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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, 2 months ago

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Singaporean PM lays stress on preschool education, diabetes

Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day message on Tuesday said that he believes three areas -- improving preschool education, preventing diabetes and making Singapore a smart nation -- will benefit the country in the long run.Lee said ...
 Prokerala1 week ago

One in 10 Bengalureans diabetic: study

One in 10 people in Bengaluru is diabetic, according to a study cited in a reputed international medical journal. The corresponding number for Karnataka is one in 12. The findings were published in Lancet, the largest peer-reviewed general medicine journal ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

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.com2 months ago

Air pollution ups stress hormones, alters metabolism

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Breathing dirty air causes stress hormones to spike, new research suggests, which could help explain why long-term exposure to pollution is associated with heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and a shorter life span.
 Reuters5 days ago

Not having sex? The problem is curable

Yet only a few people discuss their sexual problems with their doctors. People who have more sex report higher self-esteem, life satisfaction and quality of life. In contrast, lower frequency of sex and avoiding sex are linked to psychological distress, anxiety, depression and relationship problems, reports CNN. Sex is, in fact, one of the most basic physiological needs. Yet millions of people spend at least some of their adulthood not having sex. Researcher, Alfred Kinsey found that up to 19 ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

A dummy's guide to student travel insurance

Here are all the things you need to know so that you worry about nothing but your grades, says Mahavir Chopra. Read on! Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Done with all the necessary preparations to go abroad for higher education at your dream university? Hope you are not overlooking to buy your overseas student travel insurance. A student travel insurance policy guards you from the unwanted stress arising from an unexpected situation that may affect your studies. Being from the insurance ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Who’s avoiding sex, and why

Sex has a strong influence on many aspects of well-being: it is one of our most basic physiological needs. Sex feeds our identity and is a core element of our social life. But millions of people spend at least some of their adulthood not having sex. This ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

9/11 survivors at higher risk of heart, lung disease: study

Survivors of the 9/11 terror attack on the World Trade Center who were exposed to the dust cloud or sustained physical injuries may be at an increased long-term risk of asthma, heart attack and other respiratory diseases, a study has found. Researchers at the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Lupin sets off down Indian pharma's long road to redemption

By Zeba Siddiqui GOA, India (Reuters) - In 28 years in India's pharmaceuticals sector, Rajiv Desai has never been busier. Most of the last six months on his desk calendar is marked green, indicating visits to the 12 plants of Lupin, India's No. 2 drugmaker, ...
 Sify1 month ago
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