Hello community members! Merry Christmas to all!
Today is a special day and we would wish everyone a Merry Christmas! Now, nevertheless, the week has come to its end and that means it's time we review how our Health Weekly Discussions went. In this post, we will announce the best contribution towards our discussion of the week and we will also encourage every member of the community both old and new to share content related to this month's theme.
You can still join the monthly contest that MED-HIVE community is promoting by writing and posting related to our monthly theme. You can see the area we are focusing on as well as the rewards at stake here 👇
Or you can choose to join our weekly prompts where we challenge our members to think and express themselves about important topics for health awareness purposes. You can see all about this weekly discussion we've had here 👇
So now, let's get to the fun part!
Sit back, relax, and let's give our props and rewards to the best author this week.
And the best contributor for this health weekly discussion is....
** @chichieze **
Though I can see, but can't walk under the sun or look directly to the light at night. My eyes was itching me to the point I couldn't hold my hands. And after scratching my eyes, it turn red and water starts coming out. When my parents finally took me to ophthalmologist, he confirmed that my eyes are okay, and prescribed drugs for me. He said it's worm will soon calm down once I started taking the drugs.
Congratulations @chichiezez You are the winner of this week and for that, 1 HIVE has been sent directly to your wallet. Thank you for participating and for enlightening us all with your perspective on the subject.
Let's not forget...
There are other posts worthy of an honourable mention and we would like to thank @draysax and @jaydr for their contributions to this weekly discussion! We are united and strong in our goal of bringing health awareness to the Hive blockchain. Let's support each other in this noble objective.
Thank you all that took part in this health weekly discussion! 50 ecency points have been sent to every participant's wallet.
Stay tuned for the next health weekly prompt!
A post explaining the next weekly topic will come out tomorrow, December 26th. We hope to get more participation from our loved members so we keep growing this community into a reference in health and medicine information on the Hive blockchain.
We suggest you don't miss out on this next weekly prompt because we have a few surprises for our community!
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Useful resources and links for this month's theme:
- Causes of blindness and vision impairment in 2020 and trends over 30 years, and prevalence of avoidable blindness in relation to VISION 2020: the Right to Sight: an analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study
- World Health Organization
- International Agency for Prevention of Blindness
- World Health Asssembly (WHA)