June 13, 2018

Does teenage pregnancy lead to early menopause?

Women may reach early menopause for a myriad of reasons. The reasons for this can vary from genetically inheriting this condition, diseases like cancer, premature ovarian failure (POF), Turner's Syndrome and surgeries like  hysterectomy. Besides these, some uncommon reasons that increase the risk of early menopause are reaching menarche before the age of 12 and being childless, precocious puberty or early puberty - all of  which I have shared in the post "Mother's obesity may cause early puberty in daughters". A more recent study has also found that being underweight is a risk factor for early menopause. Interestingly, certain foods could also hasten menopause.

underweight woman early menopause




June 6, 2018

10 Cornstarch homemade beauty recipes

Cornstarch, or cornflour (makkai ka atta), is the starch of the maize grain, commonly known as corn. According to Dee Anna Glaser, MD, associate professor of dermatology at St. Louis University school of medicine, Cornstarch is one of the best home remedies to prevent irritated skin, as it relieves chafing by forming a protective absorbent layer between you and the outside world. With less friction, the irritation lessens when the skin rubs against itself or something else. Dr Glaser further says that you can also reduce the amount of moisture that normally develops over the course of a day by sprinkling odor-prone areas with cornstarch.

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June 4, 2018

Vitamin D Lowers Miscarriage Risk

Some time back, Smitha had related her harrowing experience of a missed abortion / miscarriage in the post "Are headaches in early pregnancy a sign of miscarriage?" She also wondered what could possibly cause miscarriage - low progesterone, chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus, environment in the uterus not favourable for foetal growth.. Smitha had conceived through assisted reproductive method, IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination) and was eagerly waiting to hold her baby in her arms after the completion of nine months! Alas, but destiny had other plans for her and she lost her baby in her 17th week or pregnancy and she had to go through severe depression for several months. Do read Top home-remedies after miscarriage.



May 31, 2018

Wise Tips on Going to the Gym with a Fresh New Tattoo

Some of the worst enemies of a fresh new tattoo are the sun, salt water, and sweat. It’s okay to get some of these on your new tattoo once or twice while it is still healing, but soaking in it can definitely affect the way your tattoo heals.



Working out is definitely possible even after getting a new tattoo. You just have to be extremely careful and make sure to follow the tips that we will be giving out today to make sure that your tattoo’s healing process won’t be put at risk.

May 22, 2018

Setting Your Start in the Beauty Industry

Getting started in the beauty industry is easier than getting started in other fields. Still, not everyone is going to go about it the same way. With multiple locations to work and several specialties within the field, each person looking to make a career for themselves in the world of beauty needs to make some important decisions. You need to set your own start to make the job the best for you.


May 19, 2018

Drinking too much milk bad for bones?

Bones constantly take up and release calcium throughout life – in both, men and women. However, post-menopausal women are more susceptible to osteoporosis or brittle-bone disease because declining estrogen levels impair the skeleton’s calcium retaining ability. So the most common advice offered to women is to eat plenty of calcium-rich food, particularly, milk and milk-products.

Drinking too much milk may be bad for your bones

But, before gulping down glasses of milk in your eagerness to replenish your depleting calcium levels, have a look at these articles from  Cleveland Clinic and WebMD


May 16, 2018

Can dengue fever be transmitted sexually?

May 16th is observed as National Dengue Day in India  to raise awareness about this dreaded mosquito borne disease.  Dengue fever is a viral disease, mostly spread through the bite of mosquitoes, particularly by aedes aegypti mosquito. I have already written an exhaustive post about dengue fever, it's prevention and home-remedies and measures to be followed if one contracts dengue and is recuperating. The post Convalescence - the recovery period after illness might also be helpful for anyone who's recovering from vector  borne diseases such as dengue, chikungunya , malaria or for that matter any other illness also. So do glance through that too.

dengue mosquito


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