Assam’s Morigaon Organises Health Camp to Raise Awareness on Malaria

A health camp was organized at Bhuragaon in Assam’s Morigaon to educate people about the importance of hygiene & sanitation. The camp shed light on various health-related issues, including hygiene, malaria, use of pure drinking water, hand washing, and others. The health camp was organized by Joint Director of Health Office at Bhuragaon, Morigaon, as reported by The Sentinel. The Joint Director of Health, Ruhuni Borkatoki inaugurated the camp. On the occasion, the officer asked ANM, AWW, ASHA to follow the proper handwashing method the ‘SUMAN’. He emphasized on teaching…

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Awareness About Sepsis In India Quite Low: Study

A global health body today underlined the need for spreading awareness about sepsis, saying it kills more people than breast or prostrate cancer combined and awareness about it in the country is “quite low”. The George Institute for Global Health said sepsis arises when the body’s response to an infection damages its own tissues and organs. The condition kills up to 5.3 million people each year. According to a 2012 study, it affects one in four in intensive care units (ICUs) across the country every year. Very few people know…

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power for a motive: expedition for women most cancers awareness

‘ladies beyond limitations’ (WBB), a girls company will start a 20-day car excursion on June 18 from Gurgaon to the rough Himalayan terrain, to sell women’s health and cancer recognition.Nidhi Tiwari, founding father of ‘ladies beyond obstacles’ could be riding a four,000 km path, beginning June 18, thru challenging terrain together with her navigator Neha V Sadananda and are anticipated to finish the course in 20 days.”With the spirit of ladies empowerment and highlighting a sensitive reason of ladies’s fitness and most cancers recognition within the remotest corners of the…

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Couple Paste Stickers On Trucks To Spread Awareness On Girl Education

Indian Revenue Officer and general manager of the government-run Opium Alkaloid plant HN Meena and his lecturer wife Hemlata Meena paste stickers carrying the message on the trucks. (Representational image) NEEMUCH, MADHYA PRADESH:  In a unique initiative for saving girl child and to promoted girl education, a Neemuch-based couple is pasting stickers carrying the message ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ (save girl child, educate girls) on thousands of trucks which travel across the country. Indian Revenue Officer and general manager of the government-run Opium Alkaloid plant HN Meena and his lecturer…

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Public Awareness of Link Between Alcohol And Cancer Worryingly Low

Almost 90 per cent of people in the UK do not associate drinkingalcohol with an increased risk of cancer, according to a new report published today.The study, commissioned by Cancer Research UK and led by researchers from the University of Sheffield, found that just 13 per cent of adults mentioned cancer when asked “which, if any, health conditions can result from drinking too much alcohol?” Drinking alcohol is linked to an increased risk of seven different cancers – liver, breast, bowel, mouth, throat, oesophageal (food pipe), laryngeal (voice box) but…

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