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Depression may lower pregnancy chances: Study

Depression may lower pregnancy chances: Study

26 May 2016

Boston: Women suffering from severe depression may have a lower chance of becoming pregnant, a new study has found.

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Self-styled godman arrested for sexually exploiting <strong>women</strong>

Self-styled godman arrested for sexually exploiting women

24 May 2016

Barabanki (UP): A self-styled godman was today arrested from Dewa area here on charges of sexually exploiting childless women and filming the act.

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Do you know? Feeding monkeys may harm their health

Do you know? Feeding monkeys may harm their health

23 May 2016

London: Feeding wild monkeys can pose a risk to their health as it makes them larger in size, more susceptible to disease, and more stressed, warns new research.

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Proper food, exercise can prevent youth from hypertension

Proper food, exercise can prevent youth from hypertension

17 May 2016

New Delhi: With 30 percent of deaths in India attributed to hypertension and diseases triggered by it, health experts across the country yesterday cautioned youngsters to regulate their eating habits and improve fitness in order to prevent the health condition, which has risen 20 percent among the youth.

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Sushila Pukhrambam to lead Indian hockey eves in four-nation event in Darwin

Sushila Pukhrambam to lead Indian hockey eves in four-nation event in Darwin

23 May 2016

New Delhi: Defender Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam will lead a 17-member Indian women's hockey team in a four-nation tournament in Darwin, Australia starting May 30.

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Tips for sound sleep!

Tips for sound sleep!

17 May 2016

New Delhi: We all know that a sound sleep of six to eight hours is essential to keep one healthy and refreshed. But, there are some people who do not get their required quota of sleep, or suffer from lack of sleep. This can be due to many reasons, such as insomnia, certain medications, alcohol, jet lag, sleep apnea, or shift based work.

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<strong>Sexual</strong> offences should be dealt with strictly: Delhi High Court

Sexual offences should be dealt with strictly: Delhi High Court

24 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Sexual offences against women are increasing and such crimes have to be dealt with strictly and no leniency should be shown to the offenders, Delhi High Court said, as it increased the imprisonment awarded to a convict from three to seven years.

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Revealed! Genes responsible for alcohol abuse in teenagers

Revealed! Genes responsible for alcohol abuse in teenagers

13 May 2016

London: Researchers have identified a specific gene that links impulsive behaviour to binge drinking in teenagers and has also been associated with other impulsivity-related disorders like attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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Maneka Gandhi releases National Policy for <strong>Women</strong> 2016 to focus on cyber crime, surrogacy

Maneka Gandhi releases National Policy for Women 2016 to focus on cyber crime, surrogacy

18 May 2016

New Delhi: Union Minister Maneka Gandhi yesterday released the draft of National Policy for Women, 2016 which seeks to address emerging challenges confronting women, including protection against cyber crime, security to surrogate mothers and bringing gender sensitivity in family planning policies.

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Do you know? Men prefer <strong>women</strong> to make first move in dating

Do you know? Men prefer women to make first move in dating

17 May 2016

New Delhi: Men love it when women make the first move in a relationship, according to a survey by dating app.

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