Continue Reading... Father’s post-natal depression linked to emotional stress in teen girls, finds study
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Father’s post-natal depression linked to emotional stress in teen girls, finds study

Post-natal depression in fathers, in addition to mothers, bring emotional problemsfor their teenage daughters, finds a new study. The study found that almost one…

Continue Reading... Move forward in the Agile world with the PMI-ACP Certification
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Move forward in the Agile world with the PMI-ACP Certification

If you are building a career in Agile, then the PMI-ACP certification is a very important credential to have. Recognised…

Continue Reading... How 2018 ruled health and wellness
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How 2018 ruled health and wellness

Due to the rise of conscious consumption, more and more health enthusiasts changed their perception, especially this year, regarding food,…

Continue Reading... Food labels promote healthier choices
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Food labels promote healthier choices

Labels on packaged foods such as nutrition facts, “low-sodium” or “fat-free” as well as calorie counts on restaurant menus, have…

Continue Reading... When it’s okay to take a break from exercise
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When it’s okay to take a break from exercise

Most people who don’t exercise blame it on lack of time, tiredness or air pollution, little realising that physical activity…

Continue Reading... Breastfeeding for more than 6 months leads to smaller waist circumference
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Breastfeeding for more than 6 months leads to smaller waist circumference

Turns out, breastfeeding for more than six months is independently associated with smaller waist circumference in the decade after delivery…

Continue Reading... Hospital deliveries, sick units can stop 71% newborn deaths in India
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Hospital deliveries, sick units can stop 71% newborn deaths in India

India can avert 71% of an estimated 6 lakh neonatal deaths each year if all mothers deliver at a healthcare…

Continue Reading... British cafe provides a lifeline for LGBT+ dementia sufferers
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British cafe provides a lifeline for LGBT+ dementia sufferers

Imagine living through the gay rights revolution that has transformed the lives of LGBT+ people in many parts of the…

Continue Reading... Your eyes may signal your mental stress level
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Your eyes may signal your mental stress level

With demands of work productivity shooting up stress levels, researchers have discovered that a person’s eyes may offer a solution….

Continue Reading... Inflammatory bowel disease ups prostate cancer risk: Study
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Inflammatory bowel disease ups prostate cancer risk: Study

Men with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are four to five times at higher risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer,…

Continue Reading... Birth control pills may block blood flow to brain
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Birth control pills may block blood flow to brain

Turns out, birth control pills increase the risk of ischemic strokes which are usually caused by a blood clot that…

Continue Reading... Human brain responds to aggressive voices quicker: Study
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Human brain responds to aggressive voices quicker: Study

Human brains notice a voice much faster when it is considered threatening or aggressive than when it is perceived as…