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शुक्रवार, 31 अक्टूबर 2014

Heart diseases affect rural, urban people alike

Heart diseases affect rural, urban people alike
 - Our study shows once a patient leaves a hospital, their overall health outcomes are similar regardless of where they live," said lead author of the ...

Foods that are great for your hair

Foods that are great for your hair
 - What you eat not just benefits your health and skin, but also plays a big part in the quality of your hair. A nutritional deficiency can wreak havoc on your ...

Late motherhood ups the risk of Down's Syndrome

Late motherhood ups the risk of Down's Syndrome
 - Conducted by pathology specialist Metropolis Healthcare Ltd, close to 40,000 ... In India, every year, more than 23,000 babies are born with Down's ...

Lecture on malnutrition in India next week

Lecture on malnutrition in India next week
 - Dundee Uni is hosting a talk from John Pattison on poverty and malnutrition in areas of India where an abundance of natural resources mean they ...

Facebook, Twitter may help restrain spread of HIV, says study

Facebook, Twitter may help restrain spread of HIV, says study
 - In a new study, researchers have discovered that posts on social media websites like Facebook and Twitter could help control the spread of HIV.

The older Indian women having children

The older Indian women having children
 - In India the average woman lives to 68 - Rajo Devi says she was fortunate to ... "But there are dangers to the health of the mother and the baby.".

World Stroke Day observed with special focus on women's health

World Stroke Day observed with special focus on women's health
 - The modern Indian urban mother might be overtly worried about the health of her ... Furthermore, women with depression have a higher stroke risk.

Surrogacy industry thrives in India amid regulatory gaps

Surrogacy industry thrives in India amid regulatory gaps
 - Next to it is an Excel sheet tracking the health parameters of surrogates with Bakshi's International .... “Yes these women are economically deprived.




LGBT community to organize parade in city

LGBT community to organize parade in city
 - The first week of December will witness the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community in the city coming together for a ...

Activist and writer shares life experiences

Activist and writer shares life experiences
 - Shahani said he continues to speak on LGBT issues to MBA students and corporations in India, despite a 2013 Indian Supreme Court ruling ...

Singapore's highest court upholds law criminalising gay sex

Singapore's highest court upholds law criminalising gay sex
 - Gay sex is criminalised in Singapore under Section 377A. ... In December 2013, India's Supreme Court had reversed a Delhi High Court order ...




Hillary Clinton Talks Economics, Women's Issues

Hillary Clinton Talks Economics, Women's Issues
 - Clinton discussed the need for basic sanitation in India to improve ... more women we can get to participate fully and get paid equal pay for equal work, ...

Prostitution in India

Prostitution in India
 - The industry has grown as women, notably ill-educated rural migrants, enter India's labour market in larger numbers. Most find low-paid or casual work ...

Aussie women spend 139 minutes more on housework every day than men

Aussie women spend 139 minutes more on housework every day than men
-  Indian women end up doing very badly in paid work and one of the reasons for that is that they are spending so much time in unpaid work," said ...

Women officers in military component serve no useful purpose'

Women officers in military component serve no useful purpose'
 - We do not subscribe to the view that women should form part of the military ... "We are proud that the work of Indian Inspector Shakti Devi in an UN ...

Sex workers demand 'decriminalisation', not legalisation

Sex workers demand 'decriminalisation', not legalisation
 - A conglomeration of sex workers from across India who gathered in the city ... She said they called for a repeal of laws that are used to arrest consenting adult women in sex work, ... “These violate our right to free movement and work.