Home Pregnancy parenting Basics Basics on November 23, 2012 Birth control pills have a wide range of effects on a woman's body. The new contraceptives are made with evolved progesterones. Thus these new oral contraceptives do not cause harmful impacts like weight gain or damage to the ovaries. But these pills are basically hormones and anything to do with hormones does effect you. It has been proved in a recent research that birth control pills change the course of human memory. Types Of Human Memory: There are basically 2 types of human memory; one is logical and the other emotional. Logical memory or the ability to remember facts is related to the right side of the brain. The ability to remember details comes from the left brain. We know it from gender stereotypes and scientific research that men tend to remember facts more than details. It is the opposite for women. Who do Birth Control Pills Affect Memory? … [Read more...] about Birth Control Pills Can Change Memory
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Home Pregnancy parenting Basics Basics on January 20, 2022 Pregnant and lactating women are informed about the risks of COVID-19 during pregnancy as also the benefits and likely side effects of the vaccination as per the advisory and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), the Centre has told the Supreme Court. In its affidavit, the Centre has said that the guidelines issued for monitoring of adverse events following the COVID-19 vaccine allow for reporting of any suspected adverse event irrespective of the time interval between the day of vaccination and the day of onset of symptoms. "As per the advisory and SOP issued dated July 2, 2021, once a woman declares herself as pregnant/ lactating woman, the vaccinator provides them with information about the risks of COVID-19 infection in pregnancy, the benefits of vaccination, along with the likely side effects of vaccination. "Thus, all pregnant women/lactating mothers who … [Read more...] about Pregnant, Lactating Mothers Made Aware Of Side Effects Of Covid-19 Vaccination, Centre Tell SC
Home Pregnancy parenting Basics Basics on April 16, 2014 Most working women of today might totally freak out at the idea of getting pregnant in their 20s. Twenties are a time when you are still thinking whether marriage is a good idea for you or you should try to find foothold in your professional life. However, there is no denying that there are many advantages of getting pregnant young. The pros of getting pregnant in 20s far outweigh the cons. The only thing stopping you is you yourself. Getting pregnant in your 20s is the best from the point of view of your biological clock. Most experts agree that a woman is most fertile in her 20s. In fact, one of advantages of getting pregnant young is you can avoid many complications. Besides, when you are younger, the strain of the pregnancy itself is easy for you to take. Your recovery after child birth is also much faster. ARE YOU READY TO BE A MOTHER? Even when it comes to … [Read more...] about Getting Pregnant In Your 20s: Good Or Bad?
Home Pregnancy parenting Basics Basics on January 22, 2022 Sunny Leone becomes mother of TWIN BOYS; Asher & Noah Singh Weber | FIlmiBeat Surrogacy is the new trend that is catching upon in many celebrities in Bollywood. From Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, Tusshar Kapoor, Ekta Kapoor and Sunny Leone, everybody turned to surrogate mothers to expand their families when it was not possible the natural way. The nextwas Preity Zinta, who recently announced the birth of her twins through surrogacy, expressing joy. She took to social media and expressed her excitement about the newly born twins - Jai Zinta Goodenough and Gia Zinta Goodenough. Similarly, in January 2022, Priyanka Chopra announced a baby via surrogacy with husband Nick Jonas. So, what is surrogacy and what is the procedure? What are the legalities of surrogacy in India? Find all the information in this article. What Is … [Read more...] about What Is Surrogacy? Why Are Couples Opting For Surrogacy? What Are The Legalities Of Surrogacy In India?
Home Health Health on January 20, 2022 It is not possible to end the COVID-19 virus as such viruses never go away and end up becoming part of the ecosystem, a top WHO official said on Tuesday but asserted that it is possible to end this year the public health emergency caused by COVID-19 with a collaborative approach to fix inherent inequities in the system. Speaking at the World Economic Forum's online Davos Agenda 2022 summit, the World Health Organization's Health Emergencies Programme Executive Director Michael Ryan said what needs to be done is to ensure a really low level of disease incidence with the maximum vaccination of the entire world population. "That will be the end of the public health emergency in my view and that would be an end to this pandemic," he said while adding that there was a chance to achieve it this year itself. The worldwide spread of the deadly virus, which was first reported in China's Wuhan in … [Read more...] about Not Possible To End This Virus; Pandemic Viruses End Up Becoming Part Of Ecosystem: WHO Official
Home Health Wellness Wellness on January 21, 2022 The UK health authorities said on January 21 that they will be conducting further analysis into a sub-lineage of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 after designating it a variant under investigation (VUI). The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), which monitors data related to the pandemic, said the sub-lineage known as BA.2 shows a low number of cases in the country, with the original Omicron lineage BA.1 still dominant. A VUI designation is the initial step of investigation before being designated a variant of concern (VOC), which the original Omicron BA.1 currently is. “The Omicron variant sub-lineage known as BA.2 has been designated as a variant under investigation,” UKHSA said. “The number of BA.2 cases is currently low, with the original Omicron lineage, BA.1, still dominant in the UK and further analyses will now be undertaken. UKHSA are continuing to monitor data on the BA.2 … [Read more...] about COVID: Omicron Sub-Lineage BA.2 Considered ‘Variant Under Investigation’ In The UK
Home Health Nutrition Nutrition on February 10, 2020 | Reviewed By Arya Krishnan Green coffee beans are coffee beans that have not been roasted. The roasting process reduces the amount of a compound called chlorogenic acid. Therefore, the normal roasted coffee we consume have a lesser amount of chlorogenic acid, and is not as beneficial as green coffee. The presence of high chlorogenic acid in green coffee beans is thought to have several health benefits. Researchers believe that these compounds have antioxidant effects, lowers blood pressure and helps in weight loss. Consumption of green coffee may positively affect how your body absorbs and uses carbohydrates. It also plays a crucial role in diabetes management by regulating the blood sugar levels. Read on to know how green coffee beans benefits your health 1. Boosts Metabolism The chlorogenic acid in green coffee is a great metabolism booster. It … [Read more...] about What Is Green Coffee And Its Benefits?
Home Health Wellness Wellness on January 21, 2022 Stress can adversely affect a person's health both mentally and physically. Unfortunately, we often dismiss symptoms of stress as minor inconveniences. It is simply stress, we say. However, the symptoms of stress are not trivial at all and can accumulate quietly, leading to serious medical problems. Approximately 80 per cent of the world's population experiences stress daily. The age group of 15-25 is among those who report needing assistance with managing stress. In a sense, stress can assist in overcoming challenges and keeping focused, alert, and energetic when it is managed properly, but when it crosses the threshold, it can result in anxiety, restlessness, headaches, chest pain, depression, loss of sexual desire, fatigue, and anger. Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai And Kolkata: Most Stressed Cities In The World India tops the list again, and not necessarily for a good … [Read more...] about Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata Named Among ‘Most Stressed Cities In The World’: Here’s Why