builders and development-conscious, because they have been able to identify themselves as key stakeholders in the intensification of health awareness.
Mr Shadrach Mensah Abebrese, Regional President of the Association, expressed optimism that productivity and the economic situation of the country could be improved if enough attention was given to health issues.
He stated that lack accommodation has been a major challenge for personnel, and therefore appealed to community leaders and the general public to assist in that regard.
NASPA, under the Ghana National Service Scheme, was established in 1983 with the aim of advocating on behalf of the Ghanaian youth, especially Service/Voluntary Personnel to voice out their opinions so long as their welfare was concerned.
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