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Music Fans Excited Over Buga Song at British Medical Conference

The UK Practitioners Current Trends video at the annual British Society of Lifestyle Medicine Conference (BSLM 2022), held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 24th September 2022, is generating more buzz.

It featured a session where medical personnel vibrated to Kizz Daniel’s Buga song during the conference. Most of those in attendance were able to sing the lyrics and dance along.

Social media users have reacted mixedly to videos of members of British practitioner Buga Song.

Mztollyhoni: “The only thing moving forward in this country is entertainment, and we did it ourselves, not the government.”

Precywealth: “Laughter is applause to me.” Lolawilloams9009: “Kiz Daniel is the man. Eat your heart.”

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Iam_sisifolake: “This song has become an international national anthem…so beautiful.”

BSLM 2022 annual convention A series of speakers will cover key aspects of the lifestyle medicine approach, including improving people’s health, public health and behavior change, health inequalities, healthy eating, and mental health (stress and mental health). was.

Nigerian-born Dr. Amobi Onumaeme, General Practitioner, Consultant and Family Physician Dr. Ifeoma Monye were among the conference keynote speakers. Dr Amobi Onumaeme GP works for Tottenham, which hosted the BSLM conference this year. Onumaeme called on academics to enlighten the black community and create more evidence-based interventions to help patients.

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