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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
Harvard professor's claim about coconut oil being "pure poison" has angered many IndiansLast month, claims by Dr Karin Michels, a Harvard professor that coconut oil is “pure poison” and “one of the worst things you can eat” triggered a...
Study finds that even top athletes who have faced abuse at some point are at higher risk of sports injuriesIn the last year or so at least two sackings - one of a coach and one of support staff...
As several hundred cases - both confirmed and suspected -  of leptospirosis are reported from Kerala following the floods, the bacterial infection has caused panic in the already ravaged state Six people have died in Kerala in the aftermath of...
The insurance/assurance scheme for 50 crore people, the largest Govt programme in the world, could be a game changer In less than a month the most ambitious health scheme India - and perhaps the world - has ever seen, will...
New research confirms: Men lose weight faster than women. A new study confirms what women always suspected; men lose weigh faster. According to a study in the journal Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, men also garner more health benefits than women when...
All tobacco products manufactured or imported or packaged on or after 1 st September, 2018 shall display new images From September 1, India will move to new, more gory images of cancerous growths on cigarette packets. On Monday the ministry of health...
No cases under the PC&PNDT Act have been filed in several northeastern states, despite falling sex ratio in many of them India's sex ratio at birth for children born in the last five years is 919 girls per 1000 boys...
The state ruled by Trinamool Congress had not initially been keen on NHPM After much tough talk, West Bengal on Friday became the 26th state to sign a memorandum of understanding with the National Health Agency for the implementation of...
First of its kind two day conference kicks off on Tuesday In a first of its kind conference to discuss traditional systems of medicine, experts from AYUSH institutions across the country will deliberate with those from IITs, University Grants Commission,...
Higher than recommended amounts of the Vitamin D might offer protection against colorectal cancer. The sun you get when you go for morning walks or while commuting could protect you against colon cancer, new research shows. Long known for its...

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