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5 habits to give up for a healthy life

5 habits to give up for a healthy life

Women who practiced all five habits gained over 10 years of disease-free life, and men who did so gained almost eight years. Image published for representational purposes only. Photograph: DoritosGrabBag How good would it be if you were able to add some healthy and disease-free years to your lifespan? According to a recent study, there are five risk factors to eliminate which can increase the chance of living a longer life free of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer. These ..., 1 week ago

Pregnant Women Often Miss Out On Adequate Nutrition: Study

The study published in the journal 'Maternal & Child Nutrition', said that many womendo not take care of their diet during their pregnancy, which may prove detrimental later. Edited by Sushmita Sengupta (with inputs from ANI) | Updated: December 04, 2019 ...
 NDTV1 month ago
Economic Times

Health Ministry questioned on delayed use of Oxytocin after childbirth

In an article published in the reputed British Medical Journal (BMJ), doctors and maternal health experts have questioned the “scientific rationale“ and “ethics” of an Indian health ministry announcement that calls on obstetric staff to delay giving ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Endometriosis drug reduces bleeding in women with fibroids

(Reuters Health) - The AbbVie drug elagolix, already used to treat the pain of endometriosis, can significantly reduce the chances of heavy menstrual bleeding caused by uterine fibroids, according to the results of two studies reported in The New England ...
 Reuters4 days ago

Birth Home: Where you can give birth naturally!

A birthing centre in Bengaluru is helping women make informed decisions about their pregnancy, right down to choosing how they have their baby.Sweta Daga reports. Photograph: The Birth Home, Midwifery Care and Natural Birth Centre/Facebook Over the last few years, the world has witnessed a more honest conversation around feminism, sex, consent and a woman's choice in matters related to her body. While the MeToo movement foregrounded the idea of consent in the United States, the birthplace of ...
 Rediff.com4 hours ago

Why tea drinkers live a longer, healthier life

According to a new study, habitual tea consumers had a 20 per cent lower risk of heart disease and stroke. Image published for representational purposes only. Photograph: Kind courtesy Narendra Modi/Twitter A study has revealed that drinking tea at least three times a week was connected with healthy years of life and longer life expectancy. The research was published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). Dr Xinyan Wang, who is ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Why young moms love to binge drink

As per a study, there is a startling rise in the number of women who binge drink after becoming parents. Image published for representational purposes only. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters Going against the notion that women become less inclined to drinking after becoming a parent, a new study which analysed the drinking patterns of men and women found that they continued to binge drinking. The study pointed out towards widespread increases in binge drinking but stated that heavy ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

All you need to know about China's deadly coronavirus

IMAGE: Medical staff carry a box as they walk at the Jinyintan hospital, where the patients with pneumonia caused by the new strain of coronavirus are being treated, in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. Photograph: Stringer/Reuters The coronavirus (CoV) is a large family of viruses that causes illnesses ranging from the common cold to acute respiratory syndromes, but the virus that has killed four people in China is a novel strain not seen before. Common symptoms of the novel coronavirus (nCoV) ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Sheena Bora Case: Is that Sheena's skull?

As Indrani, Sanjeev Khanna and Peter pass cupboard no 6 -- where the skull is stored -- what thoughts pass through their mind?Savera R Someshwar reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Hidden behind the brown wooden door that guards the entrance to the Mumbai civil and session court's Courtroom No 51 is a dark blue steel cupboard, labelled No 6. Crowning this cupboard are two steel trunks. Like its 19 odd brothers that line the east and west facing ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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