(१) पनीर केल्शियम का एक बेहतरीन स्रोत है। इसका सेवन अस्थियों और मुक्तावली को तंदरुस्त बनाये रहने में न सिर्फ मददगार सिद्ध होता है अस्थिक्षय (ओस्टियोपोरोसिस यानी लॉस आफ बॉन मॉस )से भी बचाये रहता है।
( २ ) एक छोटा चाय का चम्मच नीम्बू का रस (अर्क ,लेमन ज्यूस )तथा इतना ही शहद एक चम्मच मेथी दाने के साथ लीजिये ज्वरनाशी का काम करेगा बुखार (टेम्प्रेचर )में आराम मिलेगा। मेथी दाना रात को भिगो सकते हैं सुबह उठकर उसका पानी पियें शहद और नीम्बू मिलाकर यही काम करेगा वह भी।
(३) SPLEEN CELLS PAVE WAY FOR NEW VACCINES
Researchers have discovered a type of cells in human spleen called innate lymphoid cells ,are essential for the production of antibodies ,paving way for development of new vaccines to fight meningitis and pneumonia .The study was published in the journal Nature Immunology .
(4) Europe reports alarming obesity levels among children
Alarming levels of obesity amongchildren has been reported from Europe.
The World Health Organization has announced that over 27% of 13-year-olds and 33% of 11-year olds are overweight in Europe.
Among 11-year-old boys and girls, the prevalence of overweight was highest in Greece (33%), Portugal (32%), Ireland (30%) and Spain (30%) and lowest in the Netherlands (13%) and Switzerland (11%).
In 23 out of 36 countries, more than 30% of boys and girls aged 15 years and over are not getting enough physical activity.
Among adults, women's rates of insufficient physical activity range from 16% in Greece and 17% in Estonia to 71% in Malta and 76% in Serbia.
According to a new report published by the WHO, being overweight is so common that it risks becoming a new norm in the region.
"Our perception of what is normal has shifted; being overweight is now more common than unusual. We must not let another generation grow up with obesity as the new norm," said the WHO Regional Director for Europe, Zsuzsanna Jakab.
"Physical inactivity coupled with a culture that promotes cheap, convenient foods high in fats, salt, and sugars is deadly."
"We need to create environments where physical activity is encouraged and the healthy food choice is the default choice, regardless of social group. Physical activity and healthy food choices should be taken very seriously in all environments—schools, hospitals, cities, towns and workplaces. As well as the food industry, the urban planning sector can make a difference," said Joao Breda, programme manager, nutrition, physical activity and Obesity at the WHO.
विशेष :प्रत्येक समाज के लिए अपने नौनिहालों को स्वास्थ्यकर भोजन और सक्रीय जीवन शैली अपनाने के लिए प्रेरित करना चाहिए। सहज सुलभ जंक फ़ूड की सार्वत्रिक (यूनिवर्सल )उपलब्धता नौनिहालों में मोटापा ही नहीं है भावी जीवन में जीवन शैली रोगों के बीज भी बो रही है।
Obesity soars to 'alarming' levels in developing countries
The extent of the world's obesity epidemic has been thrown into stark relief as a report from the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) puts the number of overweight and obese adults in developing countries at more than 900 million.
Future Diets, an analysis of public data about what the world eats, says there are almost twice as many obese people in poor countries as in rich ones. In 2008, the figures were 904 million in developing countries, where most of the world's people live, compared with 557 million in industrialised nations.
"The growing rates of overweight and obesity in developing countries are alarming," said the report's author, ODI research fellow Steve Wiggins. "On current trends, globally, we will see a huge increase in the number of people suffering certain types of cancer, diabetes, strokes and heart attacks, putting an enormous burden on public healthcare systems."
The report warns that governments are not doing enough to tackle the growing crisis, partly due to politicians' reluctance to interfere at the dinner table, the powerful influence of farming and food lobbies and a large gap in public awareness of what constitutes a healthy diet.
According to the report, overweight and obesity rates since 1980 have almost doubled in China and Mexico, and risen by a third in South Africa, which now has a higher rate than the UK. Regionally, north Africa, the Middle East and Latin America all have overweight and obese rates on a par with Europe.