World Hearing Day – 3rd March



3rd March is observed as World Hearing Day. It is observed to promote activities and actions to be taken on a community level to protect hearing. Hearing loss is the most sensory disability. According to WHO, over 275 million people are deaf or suffering from hearing loss. The day was first observed in 2007 in China. Before 2016, the day was known as “International Ear Care Day”. In 2017 it was renamed as “World Hearing Day by World Health Organization (WHO).


Theme of World Hearing Day 2018; “Hear the Future”

Each year WHO decides a theme for the World Hearing Day and prepare brochures, events accordingly.  The theme of World Hearing Day 2017 was “Action for hearing loss”, in 2016 it was “Childhood hearing loss”. This year WHO has decided the theme to be “Hear the Future”. The purpose of this theme is to anticipate the increase in the number of people with hearing disability in the future. The focus is to highlight the hearing loss issue and prepare some preventive plans. The strategies will ensure that the hearing impaired people do have access to rehabilitation centers and are fully aware of the tools and products for the prevention and treatment.

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World Repetitive Strain Injury Day – 28th February 2018



RSI is a condition in which the prolonged performance of repetitive actions, typically with the hands, causes pain or impairment of function in the muscles involved. It is also known as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). It is the most common type of injuries related to workers. 28 February is the day devoted to raising awareness of these types of injuries.  2018 marks the 18th annual RSI awareness day.

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Fight against Cancer- 3 Factors to Follow



We all have heard the Term “Prevention is better than cure.” Be it cancer or any other disease, our first priority should be to adopt the lifestyle which is pure, healthy and energetic. Cancer has been destroying the human race for ages. Despite advanced Cancer treatment techniques, we haven’t still totally overcome the disease. Once you are trapped, it’s not easy to fight for your life. You have to be strong, a fighter and be very patient.

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