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शुक्रवार, 5 फ़रवरी 2016

CDC tells millions of women to stop drinking, just in case they get pregnant

CDC tells millions of women to stop drinking, just in case they get pregnant
 - It is critical for healthcare providers to assess a woman's drinking habits during routine medical visits; advise her not to drink at all if she is pregnant, ...

Females-only cardiac rehab helps reduce anxiety, depression

Females-only cardiac rehab helps reduce anxiety, depression
 - The researchers compared health behaviours and psychosocial outcomes of women randomly allocated to women's-only cardiac rehabilitation ...

Rare cancer afflicts Pune HIV+ woman

Rare cancer afflicts Pune HIV+ woman
 - in certain cancers which are not commonly seen among people living with HIV AIDS in India. ... "This cancer is very rare in HIV positive patients.

Meet the 'Benjamin Button' children from India

Meet the 'Benjamin Button' children from India
 - A pair of young siblings in India are suffering from physical pain and ... results in loose, inelastic skin in patients, said the National Institutes of Health.

How gender roles affect health outcomes after heart attack

How gender roles affect health outcomes after heart attack
 - Irrespective of your biological sex, performing traditional gender roles ascribed to women such as managing the household or taking care of children ...

Hypocrisy and silence in times of galloping rise in cancers

Hypocrisy and silence in times of galloping rise in cancers
 - One, because according to our own health ministry's admission, only 40% of India's 300 cancer hospitals are adequately equipped. A minimum of 600 ...

Shot in the arm for gays

Shot in the arm for gays
 - Today, in a shot in the arm for India's LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community, the Supreme Court opened the doors for a fresh ...

India has just 2000 oncologists for 10 million patients

India has just 2000 oncologists for 10 million patients
 - India has just 2,000 oncologists for 10 million patients ... cost of treatment, cancer is fast becoming a major health menace for India with the healthcare ...

Reasons why your body deserves a stretch during exercise

Reasons why your body deserves a stretch during exercise
 - Not enough can be said about the importance of a good stretch before, and after exercise. Usually, this is one element of a workout that gets ignored, ...

What influences our food choices

What influences our food choices
 - The word 'healthy' seems to turn people off, particularly when it appears on foods that are obviously healthy. The subtle health message, such as the ...

One in 200 deaths in India are due to sugar sweetened beverages

One in 200 deaths in India are due to sugar sweetened beverages
 - Heart disease and diabetes have reached epidemic levels in India, ... times among women, according to the latest National Family Health Survey. ... A 20 percent tax on sugar-sweetened beverages would cut India's excess weight ...

Are India's quacks the answer to its shortage of doctors?

Are India's quacks the answer to its shortage of doctors?
 - According to regional surveys, 70% of healthcare providers in rural India have no formal medical training. “Suppose one qualified doctor has a private ...

Top five health benefits of guava!

Top five health benefits of guava!
 - Guava is a fruit which is loved by all because of its unique flavour, fragranace and also good for health. The fruit contains rich amount of ...

India fights new cases, eradication far from sight

India fights new cases, eradication far from sight
 - With over one lakh new annual infections being reported for the last three years, leprosy continues to challenge India's public health system making ...

Russia fines activist for giving advice to LGBT teens on social media

Russia fines activist for giving advice to LGBT teens on social media
 - An LGBT rights activist in Russia has been fined for giving advice to gay teens on social media. Sergei Alekseenko, director of support group ...

Difference of opinion

Difference of opinion
 - I don't think Mark is right in his view that the views of delegates to the Bishops' Conference on LGBT issues is impacting church attendance in England ...