Dr Kiran Rukadikar,bariatric physician and obesity consultant,talks about how weight-related issues can lead to infertility.
Obesity differs in men and women Body fat affects men and women differently. Combinations of abdominal fat accumulation and gluteofemoral fat accumulation are also seen, particularly in women. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay) Mumbai: Obesity is more common in women than in men, globally. Time has come when we would rename the word Obesity as ‘Obes-Sweety’. [...]
Preventing and Controlling Diabetes, Hypertension and Heart disease in FemalesTuesday, March 12, 2019In Indian Women occurrence of Type 2- Diabetes Mellitus, Hypertension and Heart disease is displaying a progressively upward trend. Genetic predisposition, inherent ethnicity, obesity, rapid urbanization, high intake of fast foods, smoking and lack of exercise contribute to this rise.“Out of all these [...]
Prevention Magazine September 2014