Shibabrata Pattanayak

Shibabrata Pattanayak
Government of West Bengal · A.R.D. Department

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Development of a healthcare system by prevention of self induced diseases, modification of lifestyle and use of herb based succulent bio-medicines and chemical free food and healthcare products is my mission. Books:1. Healthcare system using succulent parts of plants Volume I: For infectious diseases.[ISBN: 978-93-5346-842-2]. 2.Volume 2: Steps for production and marketing of some selected healthcare products [ISBN: 978-93-5391-625-1]. 3.Use of succulent bio-medicines to control COVID-19 etc.
Additional affiliations
June 2011 - November 2016
West Bengal University of Health Sciences
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • 1.Identification of medicinal plants used for wound healing and related activities in West Bengal, India. 2.Validation of wound healing efficacy of six wound healing plants by testing the succulent extracts, watery and methanolic extracts.
May 2010 - April 2011
Institute of Animal Health & Veterinary Biologicals(R&T),Kolkata
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Lecturer of Diploma in Veterinary Pharmacy Cource of Govt. of West Bengal,India
August 1990 - August 1992
Indian Veterinary Research Institute
Position
  • M.V.Sc.Scholar.
Description
  • 1.Study of cytotoxic effect of Tumor Necrosis Factor on L 929 Cell line after their production by the cultured monocytes stimulated by different doses of Lipopolysaccharides (LPS).
Education
June 2018 - July 2018
Food and Agricultural Organisation of United Nations and European Commission
Field of study
  • Foot and Mouth Disease
June 2011 - November 2016
West Bengal University of Health Sciences
Field of study
  • Ethnopharmacology, Microbiology
January 1996 - December 1996
Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
Field of study
  • Rural Development

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Publications (93)
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A study was performed on the use of plants as digestive stimulator and digestive tonic in three southern districts of West Bengal, India with different agro-climatic conditions viz. Paschim Medinipur, Purba Medinipur and Murshidabad. A total of twenty two plants and combinational use of another two new plants are identified and practiced methods of...
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Background: Diabetes is an important disease without any available medicine to cure it. Lifestyle is having some strong roles in the initiation and progression of the disease. Plant resources are so far studied to get effective medicines for that disease only in their dry state, either directly or on the diluents-extracted sections to identify the...
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Man eats fruits at their succulent stage. Like other close species, they were also accustomed to the intake of raw herbs at their succulent state as some medicines in the ancient days. But perhaps due to the problems of seasonal availability, spoilage during storage and area-specific availability of different raw medicinal herbs, the use of dry par...
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Plants have been used as medicines or sources of medicines from a very ancient stage of human civilization. In the ancient days, the collected plant parts were used directly or in dried and preserved conditions. Afterward, the dried parts of the medicinal plants were used as medicine as single or poly-herbal mixtures with or without vehicle as used...
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Background: Modulation of non-specific immunity and other related activities of succulent parts of effective medicinal plants can prevent viral infections like COVID-19 through their dietary intake. Objective: The succulent parts of the medicinal plants with immunomodulation, anti-oxidation, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, etc . power can be used o...
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Human civilization progressed at a very rapid speed during the last few centuries and it is now running with far more momentum. Modern-day people are accustomed to many practices which can lead to many serious health and fertility hazards of a large section of them. All the resources of nature are depleting at a great speed and the activities of th...
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Modulation of immunity power of the body is a very strong weapon to combat diseases. Presently, vaccination is considered the only weapon in this field. Vaccination means the introduction of some foreign antigens (generally of infective organisms) inside the body of a human or animal to stimulate the immune system of the body to develop protective...
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Effect of diet in prevention of COVID -19 and also during the disease stage is discussed with special emphasis on preventive effects of unsaturated fatty acids, proteins and minerals in the foods like fish, potent vegetable oils, nuts, fruits, milk etc. are discussed in the article.
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Use of succulent bio-medicines and other succulent bio-healthcare products can bring a dramatic change in initiation, progression as well as expression of symptoms of various diseases among individuals. Succulent parts of some effective medicinal plants in the form of paste or pressure extract can be covered by some digestible capsular materials of...
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Subject: Production and transportation of preservative free Herbal food products and Herbal medicines to the global consumers – a new technique developed. Respected Sir/ Madam, The chemicals added with food, food products and the chemical based Modern Medicines are ultimately acting as the main cause of many serious diseases like Cancers, Type II...
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Succulent parts of different plants may be used in many purposes for their versatile efficacy. The fruit, leaf, root, stem, flower etc. parts may be used as oral medicines, in skin and hair protection as well as other cosmetic purposes, and definitely as some unaltered, chemical free fruit juices, fruit pulps or fruit ice-creams. The people, main...
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Trans-fats are mainly created by us during conversion of liquid unsaturated fats (oils) to semisolid saturated fats to use them in the processed and fried foods. High temperature boiling and repeated boiling of oils are another two reasons for creation of these toxic fats. Trans-fats have very strong relation with development of various cardiovascu...
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It is a supplementary page of the book: Snakes of Bengal (Bengali). It contains description of one more snake found in that area.
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Modification of lifestyle at the directed way and use of herb-based medicines may be the two branches of prevention of diseases. Identification of active principle/s from solvent extracted parts of medicinal plants is the contemporary way followed for development of drugs for use them in modern medicine. Chemical synthesis of active principles in t...
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Plastics are used and thrown casually by many people regularly, but these are causing serious detrimental effects on our health and also on the environment. The thrown plastics create blockage of drainage system, covers the river and sea bottom. These exert toxicity on the life of all land and marine animals and birds. The urban as well as rural pe...
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Impact of electromagnetic radiation of mobile phone and it’s tower on the living entities of the globe is discussed in the article with an aim to search possible ways to solve or reduce the problems caused by them.
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Background: The presently practiced procedure of development of new antimicrobial substances to control infection of the pathogenic microbes is now at a point of challenge and threat for losing relevancy in near future. Objective: Exploration of Herbal source for searching alternative to the antibacterial substances. Method: Through thorough litera...
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Stage 1: A project for establishment of some novel type of HERB BASED EXPORT ORIENTED AGRO - MEDICINE INDUSTRIES is outlined in the Power Point. The research is under the following running project : Development a modified healthcare system basing on prevention of self induced diseases, lifestyle modification and by use of new type of herb based n...
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Background: The presently practiced procedure of development of new antimicrobial substances to control infection of the pathogenic microbes is now at a point of challenge and threat for losing relevancy in near future. Objective: Exploration of Herbal source for searching alternative to the antibacterial substances. Method: Through thorough litera...
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Processed foods contain high calorie food particles at different forms added with different additives. United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommend safe use of different chemicals as food additives in processed foods. But many researcher raised questions about their safety. Fifty commonly used food additives are identified for having...
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In Murshidabad district of West Bengal state, India, the traditionally animal rearing people feed parts of Kechila ghas as an antipyretic medicine to their herbivorous animals. The plant is identified as Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn. of the family Poaceae. After collection from the soil, the plants are washed and the whole root along with 1-2 centim...
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Emergence of resistance against antibiotics is perhaps leading towards a stage of total ineffectiveness of these medicines as some very effective tools to protect lives from infection of pathogenic micro organisms. The research communities are trying in various ways to find out means and tools to overcome such situation. The researches may be categ...
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Liver is considered as the main internal organ related with various aspects of digestion and restoration of sound health by many tribal and non tribal rural people of West Bengal, India. Information related with use of various plant parts for protection and stimulation of liver were collected from three southern districts of West Bengal, India with...
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FORMATION OF HERB-BASED EXPORT ORIENTED AGRO-MEDICINE INDUSTRY USING THE JUICE AND PIECES OF MEDICINAL PLANT PARTS, Oral presentation PP slides.
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A new type of export oriented labour involving industry on herbal medicine is proposed in the Power point.
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Power Point contains the slides showed during oral presentation at World Ayurveda Congress, 2016 at Kolkata, West Bengal, India [Please go the side box of 'Presentation"' to get '"File available"' and click it to download the Power Point Presentation].
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All about the snakes present in Bengal region of India.
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The villagers of rural India prepare home made food with the stagnant water of pond or well. That type of water supposed to contain various toxic chemicals used in agricultural operation and household purposes. Effect of such practice on human health warrants further study.
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The history of use of plants for medicinal purposes is very old. In the ancient civilizations, the crude plant parts were mostly used in such purposes. In the ongoing research, solvent extracted parts of the plants are validated for their reported efficacy with an intention to identify the active principles for production of those at a large scale...
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Information related with Ethno-Gynecological uses of locally available plants in the rural part of West Bengal were collected from the medicine men and documented. Three southern districts of West Bengal, India with different Agro-climatic conditions, viz. Paschim Medinipur, Purba Medinipur, and Murshidabad were selected for that purpose. Informati...
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The incoming water crisis of India may have some very drastic effects on different aspects in future. Many people residing outside India are very much conscious about that problem. Some of their analysis with the intention to find out reasons, possible outcome and ways to combat the situation are discussed.
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The present work was undertaken to study the comparative phytochemical profiles and hypoglycemic effects of Bauhinia purpurea Linn. Barks (BPBE) and leaves ethanolic extracts (BPLE) in albino wistar rats to validate their ethno medical use in hyperglycemia as well as to explore the better option. Phytochemicals in ethanolic extracts were analyzed b...
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Chronic flatulence and constipation are two very important problems related with digestive system. Information related with use of various plant parts for correction of these problems were collected from three southern districts of West Bengal, India with different agro-climatic conditions viz. Paschim Medinipur, Purba Medinipur, and Murshidabad. A...
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Enteritis and dysentery are common health problems among the rural people of West Bengal, India. Information related with use of various plant parts for correction of these problems were collected from three southern districts of West Bengal, India with different agro-climatic conditions viz. Paschim Medinipur, Purba Medinipur, and Murshidabad. A t...
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A total of 108 blood serum samples of bovine were collected from different regions of South Andaman to Regional Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (RDDL, ER, Kolkata) for sero-prevalence study of bovine leptospirosis. All the sera samples were tested by Microscopic Agglutination Test (MAT) against eight serovars of Leptospira spp. Out of 108 serum sampl...
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Ethnomedicinal report of haemostatic activity of six medicinal plants was validated by a study of the effect of succulent leaf extract of plant parts on the punch wound of rabbit for the first time. It was found that the succulent leave extracts of Artemisia nilagirica (Clarke), Barleria lupulina Lindl., Blumea lacera Dc., Croton bonplandianum Bail...
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Underground water is used indiscriminately for the purposes like agriculture, serving purposes of urban people, cold drink and mineral water manufacturing etc. As a matter of policy, the rural areas are supplied with underground water in India without considering the factors like actual requirement of water in a particular area, season of scarcity...
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Objective: A study for validation of reported wound healing property of fresh extract of succulent leaves of Mikania scandens (L.) Willd. was performed along with contemporary solvent extracts made from dry leaves of the plant, as the rural and ethnic people use the plant in this form. Methods: The reported wound healing activity of the plant was s...
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Berleria lupulina Lindl. was evaluated for its reported antimicrobial activity in a novel way. The extract of succulent leaves collected from living plant was studied along with conventional methanolic and watery extracts made from the dry leaves of the plant. The extracts were tested on three pathogenic bacteria and the antimicrobial activity was...
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Antimicrobial formulations of fresh extract (latex) of living Croton bonplandianum Baill plant in suitable concentrations for application as a biocide, disinfectant, antiseptic, hemostatic, and wound healing agent are described with detail research reports in the patent claim.
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Cumulative effect of regular consumption of low amount of a large number of synthetic chemicals may create ultimately an environment inside our body leading to gereration of several types of diseases. Moreover, either DNA molecule of some tissue may get irreversible genetic damage or mutations or some tissue may start to grow abnormally due to the...
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A study was conducted on the dogs with moderate to serious illness coming for treatment at the Dog Ward of West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences, West Bengal, India, to find out possible correlation between fasting blood sugar level with breed, sex and age of dogs. The study result implicated that the blood sugar level was not havin...
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Health of Beta Casomorphin- 7 of A 2 milk of cow is discussed in the article.
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A domestic red colored Bengal she-goat is reported to let down milk regularly from the age of four months for years in absence of any kind of medication. The goat never experienced estrum or pregnancy. The quantity of secreted milk is having a definite pattern. It secretes milk @ 1500ml/ day for about six months. Then the quantity of milk decreased...
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The possible augmenting and potentiating effects of xenobiotics enter in the human body mainly through food,water and habitual or automatic intake is discussed and analysed in the article.
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The study was designed to validate the contemporary method followed for study of anti-microbial effect of medicinal plants by methanolic extract of plant parts. Mikania scandens (L) Willd. is reported to have wound healing activity. Leaves of this plant was collected, washed thoroughly, dried under shade and extract of the leave powder was taken ou...
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Requirement of use of different temperature sensitive Vaccine Vial Monitors on the Vaccine vials of animals and birds is discussed in the article.
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Farm animals are reared for production to meet up the demand for animal protein in human. Various modern medicines are extensively used for production as well as treatment and prevention of diseases of animals, which can ultimately reach us through food chain. Herbs are now considered as an important source of alternative medicines. The Ayurvedic m...
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Farm animals are reared for production to meet up the demand for animal protein in human. Various modern medicines are extensively used for production as well as treatment and prevention of diseases of animals, which can ultimately reach us through food chain. Herbs are now considered as an important source of alternative medicines. The Ayurvedic m...
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The information of ethno-medicinal uses as haemostatic, antiseptic wound healer and anti-dermatitic properties containing plants in human and animals were collected from three districts of southern West Bengal, India, viz. Paschim Medinipur, Purba Medinipur, and Murshidabad which are situated in different agro-climatic conditions. Presently twenty...
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Blood sugar is considered as one of the predisposing cause of several types of diseases in human being. A study on blood glucose level of the ailing dogs coming for treatment in the Dog Ward and referred for various pathological testing of blood was performed with the assistance of Department of Biochemistry, West Bengal University of Animal& Fishe...
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Mastitis in lactating cattle is a common problem with considerable economic importance. But the report of mastitis in calves within four months of age isreported here.
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Development of Multi Druug Resistant bacteria is creating a very severe problem in anti-microbial chemotherapy. Many recently developed antibiotics are found incapable to control resistant organisms.The reasons of development of resistance gene in the bacterial plasmid and their quick spread among various related and unrelated bacteria are analysed...
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Development of Multi Druug Resistant bacteria is creating a very severe problem in anti-microbial chemotherapy. Many recently developed antibiotics are found incapable to control resistant organisms.The reasons of development of resistance gene in the bacterial plasmid and their quick spread among various related and unrelated bacteria are analysed...
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People of a very remote part of West Bengal, a state of India, traditionally cultivate a local isolate of Vicia faba from ancient days at their fallow lands. The plant is accustomed with the agro-climatic condition of that area and is resistant to pests and grazing of animals. The pulse produced by this plant is very cheap for its very low producti...
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Humpsore is a cutaneous form of stephanofilarosis which is having no low cost treatment for complete cure. Some herbal ointments, antibacterial agent- Povidone iodine, anti-nematodal drug- Levamisole are used in a trial in different combinations and compared with the topical application of formulated ointment which contains diethyl carbamazin citra...
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Seven very small sized plants, viz Hybanthus enneaspermus, Evolvulus alsinoides. Evolvulus nummularius, Vernonia cinerea,Heliotropium supinum, Demodium triflorum, Pilea microphylla collected from sandy soil of forest sorrounding area of Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal,India,have been identified for possible cultivation in gardens for orna...
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In the present paper two abnormal cases of prematurely developing mammary gland are reported.A kid started lactation from the age of twelve days and now it is giving 250-300 ml. of milk daily after attaining an age of four months.
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Seven very small sized plants, viz. Hybanthus enneaspermus (Linn.) F. Muell., Evolvulus alsinoides Linn., E. nummularius Linn., Vernonia cinerea Less., Heliotropium supinum Linn., Desmodium triflorum DC. and Pilea microphylla Liebm. collected from sandy soil have been identified for possible cultivation in gardens for ornamental purposes. Their sma...
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Production,use and toxicity of different types of plastics are discussed in the article with special reference to its effect on animal health.
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Croton bonplandianum, commonly known as Banatulasi, a member of the family Euphorbiaceae,was studied for its effect on controlling the spread of deadly plant Parthenium. It was found that this plant was having the power to inhibit the aggression of Parthenium through its antagonistic effects.
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The adulterants and added toxic chemicals in food and their effects on our health is discussed in the book. Effect of the superstitions and wrong concepts on our health and mins is also discussed. The book was written in Bengali language.
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Autohaemotherapy was used as a treatmsnt for sixteen calves suffering from Papillomatosis.Blood collected from the jugular vein was injected in the same animal subcutaneously and intramuscularly at seven days intervals. All the animals were cured within one month.
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Nine buffaloes were screened for the presence of cytotoxic factors in their sera using tumor necrosis factor susceptible - L 929 cell line. Health status of the animals and the sensitivity to tuberculin were also recorded. Two animals were found positive for the presence of cytotoxicity, of these, one was reactive to the tuberculin skin testing and...
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Tumor necrotic factor (TNF) plays many important roles in the body such as a tumoricidal or tumorostatic agent, mediators of cachexi, septic shock in chronic inflammatory diseases, stimulation of neutrophil activity and antimicrobial actions. The present study deals with the production kinetics of TNF from buffalo peripheral blood monocyte culture....

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Cancers are a group of diseases having some common characteristics like abnormal growth of some cells.
Cut-burn-poison is the present therapy to increase the life span of cancer patients, at least in maximum cases.
Are they at all curable, particularly by medicines?
Or, cancers are preventable diseases only?
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In some parts of West Bengal, India, many rural people think that regular exposure to sunlight and regular intake of locally grown fruits and vegetables protect them from any serious illness due to COVID 19. Interestingly, no death in such areas are reported with infection of COVID 19. My vilage home is one such example.
Do you agree with this notion?
If it is so, what may be the possible explanation?
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All the successes of your life is achieved by you as a result of your efforts only, but all the failures of life are just due to some other person/s.
Do you agree?
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How the dangerous disease "Spinal Muscular Atrophy" can be prevented?
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What is actually a ghost or a demon or alike things? Do they exist? Why many people trust in their existence?
Are they some living entities of outside earth? Are they created in our dream from the fear for dark or death?
What is your idea about these things?

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“The United Nations (U.N.) announced that drought is at risk of becoming ‘the next pandemic’ if urgent action isn’t taken to tackle climate change through water and land management,” The Hill reported. “About 1.5 billion people have suffered from the effects of droughts this century, with the land devastation, food insecurity and other subsequent factors leading to economic costs of an estimated $124 billion.” “About 130 countries could face a greater risk of drought this century under a high-emissions scenario cited by the U.N.,” Reuters reported. “Another 23 countries will confront water shortages because of population growth, with 38 nations affected by both, it said. Drought — like a virus — tends to last a long time, have a wide geographic reach and cause knock-on damage.” This project aims to: - Contribute to achieving the sixth goal of sustainable development (ensure access to water and sanitation). - Contribute to achieving international water security. - Raising the awareness of decision-makers and the international civil society, Actors in the social and economic environment, about the risks of drought, through prospective studies. - Sensitizing decision-makers and the international civil society about ways to conserve blue gold. - Contribute to finding possible and alternative solutions to face drought. - How to cope with the next epidemic (drought).