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Have you ever been in a situation where handling the health of your loved ones has been cumbersome. Managing multiple medical reports, scheduling appointments and remembering the follow ups can be tiring.
We live in toxic times. In addition to the everyday toxins that we expect to deal with such as carbon dioxide in the air and the by-products of digestion, in the last 50 years we have had to adapt to an enormous number of new toxic elements present in our food, water and environment.
Aarogyasri is the flagship scheme of all health initiatives of the State Government with a mission to provide quality healthcare for the poor. Escalating health care costs leading to rural indebtedness has prompted the government to come up with this unique program where in the beneficiary can obtain services from government/private hospitals free of cost up to Rs. 2 lakhs in a year.
Blood SOS is a simple free tool that connects blood seekers with donors within 10KM radius when in need
This seed of an idea germinated when we’ve been seeing a lot of FB, Whats app requests seeking blood donors of a specific blood group. Though there are a several blood banks and NGO, in many instances they are running short too and seek a donation to provide a unit. Also a very astonishing sigh I’ve seen was blood banks use a book/register for donors contact details, blood group etc.
Current state of blood donation in India:
Every year our nation requires about 40 Million units of blood, out of which only a meager 4 Million units is available
Every 2 seconds someone needs blood
More than 38,000 blood donations are needed every day
A single car accident victim can require as many as 100 units of blood
Why can’t this simple of a problem be solved with technology. IN the age of Uber this…Uber that…why not leverage GPS capabilities on smartphone and existing healthcare data to quickly match seekers with donors for timely response.
It’s that time of the year again when the sun and sweat are draining you out and the weather change has brought back those nasty nose and throat infections. Looking for some refreshing ways to beat the heat and give your immunity the much needed boost?
Then brace yourself for a lighter summer by loading your system with the Nature’s best coolant ‘Vitamin C’. This water soluble vitamin is also known as ascorbic acid. Unfortunately, human beings cannot synthesize or store vitamin C; hence you have to refill your quota each day with regular intake to obtain maximum benefits!
Have you ever been in a situation where you are unsure of your diagnosis, not confident about the prescribed treatment or wished you can securely share your medical history with a person you trust to get a fresh perspective?
Last week we have seen super foods for diabetes. Millet’s are one among them. Many of us would be thinking that healthy food is boring and is not delicious. But it’s not true. Today let’s learn to make nutritious and delicious recipes from these millet’s.
When I say millet’s, you would be wondering what millet’s are?As I told you last time, millet’s are nothing but the whole grains.Wheat, Ragi, Jowar, Bajra and Fox tail millet are among the list. Ragi java, Ragi sankati (ragi mudda),Bajra ke roti are among the traditional recipes.