SMOKING REDUCES THE RISK OF PARKINSON’S DISEASE (PD)


Smoking is a risk factor for many non-communicable diseases, such as heart attacks, strokes, cancers, chronic obstructive lung diseases, liver disease, diabetes and pneumonia. It is expected to cause 1 billion deaths in 21st century. However, it has one benefit. In a long term study, smokers were found to have lower occurrence of Parkinson’s diseaseContinue reading “SMOKING REDUCES THE RISK OF PARKINSON’S DISEASE (PD)”

WOMEN FIGHT COVID 19 BETTER THAN MEN


WOMEN FIGHT COVID 19 BETTER THAN MEN It is no secret that males are the weaker gender in many aspects. On an average, men die younger than women and the prevalence of life threatening diseases such as heart attacks; stroke and cancer are more in men than in women. The same holds true with respectContinue reading “WOMEN FIGHT COVID 19 BETTER THAN MEN”