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11 TH Annual Pancreatic Walk

The vision of ParamCARE foundation is to build the healthy communities for the healthy America, where each and every people, irrespective of their background, heritage, and socioeconomic status should live healthier, happier, active, longer lives with the enhanced cultural and social values for wellness of societies and the Nation. Mr. Vipul Amin- the philanthropic president of ParamCARE Foundation is always ready to involve and support, whole heartedly, in any of the noble activities related to disease prevention, holistic health & wellness and education for the upliftment of the community.
To enhance the health quality and disease prevention, in communities, we not only outreach the people through our educational & awareness seminars like holistic approach for healthy life style, workshops on cancer awareness and disease prevention, cancer screenings, healthy diet and nutrition, and yoga sessions, etc., but we also sponsor and support the health awareness and wellness events conducted by other organizations for the benefits of the society.
ParamCARE Foundation have strategic partnership or association with the Health Department and Department of Human Services, Middlesex County and various other counties’ Department of Health and Human Services, New Jersey.
ParamCARE Foundation sponsored and supported the cancer awareness and the fund raising event, the 11th Annual Pancreatic Cancer 5k Run for the Cure & Cancer Awareness Walk, organized by the Regional Chronic Disease Coalition, Middlesex County Office of Health Services, Department of Public Safety and Health, New Jersey, on Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Roosevelt Park, Edison, organized by the Office of Health Services, County of Middlesex, New Jersey.
ParamCare Foundation had been gracious enough to have a table to showcase the events, services related to programs. Large number of people were participated in Cancer Awareness Walk Event. The team of Param Care Foundation, had explained about the supportive role of Ayurveda, Yoga & other alternative therapies for the treatment of Cancer & Chronic Diseases
At the end of an event Mr. Ronald G Rios Free Holder Director and Mr. Lester Jones, Director-Middlesex County Health Officer, thanked Mr. Vipul Amin- President, ParamCARE Foundation for the continuously supporting for more than 10 years all the outreach activities of the Middlesex County.

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Yoga a Holistic Approach for Health and Wellness

Since the establishments, mission of the ParamCARE Foundation is to work for communities for the wellbeing of the people, physically, mentally and socially.
The President Mr. Vipul Amin always stresses on the health quality of the senior citizens He says that healthier, happier, active and longer life of the senior people can be ensured by providing healthy environments, healthy life styles and holistic health care.
It’s now proved that the Yoga embodies the unity of harmony between man and nature mind and body that is thought and action, restraint and fulfillment, a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and nature.
We have observed that the strong social support is one of the keys to happiness and good health for seniors. Keeping in mind the problems of senior citizens, related to their Physical, Mental, Social & Spiritual health, and to improve social relationships among the people, ParamCARE Foundation Conducted Wellness Outreach educational and awareness program – Yoga a Holistic Approach for Health and Wellness, at Merril Park, Iselin NJ., on Friday, June 14, 2019.
Along with Mrs. Bhruna Amin- Director of Param Care Foundation, along with the diligent team of ParamCARE Foundation & more than 100 seniors participated in the program. Seniors thanked Param Care Foundation for providing valuable information about adopting yoga as a part of regular and routine holistic life style for the health.

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Woodbridge Township Anniversary Celebration & Healthcare Education Awareness Program

Woodbridge Township Anniversary Celebration & Healthcare Education Awareness Program
Since the establishment, ParamCARE Foundation is working for the people of communities for the health, education, and wellbeing of the people, physically, mentally and socially. The team at ParamCARE Foundation believes in total Devotion, Dedication and Diligence. We promote strategies and activities, to promote and raise healthy behavior among the population through the employment oriented healthcare & technical education and social learning, so that people can come closer to build a healthier the community and country.
To spread awareness of the importance of holistic health, wellness and employment oriented healthcare education for the upliftment of the family and community, ParamCARE Foundation participated in the Woodbridge Township 350th sesquicentennial Anniversary Celebration and Festival program organized on June 01, 2019 at Merrill Park, Iselin, NJ, on June 01, 2019.
A large number of people participated in the event and knew about the useful activities and services provided by the ParamCARE Foundation and the Param Group of Companies.
Mr. Vipul Amin-the President of ParamCARE Foundation, participated and wished the people for good health and education. He also, explained to the people, about the contributions and activities and services such as holistic healthcare, Falls Preventive Exercise Program, CDSMP, Cancer Awareness & Screening Program, Day Care Services, etc. available for all senior citizens.

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Awareness & Self-Management Of Chronic Disease Program

ParamCARE Foundation strongly believes that total health of every citizen is the true reflection of the community, state, and the country. The growth of any Nation depends upon the productivity which is directly related to the health quality of the citizen. The health of the people can be ensured by providing the equal opportunity to live in healthy environments, healthy lifestyles, and the best quality health care.
The team of ParamCARE Foundation outreach strategies and activities to raise awareness on health maintenance and disease prevention, in a culturally sensitive manner. Healthy behavior among the population, through social learning, and thereby get closer to build a healthier community and country.
ParamCARE Foundation successfully conducted Awareness & Self-Management of Chronic Disease Program at ParamCARE Foundation, Iselin, NJ 08830 on May 18, 2019. The program was mainly focused on living lifestyle for healthy living, and self-management techniques for IBD and other chronic disease, action planning, relaxation, mind distraction, physical exercise, breathing techniques, healthy eating and weight management, etc.

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Fall Preventive Exercise & Wellness Program

Mission of the ParamCARE Foundation (IRS 501 (c) (3) certified non-profit organization), is to work for an America in which all the citizens, irrespective of their background, heritage, socioeconomic status, current state of disease or wellbeing must live healthier, happier, active and longer lives, with the enhanced cultural and social values for wellness and growth of society and the Nation.
ParamCARE Foundation believes that total health of citizen is the true reflection of the wealth of community, state, and the country. The health of the people can be ensured by removing health disparities and providing the equal opportunity to live in healthy environments, healthy lifestyles, and the quality health care.
To enhance wellness and fall prevention in older adults and adult with the disability, we organized “Fall Preventive Exercise & Wellness Program today Dt. 03/05/2019 as a part of our Health & Wellness Series – Seminar & Workshop series, at 60 E Hanover Ave. Morris Plains, NJ. Number of senior participated in this event and also enrolled for follow-up workshop session.

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Chronic Disease Awareness & Self-Management Program

ParamCARE Foundation is IRS 501 (c) (3) certified non-profit organization. Its mission is to build healthier communities, where all the citizens, irrespective of their background, heritage, and socioeconomic status, must live healthier, happier, active and longer lives, with the enhanced cultural and social values for wellness and growth of society and the Nation.
ParamCARE Foundation believes that total health of citizen is the true reflection of the wealth of community, state, and the country. The health of the people can be ensured by removing health disparities and providing the equal opportunity to live in healthy environments, healthy lifestyles, and the quality health care.
To enhance total health and holistic wellness, we organized Prevention, Promotion, and Protection of Public Health Seminar series, Fall Preventive Exercise Program and Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.
We conducted chronic disease awareness and self-management program on Dt. 04/26/2019. Number of people participated in the program and enrolled for upcoming workshop sessions for self-management of Irritable Bowel Disease, Diabetes, and Fall Prevention Exercise Program for older adults and adult with the disability, holistic healthy lifestyle and disease prevention.

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Immunization

According to WHO, Immunization is the process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by the administration of a vaccine, which stimulates the body ’s own immune system, to protect the person against subsequent infection or disease.

WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF VACCINES?

Types of Vaccines are typically based on fundamental information about the microbe, such as how it infects cells and how the immune system responds to it, as well as practical considerations, such as regions of the world where the vaccine would be used.

The following are some of the types of vaccines:

  • Live, attenuated vaccines
  • Inactivated vaccines
  • Subunit vaccines
  • Toxoid vaccines
  • Conjugate vaccines
  • DNA vaccines
  • Recombinant vector vaccines

HOW VACCINES PREVENT DISEASES?

Vaccines reduce the risk of infection by working with the body’s natural defenses to help it safely develop immunity to disease. When germs (bacteria or viruses), invade the body, they attack and multiply. This invasion is called an infection which causes disease. The antibodies from immune system fight and kills the germs to protect the body from disease.

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Morris Plains Wellness Day

The mission of the ParamCARE foundation is to work for the ‘Healthy America’ in which all the people, irrespective of their background, heritage, socioeconomic status, the current state of disease or wellbeing should live healthier, happier, active, longer lives with enhanced cultural and social values for the wellness of societies.
To enhance the health quality and disease prevention in communities, we outreach and support the people, through our awareness seminars and workshops for the health, healthy lifestyle, and holistic approach for the disease prevention and fall prevention in seniors.

On invitation by the Office of Health Management, Morris County of New Jersey, ParamCARE Foundation had participated in ‘Morris County Wellness Day’ event exhibition at Morris Plains Community Center on October 13, 2018.

ParamCARE Foundation participated as an exhibitor and acknowledge the people, about the various activities, contribution, and services available, through the PARAM, for the health awareness, holistic lifestyle and physical, mental and social problems of the seniors and Adult Day Care Service, etc. A large number of people visited the booth and learned about the various programs.

Kathy Basile, RN, MS, MSN, ONC, Public Health Nurse, Morris County Office of Health Management, Morristown, NJ 07963-0900, thanked the ParamCARE Foundation for regularly participating in an event and make it successful with the valuable contribution for the society.

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running for health

Running for Health

The term running can refer to any of a variety of speeds ranging from jogging to sprinting. It is assumed that the ancestors of humankind developed the ability to run for long distances about 2.6 million years ago, probably in order to hunt animals.

Running is in contrast to walking, where one foot is always in contact with the ground, the legs are kept mostly straight and the center of gravity vaults over the stance leg or legs in an inverted pendulum fashion, while running is a type of gait characterized by an aerial phase in which all feet are above the ground, with some exceptions. A characteristic feature of a running body from the viewpoint of spring-mass mechanics is that changes in kinetic and potential energy within a stride occur simultaneously, with energy storage accomplished by springy tendons and passive muscle elasticity.

Scientific research has proved that regular running for about 150 minutes per week can help to prevent obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, some cancers, and improves the quality of emotional and mental well-being.

Be Ready: In the beginning start running slowly, if haven’t done regular exercise in a while, or you have diabetes or heart disease, talk with a doctor before starting to run.

Check Fitness Level: Test fitness level, including blood pressure and pulse rate.

Set a Goal: Decide the right goal which can motivate for running. Measure distance, weight, blood pressure.

Plan It Out: Whatever is the goal, a good plan will help to achieve the goal safely. The plan should include where to start, how quickly to add mileage, when to rest, and how to keep from getting hurt and it should do this on a day-by-day basis.

Start Easy: Start by walking and begin to run gradually, as you feel comfortable. A good goal is to get at least 150 minutes a week of “moderate aerobic activity,” like walking, or 75 minutes of “vigorous aerobic activity,” like running. Spread those minutes out over the course of a week.

Warm Up: Warm-up eases running and may help to prevent injury and keep muscles from being sore. If going for a fast walk, walk slowly for 5 to 10 minutes first and if going for a run, start with a brisk walk or slow jog.

Check Body Condition: If dizzy, feel sick, or can’t catch a breath, stop running probably because of overdoing it, then take a couple of days off to get strength back.

Cool Down: This lets your heart rate and blood pressure ease back into their normal ranges after your run. You do it the same way you warmed up: Slow down and go for another 5 to 10 minutes.

Stretch: Stretch major muscles after running and not before, breathe properly. A running guide or exercise professional can help with the right moves.

Res: Rest provide a chance to recover and get body stronger.

Make It a Habit: After few weeks of regular running habits, after a few weeks become a hard habit to break.
Make It Social: A little friendly competition with people at site can help to stick to regular routine.

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