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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
Though millions of people use traditional systems of medicine the world over, earlier versions of the International Classification of Diseases had not dealt with traditional medicine For the first time ever, the World Health organisation has included in its disease...
Researchers found orange juice that has been frozen and then thawed to room temperature allows better nutrient absorption within the body That orange lolly you crave for every evening, may actually be a healthy option. Deep freezing orange juice actually makes...
After containing infant mortality India makes good progress in tackling maternal mortalityIndia has registered significant improvement in Maternal Mortality Ratio. A special bulletin from the Sample Registration System released on Wednesday shows that Maternal Mortality Ratio of India has declined...
A virus carried by fruit bats claims 10 lives in KeralaTen people have died from a rare virus, named Nipah, in Kerala. Nine others infected with it are critical. Twenty-five others have been hospitalised with symptoms of the infection out...
Scientists stumble upon a new treatment for baldnessAlthough it's normal to lose about 100 strands of hairs from your scalp every day, excessive hair loss may lead to baldness. But a drug originally developed to treat osteoporosis may soon...
New research explains link between yoga, meditation with focus on breath and brain healthResearchers from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland have found the direct neurophysiological link between yogic breathing practices and cognition. The new study titled "Coupling of respiration and attention via the locus...
A butterfly adept at camouflage can be the inspiration for new implants to save eyesight To stay hidden from predators, the long-tail glasswing butterfly relies on a pretty unusual type of camouflage. Patterns of tiny bumps on this South American butterfly’s...
A new, low-cost chemical sensing chip could test for cocaine, opioids and marijuana as quickly as a breathalyzer identifies alcohol. This kind of technology has long been on the wish list of police officers, custom officials and others looking to...
These superfoods will keep you healthy and rejuvenated in the Indian summer The Sun is blazing and the weather is hot throughout India. Along with the high temperature comes extreme thirst and dehydration. Many of us feel low on energy levels...
A first of its study analysed temporary hearing loss in music festival attendees and found  high levels of noise along with drugs and alcohol to blameIf you are a music festival regular, here's some advice. Use ear plugs. It comes...

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