What Is Indo-Mediterranean Diet? A Mediterranean diet is flexible, that is, unlike most diets, this one can be adapted to local conditions. Although closely related to the Mediterranean diet, an Indo Mediterranean diet is distinguished by its focus on fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grains , whereas the Mediterranean diet focuses on omega-3 foods like fish and olive oil. … [Read more...] about Indo-Mediterranean Diet And Heart Health: What Is The Link?
Pre diabetic diet guidelines
Shahid Akhter, Editor, ETHealthworld, spoke to Dr. V Mohan, Chairman & Managing Director, Dr. Mohan's Diabetes Specialities Centre, Director and Chief of Diabetes Research, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, to know more about the challenges and impact of COVID-19 on the care of diabetes in India. What are the challenges you are facing as a doctor in treating non-communicable diseases in this COVID-19 scenario?Many studies have now opined that co-existing non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension or cardiovascular disorders pose a greater risk of mortality in COVID-19 patients. Therefore, it is important to maintain a good control of these non-communicable diseases, especially in elderly above 60 years of age. As the healthcare system is mainly focusing on control of COVID-19, focus and resources for good metabolic health in people with non-communicable diseases should not take a back seat. Studies have shown that poor metabolic control have a strong association … [Read more...] about The risk of a fatal outcome from COVID-19 is up to 50% higher in people with diabetes : Dr. V Mohan
Preparing the bodyAnyone coming in contact with the dead body, including the health care or mortuary workers, must ensure the standard preventive measures including hand washing and disinfection pre and post interaction with the body.Anyone attending the body must use appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE) including gown, gloves, and mask etc. Use of face shield and googles, if there is a potential risk of body fluid splashes, is highly recommended.Remove all lines, catheters and tubes thus preparing the body for transfer.Keep minimum movement of the body and safe handling during the transfer.Cover the body in a cloth and transfer to the mortuary area as soon as possible.Body bags are not necessary unless there is any leakage of body fluids from orifices. Make sure the leakage is contained before transfer. Body bags used must be able to carry up to 125kg of weight.No need to disinfect the body before transfer.Transfer can be through ambulance or any other vehicle, no special … [Read more...] about New guidelines for burial of bodies infected with coronavirus issued
2 small steaks, such as skirt or sirloin, beaten thinner Salt and freshly ground black pepper, or steak seasoning ½ a small red cabbage, outer leaves removed 1 carrot 1 red apple 4 spring onions, finely sliced 1tbsp cider vinegar 2tbsp mayonnaise 1tbsp olive oil Season the steaks with salt and black pepper or a sprinkle of steak seasoning. For the slaw, finely shred the cabbage and place in a bowl. Grate the carrot and apple in and add the spring onions. … [Read more...] about DR MICHAEL MOSLEY’S battle plan to fight Coronavirus: Being overweight can be a killer if you catch COVID-19 and Britons have piled on the pounds in lockdown… this diet really could save your life
Specific Control Measures (pages 18 – 31) are optional but recommended safety guidelines for every stage — Development and Pre-Production, Production and Post Production — and for every individual production area and group involved — Performers, Catering, Assistant Director/Director/Script Supervisor Departments, Camera, Grips and Lighting, Sound, Art Department, Locations, Costume/Wardrobe, Hair and Makeup, Safety and Medical, Transport, Unit, Workshops, Offices, Domestic and International Travel, Testing and Mental Health. … [Read more...] about Australia Sets Comprehensive COVID-Safe Guidelines For Film & TV Production