The rate of organ donation has shown a tremendous increase in India over the last few years. Nevertheless, the lack of technology and equipment, infrastructure to transfer organs and the enormous cost of transplantation and post-surgery care continue to play spoilsport. Study says, in 2014, there were 411 organ donors post brain death which resulted in the transplantation of 720 kidneys, 354 livers, 54 hearts and 16 lungs.
Country’s leading medical Institute All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), has eye witnessed a phenomenal response in terms of multi organ donation this year from Noida & Gurgaon. The country really needs to improve the rate of organ donation for which the government is putting all its extreme efforts to widely spread awareness about it.
Today, it has become a trend to consume these commercially available energy drinks before engaging into the difficult tasks like exams and sports; however study demonstrate that the continuous intake of these energy drinks can amount to serious health risks by increasing blood pressure and possibility of heart diseases too.
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