The division of bioengineering and the Ladies’s Research Centre of Integral College, in collaboration with Worldwide Society for Medical Meals and Diet, KGMU, organised a global seminar on Lifestyle diseases: Ladies’s Well being Priorities and Interventions.
Geared toward spreading consciousness, the seminar included periods on highlighting advocacy for ladies, establishing a work-life balance and tackling way of life diseases associated to girls corresponding to diabetes and varied sorts of cancers.
In line with most up-to-date research, a breast most cancers affected person is discovered each 4 minutes in India. A most up-to-date examine by the Vitality Coverage Institute in India on the College of Chicago has listed most polluted cities of India the findings of which state that residents of Lucknow and Kanpur might find yourself shedding 9.3 years of their life because of the poor ambient air high quality in the 2 cities.
The seminar on girls’s well being and work-life balance aimed to spotlight the significance of private well-being in the lives of working girls. It addressed psychological well being points, musculo-skeletal issues, dietary wants, and wholesome practices. By fostering consciousness and assist, this seminar sought to empower girls to prioritise their well being alongside their skilled and private obligations.
KGMU vice-chancellor Prof Soniya Nityanand was the chief visitor on the event.
Talking on the perform, she highlighted some key well being illnesses afflicting working girls. She prolonged assist to all girls in the viewers for any type of medical checks and therapy at each King George’s Medical College and Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences, the 2 prime medical institutes of the town which are headed by her.
Dr Nityanand additionally recommended that Integral College formulate methods and options to assist its girls workforce and submit a proposal to the state ministry of well being and ahead the identical to coverage makers for its implementation.
The keynote lecture for the inaugural session was delivered by Farah Usmani, international vice-president SAFAR Basis.