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16th March, 2017
Never ignore a symptom, which is unusual, unexplained or occurs for the first time in life

Indigestion, persistent cough, shortness of breath, constipation, fever, headache, feeling tired all the time are some common symptoms that many of us experience, but their significance is often undermined in the rush of the day to day life. We often ignore symptoms or minimize their significance and delay going to the doctor. But, this is how our body tries to tell us that all is not well and it's time to see a doctor. These symptoms are important as they may be due to a disease. At times, many of these common symptoms may signal a serious disease condition.
 Messages describing the 'warning signs' of many diseases like cancer, heart attack, stroke etc. are often displayed in public places and even in clinics and hospitals for patients to read.
Take cancer for an example. Some common warning signs of cancer have been defined:
  • Change in bowel or bladder habits.
  • A sore that does not heal.
  • Unusual bleeding or discharge.
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IMA guidelines: Preventing dementia and cognitive decline
Simple lifestyle modifications can help reduce your risk of Alzheimer's and related dementias.

New Delhi, March 15, 2017: Nearly 4 million people are living with some form of dementia, in India. Promising research shows that you can reduce your risk of dementias through a combination of simple but effective lifestyle changes.
No matter what your age, it's not too late to take steps to prevent memory loss.Brain- healthy lifestyle measures starting as early as young adulthood, can significantly prevent the onset of age induced Alzheimer's and related dementias later in life. In addition, good health habits can reduce the risk for illnesses that might affect your memory as well as the likelihood that you'll need medications that could have damaging side effects.
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