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Looking after our Mothers: Delivery and Depression

A recent study found that almost one in five mothers experience severe post-partum depression, but the illness is hardly known, and even less spoken about in public, which ...

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Beyond Menstrual Hygiene: Talking about the Taboo

Staying silent about menstrual health, apart from giving rise to unnecessary taboos towards a natural condition, could turn out to be actually harmful for us, a study revea...

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It’s 2017: Women in Developing Countries Wish to Space Out Pregnancy but Have No Access to Contraception.

Women these day say that the developing countries want to avoid pregnancy or either postpone it, but not by using the latest available contraception methods. According to G...

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Can Mindfulness Reduce Fear Of Labour & Postpartum Depression

Anxiety about labour – and what might come afterwards – causes stress for expectant mothers and increases risk in childbirth. But there could be a natural solut...

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Maternal Healthcare Expenses Push 46.6% Mothers In India Into Poverty: study

Maternal healthcare expenses push 46.6% mothers in India into poverty – with the illiterate being especially susceptible – according to this December 2016 study...

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Zoe Saldana And Rachel Zoe To Take Part In Fifth Annual Moms +SocialGood

In celebration of Mother’s Day, hundreds of advocates, experts and every day moms and dads will gather on May 4 in New York City to share ideas, exchange best practic...

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Five Reasons Why ‘National Health Policy 2017’ Is A Step In The Right Direction

As we analyse the Indian policy discourse, we find that healthcare financing and service delivery continues to stand out as an exception. Not only does it remain to be one ...

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Mobile Phones Hand-Hold Mothers Through Pregnancy

Tabassum, a pale fair young woman who resides in the slums of New Seemapuri on Delhi-Ghaziabad border, is all of twenty-four. She is already pregnant with her third baby. T...

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Melinda Gates: I Wouldn't Be Where I Am Today Without Contraceptives

Growing up in a Catholic household in Texas, I never would have guessed that I would one day travel around the world talking about the benefits of contraceptives. I certain...

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Technology Trends To Watch In Women’s Health

The past year was not a great one for women’s health technology. First there was the Bluetooth-enabled “smart tampon” that raised eyebrows with its clunky...

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