Nowadays, we are so busy in making money that we often forget about our health. To make a better career people often leave their home and city. I have seen many people who are living away from their home and they are becoming a slave to the junk food. If you consume junk food more often then it leads to obesity and which is very harmful to the health of the beings. If you notice there are a major group of kids who are dealing with the obesity. If you are doing a sitting job for 10 to 12 hours and do not get time to work out then obviously you are sacrificing your health. If you are one of those who is dealing with the obesity then this news is just for you.
An event on Obesity will be going to organize at Bhargava Auditorium in PGI on 5th December 2017. The Obesity public forum is part of the World Non-Communicable Diseases’ Congress.The general public can attend this event without paying any registration fee. The event will be moderated by Dr. Ajay Duseja, Professor, Department of Hepatology, PGI, he would shed the light on the effect of obesity on the liver and the possible endoscopic treatment of obesity. The other expert like Dr. Sanjay Jain, Professor of internal medicine, Dr. Ajay Bahl, Professor of Cardiology, and last but not the least Dr. Sanjay Bhadada, Professor of Endocrinology, will be going to highlight the rising problem of obesity in the country, how obesity affected the heart and its relation with hypertension, and link between obesity and diabetes mellitus (high blood sugar). Dr. Sanjay Bhadada will also share the reasons for rising obesity in children and possible drugs for its treatment.
It is a good initiative taken by the PGI and as we all know that there is no registration fee to attend this event, therefore, everyone must take participate in the event and must follow the health tips in the regular life. To have a happy and healthy life, we must know how to take care of our habits. If you will take care of your habits, your habits will take care of you in the long run.
This event is conducting with the motive to aware the society about the consequences of obesity and how can we avoid it.