New York, June 23 : Men often tolerate stress urinary incontinence (SUI) for more than two years before seeking medical help and one-third put up with it for more than five years, a new study suggests.  

Advice for couples facing fertility issues

Advice for couples facing fertility issues

New Delhi, May 11 : One in every six couples face fertility problems in India, thereby making the process of conceiving strenuous and stressful for many. While some fertility problems are not preventable, there are vital actions one can take to help initiate a new beginning.  

Easy ways to improve your diet

Easy ways to improve your diet

London, March 17 : If you are finding it difficult to keep a check on your diet than it is time to improve it in a few easy ways.  

Some teens are more likely to undergo abortion

Some teens are more likely to undergo abortion

Toronto, Jan 29 : Teenagers whose mothers had abortions earlier are more likely to undergo abortions, a new study has warned.  

Radiation from smartphones may up miscarriage risk: Study

Radiation from smartphones may up miscarriage risk: Study

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

Breastfeeding longer may improve mothers' sensitivity

Breastfeeding longer may improve mothers' sensitivity

New York, Oct 31 : Women who breastfeed their children for longer periods exhibit more maternal sensitivity well past the infant and toddler years, according to a study.  

Previously pregnant donor may up death risk in men

Previously pregnant donor may up death risk in men

London, Oct 18 : Men receiving blood transfusions may be at an increased risk of death if the donor is a woman who had been pregnant in the past, according to a study.  

Women with asthma more likely to have underweight babies

Women with asthma more likely to have underweight babies

London, Oct 5 : Women suffering from asthma are more prone to develop preeclampsia -- a dangerous pregnancy complication characterised by high blood pressure - and run a higher risk of giving birth to underweight babies, says a new study.