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Report: Femtech to disrupt global healthcare market (+ infographic)

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Buoyed by some $11 billion in funding throughout greater than 200 offers final yr, feminine know-how (femtech) is poised to be a disruptor in global healthcare, in accordance to analysis agency Frost & Sullivan. The information comes on International Women’s Day. Femtech is outlined by F&S …

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Why suicide rates among pregnant women in Nepal are rising

Huge numbers of pregnant women and new moms are taking their very own lives in Nepal as they cope with excessive poverty, pure disasters, home violence and oppression. Research exhibits suicide represents 16% of all deaths in women of reproductive age. The price is larger than beforehand recorded and there …

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Top Nephrologist Gives 5 Tips To Protect Your Kidneys For Life

The main causes of kidney issues embrace diabetes, hypertension and weight problems which could be prevented within the first place. World Kidney Day: Diet can play a serious position in stopping development of kidney illness eighth March is noticed as World Kidney Day. This day is marked to boost consciousness …

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March Events and Days of Awareness!

  March Happenings This month, we’ve got had the launch of Women’s Health Action’s National ‘Eat, Play, Love’ occasion, in celebration of Well Child/ Tamariki ora week. Our occasions are hosted by the WHA whanau throughout the nation, so, discover a venue close to you here! Northcote, Oamarau, Wanau Tahi …

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Online Support Groups for Weight Loss and Fitness Motivation

Photo: ivan_kislitsin / Shutterstock Recent statistics recommend that the typical individual spends about 50 minutes per day utilizing Facebook, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger. Add that to the truth that most individuals spend over five hours per day on their cell telephones, and it is clear that we love our know-how. While …

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‘I Pulled Out My Own Baby’

High Five Photography/Emily Westerfield My first pregnancy was my worst. My entire life I’ve suffered from migraines, and the up and down hormones made them come quick and livid. I’d need to lock myself in a darkish room with a wash material over my head to make them go away. …

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