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Sunday, 18 April 2021

Oral Hygiene Is An Important As Handwash Hygiene. Take Care Of Your Teeth and Gums.

Oral Hygiene Is An Important As Handwash Hygiene. Take Care Of Your Teeth and Gums.

Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Healthy teeth not only enable you to look and feel good, they make it possible to eat and speak properly. Good oral health is important to your overall well-being.

Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, will help stop problems before they develop and is much less painful, expensive, and worrisome than treating conditions that have been allowed to progress.
Some Ways to Keep Your Teeth Healthy.
• Don’t go to bed without brushing your teeth.
• Brush properly. The way you brush is equally important — in fact, doing a poor job of brushing your teeth is almost as bad as not brushing at all. Take your time, moving the toothbrush in gentle, circular motions to remove plaque. Unremoved plaque can harden, leading to calculus buildup and gingivitis (early gum disease).
• Don’t neglect your tongue
Plaque can also build up on your tongue. Not only can this lead to bad mouth odor, but it can lead to other oral health problems. Gently brush your tongue every time you brush your teeth.
• Use a fluoride toothpaste
When it comes to toothpaste, there are more important elements to look for than whitening power and flavors. No matter which version you choose, make sure it contains fluoride.While fluoride has come under scrutiny by those worried about how it impacts other areas of health, this substance remains a mainstay in oral health. This is because fluoride is a leading defense against tooth decay. It works by fighting germs that can lead to decay, as well as providing a protective barrier for your teeth.
Treat flossing as important as brushing. Many who brush regularly neglect to floss. Flossing is not just for getting those little pieces of Chinese food or broccoli that may be getting stuck in between your teeth.
• Consider mouthwash
Advertisements make mouthwash seem necessary for good oral health, but many people skip them because they don’t know how they work. Mouthwash helps in three ways: It reduces the amount of acid in the mouth, cleans hard-to-brush areas in and around the gums, and re-mineralizes the teeth.In children and older people, where the ability to brush and floss may not be ideal, a mouthwash is particularly helpful.
Ask your dentist for specific mouthwash recommendations. Certain brands are best for children, and those with sensitive teeth
• Drink more water.
• Eat crunchy fruits and vegetables
• Limit sugary and acidic foods

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Ramadan Mubarak.

Ramadan Mubarak.
May Allah ,Bless All With Abundance Of Love,Peace,Happiness ,Good Health ,Wealth And Prosperity .





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Wednesday, 14 April 2021

Heartfelt Tribute To Bharat Ratna, Dr. B.R Ambedkar On His Birth Anniversary.


Heartfelt Tribute To Bharat Ratna, Dr. B.R Ambedkar On His Birth Anniversary.
We Pay Our Tribute To The Father Of Indian Constitution,Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar,Who fought A Long Battle For Justice And Equality. Come,Let Us Follow The Footsteps And Create The India Of His Dreams .


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Sunday, 11 April 2021

National Safe Motherhood Day.

National Safe Motherhood Day is celebrated on April 11 each year. In 2003, the Government of India declared April 11, the birth anniversary of Kasturba Gandhi as National Safe Motherhood Day. The declaration is an initiative of White Ribbon Alliance India (WRAI), an alliance of 1800 organizations.

This day is observed annually to create awareness of adequate access to care during pregnancy, childbirth, and postnatal services. Share these quotes to spread awareness about motherhood.
Women have a god gift to give birth to a child. In itself it is a miracle. In our country there are women who died while giving birth and also don't get nutrition, proper care during the course of pregnancy and after that also. National Safe Motherhood Day (NSMD) is celebrated to aware people about healthcare facilities for women. Let us study further about NSMD.
National Safe Motherhood Day (NSMD) is observed annually on 11 April to raise awareness about the proper healthcare of women and maternity facilities to pregnant and lactating women. This day also focus on reducing anaemia among women, institutional delivery, for better pre and post natal health care etc. which are necessary for mothers.




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Jyotirao Phule Jayanti.

Jyotirao Govindrao Phule is known to work towards the eradication of #untouchability and the caste system and for his efforts in educating women.

Jyotirao Govindrao Phule was an Indian writer, social activist, thinker and anti-caste social reformer from Maharashtra. He is known to work towards the eradication of untouchability and the caste system and for his efforts in educating women.


He and his wife, #SavitribaiPhule, were pioneers of #womenseducation in India. He was born on April 11, 1827, and his birth anniversary is celebrated as Jyotiba Phule Jayanti every year. Phule started his first school for girls in 1848 in Pune at Tatyasaheb Bhide's residence (Bhidewada).He, along with his followers, formed the Satyashodhak Samaj (Society of Truth Seekers) to attain equal rights for people from exploited castes. People from all religions and castes could become a part of this association which worked for the upliftment of the oppressed classes. Phule is regarded as an important figure in the social reform movement in Maharashtra. He was bestowed with the honorific Mahatma title by Maharashtrian social activist Vithalrao Krishnaji Vandekar in 1888.Phule's social activism included many fields including eradication of untouchability and the caste system, education of women and the Dalits, and welfare of downtrodden women.

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Wednesday, 7 April 2021

World Health Day. 7th April 2021.

Building a fairer, healthier world for everyone

In recent years, countries in the Western Pacific have experienced rapid economic growth, migration and urbanization. This created opportunities for better lives for many, but left others behind. The COVID-19 pandemic has undercut recent health gains, pushed more people into poverty and food insecurity, and amplified gender, social and health inequities.
This World Health Day, we’re calling for action to eliminate health inequities, as part of a year-long global campaign to bring people together to build a fairer, healthier world. The campaign highlights WHO’s constitutional principle that “the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition.”

The world is still an unequal one. The places where we live, work and play may make it harder for some to reach their full health potential, while others thrive. Health inequities are not only unjust and unfair, but they also threaten the advances made to date, and have the potential to widen rather than narrow equity gaps.
However, health inequities are preventable with strategies that place greater attention to improving health equity, especially for the most vulnerable and marginalized groups. COVID-19 has hit all countries hard, but its impact has been harshest on those communities which were already vulnerable, who are more exposed to the disease, less likely to have access to quality health care services and more likely to experience adverse consequences as a result of measures implemented to contain the pandemic.
That’s why we are calling on leaders to ensure that communities are at the forefront in decision-making processes as we move forward to a new future, and that everyone has living and working conditions that are conducive to good health. At the same time, we urge leaders to monitor health inequities, and to ensure that all people are able to access quality health services depending on their needs and values within their communities.
Facts and Figures:
• For the first time in 20 years, global poverty levels are predicted to rise and hinder the progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals1
• Up to 60% of people living in some countries of the Region lack coverage with essential health services.
• More than 1 billion people living in informal settlements or slums are facing increased challenges in preventing infection and transmission of the coronavirus.
• The Asia-Pacific region as a whole account for nearly 82.5 million or 32% of the world’s international migrants.
• 5.9 million children in the Asia-Pacific Region are at risk of not returning back to school due to the disruption to education and the economic impact of the pandemic.
• 52% of the Asia-Pacific population remains unconnected to the internet.
"It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver: - Mahatma Gandhi
"Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have". Winston Churchill

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