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‘Women in grip of a hair loss pandemic’ - expert tips to take control of hair loss

‘Women in grip of a hair loss pandemic’ – expert tips to take control of hair loss

A recent study carried out by salon Philip Kingsley revealed a staggering 75 percent of British women surveyed to be worried about hair loss; with over 40 percent currently experiencing hair loss or hair thinning, and three quarters admitting they are worried about suffering from these issues in the future. With such a common problem, …

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In bizarre radio interview, Deshaun Watson's lawyer voiced a callousness familiar to many women

In bizarre radio interview, Deshaun Watson’s lawyer voiced a callousness familiar to many women

Deshaun Watson‘s attorneys appeared on a Houston sports radio station on Friday to discuss the 23 civil lawsuits against the Cleveland Browns quarterback, all of them from women alleging varying levels of sexual impropriety they were subjected to during massage appointments with Watson. Toward the end of the interview, attorney Rusty Hardin made a blithe …

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The small study suggested women looking to reduce fat would benefit most by exercising in the morning (file photo)

Women should exercise in the morning and men at night, study suggests

Why women should exercise in the morning – and men at night: Females can burn fat better in early hours while males benefit from working out in evenings, study suggests A small study has found men could get more benefits exercising in the evening Both morning and evening exercise provided ‘significant’ benefits to women It …

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A study of 4.5million children in Nordic countries found that 1.5 per cent of youngsters born to mothers not taking medication were autistic, while 0.8 per cent had learning disabilities. But the rates soared among mothers taking topiramate (pictured), with 4.3 per cent of youngsters having autism and 3.1 per cent being diagnosed with learning difficulties by the age of eight

Pregnant women taking epilepsy drugs up to 2.5-times more likely to have child with autism

Women who take epilepsy drugs during pregnancy may be significantly more likely to have a child with autism or learning difficulties, research suggests.  A study of of 4.5million children found rates of the conditions were twice as high in youngsters whose mothers were on topiramate or valproate. The overall incidence of autism and learning disabilities in children …

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