Articles By Shreyashi Chakraborty
Who Is Vulnerable To Long COVID? Age, Gender, BMI Deciding Factors
A third of those infected with COVID-19 in 2021 reported having long COVID symptoms.
‘Widowhood Effect’: Losing A Spouse Can Be Deadly For Men, Says Study
Men in their 60s died in greater numbers due to spousal bereavement, the study said.
Intolerant To Everyday Sounds? You Might Have Misophonia
The study said lot of people affected by the condition did not know the term that described it.
New Invasive Mosquito Species Found In Florida Raises Disease Concerns
Florida has become warmer than ever as a result of climate change, which made it more habitable for disease-spreading mosquitoes from the tropics.
4 Early Warning Signs Of Heart Attack That Are Unknown To Many
Some early signs of heart attacks are commonly mistaken for anxiety or muscle strain.
Hormonal Birth Control Methods Raise Risk Of Breast Cancer: Study
Standard birth control medications contain a combination of estrogen and progesterone and then there are progestin-only alternatives. Experts say both kinds bring equal prospects of increasing the chances of breast cancer.
From Cupping To Gua Sha: 25 Reasons To Try Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine encompasses methods that target issues like chronic pain, infertility, stress, and others.
Scientists Develop Wearable Health Sensor To Track Muscle Loss
So far, doctors have relied on MRIs to measure the lapses, but it’s time-consuming as well as expensive.
Does Matcha Tea Fight Depression? Here’s What Researchers Think
Scientists said the outcomes of the research were positive in study comprising mice, but whether humans will benefit equally from matcha powder was yet to be comprehended.
Can Vitamin B Supplements Be Used In Alzheimer's Treatment? Here's What Researchers Found
A decline in cognition happens due to lesser oxygen reaching the brain’s neurons, which negatively impacts their metabolism.
Brain Fatigue, Poor Decision Making Capacity Linked To Overthinking, Researchers Say
Scientists found out that glutamate - the most abundant neurotransmitter present in the brain - is at play behind the overwhelming tiredness that professionals largely complain about.