Did you know that
- measuring a woman's heart rate at rest can help predict her risk of heart attack or dying from heart disease, giving doctors a simple, inexpensive way to monitor health risks?
- among women who are at risk of delivering prematurely, treatment with magnesium sulfate reduces the risk of cerebral palsy in the offspring?
- each centimeter/inch counts for women in developing countries? Data from 42 developing countries showed that babies and young children have better survival chances if their mothers are taller.
- new research suggests that smoking during pregnancy reduces blood flow to the developing fetus and, in turn, retards growth?
- women who take the pill after surgery on ovarian cysts are three times less likely to have a recurrence?
- the prevalence of mood disorders, depression and anxiety is high among women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOD)?
- an unusual study has found that people who refuse to quit smoking even though they know it could damage their health may kick the habit if they believe it could harm their pet?
- a study has found that other than clothes, house and flashy cars, the socio-economic status (SES) of a person can be guessed by his or her body language?
- your breath could soon power jets? Researchers are putting into action a revolutionary technology that could turn your breath into biofuel.
- obese women are more likely to give birth to children with spina bifida, heart problems, cleft palate and a number of other defects according to British researchers?
- doctors in Germany say that the cause of neck pain is not just physical; psychological distress -- particularly depression and anxiety -- are closely linked to persistent neck pain.
- a German study indicates that estrogen plays an important role in triggering restless legs syndrome (RLS) during pregnancy.
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