periods

Zomato announces up to 10 days menstrual leave for women and transgenders

Zomato announces up to 10 days menstrual leave for women and transgenders

According to the company, women employees can take one period leave for each menstrual cycle.

Periods’ painful impact on girls’ studies

Periods’ painful impact on girls’ studies

The research, published in the Journal of Women’s Health, highlights the need for better education around period pain, and has implicatio...Read More

Let’s talk period! Making the monthly cycle of woes hygienic

Let’s talk period! Making the monthly cycle of woes hygienic

In the run-up to the Menstrual Hygiene Day that is marked all over the world on May 28, meet people and get to know about the products de...Read More

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Even divorce filings may be seasonal: study

Washington : Everything has a season – even divorce, say scientists who found that filings for divorce consistently peak in March and Aug...Read More

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Moscow says it is ready for Aleppo ‘humanitarian pause’

Moscow : Russia said  it was ready to halt fire for 48-hour periods in Aleppo from next week, following UN calls to extend humanitarian p...Read More

Fatty fish intake  delays puberty

Fatty fish intake delays puberty

Washington : A recent study has linked fatty fish consumption to delayed puberty in girls and red meat intake to early onset of periods. ...Read More

Its just her period… deal with it!

Its just her period… deal with it!

A menstruating woman is cast aside during ‘that time of the month’ as someone impure, writes ROSHANI SHINDE.

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Short bursts of exercise make diabetics fitter quicker

Washington DC : Diabetic? You may want to start alternating short bursts of intense activity with brief rest periods as a recent study ha...Read More

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10 per cent Indian women affected with PCOS: Study

Mumbai : Around 10 per cent Indian women are affected with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), says a recent study. PCOS leads to hormona...Read More

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