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Last updated on June 7th, 2020 at 12:33 pmThe word constipation is derived from the Latin word ‘constipare’, meaning to crowd together. The term constipation includes a wide range of symptoms and signs. Studies have shown poor consumption of fluids as the second independent risk factor. These results support the observation that constipation is a […]
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By Dr. N. Ramakrishnan Postmenopausal years & insomnia: In the years following menopause, sleep grows lighter and more fragmented. It becomes more difficult to maintain long hours of uninterrupted sleep and to maintain long hours of wakefulness during the day. An increase in daytime fatigue can be one result. Other physical factors can also disturb […]
Last updated on June 23rd, 2019 at 04:47 amAt a time when you thought posting on social media could pose security and privacy issues, here is a breather. A recent study published at PLOS ONE has shown that the language you use in your Facebook posts can help determine your overall health and well being. […]
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