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Here’s Why Pregnant Women Should be Beware of UTIs

Although the monsoon brings respite from summer's scorching heat, it also invites a plethora of allergies and infections. Pregnant women should be cautious because...

Important to Test Covid-19 in Asymptomatic Pregnant Women: Study

Although there is low prevalence of SARS Cov-2 virus in asymptomatic pregnant women, researchers now suggest universal testing of pregnant women as part of...

Ways to Beat Stress While You’re Pregnant in Lockdown 3.0

BY PUJA GUPTA During pregnancy, women experience a large number of hormonal and physical changes, some of which can lead to stress. Especially, in these...

Find Out why Pregnant Women with Depression are Likely to Use Cannabis

Researchers have found that pregnant women with depression are more than three times more likely to use cannabis than those without depression. For the findings,...

As Venezuela’s Healthcare Collapses, Women and Girls Dying Needlessly

In Caracas's main maternity hospital the blood banks and medicine cabinets are empty, the power and water regularly cut out — and women and...

Research for Vaccination Should Include Pregnant Women: Experts

 Pregnant women have been systematically overlooked in the development and deployment of new vaccines, undermining their health and their communities’ safety, according to guidelines released...

Epileptic Pregnant Women Often Have Higher Risk of Death

The risk of dying during pregnancy is five times higher for pregnant women with epilepsy, finds a new study. According to the study, from the...

Launch Of Maternity Scheme Brings Happiness To More Than 11 Lakh Women

More than 11 lakh women have benefited from the Maternity Scheme 'Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana' (PMMVY) till date, Parliament was told on Friday. Women...

A spurt in Unneeded Medical Interventions for Healthy Pregnant Women: WHO Study

WHO is launching new recommendations aimed at reducing potentially harmful interventions WHO says health providers tend to intervene medically when the rate of...

Radiations from gadgets may increase the risk of miscarriage: study

New York, Dec 14, 2017: Pregnant women's exposure to non-ionising radiation from smartphones, Bluetooth devices and laptops may double the risk of miscarriage, a...

‘Parent by Choice for Choice’ : Thousands Join Protests Against Ireland’s Abortion Laws

Dublin, September 1, 2017 : Thousands of people staged a massive protest in Dublin, calling for an end to Ireland's strict abortion laws, the media...

Genetic Testing Likely To Raise Thorny Ethical Issues around Pregnancy: Study

Wellington, Sep 05, 2017: Having a baby may never be the same again as increasingly sophisticated genetic testing is likely to raise thorny ethical...

Basil is a Boon For Pregnant Women, Here’s Why!

Basil was the first native to India, Asia, and Africa Basil leaves contain healing properties in abundance for pregnant women The tradition of...

State Sponsored Terrorism? Two killed including a pregnant woman in Balochistan

Quetta, March 05, 2017: A residence in Alandoor area of Buleda, Balochistan was invaded by Pakistan forces. It has been reported that two people have...

PM Narendra Modi announces a series of Financial incentives for Poor people, Farmers, Small businesses, Women and Senior citizens

NEW DELHI, Dec 31, 2016:  Asserting that his crackdown against corruption will not end, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a series of financial incentives...

Pregnant Women will be given Financial Aid of Rs 6,000 as part of efforts to bring down Maternal Mortality Rate: PM Narendra Modi

New Delhi, Dec 31, 2016: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday announced a scheme to provide pregnant women financial aid of Rs 6,000 as part...

Women suffering from Urinary Incontinence are at a Higher Risk of it getting worse after Childbirth: Study

London, November 10, 2016: Women who suffer from urinary incontinence are at a higher risk of it getting worse after childbirth, a study suggests. According to...

Vitamin D supplementation for Pregnant Women should be Tailor-made, suggests Research

London, October 28, 2016: Pregnant women respond differently to vitamin D supplementation depending on their individual attributes, thus the supplement levels should be tailored according...

Tribals of Tripura all set for Ker Puja to thwart evil spirits

"Ker Puja starts at midnight on Monday and will continue uninterrupted for over 31 hours," said Sanjoy Chakraborty, Senior Deputy Magistrate of West...

Paracetamol intake during pregnancy is hazardous for unborn baby boys, says a new study

By NewsGram Staff Writer A new study, which appeared in the journal, Science Translational Medicine, has shown that prolonged use of paracetamol during pregnancy may...

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Here’s How The Art of “Writing” Became an Empowerment Tool For These Female Authors

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