Having it all …..Mums@work

Having it all …..Mums@work Having a child for many women means leaving a career simply because a full time job requires plenty of hours and commitment–usually not compatible with having a family. Yet David Mackenzie, Founder of Mums@Work and Managing Director Louise Karim reveal a new way of doing things as now women can go back to work with flexi-timings. What It Is “Mums@Work is theRead more about Having it all …..Mums@work[...] Read More

What type of Mom you are?

What type of Mom you are? Parenting styles vary across the board and with this, HEALTH met three women to discuss parenting styles and how they parent their children. THE CHUMMY MOTHER Harshika Daryanani, blogger and freelance writer, is a mother to 11-year-old Jahaan Daryanani and describes her parenting style as “very hands off and figure it out yourself ”. Your style While I do notRead more about What type of Mom you are?[...] Read More

15 Best Vitamins For Women

15 Best Vitamins For Women Nowadays women are more health conscious than what they were some decades back. Women who are responsible for bearing children and for rearing them, need to look after their health not only during the child bearing years but even after that in order to prevent the onset of ailments like breast cancer. Women are oftenRead more about 15 Best Vitamins For Women[...] Read More

Best Exercises During Pregnancy

Best Exercises During Pregnancy There are many ways to stay fit and healthy while pregnant, and some of the best exercises during pregnancy include plie bends, leg lifts, planks, weight training, walking, swimming, cycling, elliptical machines, yoga, low-impact aerobics, and many more! Pregnancy and Exercising Pregnancy can be a stressful time, what with the expectation of a child onRead more about Best Exercises During Pregnancy[...] Read More

Parenting Styles and Tips

Parenting Styles and Tips Choosing a parenting style can be a challenging decision, and your style will likely evolve over time as you become used to your new role in life. However, it is good to be aware of the different parenting styles out there, including authoritative, neglectful, permissive and authoritarian, and discover which approach best suits your individualRead more about Parenting Styles and Tips[...] Read More

Heart attacks in women—female-specific risks, signs, symptoms and treatments

Heart attacks in women—female-specific risks, signs, symptoms and treatments Heart disease is more than a serious health issue, it is the number-one cause of death in both women and men: roughly 600,000 people die of heart disease in the U.S. every year. But because women have longer life expectancy than men, they constitute a larger proportion of the elderly population in which the likelihoodRead more about Heart attacks in women—female-specific risks, signs, symptoms and treatments[...] Read More

Breast Cancer: Are You at High Risk?

breast-cancer-are-you-at-high-risk-rm-1440x810 Lisa Schlager does not regret getting preventive surgeries to remove her ovaries at age 40 and her breasts at 41, but there were costs. “If I could do it again, I don’t think I’d change what I’ve done. But there’s definitely a sense of melancholy that this is what it came to — that thisRead more about Breast Cancer: Are You at High Risk?[...] Read More

4 Steps To Lower Breast Cancer Risk

4 Steps To Lower Breast Cancer Risk A healthy diet can help lower the risk of breast cancer. Try to eat a lot of fruits and non-starchy cruciferous vegetables. Replace all your skincare products with natural and organic ones. Discard the underwire bras that can impede proper lymphatic drainage around the breasts. Strive for a vitamin D level between 50-75. Get regularRead more about 4 Steps To Lower Breast Cancer Risk[...] Read More

Understanding Metastatic Breast Cancer

breast-cancer Most of us are aware of the latest breast cancer screenings and public campaigns aimed towards promoting breast cancer awareness to the public. However, HEALTH learns about the less known side of advanced breast cancer or Metastatic Breast Cancer (mBC) and its impact on the women suffering from it. Explained mBC is the most advanced stage of breast cancer and is basicallyRead more about Understanding Metastatic Breast Cancer[...] Read More

Silent Heart Attack in Women

heart health Defined A silent heart attack, explains Specialist Cardiologist Dr.Sharada Sivaram, is a heart attack that actually happens without the person knowing. “In this situation, there are no obvious symptoms, such as pain in the chest, shortness of breath, and cold sweats, and in fact, 45 percent of all heart attack victims suffer what’s called a silent attack,” she says. Misdiagnosis According to Dr. Sharada, women haveRead more about Silent Heart Attack in Women[...] Read More