Elixir Zdravi http://elixirzdravi.com/ Wed, 20 Oct 2021 20:40:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://elixirzdravi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/cropped-icon-32x32.png Elixir Zdravi http://elixirzdravi.com/ 32 32 Delhi: man who changed his son’s name to get him admitted under the EWS quota obtains bail https://elixirzdravi.com/delhi-man-who-changed-his-sons-name-to-get-him-admitted-under-the-ews-quota-obtains-bail/ https://elixirzdravi.com/delhi-man-who-changed-his-sons-name-to-get-him-admitted-under-the-ews-quota-obtains-bail/#respond Wed, 20 Oct 2021 19:43:51 +0000 https://elixirzdravi.com/delhi-man-who-changed-his-sons-name-to-get-him-admitted-under-the-ews-quota-obtains-bail/ The Delhi High Court has granted early bail to a man accused of changing his son’s name to get him admitted to a reputable school in the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category.

Judge Anu Malhotra granted the plaintiff early bail in a case of alleged fraud, forgery and criminal association under the IPC.

The FIR was registered after school authorities lodged a complaint alleging that the applicant changed his name and that of his son to have him admitted to kindergarten in the EWS quota in 2019.

Posting the advance bond through his lawyer, lead lawyer N Hariharan, the applicant argued that he had been falsely involved in the present case “because he dared to dream that his children were studying in prestigious schools”.

The situation report filed by the police indicated that the child had objected to being called under his new name. The report further stated that the applicant’s employee, who is an accused in this case, used to pick up the boy from school by bicycle and, later, some distance from the school, was using a car to drop the boy off at his home.

The State indicated in the progress report that the applicant “was not knowingly disclosing the facts and misleading the investigation and that his interrogation in detention was therefore necessary to discover the whereabouts of the co-accused … as well as the source of the forged documents. and manufactured. involved in the case ”.

The court heard that the plaintiff was involved in a similar case in which he changed his eldest son’s name to gain admission under the EWS quota and was out on bail.

The prosecution had stated that “a real student in the SAP category was denied admission”.

The applicant had argued that the complainant “had not expelled his eldest child from his school because of the protection granted by this court and had resorted to filing false FIRs against him as a means of pressure”.

The Applicant maintained that “he and his children were in the SAP category and by dint of determination the Applicant succeeded in having his son admitted”.

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Osteoporosis means the deterioration of bone density – the term comes from “osteo” meaning bone and “porosis” meaning decrease in density or porosity. It is a significant medical concern, which increases the risk of fracture, morbidity, mortality and even the loss of active years.

It is estimated that 200 million people suffer from osteoporosis. The disease most affects the older age group – mainly people aged 60 and over. In this age group, postmenopausal women have a higher incidence of osteoporosis than men.

What causes osteoporosis?
Healthy bone requires titration of calcium gain and loss which depends on diet, hormonal balance, and physical activity. Any alteration in this finely tuned physiology can lead to poor bone quality.

A diet lacking in calcium and protein or inadequate absorption of calcium and vitamin D (malabsorption syndromes such as celiac disease, lactose intolerance, etc.) reduces bone and tissue healing and resistance. Excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, and anorexia can lead to dietary deficiencies causing osteoporosis.

Hormones such as thyroid, estrogen and testosterone are necessary for the functioning of the body machinery. Hormonal imbalance can lead to increased bone loss. In particular, it causes a decrease in estrogen followed by menopause, further leading to rapid osteoporosis.

Some essential drugs like antiepileptic drugs for epilepsy, PPIs for acidity, chemotherapy for cancer, and steroids for rheumatoid arthritis can also cause osteoporosis as side effects. But, these drugs cannot be stopped as it can lead to more damage.

Another important factor behind osteoporosis is a sedentary lifestyle and a lack of exercise. A vitamin D deficiency due to lack of exposure to the sun is an additional factor.

Other causes are advanced age, family history (heredity) and sex (women are more affected than men).


Young people with gastrointestinal problems affecting diet or suffering from hormonal imbalance and excessive weight loss / gain should see a specialist to prevent bone weakness.

Can young women get it?
Demographically, women are more affected than men mainly because of their physiology. Women go through periods, childbirth, breastfeeding, and hormonal changes that men don’t. This results in an increase in bodily losses.

A healthy young woman with a healthy lifestyle (which includes a balanced diet and a regular exercise routine) without any disease need not worry about osteoporosis. However, young people with gastrointestinal problems affecting diet or suffering from hormonal imbalance and excessive weight loss / gain should see a specialist to prevent bone weakness.

Women who lack sun exposure and an exercise regimen are at greater risk. All of these factors add to the decrease in bone strength leading to osteoporosis in women as they age.

What are the first signs to watch out for?
Bone pain, general weakness, malaise and easy fatigue are some of the symptoms of early bone weakness. This is more pronounced in older people where it can be clinically observed in their hunched posture and their inability to stand or be active for long periods of time.

In established osteoporosis, fractures are frequent even with an insignificant and insignificant fall. The most commonly affected areas are the spine, wrist and hip. History of multiple fractures should also raise red flags. Osteoporosis fractures are difficult to treat because they heal slowly and have little force to hold the implants.

Can a balanced diet delay it?
Eating healthy is the best way to fight osteoporosis. Bone is a tissue that requires constant maintenance and repair.

A balanced diet containing protein, carbohydrates, minerals and multivitamins is essential. Milk and dairy products, fish, soybeans, tofu, and nuts are good sources of calcium. Legumes, cabbages, eggs, milk, and meat / poultry are rich sources of protein.

The daily protein requirement is 1 g / kg depending on the daily body weight. The daily calcium requirement for adults is 1,000 to 1,500 mg per day (including food sources).

Vitamin D is not naturally available in food and must be supplemented or fortified in food. The daily requirement for vitamin D is 400 to 800 IU / day.

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Eating healthy is the best way to fight osteoporosis.

What precautions should I follow?
A healthy lifestyle is of the utmost importance in the prevention of most diseases, including osteoporosis.

Daily exercise of moderate activity for 150 minutes per week – including two days per week of strength training.

Eating a balanced diet with a recommended daily intake of protein, carbohydrates, and roughage along with nutritional supplements (vitamin D, minerals, and antioxidants) can keep the body healthy and prevent disease.

Daily sun exposure of 15 to 30 minutes of mid-day sunshine is recommended by health experts in the United States. However, the absorption of sunlight depends on the pigmentation of the skin, clothing and environmental factors.

Adequate sleep is essential for the body to repair itself. Aim for a recommended sleep time of 6-8 hours per day.

Is osteoporosis treatable or curable?
Osteoporosis is a treatable and preventable disorder that can be diagnosed and managed quickly. Treatments can be divided into three types: exercise, diet, and medication.

It can be detected by x-rays, and the vulnerable population gets dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scans – a gold standard for diagnosis. It gives an estimate of the bone density at the most frequent fracture sites (lumbar spine, upper femur, etc.). It gives a T-score reading – where 0 to -1 is normal, -1 to -2.5 is osteopenia, less than -2.5 is osteoporosis. Estimation of the degree of osteoporosis, in turn, will help decide on further treatment.

Treatment is a multi-pronged approach that involves healthy eating, exercise, and medical attention. Medicines in the form of vitamin D, calcium, bisphosphonates, hormones – teriparatide and biologicals are used.

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Women who lack sun exposure and an exercise regimen are at greater risk.

Medicines can strengthen bones by decreasing calcium loss or increasing calcium absorption. Drugs such as bisphosphonates and denosumab that prevent bone destruction can help prevent bone loss. A bone building drug is teriparatide which is similar to parathyroid hormone.

Supplementation with hormones such as estrogen in women, testosterone in men, parathyroid hormone and calcitonin increase calcium supply to the bones. All of the above-mentioned drugs should be prescribed by a licensed physician at an adequate dosage. These drugs should only be administered under the supervision of a doctor.

Therefore, prevention is much more important than cure. A healthy lifestyle involving a balanced diet and regular exercise is essential. Performing lab tests to identify levels of vitamin D, serum calcium, phosphorus, and alkaline phosphatase helps identify bone disorders early on.

What advice would you have for caregivers?
For caregivers, it is essential to seek the advice of a licensed physician on required tests and treatment as soon as osteoporosis is suspected.

It is essential to treat people with osteoporosis with care and gentleness. The use of walking aids, the attachment of wall brackets for assisted walking, non-slip floors and good footwear are important.

The use of orthotics and braces (functional braces, lumbar braces, etc.) to maintain posture helps patient confidence and comfort. Keeping an eye on a healthy diet complete and exercise with the necessary medications is the key to management.

Dr Fahad M Shaikh is DNB, D Orth, MNAMSMBBS, MCH (US-AIM), Fellowship in Joint ChirurgiesAgencies

Dr Fahad M Shaikh is DNB, D Orth, MNAMSMBBS, MCH (US-AIM), Fellowship in Joint Chirurgies

– The author is a consultant surgeon in orthopedics, traumatology and joint replacement at Masina hospital
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Don’t miss the Noha Fekry Quartet concert at the Cairo Jazz Festival

The Ministry of Culture applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of theaters in order to ensure the safety of the public, artists and workers.

Amir Bashtak Palace

Al-Muaaz Street, Tel 02 2787 9187

Th 9, 7 p.m .: Singer Mohie said performs classical Arabic songs, accompanied by his troupe as guest of honor qannun player Saber Abdel-Satter.

Arab Music Institute

22 rue Ramsis, Tel 02 2574 3373

Thu 9, 8 p.m .: The Talent Development Center concert.

Fri 22, 8 p.m .: Concert of classical Arabic songs by the Arab Musical Heritage Set.

Sun 24, 8 p.m .: Al-Enshad Al-Dini troupe performs religious songs and hymns.

Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: Toqous Concert characteristics (rites) Nahla matar.

Cairo opera house

Gezira Exhibition Center, Tel 02 2737 0602/2736 0361, ticket office 02 2739 0132/0144

Main hall

Fri 22, Sun 24, Mon 25, Tue 26, 8 p.m .: Osiris, Prince igor and Bolero ballets must be performed by the Cairo Opera Ballet Company and the Cairo Opera Orchestra.

sat 23, 8 p.m .: on Cairo Symphony Orchestra

Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: The National Arab Music Together in a repertoire of classical Arabic songs.

Open air theater

Thursday 21, 8 p.m .: A piano recital by Amr Selim.

fri 22, 8 p.m: Oriental fingers group, led by harpist Manal Mohieddin.

Sat 23, 8 p.m .: The Children’s choir of the Opera for Arabic music.

Sun 24, 8 p.m .: pianist Fathy salama and his gang.

Mon 25, 8 p.m .: Singer Ali Al-Alfy and his gang.

Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: Oshaq Al Nagham group, led by Mohamed Abdel-Sattar.

Small room

Thursday 21, 8 p.m .: Flute and harp recital by Riham Fayed and Mona Wassef.

Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: A chamber music concert offers Mahmoud Osman.

Falaki Theater

American University in Cairo, downtown campus, 24 Falaki Street, downtown Cairo, tel. 012 88721446

Fri 22, 8 pm-9pm: Memories of a lord (France) is a dance and music show. Memories of a lord is a tale in three parts, an ode to the prowess and loneliness of the great figures of history. Each of the show’s three acts shows a different facet of the leader’s archetype: first hailed as a savior, then hated as a bully, before ultimately becoming nothing more than a shell of himself – the specter of the power and alienation. In this show choreographed by a renowned French artist Olivier Dubois, a corpus of thirty-five Egyptian amateur dancers revolve around the magnetic charms of the main performer Nicola Manzoni. The spectacular scene unfolds to the rhythm of Francois Caffenneexciting composition.

In this performance, the hero loves, struggles and lives to bring light and glory. The tyrant instills terror and barbarism in the world. These opposing forces find themselves caught in a dark battle. One will emerge victoriously triumphant; the other, succumbing to a cruel defeat.

Al-Gumhouriya Theater

12 Al-Gumhouriya Street, Abdin, Tel 02 2390 7707

Thursday 21 and Fri 22, 8 p.m .: Forsan Al-Sharq for heritage the company performs Altouq wa Alaswara (the necklace and the bracelet) dance show.

Sat 23, 8 p.m .: A concert of songs composed by the late composer Baligh hamdy.

Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: The Arabic Takht Arab song and music troupe.

Al-Ghouri Caravan
Mohamed Abdou Street, next to Al-Muaaz and Al-Azhar streets, Tel 02 2514 7475
Al Tanoura whirling dervishes perform to Sufi music
(Performances every Saturday and Wednesday at 7 p.m.).

Fri 22, 8 p.m .: A concert with an oud duo Dina Abdel Hamid and Ghassan Al Youssef.

Italian cultural institute

3 rue El-Cheikh El Marsafy, Zamalek, Tel 02 2735 5423/2735 8791

Sat 23, 8:30 p.m .: On the occasion of the 21 Italian language week around the world, the Italian Cultural Institute presents the concert “Dante700”. It features the soprano Sara Allegretta, accompanied by the pianist Vincenzo Rana, with readings of Dante’s poetry by Davide Pandolfo, the concert is artistically directed by maestro Elio Orciuolo.


1 rue Saad Zaghloul, Al-Mounira, Cairo, Tel. 2792 0878

Every Tuesday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.: Mawawil includes singers Hend and Sara in a repertoire of traditional music from the Nile delta, Al Jaafra music played by the Arab tribes of Aswan and Nass makan bandaged.

Every Wednesday, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m .: Zar music and songs by Mazaher together with Umm Sameh, Umm Hassan and Nour Al-Sabah.

Art Space & Café room

10 Etehaad Al Mohamin St, Garden City, Tel 01000 681539

Thursday 21, 9 p.m .: A comedy show featuring Crowd set with Mina Selim and Walid Khairy; a set of improvisation, all unscripted, based on the interaction and the responses they will get from you.

El-Sawy’s Cultural Wheel
End of July 26 St, under the May 15 bridge, Zamalek, Tel 02 2736 8881/6178/2737 4448

(No entry without a mask and the room will be open to only 25% of its capacity)

River room

fri 22, 19h: Waslet Samaa troupe sings religious songs.

Hall of Wisdom

Thursday 21, 7:30 p.m .: Celebration of the birth of Prophet Mohamed (PSL), religious cantor Mustafa Atef sings religious songs.

Sat 23, 7:30 p.m .: Singer Omnia Hassan interprets oriental songs mixed with jazz.

Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: A singing recital by Helmy Abdel-Baqy.

Tahrir Cultural Center (TCC)

AUC Tahrir Campus, Mohamed Mahmoud Street

Ewart Room

Cairo Jazz Festival (October 28-November 5)

Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: Noha Fekry Quartet (Egypt). (9:30 p.m.) ICX Jazz Ensemble (United States).

Talaat Harb Cultural Center

Al-Sayyeda Nafissa Street, Zeinhom district. Phone 02 2362 2647

Fri 22, 7 p.m .: The National Popular Arts Troupe performs a number of folk dances and shows inspired by various Egyptian folk heritages.


Alexandria Opera House (Sayed Darwish Theater)

Rue Fouad, Mahatat Al-Raml, Alexandria, Tel 03/486 5106

Thursday 21 and Thursday 28, 8 p.m .: A concert is offered Alexandria Opera Company for Arabic Music and Singing.

fri 22, 8 p.m: Alexandria Opera String Orchestra in a concert featuring the Cairo Opera Company soloists.

Sun 24, 8 p.m .: A concert by the Alexandria Talent Development Center.

* A version of this article is published in the October 21, 2021 edition of Al-Ahram Weekly

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Muntu dance theater

Saturday October 23, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Temple of Unity

This Chicago-based company presents authentic and progressive interpretations of contemporary and ancient African and American dance, music and folklore. First act: Vernon Gooden. $ 20 – $ 39; $ 10, some student seats; reduction for UTRF members. Tickets / more: utrf.org/event/muntudancetheater. 875 Lake Street, Oak Park.

Family and Community Discussion Circles: “Mars”

Tuesdays, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., virtually with the Oak Park Public Library