5 yoga poses every woman should practice

From a teenager to becoming a mother, menopause and old age women go through different phases of life with many bodily changes. The physical postures combined with the breathing techniques in yoga can offer women with many potential health benefits. In order to stay fit and flexible all the time, Danielle Collins, a face yoga expert who is also a believer and practitioner of yoga, Pilates and well being, lists out top 5 yoga poses that every woman should incorporate into her daily exercise regimen.

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From a teenager to becoming a mother, menopause and old age women go through different phases of life with many bodily changes. The physical postures combined with the breathing techniques inyoga can offer women with many potentialhealth benefits. In order to stay fit and flexible all the time, Danielle Collins, a face yoga expert who is also a believer and practitioner of yoga, Pilates and well being, lists out top 5 yoga poses that every woman should incorporate into her daily exercise regimen.

I would recommend a balance pose, a twist pose, a forward bend/inversion pose, a back bend and a side bend for women.

Back bend: Camel pose


The camel pose is excellent for strengthening the spine, opening the chest and toning the thighs. If you spend a lot of time sat down, it is a great pose to move the spine in the opposite direction, therefore giving you better posture in everyday life. Only attempt the pose if you know your back is strong enough. Here are some more yoga asanas for upper body strength.

42-year-old cancer survivor delivers baby through IVF in Tamil Nadu

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In a significant breakthrough, a team of doctors comprising senior oncologists in Tamil Nadu have helped a 42-year-old cancer survivor deliver a baby through the In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) method.

Some treatments for cancer, including surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy, have the potential to decrease fertility in a variety of ways. Permanent  infertility is sometimes a long-term side effect of cancer treatment. The patient, Latha, a cancer survivor, was apprehensive about wanting to be a mother. With her medical history, she and her husband Sivakumar (the couple were married since 20 years) were contemplating such an important step.

Latha was diagnosed with carcinoma of breast and had undergone bilateral mastectomy along with chemo-radiation five years ago. Latha, after approaching the doctors, was subjected to a whole body PET scan for any evidence of metastasis and was found to be normal, and along with her Sivakumar also underwent testing.
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