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10 September 2019 Current Events More than 200 Wheelchair Users Showed Up at a Rally in India Gate

On September 8, hundreds of wheelchair users held a rally at India Gate in Delhi along with more than 200 citizens. The rally was held in order to spread awareness on spinal cord injury and its prevention. The rally also promoted the rehabilitation of affected people. The Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISJC) organised this event in association with the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCS) in order to observe Spinal Cord Injury Day.


Unusual Survey Has Been Conducted to Estimate Coverage of Iodised Salt in Households

An unusual survey has been conducted in India by Nutrition International in collaboration with the All India Institution of Medical Sciences in Delhi and the Indian Coalition for the Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (ICCIDD) on percentage of Indian household consuming iodised salt. And the study shows that there are five worst performing states in India such as Tamil Nadu, which ranked the lowest at 61.9%, Andhra Pradesh at 63.9%, Rajasthan at 65.5% and Odisha at 65.8% and Jharkhand at 68.8%. The objective behind the survey was to figure out the iodine content in samples of cooking salt in households to roughly calculate the coverage of iodised salt. The deficiency of iodised salt in the body can lead to intellectual and developmental disabilities.


More than 200 Wheelchair Users Showed Up at a Rally in India Gate

On September 8, hundreds of wheelchair users held a rally at India Gate in Delhi along with more than 200 citizens. The rally was held in order to spread awareness on spinal cord injury and its prevention. The rally also promoted the rehabilitation of affected people. The Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISJC) organised this event in association with the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCS) in order to observe Spinal Cord Injury Day.

Unusual Survey Has Been Conducted to Estimate Coverage of Iodised Salt in Households

An unusual survey has been conducted in India by Nutrition International in collaboration with the All India Institution of Medical Sciences in Delhi and the Indian Coalition for the Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (ICCIDD) on percentage of Indian household consuming iodised salt. And the study shows that there are five worst performing states in India such as Tamil Nadu, which ranked the lowest at 61.9%, Andhra Pradesh at 63.9%, Rajasthan at 65.5% and Odisha at 65.8% and Jharkhand at 68.8%. The objective behind the survey was to figure out the iodine content in samples of cooking salt in households to roughly calculate the coverage of iodised salt. The deficiency of iodised salt in the body can lead to intellectual and developmental disabilities.




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