Hi, Latest happening in Medical Value Travel 8th - 14th March
FHWP, a leading medical tourism association in India, recently received the prestigious Berlin Bear Award for India, the “Medical and health tourism destination” at ITB Berlin 2023, the world’s largest travel trade show. It is a remarkable achievement for India’s medical tourism industry and a proud moment for FHWP and the country as a whole.
Bangladesh is celebrating the birth centenary of its founder President Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on Tuesday. The day marks the beginning of the year long celebration of the birth centenary named 'Mujib Barsho' in Bangladesh and across the world.
🌎 20th March, World Oral Health Day
Dedicated to raising global awareness of the issues around oral health and the importance of oral hygiene so that governments, health associations and the general public can work together to achieve healthier mouths and happier lives.
🇹🇳 20th March, Independence Day - Tunisia
Tunisian independence was a process that occurred from 1952 to 1956 between France and a separatist movement, led by Habib Bourguiba. He became the first Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Tunisia after negotiations with France successfully had brought an end to the colonial protectorate and led to independence.
🌎 21st March, World Down Syndrome Day
The 21st day of March was selected to signify the uniqueness of the triplication of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome. Every year on March 21, World Down Syndrome Day is observed to create awareness about Down syndrome
🇳🇦 21st March, Independence Day - Namibia
This independence day is marked as a national holiday in Namibia, and the day is celebrated with parades and political ceremonies attended by the top leaders. Proud citizens celebrate the day wishing prosperity and peace for the country.
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Answers of the Quiz
Ans 1 : (a) Acid
Tooth decay occurs when foods containing carbohydrates (sugars and starches) are left on the teeth. Bacteria that live in the mouth digest these foods, turning them into acids. The bacteria, acid, food debris, and saliva combine to form plaque, which clings to the teeth. The acids in plaque dissolve the enamel surface of the teeth, creating holes in the teeth called cavities, or dental caries.
Ans 2 : (e) All of the above
Be aware of the sugars in the foods you eat. Sugary foods, drinks, candies and gums increase acid production by the bacteria that cause cavities. The longer and more frequently that sugars and acids stay in your mouth, the greater the risk of decay. Drink sodas, sports and energy drinks through a straw and rinse your mouth with water when you’re done to get rid of lingering sugars and acids. Clinical studies show that regular use of gums and mints containing Xylitol, a natural sweetener, may help reduce cavities
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