Read more: Webinar | Hypertension: Recognizing and Dealing with the Tension of High Blood Pressure
What is high blood pressure or hypertension? High blood pressure is a very common serious condition in which the force of the blood against artery walls (blood vessel walls) is high.
Read more: Webinar | Mental Health Matters!
This webinar featured a panel of international mental health and emotional wellness experts who discussed many aspects of mental health such as techniques for reducing personal stress as well as other topics such as personality testing. Mental health encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being and it is an essential part of life at every…
Read more: Webinar: What do you want to be when you’re all grown up?
In this live interactive session we introduced some of our community’s youngsters as they compare and contrast their educational and career pathways. Tahera ben from Tokyo, Khuzaima bhai from San Francisco, and Aliasger bhai from Canada all mapped our their education pathways, sharing their wisdom with young attendees looking to map out their future careers.
Read more: Webinar | Battling Covid-19 Misconceptions
Fatemi Dawat and Zahra Hasanaat hosted a webinar with an esteemed panel of doctors from the USA and India to discuss COVID-19 and the health impact of the virus. The conference took place on Zoom, and was live streamed on Facebook: For more information on COVID-19 assistance, and Syedna’s TUS message on vaccination.
Read more: Webinar | Sugar – A Bitter Truth
The Fatemi Dawat Mas’ul Coordination Committee with Zahra Hasanaat Health was pleased to announce a webinar on Diabetes and Obesity. This was a live interactive webinar session, the fifth in the Community Conversations Series, about two very serious diseases that impact a lot of people. Unfortunately there are 72.96 million cases of diabetes in the adult population of…
Read more: Webinar | Practical Sleep Medicine
In our current Society there is a significant strain put on people to obtain an adequate amount of sleep in order to be able to function well in their daily activities. In the United States it is estimated that more than 40 million people have chronic sleep problems and up to 60% of the population…
Read more: Webinar | Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: A Burning Issue
There can also be serious consequences, if GERD is not addressed or treated. A clear understanding of basic anatomy and function of the gastrointestinal tract is important for the prevention and management of reflux disease.