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दुनिया केरऽ सबस॑ मोटऽ आरू भारी रहलऽ महिला केरऽ निधन

मुंबई । आय भोरे अबु-दाभी केरऽ अस्पताल म॑ दुनिया केरऽ सबस॑ मोटऽ आरू भारी रहलऽ महिला ईमान अहमद अब्दुलाती  केरऽ निधन होय गेलै । गौरतलब छै कि ईमान अहमद अब्दुलाती क॑ बेरियाट्रिक सर्जरी लेली ई साल फरवरी म॑ मिस्र स॑ मुंबई लानलऽ गेलऽ छेलै । मुंबई केरऽ सैफी हॉस्पिटल म॑ करीब दू महीना तलक इलाज चललऽ छेलै । ओकरऽ बाद आगे केरऽ इलाज लेली ओकरऽ परिवारें ओकरा यूएई ल॑ क॑ गेलऽ छेलै । बेरियाट्रिक सर्जन डॉक्टर मुज्जफल लकड़वाला केरऽ कहना छै कि इमान केरऽ निधन किडनी फेल होला आऱू आंतऽ म॑ जख्म के वजह स॑ होलै । फरवरी म॑ इमान क॑ जब॑ इलाज लेली मिस्र स॑ मुंबई लानलऽ गेलऽ छेलै । तब॑ ओकरऽ वजन ५०० किलेग्राम स॑ भी जादा छेलै । ओकरऽ बाद मुंबई केरऽ सैफी हॉस्पिटल म॑ पहलऽ बेरियाट्रिक सर्जरी करलऽ गेलऽ रहै । सर्जरी केरऽ एक महीने के अंदर इमान के वजन २५० किलो तलक घटी गेलऽ रहै । ओकरऽ बाद अप्रैल म॑ सैफी… Read More

These 4 Things Happen Right Before a Heart Attack

These 4 Things Happen Right Before a Heart Attack

Despite what you may believe, heart attacks rarely happen “out of the blue.” In fact, your body may be trying to warn you of an impending heart attack for days, weeks, perhaps even a month or two before it occurs. Unfortunately, by the time you actually recognize you’re suffering a heart attack, it could be too late to prevent death or debilitating heart damage. So-called silent heart attacks, with signs and symptoms that are mild or seem unrelated to the heart, have long concerned cardiovascular expert Dr. Chauncey Crandall. So Dr. Crandall recently created a special free video presentation about the four most sinister warning signs to watch for. Statistics show a clear link between a delay in heart attack treatment and death or disability. That’s why it’s essential to know exactly what your heart is trying to tell you with warning signs like those discussed in Dr. Crandall’s video. Although developed as an educational… Read More

Let there be light, not noise and nausea this Diwali

Let there be light, not noise and nausea this Diwali

Many people are flying into foreign shores to escape Diwali pollution, which hits humans and birds alike. Sudha Nair (30), a chartered accountant staying in Andheri, has left the city to spend a week with her family in London. An asthmatic, Sudha’s visit abroad is a way of escaping the rising pollution level in the city during Diwali. Doctors confirm that many like Sudha prefer to take a Diwali break in foreign countries to escape the air and noise pollution in the city. The city sees a three-fold rise in respiratory cases during Diwali. Dr Jalil Parker, chest physician at Lilavati hospital, said, “Many of my asthma patients go abroad to avoid air pollution during Diwali due to bursting of firecrackers. The ones who can’t afford to go abroad prefer a village stay where there is lesser pollution and more fresh air.” Experts say asthma patients, who can’t leave the city, must remain well-prepared. “Apart… Read More

Deepavali celebrations: Exercise caution, say doctors

Deepavali celebrations: Exercise caution, say doctors

Deepavali draws people together. However, like every coin has two sides, this festival too has two aspects. Apart from the excitement quotient the festival brings, the deafening noise of firecrackers has definitely become a cause for concern. While any indulgence is addictive, it is equally imperative to be considerate towards others. Keeping this in view, some plan to celebrate the festival in a subdued fashion. Consultant ophthalmic surgeon R. Ahi Krishna says he would always discourage his children from bursting crackers. “There are many ways to celebrate the festival of lights. You can invite guests and throw a surprise party, organise theme-based games to entertain family members, spend special moments with friends, and so on and so forth. When I meet my friends, I make sure they join hands to celebrate the festival minus the noise,” the doctor explains. Eye care Eye specialists say firecrackers are liberally loaded with sulphur and potassium nitrate that leave… Read More

Brushing your teeth can lower heart disease risk

Brushing your teeth can lower heart disease risk

A new study has revealed that taking care of your gums by brushing, flossing, and regular dental visits could keep heart disease at bay. Researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health have shown for the first time that as gum health improves, progression of atherosclerosis slows to a clinically significant degree. Artherosclerosis or the narrowing of arteries through the build-up of plaque is a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, and death. “These results are important because atherosclerosis progressed in parallel with both clinical periodontal disease and the bacterial profiles in the gums. This is the most direct evidence yet that modifying the periodontal bacterial profile could play a role in preventing or slowing both diseases,” Moise Desvarieux, MD, PhD, lead author of the paper and associate professor of Epidemiology at the Mailman School, said. The researchers followed 420 adults as part of the Oral Infections and Vascular Disease Epidemiology Study (… Read More

Carrots tipped as new sperm superfood

Carrots tipped as new sperm superfood

According to researchers at Harvard University’s School of Public Health, eating red vegetables may increase the production of healthy sperm, the New York Daily News reported. Carrots in particular were singled out for their sperm-boosting properties. These orange veggies, along with lettuce and spinach, are high in beta-carotene. Researchers found that this antioxidant improves sperm motility, or its ability to swim toward an egg, by 6.5 percent to 8 percent. Lutein, a carotenoid or antioxidant also found in spinach and lettuce, had a similar effect on sperm motility, researchers said. The participants with diets rich in lycopene, the chemical that gives tomatoes their red color, had lower levels of abnormally shaped sperm. The study is published in the journal Fertility and Sterility. (Source: http://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ani/carrots-tipped-as-new-sperm-superfood-113110300081_1.html)     संबंधित अंगिका समाचार पढ़ऽ / Read similar Angika News :बिहार केरऽ प्राइमरी इसकूली मं॑ माध्यम भासा के रूप…झारखंड कर्मचारी चयन आयोग (जे.एस.एस.सी)- टी.जी.टी.…सरकार केरऽ अनुमति के बगैर ही चली रहलऽ… Read More

HIV vaccine possible after scientific breakthrough, study claims

HIV vaccine possible after scientific breakthrough, study claims

Scientists hope to be able develop a vaccine to prevent HIV after capturing the most detailed picture yet of a key Aids protein A vaccine to prevent HIV could be on the horizon after a major breakthrough in understanding the structure of disease, a new study reveals. Scientists have determined the first atomic level structure of HIV’s ‘envelope’ protein, which they say is of great value for medical science. The findings provide the most detailed picture yet of the Aids-causing virus’s complex envelope, which help it enter human cells. The understanding could help find parts of the virus which future injections could mimic to elicit a protective immune response. Around 34 million people are infected with HIV and although drugs are used to manage many infections, there is no vaccine that can prevent new infections with the aim of ridding the world of the virus. None of the HIV vaccines tested so far has come… Read More

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