Widely perceived as a Hindu spiritual practice, yoga was not officially permitted for decades in Saudi Arabia, the cradle of Islam where all non-Muslim worship is banned. But last November the kingdom finally recognised yoga as a sport, despite the risk of hardline opposition.
Date08.12.2018 | 13:29
The popular saying “some sun will do you good” was coined for a good health reason. Although it generally gets less attention than its close cousin vitamin C, vitamin D also plays an important role in our health.
Date07.11.2018 | 13:50
Tagscancer, chronic disease, inflammation, Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease, perimenopausal, pregnant women, preventive cardiology, vitamin C, vitamin D, women's rights
The steady environmental deterioration in the Indian Himalayas spurred more than 4,000 volunteers to take measures to tackle plastic waste.
Date15.08.2018 | 14:18
TagsHimalaya, India, Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh, Leh, Tibet, women, Women's Alliance of Ladakh, women's rights
As the escalating conflict puts medical care out of reach in a country with one of the world’s highest maternal mortality rates.
Date06.08.2018 | 15:53
TagsHodeidah, maternal deaths, maternal mortality, Pregnancy, UNFPA, women's health, women's rights, Yemen
Princess Dina Mired is as articulate as she is determined; determined to nip cancer in the bud, that is.
Date28.07.2018 | 14:01
Tagscancer, Elle Wong, King Hussein Cancer Foundation, National Cancer Society of Malaysia, NCSM, Princess Dina Mired, Tobacco Free Portfolios, UICC
First, you notice more hair on your hairbrush and on your bathroom floor. Then, more of your scalp seems to be showing along your part line.
Date03.05.2018 | 9:04
A small group of Palestinian women in Gaza are stretching their limbs with yoga to help them teach others to cope with the stresses and traumas of living in the embattled territory.
Date29.03.2018 | 14:47