Anmol Taneja

Department of Pathology, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, Sawangi, Wardha, India


  • Research   
    Association of Dietary Factors with Risks of Cardiovascular Diseases
    Author(s): Tejas Pachpande, Anmol Taneja*, Samarth Shukla, and Sunita Vagha

    Our society is becoming modernized day by day. With the increasing jobs it comes amplified risk of heart factors. Social and economic environment, the physical environment, and the person’s individual characteristics and behaviours are the determinants of health. Poor health is associated with risk of diseases. Disease comprises of communicable and non-combinable diseases and cardiovascular diseases are included under non communicable diseases. In India, Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) contribute to 60% of all deaths. The four major causes of non-communicable disease deaths are: Coronary Heart Disease likes (Stroke and Hypertension) (45%) which is most common of all, chronic respiratory disease (22%), Cancers (12 %), Diabetes (3%). CVD is the largest cause of death worldwide, particularly among women. Some symptoms used for detection of heart diseases are chest pain, chest disc.. Read More»

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