April Invitations 2019

Hello, Healthy people

If you are regular reader here… Then you must be knowing that last year I have started #aprilinvitations to feature new blogger’s blog posts on my site.

Topics to write on are Health , Healthy lifestyle ,Exercising, Diet, Healthy food , Healthy recipes, Environmental awareness poetry, Anything else related to health. You can also share your treatment stories or your family’s treatment stories.

Requesting all my readers to participate. You have to share your article / story / poetry to my email address – sytlewedsfashion@gmail.com. with your descriptive profile. ( Name, Type of blogger, How much time you have spent in the blogging world?, What else you do other than blogging?, etc.)

I am going to make the posts professionally so above informations will be required. Would love to get your posts soon. Do share it especially to new bloggers in your contacts.

Not at all compulsory but if you are thinking about any different topic to share than why not this all topics? Do share them at mail.



World Leprosy Day

World Leprosy Day is observed internationally on January 30 or its nearest Sunday to increase the public awareness of the Leprosy or Hansen’s Disease. This day was chosen in commemoration of the death of Gandhi, the leader of India who understood the importance of leprosy.

With over 2 lakh new cases of leprosy reported each year on an average globally.

WHO says national programmes should boost active case-fining, strengthen surveillance, improve contact-tracing and focus more on the global target of zero child infection by 2020.

Leprosy was globally declared to have been ” eliminated as a public health problem” 18 years ago.

Leprosy is caused by infection with the bacillus Mycobacterium leprae, which multiplies very slowly in the human body. The bacterium has a long incubation period (on average 5 years or longer). The disease affects nerve endings and destroys the body’s ability to feel pain & injury.

Data published by WHO in 2017 show that although the overall number of cases is slowly declining, that of new cases does not align with global efforts and resources deployed to interrupt transmission.

Reports from 145 countries of WHO’s six regions show that of the total of 216108 newly diagnosed cases of leprosy during 2016, 18472 involved children, representing almost 9% of all new cases reported annually.

Leprosy is curable and treatment provided in the early stages eliminate disability.

Multidrug therapy is made available free of change through WHO and has been donated to all patients worldwide by Novartis since 2000. It provides a simple yet highly effective care for all types of leprosy.

Source : WHO

3rd December For Differentlyabled

Happy December healthy people ….

How are you all ? Hope all will be perfectly fine.

I want to ask a question that how much ability you have to do your work ? Maximum number of persons have their ability & they do so. Some of the persons have that ability but there is lack of confidence. There are some persons who are mentally / physically disabled still they have courage to do what they can’t do. This property of disabled persons makes them Differently abled persons.


Differently abled persons are gifted by god at the level of intelligence. There was a time when disabled were not having that much importance what Normal persons were have. After ages people are changing their mentality – Whole world, Nations , Government system , Law system – every system of nation & world focuses on Disabled person’s health , education , treatment, employment.

Thus we have some great talented differently able persons who have proven that they are more than normal & achieved great success. Like Sudha Chandran – Indian actress and classical dancer, Girish Sharma – Badminton champion, Shekar Naik – T20 Blind Cricket world Champion, Satendra Singh – Disability Activist, H.Boniface Prabhu – a Leading Quadriplegic Wheelchair Tennis Player, Arunima Sinha – 1st women amputee to climb Mount Everest, Javed Abidi – Founder of the Disability Rights Group……

Except  few persons there are a lot of population still needs improvement in their lifestyle some can not afford health care,some can’t get education , lots of the them experience violence. So here is some facts and figures about disabled persons from the source of UNICEF.

Facts & Figures

  • 7 billion people: world population
  • Over 1 billion people in the world have some form of disability, that’s 1 in 7
  • More than 100 million disabled persons are children
  • Children with disabilities are almost four times more likely to experience violence than non-disabled children
  • 80% of all people with disabilities live in a developing country
  • 50% of disabled persons cannot afford health care
  • 160 countries have signed the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

International Day of persons with Disabilities CELEBRATED on 3rd December.

This is just an introduction about this topic , there is a lot detail information can be gathered and we all can try to make the society to make differently abled persons at the same level of normal persons everywhere.

Stay Healthy , Stay Happy Always and Be aware about such important things of Society.