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Published by SCMP

June 9, 2019

Medical Tactile Examiners, or MTEs, are visually impaired women who work in India, Mexico, Colombia, and Austria, using their sense of touch to find breast nodules. These women spend much longer on breast examinations and are capable of finding smaller lumps. Their detection rate in India has been 100 percent so far. They start with the lymph nodes in the neck, moving down to the collar bone, underarms, and every single centimetre of the breasts all the while being guided by adhesive strips

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Published by The Weeks

June 5, 2019

The human body naturally produces Vitamin D in the body when the skin gets exposed to sunlight. However, given our lifestyles, even countries like India that gets an abundance of sunlight has been observing cases of Vitamin D deficiency in both adults and children. Its deficiency can cause dementia, viral and tuberculosis infections, depression, breast and colon cancers, Alzheimer’s, PCOD (polycystic ovarian disease), and even infertility. Apart from sunlight, cereals, dairy products, soy

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May 27, 2019

In conversation with HerZindagi, Dr. Aruna Kalra, Gynaecologist and obstetrics surgeon at the CK Birla Hospital, Gurugram talks about the taboo related to mensuration. She talks about having iron and vitamins rich diet. She also breaks the misconception of not having warm or cold fluids during periods. Watch the video here to know

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