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Young womens woes

A new US research has found that young women are much more likely to die following a heart attack than young men.The study, which contradicts the stereotype that men are more likely to die of heart attacks, was published in The Annals of Internal Medicine this week. ....Researchers from Emory, Yale and Massachusetts Universities followed 6000 patients for two years after they were discharged from...

Young women's woes

A new US research has found that young women are much more likely to die following a heart attack than young men.The study, which contradicts the stereotype that men are more likely to die of heart attacks, was published in The Annals of Internal Medicine this week. ....Researchers from Emory, Yale and Massachusetts Universities followed 6000 patients for two years after they were discharged from...

Obesity Common Thread In Pregnancy Complications And Cardiovascular Woes

Recent research suggests that women who develop complications with the placenta during pregnancy appear to also have an elevated risk for later cardiovascular problems // . ..The study, published in the current issue of The Lancet, found that a woman's risk of premature cardiovascular disease doubled when she had one of several disorders involving the placenta, including pre-eclampsia, gestation...

Canadian Teens "Woefully Ignorant" About Sex

A new study by the Canadian Association for Adolescent Health has found that contrary to popular perception, teenagers as well as their parents are ignorant about important sex information.// ..The survey also found that 38 percent of Canadian teenagers have indulged in casual sex and a half-million sexually active teens aged 14 to 17 have at least three partners. 90 percent of teens claimed to...

Sob Story: Women Woefully Depressed

It’s pretty common to feel down in the dumps, and under weather, when the weather is down- winter, when we do feel really low. But there is a huge gap between feeling low and depression, according to Mental Health Specialists. // ....Depression affects nearly one in every ten people in the United Kingdom, and falls under the category of a common ailment. The fair sex, seem to be more prone to de...

Men are from Mars and Women from Venus, but why on Earth are Women so Woefully Wronged?

'Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety', wrote the famous Dramatist and Poet, William Shakespeare in his magnum opus 'Antony and Cleopatra' // ....A woman is quite an enigma and undoubtedly, there is more to her than what meets the eye. Popularly called the 'weaker sex' or the 'fair sex', they often find themselves at the receiving end of a warped power equation. Indeed, na...

Physical Exercise Fights Mental Woes

Physical activities improve blood flow to the brain, helps the bodies detoxify and could ward off addiction, depression, stress and //even Alzheimer's, say researchers. ...."Exercise improves thinking and mental function and decreases your tendency toward addiction," Marc Siegel, associate professor of medicine at the New York University of Medicine, was quoted as saying by health portal Health C...

Capricious Climate in Indonesia Adds to Farmers Woe

Java's rice fields reverberate with the activities of farmers from dawn to dusk. But there is a pervading concern amongst the lot, for the climate has not been on their side to assist them with good yields. Some farmers feel the weather has also turned capricious. ......Indonesias rice farming had continued undisturbed for generations, even in the face of war or economic disturbances. But now,...

Top China Official Pessimistic on Fixing Food Safety Woes

A top China food safety official on Saturday announced new measures aimed at curbing an epidemic of dangerous Chinese-made food products but admitted success could prove elusive . ......China plans to set up comprehensive food safety evaluation systems in 31 cities by the end of the year and to implement other measures, the State Food and Drug Administration official was quoted by the official X...
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