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Category: Womens Health

Breast Feeding
Banhishikha Roy

Nutrition during Breast Feeding

A lactating mother requires extra food to secrete adequate quantity/ quality of milk and to safeguard her own health. The nutritional link between the mother and the child continues even after birth. Breast milk is the ideal food for infants. Breast milk provides all the energy and nutrients that the infant needs for the first months of life, and it continues.

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Pregnancy
Banhishikha Roy

Nutrition during Pregnancy

Pregnancy is physiologically and nutritionally a highly demanding period. Extra food is required to meet the requirements of the fetus. Nutrition and lifestyle before and during pregnancy, lactation, infancy and early childhood have been shown to induce long-term effects on later health of the child, including the risk of common non-communicable diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

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Other Diseases
Meenu Agarwal

Menstruation and self-care

Every month, a woman’s physical and mental-health undergo changes thanks to the hormones present in her body. You may have noticed how, on some days, you are cheerful and excited; on other days, anxiety and depression seep in, unannounced, and drive away your peace of mind, and on some days, anger and irritation rule the roost!

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Womens Health
Meenu Agarwal

MENOPAUSE: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT

Turning 40 is a milestone moment and it’s a great age to be in. Especially for women who have more or less achieved their dreams: a fulfilling career, a beautiful family and an assurance and confidence no preceding age has been able to give them. However, all that self-assured existence is often marred by a certain uncertainty. Is it time? Am I there yet? With the many complications we face as women with menstruation already, menopause seems to be as confusing as it gets.

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