Stories in New Woman Magazine

PCOS/PCOD – an essential guide

A study conducted by Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, AIIMS shows that about 20-25% of Indian women of childbearing age are suffering from PCOS. While 60% of women with PCOS are obese, 35-50% have fatty liver, 70% have insulin resistance and 60-70% have high level of androgen and 40- 60% have glucose intolerance. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or Polycystic ovary disorder (PCOD) is generally a lifestyle disorder due to improper living style habits and has no cure. However you can

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The Many Moods of Makeup

Makeup is something that must just be done right. If you over or under do it, the impact can be quite stressful for you. Again, makeup varies based on the occasion.  So if you are wondering how you can stay trendy in different situations read on as experts share their tips and tricks. For a Brunch A brunch is easily one time of the day that is always looked forward to and there is something so wonderful about being able

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Get Your Body Summer Ready

If you are feeling the heat of the weather thanks to the early arrival of the summers, well this is only the beginning of what is said to be a sweltering time ahead. While you may have summer clothes, summer decor and more, have you given a thought to how you can prep your body for the summer? Well if you have not, here are some summer workouts that will help you beat the heat! Holistic Gym Routines The best

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How to be friends and business partners at the same time?

“All lasting business is built on friendship.” ~ Alfred A. Montapert Clearly these words seem to resonate well in today’s new age businesses. When I started doing this story, I got a plethora of responses that all pointed out to one direction – how good friends had become successful business partners. Mutual Connections Who knew the journey to eat good food would lead to a long-lasting friendship? Jinal and Vandhana started their friendship over a scoop of their favourite ice

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How To Handle Your Shy Child?

“Deep rivers run quiet.” ~ Haruki Murakami As a behavioural trait that is much debated and often misunderstood, shyness is something that most people often misinterpret. Shy children very often get labelled as timid or even under confident. As parents, you can help your child overcome his or her shyness. Here is a handy guide. Recognize Shyness Shyness in children is rooted in temperament styles and often poses a challenge to parents on how my shy child will bond with

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Spring Clean Your Workout

Spring Clean Your Workout Your workout should leave you feeling great mood and energy wise and in a sense challenge to coming back for more the next time. Exercise programs need to be dynamic and evolving as our needs, goals and fitness levels change. But is it? Stop and take a check now. And if you are not experiencing any gains it is time to change. The gains could and should range from that high-energy buzz, to increased stamina and

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Foods That Heal

An ancient Ayurvedic proverb goes, “when diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need.” As simple as that sounds, we often tend to ignore the fact that eating the right food can actually help curtail many health issues. In fact food can help in major ailments such as typhoid, jaundice, dengue, malaria, chicken pox and the like. Yes, you read that right. So what are the recovery foods that can help?

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How Much Should You Praise Your Child?

Praising Your Child – Raise or Reduce? The terms ‘good boy’ and ‘good girl’ have been used since the mid-1800s by parents, mentors, teachers towards children. The idea of using praise to motivate children really took off after the publication of ‘The Psychology of Self-Esteem’ in 1969, which suggested that many of the problems among people in society resulted from lack of self-esteem. Ever since, ‘praise’ has become a way of boosting children’s self esteem. Confidence Matters New research, in

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Beauty Secrets of Tanishaa Mukerji

She is the daughter of filmmaker Shomu Mukherjee and actress Tanuja Samarth and the younger sister of actress Kajol. Meet the vivacious and effervescent Tanishaa Mukerji. After debuting in the 2013 Hindi film Sssshhh, she went on to act in movies like Sarkar, Neal N Nikki and Sarkar Raj among others. She has also acted in regional films in Telugu and Tamil and has also been part of several television shows. Her notable appearance on the small screen was in

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Interview with Shruti Shibulal

As a child growing up in the US and India, Shruti Shibulal unknowingly inherited the travel gene. In fact even today it is part of her DNA and this worked wonderfully well for her as she is the promoter of The Tamara, a luxury resort in Coorg apart from other hospitality ventures. Looking Back After completing her high school in Bangalore, she armed herself with an MBA from the Columbia Business School after doing her undergraduate degree from Haverford College.

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