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Shreya Sharma

Shreya Sharma
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Shreya Sharma is a student of Psychology. She is a social media enthusiast with special interest in public health. You can reach her at: shreya6sh@gmail.com
In an article experts argue that classifying alcohol as a drug would ensure coherent policy and better outcomes against addiction Should alcohol be classified as a drug? Experts argue on the affirmative in a provocative article in The BMJ. The words...
Nearly 800 food supplements found to use unauthorised products for sexual stimulation, muscle building or weight loss Days after the US drug regulatory agency issued notice to e-cigarette manufacturers for unauthorised use of viagra, evidence has emerged of dietary supplements...
Microbiologists have said that a microbial 'Noah's Ark' is needed in order to protect global health Scientists from Rutgers University in new Brunswick, Canada have suggested preserving beneficial bugs found in the guts of people living in some of the...
There is panic after several positive cases of Zika were reported from Rajasthan. Medibulletin takes you through the disease Weeks after a woman tested positive for Zika in Rajasthan capital Jaipur, the panic about the little known mosquito borne infection...
Scientists using artificial intelligence - with data from hundreds of children who struggle at school, identified clusters of learning difficulties which did not match the previous diagnosis the children had been given. The researchers from the Medical Research Council (MRC)...
Kindness, brain research

Being nice really makes you feel good

Being good towards others is beneficial for you, says a study The ‘warm glow’ of kindness is real – even when there’s nothing in it for you We feel the benefit of kind acts regardless of whether they are...
Students say they misuse drugs to get better grades and improve their concentrationAbout 16 percent of U.S. college students say they misuse prescription drugs. They say that these drugs help them in getting better grades, a survey of U.S....
Weight loss 'can be boosted 5-times - simply by imagining it Obese people who used a new motivational technique called Functional Imagery Training (FIT) lost an average of five times more weight than those using talking therapy alone. This was...
The baby was born at East Singbhum Hospital When Poonam Mahto of Jharkhand's Basurda Village went into labor and delivered a baby girl at 3.23 pm on Sunday she did not know that the girl was destined for greatness. Right at...
People who participate in light to moderate physical activity may have less severe strokes People who participate in light to moderate physical activity, such as walking at least four hours a week or swimming two to three hours a week,...

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