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How female hormones are linked to asthma ?

How female hormones are linked to asthma

How female hormones are linked to asthma. Variation in female sex hormones could be linked to the development of allergies and asthma, according to experts. Analysis of studies involving more than 500,000 women highlights a link between asthma symptoms and key life changes such as puberty and menopause. Further investigation could help explain why asthma

Take care of Mental Health of Farmers: PAU VC Urges Experts

Take care of Mental Health of Farmers: PAU VC Urges Experts

“Taking care of mental health of farming populace is crucial,” said Dr Baldev Singh Dhillon, Vice-Chancellor, Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), while addressing a meeting of University experts and sociologists working on suicide prevention activities. To avert farmers’ suicides, little work has been done on factors other than economic or agricultural, he observed. Psychological and behavioural

chocolate eating is good for health..!!

chocolate eating is good for health..!!

Experts have found that chocolate is good for the heart, blood circulation and brain, and it has been suggested that it may be beneficial in such major heath challenges as autism, obesity and diabetes.If you are fond of eating chocolate then we have good news for you, In a recent research done by a University

For degenerative knee problems, Surgery won’t help ,say experts

For degenerative knee problems, Surgery won’t help ,say experts.Every year, more than two million people with degenerative knee problems have arthroscopic surgery.A surgeon inserts a tiny camera into the knee and uses small instruments to try to fix what’s wrong. Dr. Reed Siemieniuk said that It does more harm than good. Most patients experience improvement

City students should avoid taking cold drinks: Experts

Ludhiana: Unaware of the fact that most cold drinks contain high concentration of simple carbohydrates, such as glucose, fructose, sucrose and other simple sugars, which cause tooth enamel to be dissolved, the children now-a-days casually continued to gulp down cold drinks. “Whenever any food debris is left in the mouth, oral bacteria ferment carbohydrates and

Seed, contract farming solution to protect potato farmers: Experts

Kolkata: West Bengal needs to produce its own variety of potato seeds and adopt contract farming, which can be the solution to farmers who often face distress sale owing to price volatility, experts on Thursday said. “Such a situation cannot be avoided unless the state starts generating its own potato seeds to check input cost.

Alarming rise in heart diseases in India: Cardiology experts

Kochi: Though the number of heartpatients is on the rise world-wide, the situation in India is even more alarming, cardiology experts said. Presidents of five major Cardiological Societies of the world who participated in the 68th annual conference of the Cardiological Society of India (CSI) here yesterday said, the Cardiology sector in India is facing

32 yrs of anti-Sikh riots: Experts, Sikh forum cry for justice

New Delhi: Government officials who neglect their duties and shut their eyes on rioters should be declared an accessory to violence, former Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court Justice Anil Dev Singh said on the 32nd anniversary of the 1984 Anti-Sikh pogroms. Speaking at a panel discussion on ‘The legal aftermath of 1984 and the

Ill-effects of air pollution may be transgenerational: Experts

New Delhi:  Adverse effects of air pollution,described as the world’s biggest environmental risk by WHO, may linger on in Delhi for generations to come, experts warn. New studies in this area, indicating that its impact may be ‘transgenerational’, have unsettled pollution experts and doctors here. T K Joshi, Director, Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health,

CM tells politicos to leave security issues to experts

Chandigarh: Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Thursday blasted the Congress and the AAP leaders for “their crimes against the nation and against its brave soldiers.” The Chief Minister, meanwhile, has written to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh after concluding his three-day tour of the border areas and close interface with people who have had

India lacks dispute-resolution mechanism over water: Experts

Kolkata: It is “crucial” for India to manage domestic water concerns for enhanced regional cooperation, opine experts, pointing to the urgent need of a “dispute-resolution mechanism” that engages multiple stakeholders and embraces an ecological view of the problem. But given the scale and sensitivity of these discords — India has seen a spate of such water

Brace for more consolidation in online HR space: Experts

New Delhi: More consolidation is expected in the online recruitment sector, with job portals losing market share to social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, experts say. The global job industry is rapidly transforming because of wide technological advances. Over the last couple of years, online job portals have lost a significant ground to

50 Republican national security experts slam Trump

Washington: Fifty prominent Republican national security experts have signed a letter denouncing Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy and pledging not to vote for him. “We are convinced that in the Oval Office, he would be the most reckless President in American history,” CNN reported citing the letter that was issued on Monday. Its signatories include former Central


AIDS no longer public health issue in Aus: Experts

Melbourne: Australia’s top scientists havedeclared that AIDS is no longer a public health issue in the country as it has joined the ranks of the few nations which have successfully beaten the deadly epidemic. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) cases in Australia have dropped since anti-retroviral medication came in the mid-1990s, which stops the Human


Gold to zoom to Rs 33,500 levels by 2016-end: Experts

Mumbai: Gaining from safe haven buying post the Brexit referendum, gold prices are likely to remain firm and touch Rs 33,500 by the year-end due to factors like US elections, ongoing geopolitical tensions and volatility in currency markets, experts said. “Post-Brexit, there is uncertainty that will be positive for gold. By December 2016, we expect

Experts ask growers in Punjab, Haryana to irrigate crops

Chandigarh: As the northern region is witnessing a rise in the mercury level, growers in Punjab and Haryana have been advised to irrigate their crops mainly fruits and vegetables to save them from getting burnt due to heat. Experts have also advised farmers to keep the cattle in a cool environment especially buffaloes in order