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Women's health

Stress might be linked to fertility issues in women

May 11, 2022
The study was published in the Endocrine Society's journal, Endocrinology.

Women’s Health still stigmatised in Nepal

Apr 21, 2022
In this ever changing world, people are more aware of a multitude of subjects ranging from equality, racism to technology yet women’s health is still a topic many hesitate to talk about.

Coronavirus can lead to stillbirths, destroy placenta

Feb 11, 2022
New research suggests the coronavirus can invade and destroy the placenta and lead to stillbirths in infected women.

Sanitary pad distributed in all schools of Bharatpur

Feb 10, 2022
Bharatpur Metropolitan has started distribution of sanitary pads in all of its schools. The metropolis has started the distribution of 410,090 packets of sanitary pads for girls of 74 schools.

Study finds lower risk of breast cancer from sun exposure

Jan 8, 2022
A new study by the University of Buffalo and the University of Puerto Rico has found that there is a lower risk of breast cancer in Puerto Rico because of greater sun exposure.

Scientists developing once-a-month oral contraceptive pill

Dec 26, 2021
A team of researchers from the Brigham and Women's Hospital and MIT is designing a new method to help improve adherence and reduce the risk of pregnancy by offering an oral contraceptive that could be taken once a month.

Pressure to be 'perfect' harms teenage girls' mental health: Research

Dec 16, 2021
Pressure from schools and families to live up to society's expectations of the "ideal" girl and be "good" causes mental health issues in teenage girls, a study shows.

COVID-19 stress causes irregular menstrual cycles: Study

Sep 30, 2021
A new Northwestern Medicine study has found that women and people who menstruate experienced irregularities in their menstrual cycle because of increased stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Infections during pregnancy associated with childbirth complications

Sep 4, 2021
According to a study led by researchers at UC San Francisco, individuals who are hospitalised during pregnancy due to sepsis have higher odds of complications surrounding childbirth.
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