Health Education

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a slowly progressive set of behavioural and clinical features that include dementia and may or may not include forgetfulness, difficulty in problem solving, declining decision making capability, change in mood or behaviour, and ability to reason. Though Alzheimer’s is a disease of the elderly, but an early onset variant too is known to occur.


Hypertension is one of the commonest diseases in which there is an excess pressure exerted by the flowing blood against the walls of vessels which exceeds desirable levels. Hypertension can have no symptoms for long periods of time thereby silently damaging susceptible organs

Aging related Health Issues

Ageing is a natural and physiological set of processes characterized by a gradual decline in the structural and functional capabilities of an individual with the passage of time

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