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Autoimmune thyroid disorder affects more women than men, says SRL Analysis

A new report basis a survey conducted by SRL Diagnostics revealed that women are more susceptible to thyroid related disorders as compared to men. In the overall population, around 20 percent of females showed a higher percentage of thyroid antibodies as compared to males...................

SRL Analysis: Women more at risk of rheumatoid arthritis than men

All adults irrespective of age are equally at risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. Anti-cyclic citrullinated protein (aCCP) is a better test for rheumatoid arthritis than Rheumatoid factor (RF)…………...

Free hospital care not enough to ensure equal access by women,...

A new study has found that despite comparable proportions of women and men in the population, women had a lower share of hospitalizations (42%), bed-days (45%) and hospital costs (39%) for sex-neutral conditions than men...……...

Liver function abnormalities more in north India men, finds SRL Diagnostics...

Analysis by SRL based on more than 4.24 lakh samples gathered over three years showed that main liver tests indicated higher abnormalities in men as compared to women..............

Kidney dysfunction most common in Eastern India, reveals SRL Analysis

The analysis by SRL Diagnostics, based on more than 4 lakh samples received for kidney function testing, observed kidney dysfunction higher in women (average 11.36% prevalence) than in men (9.48%)...................

Study reveals Lucknow most protein deficient at 90%, Delhi at 60%

73% of Indian diets are protein deficient; Indian vegetarian diets worst affected with 84% being protein deficient; while 65% of Indian non-vegetarian diets too suffer from protein deficiency.........

World Kidney Day: High prevalence of obesity among CKD patients, reveals...

While close to 50% prevalence of obesity seen in the 1500 kidney disease patients recruited for the study, the overall prevalence of obesity is seen at a whopping 57% among women.....

Disadvantaged women are 25% more prone to heart attack

As compared to the disadvantaged men, the women who suffer lack of socio-economic security are prone to higher heart attack risk.....