Over the last few weeks, coronavirus cases in Pakistan have edged significantly toward the peak. Politics aside, everyone is tense, especially because of the mounting economic and health crisis in the nation.
However, a majority of the public continues to ignore safety pleas and fail to follow stringent preventive measures to fight the rise of this pandemic.
In these times, the release of the COVID-19 GOV PK app could prove to be a gamechanger for many reasons.
This app was created on 27th March 2020 by the National IT Board under the Government of Pakistan. …
According to new research conducted by Northwestern Medicine, adults who practice vigorous exercises for knee arthritis have a decreased risk of developing osteoarthritis in the long run.
Arthritis is one of the most common bone diseases around the world. Even though it usually affects people aged 60+ years, I know a few women who developed arthritis at the tender age of 18.
I was so scared! It’s frightening to see youngsters suffering weak bones!
Most people with arthritis are afraid of following strenuous fitness activities. …
Most pregnant women often fail to notice some signs of gestational diabetes. As a result, they may risk their own or the baby’s health.
High blood sugar disease poses numerous health risks for women, but during pregnancy, it even leads to birth defects in severe cases.
This blog post offers you in-depth info on 7 lesser-known symptoms of gestational diabetes and what you can do to avoid them.
Let’s get started.
Any term with the word “gestational” refers to pregnancy. Thus, gestational diabetes occurs during pregnancy.
Diabetes is a condition that affects insulin production in the body. Insulin is a…
Almost 25% of the world’s population suffer from low iron levels. Iron deficiency ranks 9th in the top 26 global health risks.
In the US alone, 41% of pregnant and 30% of non-pregnant women have anemia, according to the last available statistics by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Needless to say, iron is a necessary mineral for your body for many reasons, such as:
Here’s the latest in breast cancer news. A recent study at Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center discovered that dairy milk causes breast cancer.
Pretty shocking, right?
Most of us have grown up thinking milk is good for women. It’s the best source of calcium, necessary for healthy bones, pregnancy, and good sleep.
Needless to say, this study started several speculations and created unease among women.
The most burning question right now is how much cow milk should you be drinking daily.
A biomedical engineer turned health and wellness writer. Creator of Women Health Hub, a blog dedicated to women’s health and wellness.