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Nothing good about early menopause, young Indian women ...

Nothing good about early menopause, young Indian women ...

Menopause in your 20s? It's very likely, if you are an Indian woman. That is the bad news. The good news is that a premature menopause feels justlike natural menopause, from the symptoms to the mood swings. Except, of course, that it now comes at ..., 4 weeks ago

Drink plenty of fluids to keep UTI at bay

UTI is an infection in any part of the urinary system kidneys, ureter, bladder and urethra. Most infections involve the lower urinary tract the bladder and the urethra and can be painful and annoying, but are less severe, says G.K. Venkatesh, former director ...
 The Hindu2 months ago Drink cranberry juice daily to ward off urinary infection  Prokerala1 month ago Women should drink cranberry juice daily to reduce urinary tract infection, says study  DNA1 month ago

Catheters Global Market - Forecast To 2022

/PRNewswire/ -- Catheter is a tubular medical device introduced into different body canals, vessels, passage ways and cavities for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. These catheters are made of different types of polymers and inert materials, and ...
 International Business Times2 weeks ago

Fiber in fruits and breads tied to healthy aging

Home » Health » / no comments Eating lots of fiber-rich fruits and breads may be one way to live longer without developing chronic diseases, an Australian study suggests. Researchers followed about 1,600 adults aged 49 or ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

Three servings of wholegrains a day cuts risk of early death

Home » Health » / no comments Wednesday June 15 2016 Wholegrains may reduce damage at the cellular level Eating Weetabix for breakfast can slash your risk of dying early from any cause, the Daily Mirror reports. A new study ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

CHD rates decrease significantly in the U.S.

Home » Health » / no comments Significant improvements seen across multiple sociodemographic groups, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine Coronary heart disease (CHD) is one of the leading causes of ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

Tricks and tricorders: the automation of primary care

The Tricorder X-Prize is an international innovation challenge promising $US10 million to a team that can crack the elegantly elusive problem of the 'tricorder', the legendary handheld health analyser originally featured in Star Trek that has the ...
 Pulse+IT1 month ago

Most pregnant women overestimate the risk of taking medicines and could be doing more harm than good

Home » tips » / no comments Researchers asked 1,200 women about medications taken while pregnant Found many wrongly believed drugs like paracetamol were unsafe Said failure to treat conditions could risk harm to both mother and baby ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

Dear moms, are you taking care of your health?

Blood loss from menstruation can cause anaemia. Over-exercising increases the risk of osteoporosis. Presenting seven health issues that are severely affecting mothers. Photograph*: Cara/Creative Commons Being a woman is no mean feat. We are independent and strong. We juggle our personal and professional lives with ease, whilst constantly fighting for equal rights and stature in the society. However, in this juggle and fight to the top, we are often bogged down by the most unexpected of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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