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Baby born from transplanted uterus from dead donor big breakthrough: Doctors

Baby born from transplanted uterus from dead donor big breakthrough: Doctors

Brasilia/New Delhi, Dec 5 (IANS) The world's first baby born using a womb transplanted from a dead woman is a breakthrough in the field of obstetrics and a great advantage for women combating infertility, say Indian doctors.



6 ways to manage dry and itchy skin in babies

6 ways to manage dry and itchy skin in babies

New Delhi, Dec 5 (IANS) Babies have delicate skin, which is sensitive to humidity and changes in the weather. Cold weather affects the skin even further by causing rashes, redness and itching.

1st baby born from dead donor's uterus: Lancet

1st baby born from dead donor's uterus: Lancet

Brasilia, Dec 5 (IANS) In a medical milestone, the world's first baby has been born using a womb transplanted from a dead woman, a Lancet study says.

Pregnancy is safe for breast cancer survivors: Experts

Pregnancy is safe for breast cancer survivors: Experts

New Delhi, Dec 2 (IANS) Breast cancer, the most prevalent cancer among Indian women, cannot deter motherhood, if intervention takes place at the right moment, say health experts. According to them, pregnancy is possible for women survivors of breast cancer -- it does not increase risk of recurrence and neither does it cause any harm to the baby.

Heatwaves saw output of Indian workforce declining 7% in 2017: Lancet

Heatwaves saw output of Indian workforce declining 7% in 2017: Lancet

New Delhi, Nov 29 (IANS) India saw the output of its workforce decline seven per cent -- equivalent to the loss of 75 billion man hours -- last year due to heatwave conditions, the 2018 Lancet report on health and climate change said on Thursday. The figure is almost four times that of China and a little less than half of the 153 billion manhours lost globally in 2017.

Your genes make you tea or coffee lover: Study

Your genes make you tea or coffee lover: Study

New York, Nov 16 (IANS) Are you a tea or coffee person? The answer may lie in your genetic predisposition towards bitter tastes, say researchers.

Exercise, diet apps boost health well-being in youth: Study

Exercise, diet apps boost health well-being in youth: Study

London, Nov 9 (IANS) With concerns of digital technology harming young people's health, a new study says that mobile applications focussed on exercise, diet and wellness promote their overall well-being and act as effective learning tools.

Air pollution increasing factor for stroke among youngsters: Experts

Air pollution increasing factor for stroke among youngsters: Experts

New Delhi, Oct 29 (IANS) Tiny air pollution particles can also increase the risk of stroke in youngsters and healthy people by damaging the inner lining of their veins and arteries, according to medical experts.

Mother-daughter conflict ups suicide risk in abused teen girls: Study

Mother-daughter conflict ups suicide risk in abused teen girls: Study

New York, Oct 20 (IANS) Teenage girls who were maltreated during their childhood are more likely to entertain suicidal thoughts if the relationship with their mother is poor and the degree of conflict between the two is high.

How school support may help ADHD children

How school support may help ADHD children

London, Oct 20 (IANS) One-to-one support and a focus on self-regulation may improve academic outcomes of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a new study suggests.

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