Poor diets pose a greater risk to health than unsafe sex, alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined

Poor diets now pose a greater risk to health than unsafe sex, alcohol, drug and tobacco use combined  Foresight Report and the South Asian Paper shows how changing food systems and diets could affect health over the next 20 years and outlines strategies governments need to adopt to achieve Sustainable Development Goal #2 and #12.

Case Study : Medical Emergency

Sudden Brain Hemorrhage patient recovered after brain surgery. PATIENT CONDITION A 55 year old housewife found unconscious at home by neighbors. She was taken to nearest Hospital in Bulandshahar and CT scan was done at after 2 hours which showed brain hemorrhage. She was referred to Fortis Hospital, Noida for brain angiography, Patient was admitted …

Chronic Pain May Trigger Many Cases of Painkiller Addiction: Survey

Drug counselors should consider whether people are self-medicating, researchers say Monday, May 16, 2016  — Chronic pain may be a major driver behind the recent surge in addiction to prescription painkillers, a new survey finds. Opioid addiction and prescription drug abuse in the United States are among the country’s biggest public health threats, the researchers …

Social Networking Sites : The lurking danger on children’s security’

There had been an alarming increase in recent times in the number of children seeking psychological counselling who suffer shock or depression due to the online bullying.““New Delhi. On social networking sites like Facebook, even children are now becoming increasingly active, but experts have made a strong case for parents and guardians to keep an eye …

People living more than 70 years are healthier and free of diseases: Study

New Delhi. Old age is often described as a synonym for diseases but a new study reveals that people living more than 70 years are healthier and also able to ward off diseases.““It was found in the study that people living beyond 70 years have been maintaining a balanced lifestyle in their lives, their physical …

Too much video gaming is harmfull for your kids

Video game addiction is increasing day by day but health experts said that it can lead to a number of physical and psychological problems. Dr. Shobhana Mittal, consultant psychiatrist at New Delhi based Cosmos Institute of Mental Health & Behavioural Sciences (CIMBS), said that video gaming stimulates the dopamine neurotransmitter pathways in the brain – …