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Regular Use of Laptop Could Seriously Damage Your Health

...l. "I also see many people in their twenties and thirties with a dowager's hump - a rounding at the base of the neck - after only a few years of looking down at a small screen while sitting slumped on a chair for long periods," he added. Vikas Gupta, an orthopedic surgeon at New Delhi's Fortis Hospital, ...

Scientists Have Found Way to Delay Menopause

...to put off having kids till they are in their late thirties or early forties, but who are also worried that they might be too old to get pregnant, or even carry a child full term. The chances of success fall dramatically after the age of 37 and are negligible by 45 because by then very few eggs are being p...

English Women Avoid Smear Test for Cervical Cancer

...995. A parallel trend was observed in women in mid thirties group too. Women are said to avoid this test due to the painful and invasive procedures of the same. But according to the medical fraternity, the young women population who are avoiding this test are the ones who are at a greater risk. Cervical ...

Scientists Claim Encouraging Progress On Hereditary Diseases

...gton's disease usually strikes in mid-life, in the thirties or forties, although it can also attack children and the elderly. There is no treatment to halt the inexorable progression, which leads to death after ten to twenty-five years. Each child of a parent with Huntington's disease has a 50% risk of inheri...

New fertility kit, analyzes the woman's ability to conceive

... they will still be able to conceive late in their thirties or even early forties. But the doctors feel that the fertility starts decreasing when a woman reaches the age of 35 years. After this age the woman finds it very difficulty to conceive naturally. The kit is marketed by Lifestyle Choices. It basi...

Late Pregnancy Women Face The Risk Of Heartbreak, Fertility Problems

...d: "Delaying having children until you are in your thirties is a choice many people make." "But they need to be aware of the added problems when trying to conceive, particularly over the age of 35 when a woman's natural fertility declines." -IANS...

Late pregnancy may be at risk from poor health and mental state

...nties and pushing motherhood to mid thirties, late thirties or even to forties. Late pregnancy brings with it it’s own source of woes and risks to the mother and child. A Danish study says added to the existent risk factors, poor health of the mothers and their unhappiness can also become risk factors that ...

Treating acne with laser

... in adolescence, although onset in the twenties or thirties is common. One approach to treating acne is to target the bacteria that produces the inflammation associated iwth acne known as Propionobacterium Acnes, or P. Acnes. P. acnes releases porphyrins, which are naturally occurring molecules in the body. ...

Allergies are related to mothers' menses

...nstruating. More recently, their their children in thirties were given allergy tests against types of grasses and house dust mites.// These figures were adjusted to take account of other factors that can affect the development and severity of allergies, such as maternal age, smoking, the season of birth, pa...

Menopause considerations

...f early menopause who put off children until their thirties are risking their chances of childbearing, according to a new study. A team of Dutch researchers has found that a woman with one or more first-degree relatives with a history of early menopause is liable to experience earlier menopause herself. Led ...

Increase in tobacco deaths

...cale of years - the cigarettes smoked in someone's thirties may cause a cancer to develop quarter of a century later. Since two thirds of all young men in China smoke, and half of them will die from their habit, this means that a third of the male population will be killed by tobacco. This shcok is suffieci...

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