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High-risk pregnancies on the rise, says Perinatal expert

High-risk pregnancies are on the rise in Kerala due to various reasons including obesity, diabetics and stress, noted perinatologist Vidyalekshmy said here today. DNA, 1 month ago

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Stressed? Try these yoga poses

Set aside a few minutes from your busy schedule and try these postures. Our body systems and physiological processes get activated when there is an acute physical emergency. The stress response, involves a coordinated, but complex system of physiological responses that are called upon as needed. Such responses are beneficial at times because they provide us the immunity and prepare us to deal with potentially dangerous or threatening situations and we call this as an essential stress or ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Bangalore Health Festival turns out a one-stop shop for medical needs

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has stressed the need for strengthening the government's involvement in community health programmes and healthcare access for all. He was speaking at the Bangalore Health Festival that kicked off on Thursday. A dance skit ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Sleepless nights? Try this!

Stress, aches, pains are some of the reasons for sleeplessness today.Fret not! says Nikita Puri. Photograph: Kind courtesy DieterRobbins/ In the Indian context, studies on sleep and sleep deprivation are few and far between. When market research agency Nielsen conducted one in 2010, it found that 93 per cent of urban Indians in the age group of 35 to 65 were sleep deprived. While a majority of participants in the study felt their work suffered from a lack of sleep, some even said ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Trouble in conceiving? Smoking can be a reason

The rate of infertility in India has increased over the last few years with reports of more and more couples seeking medical solutions for it.According to a 2013 World Bank estimate, the drop in fertility began a decade ago in India, with a steady 17 percent ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Improve conditions of police stations, says GHRC

In a major embarrassment to the government, an inspection of two police stations conducted by officials of the Goa Human Rights Commission (GHRC) has concluded that the working and living conditions of cops at both the police stations was below standard and ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Ayurvedic treatment for railway employees on cards

The railway ministry will be introducing ayurvedic treatment in 125 hospitals and 586 health units operated by it. The ministry has set up a committee to make recommendations for the same. The committee will suggest a plan for introducing and promoting Ayush ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Poor kids hit puberty sooner and risk a lifetime of health problems

Shape-shifting bodies. Cracking voices. Hairs sprouting in new places. Puberty marks a dramatic period of change for young people. Now new research shows children who grow up in poor homes enter puberty early. Not only do they experience more emotional, ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Hypertension can be fatal if ignored!

Hypertension has always been perceived as one of those conditions, which becomes threatening/ fatal, when a person is ageing and is approaching his/her late 40s.The lifestyle changes in urban cities, observed over past few years, like sedentary work profiles, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

World Hypertension Day: Know your Blood Pressure!

World Hypertension Day, observed on the 17th of May every year, calls out for increasing awareness about this silent killer and help people realise that hypertension or high blood pressure is a preventable and controllable condition.The theme for the year ...
 Business Standard1 month ago World Health Day: It’s time to shed the stigma associated with depression  catchnews.com2 months ago
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