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Published by Times Now News

June 27, 2019

For many women with PCOS, losing excess weight has become a constant struggle. Making these few lifestyle changes can help prevent weight gain and relieve symptoms. New Delhi: Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal condition among women of child-bearing age. In PCOS, estrogen and progesterone (female hormones) are out of balance and there is an increase of androgens (i.e. male hormones). This imbalance causes the growth of cysts on the ovaries. For many women with PCOS, losing

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Published by Times Of India

June 19, 2019

Every mom wants to make the arrival of her little one a memorable event. From eating healthy, staying active to prenatal classes, she prepares her body for smooth delivery all through the nine months. Yet, there are women who suffer from birth trauma. In fact, this is the very reason why many women don’t want to have a second baby. For the unversed, there is a birthing technique that is supposed to be smooth (and positive) and it is called water birthing. While it is not common in India

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Published by The Weeks

June 5, 2019

Ramya Venkatachalam, a 40-year-old ultramarathon runner from Bengaluru gave up running as she had stress fractures in her feet and acute pain in the shins and calves. "After running 21 km every Saturday, I couldn't even run 100 metres without wincing in pain," recalls Ramya. As the pain grew intense, she sought medical help. "After our investigation, we found out that she had severe Vitamin D deficiency. Over three months, she was treated with Vitamin D correction medication, and gradually

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May 27, 2019

In conversation with HerZindagi, Dr Aruna Kalra, Gynaecologist and obstetrics surgeon at the CK Birla Hospital for Women, Gurugram talks about the taboo related to mensuration. She talks about having iron and vitamins rich diet. She also breaks the misconception of not having warm or cold fluids during periods. Watch the video here to know

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Published by Indian Express

May 15, 2019

Avascular Necrosis often occurs in the hip resulting in severe pain. The symptoms may develop over a long period of time, such as arthritis, limitation of movement, and pain. But the damage may be so severe that a person may require joint replacement. A 32-year-old patient from Uzbekistan underwent a liver transplant surgery in 2016, and soon developed Avascular Necrosis (AVN), a condition where the supply of blood to the bones is interrupted. Since the condition had advanced to stage IV,

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Published by Health World

April 26, 2019

A recent study done on prevalence of sexual dysfunction amongst women in Ahmedabad found that more than half of the women in the study reported sexual health problems. The study was published in 2017 in the Journal of Mid-Life Health. Another study carried out by AIIMS doctors on adult men in a rural north India setting found 81% of men reporting at least one sexual disorder. Many other studies, though mostly done on men, indicate a high prevalence of sexual health issues amongst Indians.

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Published by Bhangra Babies

April 20, 2019

Breast cancer and all that it brings with it has always held a special place for me, going on 4 years since my first surgery I have to learnt new things and I am always hopeful towards all the medical advancements that are taking place around the world. When I was invited to the CK Birla Hospital for Women in Gurgaon for experiential session to learn the new things that they are doing in the field of medicine I was truly impressed with their Breast centre. The hospital spread over 78,000

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Published by Mommy and Baby

April 16, 2019

Breast cancer is thought to be caused by a combination of our genes, lifestyle choices and surrounding environment. Anyday, prevention is better than cure and we should all give this a thought. There are many things, or factors, that can increase or decrease the risk of developing breast cancer. One of the biggest risk factors is increasing age. At least four out of five breast cancers occur in women over 50. In a small number of cases, breast cancer runs in the family. Most women with

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Published by The Economic Times

April 16, 2019

Adding proteins to your diet in the right quantity can have multiple health benefits including weight loss. But make sure you stay in the right range of the spectrum so that you don’t bring yourself any harm. Anyone on a weight-loss mission will be looking for ways to cut down on food consumption, which means not feeling hungry too soon and also eating less. In other words, feeling satiated early enough while eating. A good way to do this is to add protein to every meal. “High protein

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