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.
This International Women's Health Day, read on as Yasmin Karachiwala, Celebrity Fitness Instructor shares how women across India can lead a healthier lifestyle.
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.
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.
US study finds light drinking linked only to minimal increase in risk of all cancers but daily drink raises chances of breast cancer for women significantly.
The cases of breast cancer among women was reported to be 91,240 in 2012, 94,208 in 2013, 97,328 in 2014 and 1,00,611 in 2015
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It's about time that the importance of good health and fitness against the facade of body shaming is introduced.
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