Brain The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here will observe a brain awareness week, starting April 9, which will have a series of public awareness lectures on headache, migraine, stroke, prevention of head injury and backache among other ailments.”The awareness about diseases associated with the brain is very low. The idea is to educate people in easy language on prevention and following early signs of brain-related diseases,” a senior doctor from the AIIMS neurosurgery department said Saturday.

“What one assumes to be just headache could actually be signs of something severe. So a lot depends on awareness,” the doctor added. The ‘brain awareness week’ poster put across the sprawling AIIMS campus mentions a series of lectures between 1.30 p.m. to 3 p.m. April 9 at the AIIMS auditorium. The event is in collaboration with the National Brain Research Centre, Manesar. ”Our target audience is general public, students, paramedical staff, nurses and doctors. There is no entry fee for attending lectures,” the doctor added.

Source: IANS 

  • Syed

    Nargess jaan,Thank you so much for your encouragement and all of your hard work to rvtiealize RadioCP.Sima joon,Thank you so much for your complement about my voice, you are so sweet.Sima T aziz:Great program, I really enjoyed listening to it! We are a great team :) Ehsan,a0I am glad that you liked the program and thank you so much for your support and for good elaboration. I admire your analytical thinking and great communication skills.To the first comment:Thanks for being the first one who commented. I admit that it is tough to translate from one language to another, without loosing the sweetness or the true meaning of some of the words (applies to any language).