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Dr. Lakshmi Ananth is a doctor and a writer who wields both scalpel and pen with equal ease. She is also a cynic with a weakness for coffee, crossword and crochet.
Are you suffering from anemia? Here is what you should know about it. Also, how to prevent and cure it. A must read for eve
Period pain (dysmenorrhea) is a common problem, but one we don't talk about. You don't have to suffer silently, though! Here are handy tips to manage period pain.
What contraceptive options exist for Indian women? Information on contraceptive methods beyond the pill.
As 2013 begins, check out these New Year resolutions for women’s health and nutrition – resolutions that are easy to keep!
Women’s health in terms of female hygiene is rarely discussed; here are the real health and hygiene tips for the vaginal area.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a common women’s health problem. A look at how it can disrupt your life and ways to handle it.
Doctors are invaluable. But many Indian women feel disappointed with their doctors. How can doctor-patient communication be improved?
As most Indian women hesitate to discuss sex and sexual health, misconceptions about contraception abounds in India. Let’s bust some myths!
We know that they affect women’s health; yet many Indian women succumb to fad diets for weight loss. Why?
Many Indian women are puzzled by their chronic fatigue and everyday unexplained tiredness. Some health tips to help explain your fatigue.
Hypothyroidism in women is a common hormonal disorder which affects many Indian women. Some health tips to handle thyroid problems.
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