PUNE: Dietary risks, high blood pressure, malnutrition and air pollution were the biggest factors that caused most deaths in Maharashtra and added to the state's disability burden in 2016.
India is facing significantly higher rates of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to the first nationally representative study of these “major killers” involving more than 1.3 million peopl
Smt Preeti Sudan, Secretary (HFW) and Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Secretary, DHR and DG, ICMR, launched the India Hypertension Management Initiative (IHMI) at a function, here today.
The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health, also highlights the worrying trend of mixing energy drinks with alcohol.
The fevers in Darsi, Addhamki, Marturu, Markapuram, Talluru, and Pedda Dornala as these areas are near Nallamala forests.
Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre says diabetes epidemic in the country can be slowed down with a little change in lifestyle and healthy eating
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Preventing Stroke: Uneven progress is a report by The Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by The Bristol-Myers Squibb–Pfizer Alliance.
More than six million people lost their lives due to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in India in 2016 and Ischemic heart disease being one of the root causes of these deaths.
While cardiovascular disorders are blamed for 25 per cent of deaths in India, health experts say a new emerging trend shows that noise pollution is also leading to cardiovascular disease burden.
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