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Weight stigma in men linked with harmful health consequences, finds study

Men’s health may be compromised by weight stigma, finds the latest research from the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at the University of Connecticut. As many as 40% of men report experiencing weight stigma, but when it comes to how this stigma affects their health, men have received less attention in research compared […]

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Why couples are not having sex?

Why couples are not having sex? 

A lot of people are visiting psychiatrists for a solution to solve their sexless marriages. Surprisingly, this isn’t a very ‘Indian’ problem, but a worldwide phenomenon, according to a study. Payal and Dev Kapoor (names changed) were there for a problem which is less discussed among couples. Both in their early thirties got married about […]

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Post bariatric surgeries on rise in Mumbai, say doctors

Post bariatric surgeries on rise in Mumbai, say doctors 

Bariatric surgeries have become popular in the recent past. Credit it to growing awareness among people or exceeding self-consciousness, there are a lot of people opting for bariatric surgery. Recently, doctors across the city say there is a rising trend among people who come for bariatric surgery to get post-surgery body contouring procedures done for […]

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Body shape plays vital role in sex, say expert 

According to experts, body image plays a vital role in sex life. Sex is the combination of both physical and mental engagement. Many people do not feel comfortable with their bodies and get conscious while having sex. To get over this complex, some undergo cosmetic surgeries. At Sexycon 2017, organised by Indian Medical Association in […]

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Ultra-thin female mannequins ‘unrealistic’, promote medically unhealthy body

Ultra-thin female mannequins ‘unrealistic’, promote medically unhealthy body

Researchers looked at and examined the displays in female fashion shops in two UK cities. Their conclusion was that people would be “considered medically unhealthy” if they were the same size as the mannequins in real life “There is clear evidence showing that the ultra-thin ideal is contributing to the development of mental health problems […]

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