Archive for the ‘Gynaecology & Obs’ Category

Influenza Vaccination during Pregnancy May Protect Newborns

Posted by: admin on: December 22, 2011

Maximum hospital admission of infants<6 months is due to influenza. According to the results of a population-based surveillance study Influenza vaccination during pregnancy not only protects the mother, but also protects the baby in the early months of life. Team@CMHF

Foods rich in omega 3 and 6 help relieve dysmenorrhea

Posted by: admin on: December 20, 2011

All over the world, most women experience dysmenorrhea during periods. Many home remedies have been tried from hot and cold compress to chocolates. But recent study suggests that foods rich in omega 3 and omega 6 can help to reduce the pain. Team@CMHF

“What contraceptive method is safe?” This question is asked by almost all women to their doctors. Especially postpartum contraception is matter of more concern to the women, when they are breast feeding. A review provides all available contraceptive methods in its current recommendations. Team@CMHF.

No Diabetes Risk Seen With Menopause

Posted by: admin on: November 29, 2011

Diabetes prevention strategies and methods are not influenced by natural menopause, although surgical menopause does show changes in the response of lifestyle changes in them. Read on to know more.    Team@CMHF

Treatment Recommendations for Sexually Abused Adult Patient

Posted by: admin on: November 16, 2011

Sexual assault is all too common, with a lifetime prevalence of upto 39% among women and 3% among men. Here is a clinical recommendation for an approach to sexually assaulted patients. Team@CMHF

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