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Gynaecological issues or problems related to the female reproductive system are very common and they arise from time to time. It is very important for women to identify and understand every symptom and get it checked with gynaecology doctors as some can be life threatening. Today, on the occasion of International Women's Day, we have with us - Dr. Sabhyata Gupta, head of gynecology, Medanta Hospital to discuss the various gynaecological problems women go through, at different phases of life and what can be done to prevent or treat the conditions.
A considerable number of men are planning to get a vasectomy as a response to the overturning of Roe Vs Wade in the United States. Men have claimed that vasectomy is the only way women's reproductive health can be protected.
Women who have experienced miscarriages or had an infertility issue are at higher risk of having a stroke. Here's how you can reduce the risk.
There is a growing concern that the incidence of type 2 diabetes in men is on the rise. If you have diabetes or if you are at risk of developing the disease, it is important to know about the complications that can occur and how to prevent them.
One of the more difficult yoga asanas, Natarajasana or the Dancer pose is perfect for bringing balance and improving coordination. Here's how to perform it and its benefits.
Adnan Sami looks completely unrecognisable in his latest Instagram photos from his Maldives vacation. Check the photos HERE
Parts of India have been recording a surge in everyday COVID cases, which is why people should not let their guard down and look out for these symptoms.