The Impact of Ketogenic Diets on Hormonal Imbalances in Women with PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a prevalent endocrine disorder affecting women worldwide. Characterized by hormonal imbalances and metabolic issues, PCOS is also a leading cause of infertility. Early diagnosis and treatment are essential to prevent complications such as endometrial cancer, cardiovascular issues, and metabolic consequences. The ketogenic diet has recently gained attention as a possible […]

Why do we use the word ‘may’ in our articles and messages?

This is a question that we often get in all our communications channels. When it comes to health, medical professionals and researchers are careful with their words, and one word that is often used is “may.” You might have heard a doctor say, “You may experience some pain after this procedure,” or “This medication may […]

Higher concentrations of “forever chemicals” were discovered in women with ovarian, skin, and breast cancer

Forever chemical exposure may increase the risk of developing several malignancies. Recent studies have shown that women with uterine, skin, breast, and ovarian malignancies had much greater levels of these forever chemicals in their systems. The phrase “forever chemicals” describes synthetic chemicals that are utilised in a range of sectors and do not decompose naturally […]

Superior longevity may be associated with maintaining a steady weight in women

In order to calculate the likelihood of achieving what they called “exceptional longevity,” which they defined as being 90, 95, or 100 years old, the scientists examined data from hundreds of women. The advantages of maintaining a steady weight for older women were investigated by University of California San Diego (UCSD) researchers in a study […]

Indian researchers create a novel method to identify and eradicate cancer cells

The study’s results are presented in ACS Applied Nano Materials. The Indian Institute of Science team has developed hybrid nanoparticles made of copper sulphide and gold that can kill cancer cells. By creating a new technique to identify and eliminate cancer cells, researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have made a significant advancement […]

Merkel Cell Carcinoma: A Rare but Aggressive Skin Cancer

Neuroendocrine carcinoma of the skin is another name for Merkel cell cancer. Merkel Cell Carcinoma (MCC) is a rare and aggressive form of skin cancer that often goes unnoticed until it reaches an advanced stage. Named after the Merkel cells in the skin, this cancer is known for its rapid growth and potential to spread […]

A study discovered that the keto diet may improve fertility in women with PCOS

The ketogenic diet may lower testosterone levels in PCOS-afflicted women, improving their chances of getting pregnant. According to a recent study, PCOS symptoms may be lessened by following a ketogenic diet. Up to 5 million American women of reproductive age may be affected by polycystic ovary syndrome, one of the main causes of female infertility. […]

Understanding Vulval Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

In women under 50 who have not yet experienced menopause, the condition is uncommon. Vulval cancer is a relatively rare but serious form of cancer that affects the external female genitalia. While it accounts for only a small percentage of all gynecological cancers, it is essential to raise awareness about this condition. Early detection and […]

A study has found that ADHD may raise the likelihood of major mental health problems

It has long been known that ADHD, a neurodevelopmental disease defined by impulsivity and hyperactivity, interferes with day-to-day activities. A recent study clarifies the effect it may have on mental health. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been linked to a higher risk of melancholy, anorexia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and even suicide attempts, according […]

Study links brain fog brought on by COVID-19 to blood clots

Researchers discovered that 16% of individuals with blood clots had memory, concentration, or thinking issues for at least six months. According to a recent UK study, weariness and brain fog are two typical “long Covid” symptoms that may be caused by blood clots that have developed in the brain or the lungs. 1,837 individuals who […]

The role of colostrum and infant development

Colostrum oral application, also known as colostrum mouth painting, is a common treatment in the newborn ICU for sicker, smaller neonates due to its anti-infective qualities. Colostrum, the initial breast milk, is often yellow milk that is concentrated, thick, and sticky. Colostrum has larger quantities of immunoglobulins and more protein than regular milk, giving babies […]

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