International Nurses Day (IND) is observed around the world May 12 The day is set aside to honor and note the many contributions nurses make to society. Nurses care for our loved ones at some of the most challenging times of their lives. They may run short of time, but not compassion.
Heart disease is the main and leading cause of death around the world, with a rate of 31% of deaths. High blood pressure is one of the most important risk factors for developing cardiovascular disease.
Thalassemia disease is a genetic disorder that occurs in the blood cells and is described as a decrease in the level of hemoglobin and a decrease in the number of red blood cells than the normal range, and hemoglobin is a substance in the red blood cells that carries oxygen, so the decrease in hemoglobin causes anemia. Distress
On the occasion of the International Walking Day, which falls on March 5 of each year, the Saudi Ministry of Health launches the "Saudi National Day of Walking" initiative in all regions and governorates of Saudi Arabia, with the aim of promoting public health and promoting the concept of walking culture, in addition to raising the rate of walkers.
World Cancer Day is an annual event organized by the International Union Against Cancer to raise global awareness of the dangers of cancer, through prevention, early detection and treatment methods. Cancer is the biggest health problem facing the world, and it is considered the most important cause of death globally
Multiple sclerosis It is a chronic neurological disease that affects the central nervous system and affects the brain and spinal cord and causes damage to the membrane surrounding nerve cells called myelin, which leads to hardening of cells and thus slow or stop the flow of nerve circuits between the brain and the organs of the body
Epilepsy is a chronic brain disorder characterized by short, recurrent episodes of involuntary movement that affect a part of the body or the whole body.
The overall goals of World Patient Safety Day are to enhance global understanding of patient safety, to intensify public participation in health care safety, and to advance global actions aimed at improving patient safety and reducing patient harm. The origin of the day is rooted in medicine's basic principle of "do no harm in the first place".