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Excessive Bleeding After Childbirth on the Rise: study explained

The case of childbirth complications are greatly increasing in the women due to continues bleeding after delivery, a new study conducted in Australia suggested. In the review of hospital data from 1999 to 2004 of more than 500,000 mothers, researchers came to know that the ratio of adverse maternal complications have risen up to four Read more

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High foetal testosterone, more autistic traits

Infants exposed to high concentration of testosterone hormone in the womb are more likely to develop autistic characteristics in childhood, a study reported. Researchers recorded testosterone levels of fetus in the amniotic fluid of 235 pregnant women. Then they made the comparative study of the questionnaires, considered to measure children’s autistic characters between the ages Read more

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No change in sexual behavior for virginity pledger teens

Youngsters, who save sex for married life, take less precaution while love making than their peers, a new study suggests. These findings based on a comparative study of so-called virginity pledgers and non-pledging teens. “The findings suggest that the virginity pledge has no effect on the sexual behavior,” researcher, concluded. Sometime virginity pledges are part Read more

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Feel good – key to healthy pregnancy

As you start your journey towards motherhood, first time, it might be possible that you have vast sum of preparation, anxiety, fear or misinformation. Feeling good about your own is the only key to making the most of the successful childbearing year. Women, who accept the changes gleefully, celebrate the variation that occur to her Read more

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Gestational diabetes and pregnancy

It has often been observed that women, who have gestational diabetes as pregnant, also have a higher risk of developing type2 diabetes later. If you are also suffering from gestational diabetes during pregnancy, some lifestyle changes can prove helpful to decrease your risk of becoming the victim of type2 diabetes later in life. Here are Read more

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Sexy TV shows provoke love making in teenagers

Pregnancy rates are greatly higher in those teens who watch numerous TV program with sexual dialogue and behavior. First innovative research of its own kind suggests. This is the first study which links viewing habits with teen pregnancy, said lead author Anita Chandra, a behavioral scientist. Teens who regularly watched sexually explicit shows were more Read more