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  • Experts Link Underweight Women And Risk Of Early Menopause: 4 Ways Your Diet Can Make A Difference

    October 28, 2017 4:55 AM 29

    What you eat matters a great deal in determining your health and preventing risks of a range of ailments. Eating healthy is not that difficult, keep the following points in mind to plan your meals better and avoid early menopause. 1. Include more veggies in your diet. Experts at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public

  • ‘His actions were intended to sow death’: Italian sentenced to 24 years in jail for infecting 30 women with HIV

    October 27, 2017 8:34 PM 23

    An Italian court on Friday sentenced an HIV-positive man to 24 years in jail for intentionally infecting 30 women he had unprotected sex with over nearly 10 years. Under the pseudonym “Hearty Style”, 33-year-old accountant Valentino Talluto seduced dozens of young women on social networks and internet dating sites, often dating several at a time. Rome prosecutors

  • HIV-positive Italian Valentino Talluto jailed for infecting 30 women

    October 27, 2017 8:34 PM 23

    An Italian man has been jailed for 24 years after intentionally infecting 30 women with HIV. Valentino Talluto is said to have had unprotected sex with at least 53 women after his HIV diagnosis in 2006, the youngest of whom was 14 at the relationship's start. The accountant, using the pseudonym "Hearty Style", went on social networks and dating sites

  • Nutrition for chronic kidney disease in dogs and cats

    October 27, 2017 6:08 PM 65

    Renal insufficiency is the most common disease affecting the kidneys of dogs and cats, and unfortunately, is also a common cause of illness and death in pets. The kidneys are involved in maintaining overall body homeostasis, and as such, have numerous important functions. These include filtering blood through the excretion of metabolic waste, regulating

  • Botswana renal care still at an infancy

    October 27, 2017 6:08 PM 58

    Experts have identified Africa as the continent with the highest number of people suffering from kidney diseases – a problem compounded by the continent’s lack of medical specialists on the condition, which makes the problem hard to detect and treat on time. Also known as renal failure or renal insufficiency, a renal disease is a medical condition of impaired

  • Scottish women allowed to take ‘abortion pill’ at home in UK first

    October 27, 2017 12:37 PM 32

    Decision brings Scotland in line with the US, France and Sweden Women in Scotland will be the first in the UK to be allowed to take abortion pills in their own homes - a controversial decision both heralded as a progressive step forwards and condemned as marking a return to the days of dangerous backstreet abortions. Across England, Wales and Scotland

  • ‘My surrogate stole my son’

    October 27, 2017 9:44 AM 36

    COMMERCIAL surrogacy is increasingly popular in the US, though it's only legal in some states and is illegal entirely in Australia. The most recently available reports from the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology show the number of infants born to gestational surrogates almost doubled between

  • Does Smoking Pot Lead To More Sex?

    October 27, 2017 8:00 AM 33

    In every group the researchers studied, the more marijuana people smoked the more sex they reported having. Tobacco companies put a lot of effort into giving cigarettes sex appeal, but the more sensual smoke might actually belong to marijuana. Some users have said pot is a natural aphrodisiac, despite scientific literature turning up mixed results on the subject

  • Managing chronic stress in the workplace

    October 26, 2017 11:01 PM 44

    If you're an employed adult, chances are you spend the bulk of your day at the office. And as the year draws to a close, and that all too familiar fatigue sets in, stress also spreads its roots as thoughts of the holidays and finances take their toll. Every year October is commemorated as Mental Health Awareness month, and this year the SA Federation

  • Women, don’t panic you can fight dreaded ‘c’

    October 26, 2017 4:07 AM 62

    It may be high on gymming and fitness regimes, but it appears IT city, Bengaluru, has still a lot of catching up to do in preventive healthcare in some areas as despite the rising number of breast cancer cases among its women not many are bothering to go in for the advised regular screening that can help in early diagnosis and effective treatment. Going