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Grandmother's Smoking Linked To Autism In Grandchildren

Grandmother's Smoking Linked To Autism In Grandchildren

If a girl's maternal grandmother smoked during pregnancy, the girl is 67 per cent more likely to display certain traits linked to autism, such as poor social communication skills and repetitive behaviours, says a study.

Grandmother's Smoking Linked To Autism In Grandchildren

Yoga May Reduce Symptoms Of Menstrual Disorders

Yoga May Reduce Symptoms Of Menstrual Disorders

Practicing yoga may enhance mood and reduce pain in women affected by menstrual distress associated with physical and psychological symptoms, says a study.

Yoga May Reduce Symptoms Of Menstrual Disorders

Drinking Iced Tea Linked To Cholera Risk In Endemic Countries

Drinking Iced Tea Linked To Cholera Risk In Endemic Countries

Drinking iced tea may increase risk of cholera in endemic countries because Vibrio cholerae, the bacteria which spreads the disease, might be present in ice as well, suggests new research from Vietnam.

Drinking Iced Tea Linked To Cholera Risk In Endemic Countries

High Air Pollution May Impact Women's Breast Density

High Air Pollution May Impact Women's Breast Density
Women who live in areas with a high level of air pollution may be at increased risk of developing dense breasts -- a well-established risk factor for breast cancer, a study of nearly 280,000 US women said.

High Air Pollution May Impact Women's Breast Density

Weight Swings May Be Risky For Overweight Heart Patients

Weight Swings May Be Risky For Overweight Heart Patients
CHICAGO — Losing and regaining weight repeatedly may be dangerous for overweight heart patients, a study suggests.
Heart attacks, strokes and death were more common in patients whose weight changed the most over four years.

Weight Swings May Be Risky For Overweight Heart Patients

Wearing Underwire Bra Increases Risk Of Breast Cancer? Doctors Say No

Wearing Underwire Bra Increases Risk Of Breast Cancer? Doctors Say No

“On Internet and various WhatsApp groups, many people are circulating unsubstantiated information on causes of breast cancer. And, a lot of that is sheer myth.”

Wearing Underwire Bra Increases Risk Of Breast Cancer? Doctors Say No