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Anil Deshmukh Remanded In Jail Shifted To ICU Amid Health Issues

Former Maharashtra Minister Anil Deshmukh has been shifted to ICU, amid high blood pressure and chest pain issues. Currently, Deshmukh has been lodged in jail for money laundering allegations and financial irregularities during his reign. On May 27, the ex-minister complained of health issues and was taken to BMC-run KEM Hospital. Furthermore, the Enforcement Directorate arrested the NCP leader in the case in November 2021 and is… read-more

Fri, 27 May 2022 - 07:22 PM / by Varsha Joshi

Tags: Anil Deshmukh, NCP, Maharashtra(95), Blood Pressure, Jail, MONEY LAUNDERING

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Inactivity, Obesity, High BP More Prevalent In Urban Indians: ICMR

The Indian Council of Medical Research, in its national non-communicable disease survey, has indicated that 51.7% urban adults are physically inactive, in contrast to 36.1% rural adults. Among 10,569 people (aged between 18-69 years) surveyed, prevalence of obesity and overweight in urban areas was 11.2% and 42.5% respectively against for rural areas' 3.7% and 18%. The report also suggested that high blood pressure was more common in urban… read-more

Sun, 07 Mar 2021 - 12:35 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: ICMR, National Non-Communicable Disease, obesity, Blood Pressure, Rural India, Urban India

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Walking Barefoot Helps in Reducing Blood Pressure: Experts

Walking 10-15 mins barefoot on the ground can help in controlling blood pressure, says Luke Coutinho, lifestyle coach, Integrative Medicine. It can instantly calm you and make you feel relaxed resulting in normalized blood pressure. Some other benefits of barefoot walking are improved feet hygiene, immunity boost, reduced pain, and inflammation. He further clarified that the notion “walking barefoot causes cold” is wrong, since it depends… read-more

Mon, 09 Nov 2020 - 12:56 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: Health News, Lifestyle news, Lifestyle tips, Blood Pressure