New empirical evidence shows that women who eat last in Indian homes suffer worse mental health issues and this also affects their autonomy >> Is Intravenous iron sucrose effective in treating severe anaemia in pregnant women when compared to oral iron pills? New research finds IV iron sucrose reduces chronic anaemia and is cost effective>>Women’s healthcare movement in India began way back in 1885. But it took 65 years for like-minded professionals to come together to establish The Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India. (FOGSI) , for the sole cause of women’s health and education. How far has it succeeded in this mission? Dr. Usha Saraiya, in the latest issue of JOGI, THE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF The Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India, takes us through the pioneering efforts of women and men who bore the mantle of women’s health in India
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