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In general, mineral flux in and out of bone is more active while at rest and some very sensitive individuals may notice a slight relaxation effect from taking mineral supplementsOn the other hand, some individuals feel that the vitamins provide heightened energy, and claim they have trouble sleeping if they take them too late…Continue

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How to Prevent Your New Shoes from Giving You Blisters

Breaking in new shoes is hard work. But blisters don’t have to be part of the battle. To help you debut your shoes with minimal pain—and zero limp-inducing blisters—we chatted with Merin Yoshida, a California-based podiatrist with HealthCare Partners, and Rebecca Kazin, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist and faculty member at…Continue

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She is always a woman to me - Billy Joel


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The Five Main Issues Facing Modern Feminism.

What exactly is "modern feminism"? Whether you’re with the Times and see it as "hot, rude and self-confident", with that ubiquitous pub-goer who remonstrates on how it’s "unnecessary" because we’re not throwing ourselves under horses anymore, or more inclined to agree with this magazine and say that we’re all just obsessed with gin and cake, there’s no denying that we’re seeing something of a new wave."But where is the focus of this new wave?" we hear you cry through mouthfuls of Tanqueray and…Continue

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Women more at risk of heart disease today . 3 Replies

Heart disease is no longer exclusive to men as we now know . Women, especially urban women, are more at risk of developing heart disease today. And, a heart attack is usually more severe in women than in men. An increasingly unhealthy lifestyle with a predominantly high trans fat, sugar and salt diet, more and more sitting, stress/depression, smoking, alcohol and cigarettes are some of the factors that have contributed to this rise in heart disease. Differences in the clinical presentation also…Continue


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“It takes a female to have a baby,It takes a woman to raise a child,It takes a mother to raise them correctly,It takes a warrior to show them how to change the world.” ― Shannon L. Alder“Unaffected modesty is the sweetest charm of female excellence, the richest gem in the diadem of her honor.” ― Noah Webster…Continue

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Comment by DR.MOHAN SHARMA on Wednesday

 A Word of Advice from an Informed Mom

As most mothers will know, this is a full-time job that does not stop even if I have a career. My priority will always be my family and home. Keeping them safe and healthy at all times is imperative. So, I am constantly on the lookout for tips and resources that will help me do so.

One of my pet peeves is changing seasons, which more often than not, results in my children falling ill. This is the time when everything goes out of gear. It also creates all round discomfort for my children, which then becomes a problem for my husband and me. The monsoons are that time of the year when these issues become extremely pronounced. Viral infections and fever, as well as the risk of dengue and malaria, can scare any mother. Hopefully, there are many ways in which all you moms out there can take care of their family, while enjoying the monsoons at the same time. So here is a quick guide on some of the things I do at home to battle those monsoon woes.

1. Healthy diet

Following a good, healthy diet that comprises seasonal fruits and vegetables is vital, as it helps build immunity. I usually take street food off the menu and prepare fresh food for every meal. I also try and ensure that we consume minimal raw food such as salads, during this season. And even if we do, I make sure to wash all these raw ingredients thoroughly, and with clean water before eating them.

2. Correct liquids

Like all kids, my children too love cold drinks. But this season isn't the best time for them to drink too much of these as they can easily catch a cold. I try to replace these with things like hot chocolate and smoothies, which are delicious, safe and in some cases, quite nutritious. Sometimes, I even slip in a glass of warm milk with a mix of their choice before bedtime. And when it comes to drinking water, it is filtered and boiled to ensure there are no germs at all.

3. A remedy for fungus

These are two things that can instantly lead to illnesses. Many homes have damp corners that we are not even aware of. It is important to air out your furniture, mattresses, cushions and other belongings in your cupboards whenever the sun is out. This ensures they are dry and free of fungus growth. Additionally, sweeping and mopping your home should be carried out routinely during this season.

4. Keep mosquitos at bay

These pesky insects are one of my biggest worries because they can cause numerous problems. I generally use repellents in the mornings and the evenings to get rid of mosquitoes. You can easily switch on liquid repellents to restrict the entry of mosquitoes into your home or consider planting insect repelling herbs like chamomile and basil in and around your home. Mesh or wire windows and doors are also quite effective when it comes to keeping mosquitoes out. Also, remove all stagnant water from your home routinely so that these insects cannot thrive there.

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5. Suitable attire

Another thing I ensure during this season is that my kids always dress in clean, dry clothes that keep them warm and comfortable, especially while sleeping at night. Even when going outdoors, the kids are covered up to prevent the possibility of bites or catching any illness. And carrying umA Word of Advice from an Informed Mombrellas and raincoats are essential when we go anywhere.

Personal hygiene is yet another thing that I make sure my kids follow perfectly.

Comment by Dahl Domingo on September 17, 2017 at 8:10am

The Aftermath..

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Experiences Shapes Us.

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Just Be...

Comment by Dahl Domingo on September 5, 2017 at 8:05pm

This is a True thing in each woman....

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The Prophet..

Comment by DR.MOHAN SHARMA on August 31, 2017 at 1:39pm


The term feminism can be used to describe a political, cultural or economic movement aimed at establishing equal rights and legal protection for women. Feminism involves political and sociological theories and philosophies concerned with issues of gender difference, as well as a movement that advocates gender equality for women and campaigns for women's rights and interests. Although the terms "feminism" and "feminist" did not gain widespread use until the 1970s, they were already being used in the public parlance much earlier; for instance, Katherine Hepburn speaks of the "feminist movement" in the 1942 film Woman of the Year.

According to Maggie Humm and Rebecca Walker, the history of feminism can be divided into three waves. The first feminist wave was in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the second was in the 1960s and 1970s, and the third extends from the 1990s to the present. Feminist theory emerged from these feminist movements. It is manifest in a variety of disciplines such as feminist geography, feminist history and feminist literary criticism.

Feminism has altered predominant perspectives in a wide range of areas within Western society, ranging from culture to law. Feminist activists have campaigned for women's legal rights (rights of contract, property rights, voting rights); for women's right to bodily integrity and autonomy, for abortion rights, and for reproductive rights (including access to contraception and quality prenatal care); for protection of women and girls from domestic violence, sexual harassment and rape;for workplace rights, including maternity leave and equal pay; against misogyny; and against other forms of gender-specific discrimination against women.

Comment by Dahl Domingo on August 30, 2017 at 9:20pm

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