Though Parkinson disease is mainly a sporadic disease, both autosomal dominant and recessive genetic forms of PD do exist. Genetic evaluation helps in better understanding the disease process as well as help the patients in making informed choices at an early stage of disease.
It is estimated by the WHO that globally, over 1 billion (16%) adults are overweight and 300 million of these (5%) are obese. On this World Health Day, keeping this disease burden in mind, the initiative called 'Health Over Hospital' was launched.
Health authorities across the WHO South-East Asia Region must recognize and embrace their role in promoting gender equality. On International Women’s Day, as every other day, WHO is committed to achieving gender equality.
By focusing on preventive measures and healthcare, we can fight many ailments. And for this to take place in reality, it is crucial to make the people aware. The more aware the people are, the better they can take care of themselves and can avoid potential health issues.
In order to create a positive, clean and healthy environment and to enable employees to work effectively, they must feel that their environment, and consequently their health and safety, are considered.
Multiple factors contribute to overwork and stress, and it can manifest in anybody from any stage of life. It is important to recognize the causes and symptoms, to help anybody who might be suffering from the same, as well as identify if oneself has the same issues and work towards fixing them.