As part of ‘Eat Right India’ campaign, FSSAI has trained over 1.7 lakh supervisors to ensure food safety, says Health Minister Harsh Vardhan
As part of 'Eat Right India' campaign, the central food regulator - Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has trained over 1.7 lakh food safety supervisors who will spread awareness and sensitise people and food vendors on food safety
Causes of BP misdiagnosis are whitecoat hypertension (BP rising due to anxiety when you visit the doctor) and masked hypertension (hypertensive patient shows normal blood pressure readings at a doctor’s clinic).
Estimates indicate that the spending to combat the NCDs would reach around $4.8 trillion by 2030.
Deaths due to heart diseases in India doubled since 1990; more than half of victims under 70-yrs of age
Cardiac ailments killed more Indians in 2016 (28 percent) than any other non-communicable disease, said a new study published in the September 2018 issue of health journal
Researchers looked at two gene variants, MC4R and TCF7L2, known to increase the risk of metabolic disorders among study participants
Insomnia may raise your risks of an irregular and often rapid heartbeat, known as atrial fibrillation or arrhythmia, that can further increase your risk of stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications, researchers have found
Middle-aged adults suffering from arthritis, heart diseases, diabetes and depression are more likely to experience disability and limited involvement in society
This could lead to future insurance cover based on "sentiment analysis", in which Big Data and artificial intelligence make predictive models ever more accurate.
Researchers measured exposure from indoor pollution generated from burning kerosene, wood, diesel, cow dung and natural gas in an observational study.
A patient suffering from fatty liver disease is prone to an increased risk of heart disease as well as the mortality rates associated with it : Study
A Mediterranean diet may lower the risk of heart attack and stroke in people, according to a study of over 15,000 people in 39 countries including India.
Women who consume foods rich in fructose or fruit sugar levels can put their babies at risk of developing heart disease as adults, finds a new study.
People born in the month of March face a higher risk of heart disease, including atrial fibrillation, congestive heart failure, and mitral valve disorder, according to a new US study.
A new report highlights that over twenty years that the number of people suffering from communicable diseases hasn't reduced while those suffering from non-communicable ones has only jumped.