World Health Day

World Health Day 7 th APRIL

The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as other related organizations.

In 1948, the WHO held the First World Health Assembly. The Assembly decided to celebrate 7 April of each year, with effect from 1950, as the World Health Day. The World Health Day is held to mark WHO's founding, and is seen as an opportunity by the organization to draw worldwide attention to a subject of major importance to global health each year. The WHO organizes international, regional and local events on the Day related to a particular theme. World Health Day is acknowledged by various governments and non-governmental organizations with interests in public health issues, who also organize activities and highlight their support in media reports, such as the Global Health Council.

Women's Day Special Offer

*Ano - rectal diseases & Feminism...*

"A Women is the full circle within her - The power to Create, Nurture & Transform." Presently in New era, a successful women is always appreciated for her passion or ambition along with excellent balance of all her household characters. But deep inside there is always a compromise for her health.

Some basic issues starting from constipation which is mostly neglected by females can land up into severe ano rectal diseases. Repeated constipation and straining during bowel movement may cause bleeding through rectum which is further diagnosed as Anal fissure.

Peak period in any women's life is the 'Pregnancy'. During this stage, a women undergoes multiple changes which also includes it as a cause for Anorectal diseases such as Haemorrhoids or Anal fissure. Haemorrhoids or Piles is a swollen group of veins in anal region. Pregnant women are more prone for haemorrhoids or anal fissure due to pressure of carrying baby or straining during delivery puts extra stress on blood vessels in pelvic region.

Females are already suffering from low Haemoglobin and in addition to it bleeding piles may lead to Anaemia and further complications. Hence to avoid such can start by just small remedies like drinking adequate water, diet rich in fibres, leafy vegetables, on time meals and having a balanced diet.

Team Of Specialists

  • Dr. Atul Patil

    Consultant Proctologist & Consultant and associate professor At Dr. D Y Patil Ayurveda College,Pune.

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  • Dr. Sarita Patil

    Proctologist and Gynaecologist , Director- Vithai Piles hospital, Kasarwadi, Pune.

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  • Dr. Vikram Pawar

    Sr. Consultant & Chief of radiation oncology Services

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  • Anjali Vikram Pawar

    Vitthal Piles Center

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