The researchers examined 22 women for over six weeks, out of whom 12 were aged between 25 and 40 and rest of the 10 participants were between 60 and 75.
It is International Women's Day today. We list down top health concerns of women in India across all age groups till 50.
Heart health is as important an issue for women as it is for men. The main reasons for this increased prevalence are added work stress and unhealthy lifestyle habits.
Hormonal imbalance, hair fall, acne and pimples, anemia and irregular menstruation are health issues plaguing most young girls in India. Here are some health and diet tips for women.
28th May marks International Women's Health Day. While we commonly associate obesity as a health problem in men, it affects large number of women too.
Have you hit your 30's? Being a woman has never been so tough and yet so exciting. We bring you an effective nutrition guide to keep you strong against all challenges.
Our body understands food and not supplements. A balanced diet is what we should all aim for, with adequate amounts of iron, calcium and other essential minerals.
elf-weighing can be a useful tool to help adults control their weight, but for young women this behaviour may have negative psychological outcomes
A mobile application Swasthya Samiksha was launched here on Thursday which enables Members of Parliament to track women's reproductive health in their constituencies and bring improvement.
A recent study conducted on 700,000 women found that unborn children suffer no harm when their mothers take flu medication during pregnancy.