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.  

Polycystic ovary syndrome may up diabetes risk in women

Polycystic ovary syndrome may up diabetes risk in women

London, Aug 30 : Women who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are four times at greater risk of developing Type 2 diabetes (Type-2 diabetes) and are also prone to be diagnosed at an earlier age with the blood-sugar condition, according to a new study.  

Age gap between spouses may affect marriage satisfaction

Age gap between spouses may affect marriage satisfaction

New York, Aug 3 : While men and women both tend to experience marital satisfaction with younger spouses, the satisfaction is likely to fade over time if there is a significant age gap between the partners, researchers have found.