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Editor-in-Chief eMediNexus – Dr KK Aggarwal
 
11th May 2018
Prakriti, Vikriti and Sanskriti: The rules of life

Dr KK Aggarwal, Recipient of Padma Shri

Prakriti is when a person lives for himself or when his actions are centered towards oneself. Sanskriti is when one lives for the sake of others and vikriti is nothing but distortion in one’s living.

Greed is a type of vikriti, which can make a ‘nar’ a ‘narbhakshi’ and later ‘nar rakshas. On the other hand, if a person works towards sanskriti, it can convert him/her from ‘nar’ to ‘narottam’ and from ‘narottam’ to ‘Narain’.

Lord Buddha also said that any action done should follow the rule that it be directed.... read more

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Morning Medtalks with Dr KK Aggarwal 11th May

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Lifestyle Updates
 
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Number of people with hypertension in India shows significant increase in the last one year
A majority with the condition are unaware of it
 
New Delhi, 10 May 2018: According to a preventive health programme conducted by a union health ministry, around 1 of every 8 people in India have high blood pressure. The results were drawn after screening about 22.5 million adults across 100 districts in India in 2017. The figures have increased significantly from the 1 in every 11 indicated by the National Family Health Survey in 2015/16. This indicates an urgent need for people to change their current lifestyles for achieving better health outcomes.

What is alarming is the fact that the screened population belongs to the rural pockets of India, where hypertension has so far not been reported as a significant health concern.

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