Tag Archives: disease

Dengue Fever Prevention: How to Stay Protected from the Mosquito-Borne Disease in Monsoon

Water and vector-borne diseases see an all-time high during the monsoon season and it is only natural for the health department to be on the vigil. The approach to crisis management in the context of dengue has always been to focus extensively on treatment. But there’s always a better sense in preventing the disease than treating… Read More »

Alzheimer’s disease: Eight risk factors for developing the disease – are you at risk?

Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia. Dementia refers to a set of symptoms, including problems with thinking, reasoning, learning, memory and language. Alzheimer’s is more likely as a person gets older. About one in every 100 people aged 65 have Alzheimer’s and this will rise to 40 out of every 100 by age 85.… Read More »

Nutrition in Health and Disease Management – Regulatory Focus

Over time, regulatory frameworks have evolved to protect consumers and patients. An unprecedented progression of demographics—including an aging society, noncommunicable chronic diseases and transforming innovations in healthcare—pose challenges and provide potential opportunities. Action is needed to develop timely, appropriate and affordable healthcare solutions for patients and society. Policies and regulatory frameworks also must be fit-for-purpose… Read More »