Six-month-old Baby Abhyansh Mondal had persistent jaundice since his birth in January 2020 which eventually got worse with time. The baby was affected by a rare genetic disorder due to which she was born without a bile duct. Abhyansh Mondal daughter of Abhishek Mondal and Samyuktha Kumari from Jharkhand was suffering from Biliary Atresia, a rare, congenital liver disorder. Though her illness was diagnosed in Jharkhand in January, the family could not go for further treatment due to the continuous lockdown. … [Read more...] about This Hospital Successfully Performs Complicated Liver Transplants On Children With A Rare Disorder
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While older women are more concerned with fixing lines and wrinkles, women in their 20s are flocking to change the shape of their eyebrows and lips, the experts said. Dr Gabrielle Caswell, head of the Cosmetic Physicians Society, says young women are turning to Botox to follow fleeting fashion trends. … [Read more...] about Beauty Is Skin Deep, Yes, But With Botox!
On A Final Note... Options available with an Ayurvedic home remedy kit can be much more elaborate with herbs and spices such as cumin, coriander, cinnamon, etc. But those mentioned above would be an easy and simple start for someone aspiring to keep an Ayurvedic first aid kit which will act in the fastest possible way. It should always be noted that the prescribed Ayurvedic medications must be used as per the norms stated in Ayurvedic Formulary of India as it can harm the body if used in excessive dosage. … [Read more...] about World First Aid Day 2020: Common Ayurvedic Remedies That Can Be Used In A First Aid Box
It’s Not the 1980s Anymore; Parents and Their Young Adult Children Like Each Other While researching How We Live Now: Redefining Home and Family in the 21st Century, I talked to young adults and their parents. I also studied the relevant social science research, as contributed by such outstanding scholars as Jeffrey Arnett and Karen Fingerman. I think I know at least one of the reasons why young adults were in no special hurry to flee from their parents’ homes after the recession ended. Unlike the young adults in the decades around 1980 (when the percentage of young adults living with their parents was at or near a record low), today’s emerging adults actually like their parents, and their parents feel close to them. As I explained in more detail here previously, they stay in touch, by choice, and enjoy each other’s company. There was once much talk of a generation gap, but now millennials and their parents have a lot in common. … [Read more...] about More Than Half of Young Adults Are Now Living With Parents
In a new study, just published in The Journal of Sex Research, Dr. Gore-Gorszewska recruited 30 men and women between the age of 65 and 82 years old (the average age was 71.4 years old) living in Poland. Half the participants reported that they did not have a partner at the time of the study, 11 were in new relationships, and 4 were in long-term relationships. About two-thirds of the sample were retired. All participants identified as heterosexual. … [Read more...] about The Best (Sex) Is Yet to Come?