A young girl in India died alone in a hut during a deadly cyclone after she was forced to sleep there separately because she was on her period.
The 14-year-old victim, identified as S. Vijayalakshmi, was trapped in the isolated hut called the gaokor when cyclone Gaja made landfall in the southern state of Tamil Nadu on November 16.
After being criticized online for “getting special treatment” during an episode of the popular show in China, “Keep Running,” Chinese actress Angelababy finally speaks out.
A “period emergency” that had her scrambling for a pad or tampon in the middle of math class inspired eighth-grader Cordelia Longo to convince her school to provide such necessities for free to all female students.
According to NBC, the teenager got herself in a frustrating situation one day in April after she ran out of dimes trying to find a restroom with a working sanitary napkin and tampon dispenser in her school in Mercer Island, Washington.
A new bluetooth-enabled tampon will alert you to when the red sea is going to flood. Women who have heavy periods will understand what a blessing this is to help prevent embarrassing leakage mishaps in public.
The tampons, developed by a startup called My.Flow, are connected via a smartphone device and will notify individuals before they bleed through their tampon. The product has a six to 12-inch string that is reinforced with medical-grade conductive steel.