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UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan passes away at 73

United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan passed away on Friday, the ministry of presidential affairs announced on Friday. He was 73

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UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan passes away at 73

United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan passed away on Friday, the ministry of presidential affairs announced on Friday. He was 73.

A statement by Wam read that the Ministry of Presidential Affairs condoles the people of the UAE, the Arab, and Islamic nations, and the world over the demise of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The ministry also announced a 40-day mourning period.

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Sheikh Khalifa served as the President of the UAE and Ruler of Abu Dhabi since November 3, 2004, and is likely to be replaced by his brother, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed.

Khalifa bin Zayed was the eldest son of the founding leader of the UAE, Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.

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World Hypertension Day 2022: Causes, symptoms and prevention of increased blood pressure | All you need to know

World Hypertension Day is celebrated every year on May 17 to make people aware of this rapidly growing disease across the world. Let us know in detail about the symptoms, causes, and prevention of hypertension

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World Hypertension Day 2022

High blood pressure (hypertension) is one of the rapidly growing, serious health problems globally. Every year millions of people are diagnosed with the problem of high blood pressure in all countries of the world, including India. Talking in the context of India, experts advise everyone to be careful about this growing threat.

According to the data, it is found that about 33% of the urban and 25% of the rural population are hypertensive. Only one in ten people in rural areas and one in five people in the urban populations are able to control the problem of blood pressure. The serious thing is that 60-70 percent of the people do not even know that they are suffering from hypertension until the problem increases.

World Hypertension Day is celebrated every year on May 17 to make people aware of this rapidly growing disorder across the world. According to health experts, the problem of hypertension can happen to anyone, from adults to the elderly.

In such a situation it becomes very important for everyone to know, be aware of this disease, and keep taking preventive measures.

Let us know in detail about the symptoms, causes, and prevention of hypertension:

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Causes of High Blood Pressure

Habits such as lifestyle-eating disorders, obesity, high sodium intake, drinking alcohol, smoking, age, family history, etc are known to be the main causes.

Some people may have high blood pressure due to underlying health conditions. In this, problems like kidney diseases, adrenal gland tumors, (congenital) defects in blood vessels, and overdose of certain drugs are also responsible for high blood pressure.

Symptoms of High Blood Pressure

Excessive sweating
Feeling anxious or tense
Feeling restless
Sleep disorder.
Irritability or dizziness.

Prevention for High Blood Pressure

High Blood Pressure can be controlled by making changes in lifestyle and diet. People who have high blood pressure is often elevated or who are at high risk of it, should pay attention to keep the amount of sodium low in their diet. Excess intake of sodium can increase blood pressure.

Apart from this, people who smoke and intake alcohol are also more prone to it, these things should be avoided at this time. Studies show that, making a habit of exercising regularly can help keep blood pressure under control.

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Finland President Sauli Niinisto confirms Nordic country will join NATO alliance, likely to submit formal application for NATO membership on May 18

In a historic policy shift prompted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Nordic country is likely to submit a formal application for NATO membership on May 18 at NATO headquarters in Brussels.

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Finland’s President Sauli Niinisto confirmed on Sunday that the Nordic country would apply for the North Treaty Atlantic Organization (NATO) membership, despite Russia’s president warning it would be a mistake to do so.

The decision will pave the way for the 30-member Western military alliance to expand amid Russia’s war in Ukraine.

In a historic policy shift prompted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Nordic country is likely to submit a formal application for NATO membership on May 18 at NATO headquarters in Brussels.

President Sauli Niinisto and Prime Minister Sanna Marin made the announcement at a joint news conference at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki.

Sauli Niinisto said the move gives him security of mind and membership holds huge importance to the country. This is a historic day. A new era begins, the Finnish president said.

Finland’s decision to become a member of the NATO alliance is expected to be followed by a similar move from Sweden.

Yesterday, Finnish president Niinisto told Russian President Vladimir Putin about his intentions saying neutrality would be a mistake. The Russian invasion of Ukraine had changed the country’s security environment, he had said.

An expansion of the 30-country military alliance would be seen as a big blow to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Countries within the alliance are required to defend each other if any one of them is attacked.

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International Family Day 2022: Know Date, History, and Theme

International Family Day is celebrated every year on May 15. After understanding the utility of the family, the United Nations General Assembly has decided to celebrate this day globally.

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Every country in the world has a family, which consists of parents, husband and wife, children, and many other relationships. Family plays an important role for every person. Be it rich or poor, criminal or any official family, it is an essential part of everyone’s life.

World Family Day is celebrated every year on May 15, to celebrate this role of the family. Family is a phenomenal institution in building a strong country, which contributes to the development of the individual as well as the development of society.

In a country like India, family is given a lot of respect. In such a situation, people celebrate this day with their family in a memorable way. But do you know when and why did you start celebrating World Family Day? Who celebrated the first family day? Know the history and importance of Family Day.

When is World Family Day?

Family Day is celebrated every year on May 15. After understanding the utility of the family, the United Nations General Assembly decided to celebrate this day globally.

International Famil day 2022: History

World Family Day was first celebrated in the year 1994. Although the foundation of this day was laid in 1989. The United Nations General Assembly, in its resolution 44/82 dated December 9, 1989, declared the International Day of Families to be celebrated every year with the aim of spreading and to aware people, about the importance of family in life.

Later in 1993, the UN General Assembly in a resolution fixed May 15 as the date for Family Day. Since then, World Family Day started being celebrated every year on May 15.

International Family Day: Importance

Family unites people of different views, and preferences. It inspires people to forget their differences and live with love, care, and emotionally the family does the work of supporting each other and removing loneliness.

International Family Day: Theme

The family members came closer to each other during the Corona period. They got to spend more time with each other. Last year, the theme of World Family Day in 2021 was ‘Family and New Technologies’. For this year 2022, the theme of the International Family Day that the United Nations has kept is ‘Family and Urbanization’.

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