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Punish self-proclaimed experts: Dr Khizar Raoof

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Punish self-proclaimed experts: Dr Khizar Raoof

India has been dealing with a deadly second wave. At a time like this, it’s very important to be socially responsible, understanding the dangerous consequences of irresponsible communication.

The ‘self-proclaimed experts’ delivering unsupported and highly misleading scientific theories an false beliefs might create panic and havoc in the country. Health-care workers have been at it tirelessly, under extremely difficult conditions, prioritising their patients’ health over their own. Irresponsible people such as Ramdev are leaving no stone unturned in demoralising the already stressed-out health-care workers.

The government should prosecute such rogues and they should be given stern punishment so that people like him dare not repeat it. They should be booked under the same sections as an assault on health-care workers.

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1 in 7 are not aware of Chronic Kidney Disease

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1 in 7 are not aware of Chronic Kidney Disease

Icase if you don’t know, the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is one of the most prevalent chronic health conditions and is something most people don’t think of or realize they might have. In fact, 1 in 7 adults will not be aware of CKD. Well, yes! You heard it right!

It is highly recommended that you treat primary care as preventive care, maintaining a relationship with your doctor and healthcare team to catch chronic kidney disease early.

Also, it is a “Silent Emergency”.

CKD occurs when your kidneys are damaged to the extent that they can’t filter your blood effectively. Shockingly, the symptoms won’t manifest themselves until the kidney is severely damaged or you experience kidney failure and they can range in everything from swelling of your legs and fatigue, to bone pain or blood in your stool.

It can be confusing because a lot of these symptoms resemble those of other chronic conditions. Causes of CKD can include comorbid conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes.

When in doubt, visit your nearest doctor and get it checked and treated as early as possible.

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