A big achievement is a perfect chance to remind someone how talented, hard-working, and deserving they are. We Congratulate Our Dr Shashikant Patil for completing 17th PBSC (peripheral blood stem cell) harvest, your hard work will save someone's life.
Peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) harvesting is a method of collecting blood-forming cells for bone marrow transplants. The same blood-forming cells that are found in the bone marrow are mobilised in the circulating (peripheral) blood. The Harvesting Process takes place at HCG Manavata Cancer Centre, under the observation of Dr Shashikant Patil (Arpan Blood Bank, Nashik).
We would like to say thank you management of HCG Manavata Cancer Centre, Dr Girish and Dr Nilesh for giving an opportunity to work.
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Address: Arpan Blood Bank, 102/103, Athavale Chembers 1st Floor Opp. Gavkari Press, Tilak Rd, Nashik, Maharashtra 422001
The United Nations declared in 2010 to observe 15th October, the birth anniversary of the former President of India ‘Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam or A.P.J Abdul Kalam; as the World Student’s Day to honor his efforts in the field of science and technology as well as the role of a teacher that he played throughout his scientific and political careers; encouraging millions of students through his speeches books and wherever and whenever was possible for him.
⚫️Why The Birth Anniversary Of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Was Chosen As World Student’s Day
▪️A.P.J. Abdul Kalam shared a close and harmonious relationship with the students from all cultures and societies beyond the demographic lines of caste and economical divides. There was a time when he had to sell newspapers from door to door to support his family and education.
A story which has inspired millions of students and will continue to do so for centuries to come.
Mr. Kalam throughout his scientific and political career considered himself as a teacher and was most pleased while addressing students; whether they belong to a school in some remote village or an esteemed college or university.
So much was his inclination towards teaching and inspiring young minds that at a time in his career he left the post of Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India; a cabinet level post, to become a teacher.
Throughout his life Mr. Kalam professed the scientific, academic as well as spiritual development of the students. He made numerous speeches and wrote many books addressing the youth; which are listened and read even today by students even across the world.
Choosing his birth day as the ‘World’s Student’s Day’ was an appropriate decision honoring his works as a scientist and the millions of youths that he inspired and still inspires through his works, achievements, speeches, lectures and books.
Blood donation is definitely a noble act. Many clinics and hospitals constantly require blood for several purposes. This makes the idea of blood donation a noble gesture as it provides life-saving help to people and patients. On an average, human body contains approximately 4 to 5 liters blood that can be donated after every third month for men and every 4 months for women. Many people believe that blood donation is harmful for their body, however, this is untrue.
⚫️Advantages of Blood Donation
We cannot deny the fact that blood donation is a good act. It is not merely safe but also has several advantages :
▪️Life-saver – Many people require urgent blood and by donating our blood we easily give them life. This is one of the biggest satisfactions one can experience. It makes us proud and can also give us a purpose of life – the feeling that you made a difference to someone’s life.
▪️Refreshes our system– Having donated blood, our cell count goes down which leads to new cells regeneration. This is definitely a healthy process that defines that an individual is fine and fit. ▪️Rise of quantity of blood– Blood isn’t merely needed in case of injuries or accidents but also for plasma or platelets required by a patient. In such cases, if adequate amount of blood is readily available in a blood bank, patients can be smoothly treated. Hence people should regularly donate blood to ensure an adequate availability of it for the needy at right time.
▪️Proper diagnosis– Prior to our donating blood, hospital personnel make necessary diagnosis of cholesterol, iron content, hemoglobin, etc. Hence we can identify if all is normal. If all is well, the doctor allows us to donate blood.
Therefore, we do not need to fear blood donation as it a painless process that takes only around an hour. We can visit hospitals and donate blood in our spare time.
Thank you for joining us this week! Here’s a tip sheet on how you can practise self care for yourself and for your children. Self care can look different for different people, tell us what you do to practice self care in comments? ⠀ #Arpan#MentalHealth#MentalHealthIsImportant
⚫️What is leukemia?
Leukemia is a cancer that starts in blood stem cells. Stem cells are basic cells that develop into different types of cells that have different jobs.
Blood stem cells develop into either lymphoid stem cells or myeloid stem cells.
As the stem cells of the blood develop, they become blast cells (blasts), which are immature blood cells. In leukemia, there is an overproduction of blast cells. These blast cells develop abnormally and don’t develop into mature blood cells. Over time, the blast cells crowd out normal blood cells so that they can’t do their jobs. When leukemia is diagnosed, these blast cells may be called leukemia cells.
⚫️Symptoms of Leukemia
Slow-growing types of leukemia, such as chronic myeloid leukemia, often have no symptoms. However, acute types of leukemia can cause signs and symptoms that include:
🔻Fever or chills
🔻Persistent fatigue and weakness
🔻Unexplained weight loss
🔻Easy bleeding or bruising
🔻Tiny red spots on the skin
🔻Excessive sweating, especially at night
🔻Bone pain or tenderness
⚫️These symptoms are often vague and can resemble the flu, so it’s important for patients to be aware of changes in their body and make an appointment to see their doctor if they have any concerns
There is no known way to prevent leukemia, but avoiding tobacco and exposure to pesticides and industrial chemicals might help.
The blood you donate gives someone another chance at life. One day that ‘someone’ may be a close relative, a friend, a loved one—or even you
⚫️Who need Blood Transfusion?
Many people who have surgery need blood transfusions because they lose blood during their operations
Some people who have serious by accidents
Some people need blood or parts of blood because of illnesses. You may need a blood transfusion if you have:
▪️A severe infection or liver disease that stops your body from properly making blood or some parts of blood.
▪️An illness that causes anaemia, such as kidney disease or cancer.
▪️A bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia or thrombocytopenia.
⚫️Who all are Eligible to Donate Blood?
Most people can give blood. You can give blood if you are:
▪️Weigh > 50kg.
▪️Aged between 18 and 66
▪️Men can give blood every three months and women can give blood every four months.
▪️There is no restriction on anyone that everybody should do blood donation. But it is our responsibility to donate blood and save many lives.
⚫️The doubt that everybody has is, what can I get it from blood donation? Are there any benefits?
▪️Keep up Healthy Heart & Liver
▪️Restoration of Blood Cells
▪️A chance to Save the Human Lives
▪️Increased Life Span with blood donation
9 year old clothes collation drive
Retract club of Vapi river side 3060
Give your clothes a second chance.
Donate your old but useful clothes.
We guarantee to deliver this underprivileged people.
0 5811 October, 2019
Good luck om Randy dan om putra juga palapuak @r.steve01 😑
We celebrated Daan Utsav at Arpan.⠀
A collection camp was organised for the flood affected people in Bihar from 9th Oct to 11th Oct . ⠀
We at Arpan, joined hands in this unique festival and felt the JOY of giving back! #Arpan#DaanUtsav#FridayThoughts
0 4311 October, 2019
Busy lives can often prevent us from paying attention to our own mental health needs as well as those of our children. It is important to take some time out for ourselves and practice self-care to rejuvenate our mental health.
Here are some ways you can practice self- care! #Arpan#MentalHealth#SelfLoveThursday
👩🎓International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated each year on October 11. On December 19, 2011, United Nations General Assembly declared October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.
👩🎓International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated with the objective to-
Highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face,
Promote girls' empowerment,
Help in fulfilment of their human rights.
👩🎓For the International Day of the Girl Child, 2019, the theme is: “GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable”. Today's generation of girls are preparing to enter a world of work that is being transformed by innovation and automation. Educated and skilled workers are in great demand, but roughly a quarter of young people, most of them female are currently neither employed or in education or training.
👩🎓1 billion young people including 600 million adolescent girls will enter the workforce in the next decade, but more than 90% of those living in developing countries will work in the informal sector, where low or no pay, abuse and exploitation are common.
👩🎓On International Day of the Girl Child, under the theme, GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable it’s time to think to expand existing learning opportunities, chart new pathways and calling on the global community to rethink how to prepare them for a successful transition into the world of work.
👩🎓Adolescent girls have the right to a safe, educated, and healthy life, not only during critical formative years, but also as they mature into women. If effectively supported during the adolescent years, girls have the potential to change the world; both as the empowered girls of today and as tomorrow’s workers, mothers, entrepreneurs, mentors, household heads, and political leaders. #blooddonation#donateblood#blooddonor#donatebloodsavelives#bloodtransfusion#like#praywithblood#love#instagood#photooftheday#repost#arpan#arpanbloodbank#life#love#bloodbank#bloodforlife#savelife#volunteer#follow#instalikes#food#healthy#dayofthegirl#girlchild#savegirlchild
A child’s mental health can get impacted if their safety is compromised. This World Mental Health Day, nurture your child's mental wellbeing by giving them support and attention and protecting them from Child Sexual Abuse. Nothing can replace your love and affection! ⠀ #Arpan#MentalHealth#MentalHealthDay
Eat these foods to maintain an optimum cardiovascular health
Cardiovascular diseases are becoming an increasing health concern these days due to various reasons like unhealthy eating habits, work and personal life related-stress, sedentary lifestyle and lack of exercises. Only exercising isn't sufficient to maintain a healthy heart. One needs to eat the right foods for if too! Here's a list of foods that are good for your heart:
🍏Green leafy vegetables
Green leafy vegetable like spinach,radish leaves, lettuce, etc. are healthy and are known to reduce the risk of heart diseases and cancer as well.These leafy vegetables can lower the risk of heart diseases by 11 per cent.
Oats are one the most healthiest options available for breakfast. Not only do they make you feel full and energetic, they are great for your heart too.
Whole grains whether its wheat, barley, millet, pulses and even beans for that matter are good for the heart because they provide natural fibre and vitamins.
Soy is essentially soyabean curd. They are also available in the form of soya chunks and soya mince easily in the market today.
Olive oil is one of the most healthiest oils available, whose consumption is actually good for the heart. Also, olive oil contains monounsaturated fats that are good for the heart and are packed with anti-oxidants.
Tomatoes is a good source of vitamins and acts as a blood purifier. Regular consumption of tomatoes is known to reduce the risk of heart diseases.
An apple a day, will surely keep the doctor away. Eat apples for breakfast with your cereal or eat them as a snack when you're hungry instead to pigging out on deep-fried chips.
Almonds when eaten in moderation is known to lower cholesterol levels in the body and heart diseases. They also contain vitamin B17, E and are a good source of monounsaturated fats.
Do you have a favourite song you haven’t heard in a while? Today is the day to revisit that song - tell us what songs you’re listening to today in comments! #Arpan#MentalHealth#MusicHeals
2 189 October, 2019
Anemia is a condition in which you lack enough healthy red blood cells to carry adequate oxygen to your body's tissues. Having anemia can resulting in dysfunction of various organs make you feel tired and weak.
Anaemia can be treated through dietary changes, To fuel the iron in the body, ascorbic acid acts as a carrier. Adding ascorbic acid or vitamin C rich fruits can help in regulating iron intake and eventually increasing the haemoglobin."
Apart from the normal foods, it is imperative to add fruits in your daily diet to increase the red blood cell count.
See your haemoglobin rise up as you add pomegranates in your daily diet. One glass of homemade pomegranate juice is any day better than processed juices.
Pomegranate makes for one of the best fruits for boosting your blood count
Banana is a surprisingly good choice to include in iron rich fruits. It stimulates the production of haemoglobin in the blood. Along with iron, it also makes for a good source of folic acid which is a B-complex vitamin that is required to make red blood cells.
Apples are a rich source of iron with various other health-friendly components that are required for stimulating haemoglobin count. Eat at least one apple along with its skin daily.
Iron cannot be fully absorbed by the body without the help of vitamin C and oranges are power packed with this vitamin. So load up on at least one orange every day in order to get the desired results.
Peaches too are rich sources of vitamin C and iron, where in vitamin C helps in absorbing iron and further prevent the duplication of faulty red blood cells. Peaches have been credited with inducing weight loss, improving the skin and boosting eye health too.
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While everybody needs space and time, nobody has to be alone in their journey of mental wellness and healing. We must reach out to the people in our lives and let them know that #WeListen ⠀ #Arpan#MentalHealth#QuoteOfTheDay
0 718 October, 2019
منتظر خبر های خوب باشید هفته آینده هفته ی خاصی برای همه ی دوستان هست.
Take 5 minutes to pause and follow this simple technique to relax yourself. You can also practise these with your child and build self care into their daily life. ⠀ #Arpan#MentalHealth#SelfCareTuesday
3 458 October, 2019
Dussehra, also called Vijayadashami, holiday marking the triumph of Rama, an avatar of Vishnu, over the 10-headed demon king Ravana, who abducted Rama’s wife, Sita. The festival’s name is derived from the Sanskrit words dasha (“ten”) and hara (“defeat”). Symbolizing the victory of good over evil, Dussehra is celebrated on the 10th day of the month of Ashvina (September–October), the seventh month of the Hindu calendar, with the appearance of the full moon, an event called the “bright fortnight” (shukla paksha). Dussehra coincides with the culmination of the nine-day Navratri festival.
Dussehra, predominantly a North Indian festival, is celebrated with great fervour and fanfare. It incorporates Ram Lila, a gala theatrical enactment of Rama’s life story. Effigies of Ravana—often along with those of Meghnada (Ravana’s son) and Kumbhkarana (Ravana’s brother)—are stuffed with firecrackers and set ablaze at night in open fields.
Participate in Mental Health Week by recognising that children and adults have their own ways of dealing with trauma - Taking a hot bath, Listening to music, Taking a walk, Painting, etc.⠀
As friends, parents or caregivers, we must all must appreciate their unique pace and support them by listening to them and being by their side!⠀ #Arpan#MentalHealth#MondayThoughts
Remembering Parveen Babi on her Birth Anniversary today❤
She was talented gorgous, and versatile actress of her time.. She is most remembered for her appearances in popular commercial films and playing mostly glamorous roles alongside top heroes of the 1970s and early 1980s.
Regarded as one of the most glamorous actresses in the history of Hindi Cinema, Parveen Babi was one of the highest paid actresses of her time. She was active in films between 1973-1990.
With a film career spanning nearly 20 years, Babi appeared in more than 50 Hindi films with a variety of genres. Parveen Babi made her debut in 1973 with the film Charitra and soon garnered reputation as a successful actress along with her contemporary Zeenat Aman. Parveen Babi was the first Indian to have appeared on the cover of Time magazine which was a rare feat in those days. She appeared with actor Amitabh Bachchan in a total of twelve films that had performed well at box office.
Lata ji has beautifully sung this song with her magical voice.. Suresh ji had wonderfully sung the last paragraph of the song.🌷 Parveen babi looks so sweet in a bridal outfit.. This movie was a box office hit .
Movie- Arpan (1983)
Song- Likhne wale ne likh dala
Singer- Lata Mangeshkar and Suresh Wadkar
Lyrics by- Anand Bakshi
Mysic by- Laxmikant Pyarelal
Artist- Parveen Babi and Jeetendra
. #parveenbabi#jeetendra#arpan #laxmikantpyarelal#anandbakshi#sureshwadkar#latamangeshkar
I taught her some fine arts lessons and clearly the pout lesson is her favourite. #Arpan Happy’s girl.
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I am in love with Anwar ji's voice, no wonder why he is kind of underrated, his voice was close to Rafi sahab but it had it's own charm❤ Will be posting some of his rare and beautiful songs as well in the future..😍
Parveen Babi looks so beautiful in a Yellow Saree, Reena Roy Jeetendra were hit pair at that time, Raj Babbar looks handsome as usual❤ This movie was a box office hit and is a must watch❤
Song Title: Mohabbat Ab Tijarat Ban Gayi Hai
Movie: Arpan (1983)
Lyrics: Anand Bakshi Music: Laxmikant-Pyarelal
. #anwar#laxmikantpyarelal #anandbakshi#parveenbabi#reenaroy#rahbabbar#arpan#mohabbatektijarat