Search Results for Tag: women’s health
South Africa is a country riddled with crime and corruption, negative press reports and many of the issues that tend to plague developing countries. But there is also another side to the coin, one that sheds light on the hope and courage of its people who get up each morning and attempt to make a difference on the lives of people who surround them. Former bodybuilder and fitness instructor Claude Maphosa pulls no punches when it comes to uplifting his community.
Date20.11.2017 | 15:23
Tags#gym, #sport, boxing, Claude Maphosa, Cosmo City, elderly women, South Africa, women's health, women's rights
In a country where many still view menstrual blood as a prop for black magic, a team of scientists in India have dared to convince rural women to hand over used sanitary pads to help detect cervical cancer.
Date24.10.2017 | 13:40
Tagscancer, cervical cancer, genital health, HPV, human papilloma virus, India, menstruation, myths, sanitary pad, superstitions, taboo, women's health, women's rights
A recent protest called Power to the Peepee saw women from five cities in the Netherlands posting pictures of themselves on Instagram trying to answer nature’s call at men’s urinals. They were reacting to the case of a woman who was fined EUR 90 for public urination in a place in Amsterdam where there was no toilet available for women.
Date30.09.2017 | 12:48
TagsAmsterdam, Power to the Peepee, public facilities, public toilets, women's health, women's rights, womentalkonline
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Date19.01.2017 | 15:08
Tagsaging, cancer, children, empower girls, empower women, gadget, handycraft, Honor killing, Michelle Obama, Nutella, single, women, women's health, women's rights, yoga
Nearly 30 percent of Ghana’s population is overweight. Many of the country’s inhabitants suffer from the same nutrition problems as people in industrialized countries. Bernice Asiedu wants to change Ghanaians’ unhealthy Lifestyles.
Date15.11.2016 | 15:50
Women of today’s world face different challenges in life, whether it is public or private sphere. The nature and extent of suffering for women largely vary, depending on the geographical location they happen to live in. But there is one common problem which most of the women face: Obsession for thinness. This obsession is severely damaging women’s physical and psychological health and affecting their entire lives.
Date20.07.2016 | 16:25
Date04.02.2016 | 12:35
Tags#makeupfree, aging, beauty, fat, multitasking, omega 3, omega 3 fatty acids, saturated fat, saturated fatty acids, smoking, weight loss, women's health, women's rights