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Gurgaon (the cyber city) . Know more….

The second biggest and most luxurious city of Haryana state, Gurgaon is known as the cyber city. Gurgaon is the hub of Multi National Companies and Real Estate Houses. This city is a part of NCR (National Capital Region) on NH-8. The area of Gurgaon is 732 Km2 and the population is 1514432.


Economy of Gurgaon

It has become the city with third highest per capita income after Mumbai and Chandigarh. It also has the offices of more than 250 Fortune 500 Companies. Gurgaon also ranks one of the biggest outsourcing centers in the world like Management Consultancy, Information Technology, Real Estate, Automobile, Brokerage and insurance, Business advisory, Engineering and procurement, Apparel Manufacturing and designing, shopping malls and other major industries.

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Birth control ‘does not result in more promiscuous women

ritics of free birth control programs have previously suggested that giving women free contraception will encourage them to engage in more risky sexual behavior. But a new study published in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology finds that this is not the case.

The researchers, from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO, say their findings show that providing women with free birth control does not increase the likelihood that they will have sex with multiple partners.

They used data from the Contraceptive CHOICE Project, which followed 9,256 women in St. Louis whose risks were high for accidental pregnancy.

The women were between the ages of 14 and 45 years old, and 32% had a high school education or less, the researchers note.

The women were provided with free contraception of their choice, which included intrauterine devices, implants, birth control pills, patches and rings. A previous study involving these women showed that providing them with free birth control significantly reduced unintended pregnancies and abortions, the team says.

For this recent study, they wanted to know whether providing the women with free birth control would increase the number of sexual partners they have and recurrence of intercourse during the year after they received the free contraception.

The researchers add that both are indicators of sexual risk behaviors associated with pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

First study author Gina Secura, project director of the CHOICE project, says:

“Having multiple partners is a known risk behavior. If sexual behavior were going to change after women received free contraception, you would expect to see that change soon after they got the birth control.”

‘Contraception does not drive sexual behavior’

For the study, the women were surveyed about their sexual behaviors 6 months and 12 months after receiving the free contraception.

A month supply of the birth control pill
The recent study found that providing women with free contraception does not encourage risky sexual behavior.

The survey included questions about how often they have had sex in the previous 30 days and how many partners were involved. In total, 85% of the women completed both surveys, of which 49% had never had a child and 62% had a previous unintended pregnancy.

Overall, the percentage of women who stated they had multiple partners declined during the study.

While 5.2% reported having sex with more than one male sexual partner at the beginning of the study, only 3.5% reported this at 6 months, and 3.3% reported this at 12 months after receiving free contraception.

Around 70% of the women surveyed reported no change in their number of sexual partners at 12 months, while nearly 14% reported a decrease and 16% reported an increase.

And of the women who did report an increase in their number of partners, over 80% had an increase from no partner to just one.

Senior author Dr. Jeffrey Peipert says:

“The notion that women will have sex with more partners if you give them free birth control didn’t pan out in this study. Providing no-cost contraception did not result in riskier sexual behavior.”

Though the study shows an increase in frequency of intercourse – from four episodes at the start of the study to six episodes at the 12-month mark – the researchers note that this increased frequency did not increase incidence of STIs.

“Increasing access to no-cost contraceptives doesn’t translate into riskier sexual behavior. It’s not the contraception that drives their sexual behavior,” Dr. Peipert concludes.

Though the study size was large, one limitation is that it involved self-reported data, which leaves room for the women to falsely report their data.

In early 2013, Medical News Today reported on a study that suggested 233 million women will not have access to contraception by 2015.

Read more :-http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/273793.php

Protein synthesis studied in stem cells for the first time

A new breakthrough in stem cell research has occurred, thanks to scientists at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.

The researchers claim that protein synthesis – an essential biological process – can be studied in adult stem cells. This is something that scientists have been previously unable to accomplish.

It is believed that many degenerative diseases and some cancers are linked with mutations that affect the process of protein synthesis. But experts have been unable to pinpoint why this happens.

Therefore, the team’s discovery is important in improving understanding of protein synthesis and why changes in the process are linked with the development of disease.

The research built on previous work that used a modified antibiotic, called puromycin, to make it possible to see and measure the amount of protein that is being synthesized in the body.

Stem cells require a regulated rate of protein synthesis

a laboratory mouse
When the ribosomal mutant mice and the Pten mutant mice were bred together, stem cell function returned to normal and the development of leukemia was greatly delayed.

Using this reagent, the team at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute (CRI) found that different types of blood cells produce different amounts of protein per hour. Also, stem cells synthesize much lower amounts of protein than other blood-forming cells.

The paper’s senior author, CRI director Dr. Sean Morrison, says this discovery “suggests that blood-forming stem cells require a lower rate of protein synthesis as compared to other blood-forming cells.”

The researchers tested their findings using mice. They found that when a genetic mutation in a component of the machinery that makes proteins – called the ribosome – was present, protein production in stem cells was reduced by 30%.

In another group of mice, the scientists tried to increase the rate of protein synthesis by deleting the tumor suppressor gene Pten in blood-forming stem cells. This had the effect of impairing stem cell function.

These observations confirm that blood-forming stem cells require a highly regulated rate of protein synthesis. Therefore, any increase or decrease in the rate of synthesis caused the stem cells to work less effectively.

More info click here:- http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/273796.php

Warning signs of vaginal infection (Vaginitis)

Do you have itching and redness around your vagina, abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant smell, irritation, a burning sensation during urination? It could be Vaginitis, a very common disease, which affects millions of women each year. Vaginitis is medically described as an irritation and/or inflammation of the vagina.

Some women have no symptoms at all. And some may have symptoms, which include:

– Abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odour.

– Burning & pain during urination.

– Itching around the outside of the vagina.

– Discomfort during intercourse.

– Irritation

– Bleeding

Vaginitis has various causes. It may result from bacterial infections, fungal infection, protozoan infection, contact dermatitis or even an allergic reaction.

Things to keep in order to minimise the risk of developing vaginiti:

– Practice good hygiene by keeping the vaginal area clean.

– Avoid irritating agents such as harsh soaps and feminine hygiene sprays.

– You should wipe from front to back to prevent bacteria around the anus from entering the vagina or urethra.

Read more Personal Health, Diet & Fitness stories on www.healthmeup.com

Warning signs of vaginal infection (Vaginitis)

Do you have itching and redness around your vagina, abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant smell, irritation, a burning sensation during urination?

It could be Vaginitis, a very common disease, which affects millions of women each year. Vaginitis is medically described as an irritation and/or inflammation of the vagina.

Some women have no symptoms at all. And some may have symptoms, which include:

– Abnormal vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odour.

– Burning & pain during urination.

– Itching around the outside of the vagina.

– Discomfort during intercourse.

– Irritation

– Bleeding

Vaginitis has various causes. It may result from bacterial infections, fungal infection, protozoan infection, contact dermatitis or even an allergic reaction.

Things to keep in order to minimise the risk of developing vaginiti:

– Practice good hygiene by keeping the vaginal area clean.

– Avoid irritating agents such as harsh soaps and feminine hygiene sprays.

– You should wipe from front to back to prevent bacteria around the anus from entering the vagina or urethra.

Read more Personal Health, Diet & Fitness stories on www.healthmeup.com

from more Read http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/health/Warning-signs-of-vaginal-infection-Vaginitis/articleshow/25310345.cms

Hummus for good health

Hummus is nutritious and has several health benefits…

-The nutrients in this dip could help you with weight management and since it is protien-rich, it can fight hunger cravings and balance blood sugar levels. This could help curb excessive snacking.
-Chickpeas can lower cholesterol.
-Humus has chickpeas that may also help reduce cancer risk. Food items that contain folate may reduce the risk of colorectal cancers (like colon cancer). Researchers believe dietary fibre helps promote the growth of healthy bacteria in the colon, which protects against cancer.
-It’s a much better spread to use on bread. If you are trying to find healthier ways to continue to eat your (not so healthy) foods, humus can be your saviour. Instead of the typical cream cheese, try humus.

Make Hummus at home
Mix 1/4 cup of Tahini with equal amount of lemon juice in a processor for around two minutes till it becomes a thick creamy paste. Add two tbsp of olive oil, half of a large garlic clove, minced, 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin, around one tsp salt, depending on taste and process for half-a-minute. Now add around 500 grams of boiled, skin-less kabuli chana and process for two minutes till smooth. Add spoonfuls of water to adjust consistency. Serve with olive oil drizzled on top.