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Sex education and contraception: Long School Holidays and festivities
Like many moms of teen girls, Grace is struggling with whether to put her 15-year-old daughter on birth control pills. It’s not that she wants her daughter to be sexually active; it’s that, as she explains, “She’s started to see a 17-year-old boy a lot. . . . I don’t want her think I don’t trust her to be careful with this boy, but I think contraception is a good idea and [that] this needs to be addressed.”...
Beware of medical misadventures
Two separate pieces of write-ups doing the rounds mostly in social media have again brought to fore the dark side of medical care. One is a depressing read from a popular Asian destination for medical tourism. The other piece relives cautionary tales of subjecting ourselves to too much medical care, with doctors who should know better driving along unnecessary interventions. This is based on worrying trends on the other side of the Atlantic, the good old US of A....
Gynecological cancer screening
This is an annual campaign not only to raise awareness about breast cancer, but also to remind women to take steps for prevention, screening and early detection of the disease. Other gynecological cancers should also not be forgotten. This annual event should serve as a prompt for screening for other cancers as well....
Getting your sweat to be medically useful
There is some recent exciting realization that sweat can be used to monitor our health in many ways. There are so many chemicals in sweat, and just analyzing them can lead to valuable health information. Important electrolytes like sodium and potassium measured in sweat can give an indication about your level of hydration. You can even get glucose levels monitored in your sweat. Much more can be done, including monitoring muscular fatigue in strenuous physical activities....
What is endometriosis?
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Endometriosis (say “en-doh-mee-tree-OH-sus”) is a problem many women have during their childbearing years. It means that a type of tissue that lines your uterus is also growing outside your uterus. This does not always cause symptoms. And it usually is not dangerous. But it can cause pain and other problems....
When advanced fertility treatment fails
Advanced fertility treatment is commonly referred to as test-tube babies. The scientific terminology is In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF). In simplified terms it means fertilization takes place outside the body, in highly regulated and specialized labs. Once the eggs are fertilized, they become embryos, and are then allowed to grow in the lab for a few days before being placed into the woman’s womb (uterus)....
Surviving domestic violence during pregnancy
Pregnancy can cause stress in any relationship, and it’s a common trigger of domestic violence. Domestic violence is a pattern of assault and coercive behavior, including physical, sexual and psychological attacks, as well as economic coercion that adults use against their partners....
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