The Number One Risk Factor for Death in the World is Blood Pressure

The number-one risk factor for death in the world is high blood pressure, (according to the Global Burden of Disease Study, the most comprehensive and systematic analysis of the causes of death ever undertaken). Also referred to as hypertension, high blood stress reportedly lays waste to nine million human beings worldwide every year. It kills so many people because it is able to make contributions to deaths from a whole lot of causes, together…

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This Medical camp organized by Akram Medical Complex

Lassan Nawab (Mansehra) This Camp organized by team SehatKarwan Instacare and Akram Medical Complex for needy humans. Lassan Nawab is a village situated on 2 hrs power from Mansehra. It’s a Mountainous are and Its human beings don’t have any get access to simple fitness facilities and additionally it is no longer feasible for anybody to usually go to Mansehra’s hospital. The institution of SehatKarwan in collab with InstaCare and AMC took an initiative to spread attention to among the people of this…

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9 Things That Can Help You Lose Weight While Sleeping

We can all agree that exercising regularly is the best way to lose weight and stay healthy. But do we exercise daily? No. Do we sleep daily? Yes. So what could be a better way to lose Weight than to do so while we sleep? Bright Side introduces you to 9 amazing ways to actively lose weight more effectively while you sleep comfortably. 9. Drink a protein shake before going to sleep. Drink a shake with about…

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Women’s Health

Our food choices may play a significant role in health issues affecting women, including menstruation and menopause, pregnancy and breastfeeding, and risk for certain types of cancer. Besides skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. To demonstrate how dramatically lifestyle choices may impact breast cancer risk, researchers followed about 30,000 postmenopausal women with no history of breast cancer for…

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What happens when calcium levels are low?

Hypocalcemia, commonly known as calcium deficiency disease, occurs when calcium levels in the blood are low. A long-term deficiency can lead to dental changes, cataracts, alterations in the brain, and osteoporosis, which causes the bones to become brittle. Complications of hypocalcemia can be life-threatening, and if the condition goes untreated, it could eventually lead to…

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