The samosa is better for your health in comparison to a burger, as the report by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) suggests. The report’s title was Body Burden: Lifestyle Diseases
The male-pattern baldness and premature greying of hair are linked to more than five-fold risk of heart disease. Premature greying and androgenic alopecia (male-pattern baldness) correlate well with vascular age irrespective of chronological age and are plausible risk factors for coronary artery disease.
The cancer risk is increased by Diabetes and Obesity as it affects sugar levels, inflammation and hormones. The researcher said people should start getting healthy otherwise the number of cancer cases related to diabetes and high BMI is likely to keep increasing.
The committee also warns using of ear syringes for cleaning ear wax. But they have suggested a better alternative for ear cleaning that is ear irrigation.
In India, the surveillance mechanism was so weak that it detected a mere 8 percent of Malaria cases as per as the report. Last year India witnessed a total of 331 malaria deaths.
The new study has found that social media offers a unique environment and it always motivates people for their weight loss journey.
A research done by Vanderbilt University in the US found that women are more vulnerable to asthma than men. And this condition happens due to the sex hormones in the lungs cells.
The recent test has shown that the artificial patch resembles those of a healthy adult heart and it is fully functional, with mechanical, structural and electrical properties.
The new report pointed that the WHO has received 1,500 reports of cases of substandard or falsified products in India since 2013. Among these, antibiotics and antimalarials are the most commonly reported.
The initiative will focus on reinforcing hypertension management and monitoring at primary health care level. It is in line with national guidelines and with the WHO’s Global Hearts Initiative.