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Josh Robbins

Dec 7, 2016 | Blog, Posts

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Josh Robbins is a passionate and popular American, HIV activist and blogger.

This space is a gathering place for all the conversations he has all over social media. Please remember, Josh is not a doctor or therapist and can’t make individual health recommendations for you. This blog is award-winning, health accurate, and nationally mentioned by leading national media outlets including: ABC News, Yahoo!, Huffington Post, MSlisaSays.com, Healthline, MTV Voices, Staying Alive Campaign, Tennessee Department of Health and more. But, Josh is NOT a physician. This blog is also an independent voice of Josh Robbins. It is not owned by any pharma or health company.

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Josh Robbins

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Supporting your body’s first line of defence?

Supporting your body’s first line of defence?

The idea that you can boost your immune system is appealing – pop a pill in the morning and become bulletproof to all nasty bugs and germs? What’s not to love? As great as that sounds, the concept of ‘boosting’ your immune system is a little more complicated.

5 tell- tale signs that your body’s defences are down

5 tell- tale signs that your body’s defences are down

As we trade your t-shirt for a sweater and your shades for a scarf, we are all bracing for another chilly winter. You may also be reaching for those vitamins and smoothies to boost your immunity. Say yes to cosy evenings. Say no to colds and flu.

The fight is on

The fight is on

The flu isn’t really anything to sneeze at. Each year in South Africa it kills about 10,000 people, those five years and older. While that’s a relatively small number compared with the past year’s Covid-19 deaths, it’s still a heavy toll. 

What if my human right clashes with your human right?

What if my human right clashes with your human right?

On 21 March, we will be celebrating Human Rights Day in South Africa. It is a time for us to reflect on our individual human rights, and – more importantly – to consider how we can support others to bring these ideas into reality. In other words, a reminder to embrace the spirit of “Ubuntu”, I am because you are.

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The fight is on

The fight is on

The flu isn’t really anything to sneeze at. Each year in South Africa it kills about 10,000 people, those five years and older. While that’s a relatively small number compared with the past year’s Covid-19 deaths, it’s still a heavy toll. 

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