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Post-Menopause: Things You Should Know!

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Menopause is the stage in a woman’s life, when she stops menstruating permanently. This typically occurs in women that are 45 to 50 years of age. The age of menopause varies from one woman to another. Even though, menopause is a common phrase known by many, this article helps you learn the three stages of this natural process and …

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Anxiety Disorder Strikes Younger Populations

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Today’s fast paced life and increasing stress have led to a rise in mental illnesses worldwide. Even children are not immune from this; suffering from anxiety disorders, depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), and many more.  A study conducted in 2009 states that the overall childhood and adolescent mental illness in India was between 6% …

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Depression and Addiction a Deadly Coalition

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Addiction and depression are a dangerous duo, one almost always leading to the other. Together, it can cause absolute turmoil with regard to your health and productivity. It also has a negative impact on the people around you. Numerous people have lost their lives owing to addiction and depression. Studies state the occurrence of depression …

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Stress Factors for Students

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Homework, assignments, assessed projects, extra classes, tuition, tests and finally exams! The world of students revolves around these words. Once a student reaches high school, these words adopt a greater value, and students spend all their time immersed in schoolwork. The parental expectation and pressure, peer pressure, and increased work load associated with it start …

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Antibiotics are losing the battle against bacteria?

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Antibiotics — this class of drugs have been hailed as our saviour ever since Alexander Fleming discovered that penicillin could kill bacteria. Today, we have several classes of antibiotics, natural or man-made that work on many types of bacteria. There are penicillins, β lactams, quinolones, cephalosporins and so on, and they are used to treat all sorts of …

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Ways to care for your child after Vaccination

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Babies are prone to diseases the most, as their immunity isn’t developed enough to combat against diseases. Until the age of two, your child will be visiting the pediatrician constantly for vaccinations. They receive up to 12 vaccines and some are given to the child in multiple dosages. However, it is common for children to …

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Are Injectable Gels the Future for Heart Failure?

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The heart, along with supplying blood to every tip of the body, gets its own oxygen and nutrition via small, thin vessels that run over its surface. A heart attack occurs when one or more of these vessels get blocked. However, surviving an episode of excruciating pain does not ensure full recovery. A new invention may, …

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