The onset of the monsoon season brings reprieve from the summer’s blistering heat. However, the rains bring with them a slew of undesirable illnesses that must be carefully avoided. Food and water-borne infections such as Typhoid, Cholera, Hepatitis A&B, and others are at an all-time high during this season. Having said that, due to the high danger of water and food contamination, a trail of these disorders follows. One should definitely avoid eating at unhygienic places and instead prefer eating healthy homemade food.
If you notice general symptoms like fever, headache and body ache, even after following preventive measures; seeking medical attention is a must. Our experts at Medanta are a call away to guide you more on this and help you with understanding the safety measures to be followed, in brief. Watch this video of Dr. Sushila Kataria, Senior Director, Internal Medicine, Medanta Hospital, Gurugram, who sheds some light on the preventive measures to follow during this season.
Learn more about Monsoon Disease – https://www.medanta.org/patient-education-blog/monsoon-illnesses-in-india-all-you-need-to-know/
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0:00 Introduction of Monsoon Illnesses
0:18 Food and Water Borne Diseases
0:27 Common Disease by Food and Water Borne Diseases
0:55 Preventions Food and Water Borne Diseases
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